Official Trailer for Chris McCoy's Ensemble Sex Comedy 'Good Kids'
"It should be us together!" Vertical Entertainment has released a trailer for the ensemble comedy Good Kids, about four high school kids looking to redefine themselves after graduation. This cheesy sex comedy is about a bunch of kids trying to figure out what to do with themselves after they get out of school, mostly who to hook up with. Starring Zoey Deutch, Nicholas Braun, Israel Broussard, Mateo Arias, Julia Garner, Ashley Judd and Demián Bichir. I'm sure we all know this, but Zoey Deutch looks a lot like Isla Fisher, though doesn't seem nearly as funny. This doesn't look that good, but if you're curious give it a shot.
Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Chris McCoy's Good Kids, direct from YouTube:
Good Kids follows four overachieving high school students who, upon graduating, realize that they’ve missed out on key life experiences by always following the rules. They decide to reinvent themselves in order to live up their last summer together before college with disastrous consequences. Good Kids is both written and directed by American filmmaker Chris McCoy, making his feature film debut after the short film The Bicycle. The film has yet to premiere at any festivals, landing in theaters. Vertical Entertainment will release McCoy's Good Kids in theaters starting October 21st later this fall. Anyone excited to see this?
Seth Rogen comedy...I'll pass.
tarek on Sep 30, 2016
Lame. Films like this give teens unrealistic ideas.
DAVIDPD on Sep 30, 2016
The problems with movies like this, is that they go to these absurd and ridiculous points and then it's just stupid. Take a cue from Dazed and Confused. It was realistic and stayed within the realm of reason and now it's a classic! This is just another "dumb teen" throwaway comedy....
RAW_D on Sep 30, 2016
Yeah, it looks so sexy and appealing but it's, in fact. shallow and an incredible offense to the reason ...
shiboleth on Sep 30, 2016
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