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Figured I would go in this movie with low expectations, I thought was going to leave this film feeling the same I felt about Role Models(2008). And has I sat through this movie I found myself very entertained by it, the film proved to be an enjoyable misadventure after another. It never goes to overboard with the raunchiness, I believe it was cause the boys age, and the foul mouth dialogue said by boys in the movie has a funny realism to it unlike Role Models which was intent on shock value.
The boys make you forget there child actors and they feel real friends, and at no point they never come across has annoying, you simply enjoy and root for them all the way. Never takes itself too seriously at any point. It is simply a funny raunchy tale about coming of age. But I must say if you are easily offended, you should avoid this.
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