I also got around to "Good Boys". I can't really find a good segue to go from Malick to, a movie about dumb pre-teen boys doing dumb pre-teen boy things. It's basically a movie where the gimmick is that, these are little boys who get into an absurd night of debauchery based around a "kissing party" (God, is that still a thing?) instead of say, I don't know Prom, or orgies, or whatever-the-hell these movies are usually based around. And also, there's a running joke about how they keep getting ahold of sex toys but don't know what they are. Honestly, I laughed more then I should've at this joke, so, (Sigh) yeah, it's worth watching one. I'll recommend it. It's right on that edge where Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg's humor can either be hilarious or grating, and if I had a choice, I'd say go rewatch "Superbad" instead, but this works. We want edgier sex comedies sometimes and this succeeds, so I'm not complaining.
They're the local group that perform cover songs at everybody's weddings and at the local pub. They're not great, and nobody wants to hear their original songs that they're writing for Eurovision, but they want to keep going, and eventually, through a bizarre series of circumstances, they end up at Eurovision where their friendship and music are put to the test, especially as both of them become attracted to other competitors, Sigrid to the Russian singer, Alexander (Dan Stevens) and Lars with the Greek contestant Mita (Melissanthi Mahut).