Good Kids

Synopsis: Four high school students look to redefine themselves after graduation.
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Chris McCoy
Production: Depth of Field
Rotten Tomatoes:
86 min

Yo, we're gonna look for dead

bodies at the Seneda warehouse.

You wanna come?

What will you do if you

actually find a dead body?

Roll it over!

Yeah, we'll probably

roll it over.

Are you going into forensics?

Why would we go there?

I think we're just gonna

stay here.


Suit yourselves.

Hammer toss!

Oh, sh*t! Hold up.

Extra large slush puppies?


You know, I don't care what they

say, you guys know how to party.

Seriously. Seriously.

I hate this town.

Are you kidding me, man!

Whatever drugs everyone is on

seem to be working pretty well.

Is this the big reward?

I mean, did we really

not get invited...

To any graduation parties?

Come on, if you don't get

invited to a single party...

For four years straight, you

don't generally get invited...

Yeah, well, it's graduation, you

graduate together as a class...

So you'd think after...

Dude, we traded cool

for college.

Yeah, i...

All I'm saying is, I'm looking

at this thing...

And I don't feel as good

as the people out there.

We're just sitting here.

Bro, what were you expecting?

I don't know. Something cool.

I'll just take us home.

Hello, Andy.

Hey, Yaco.

Have you been looking forward

to another summer...

As much as I have?

Last year you were only

a janitor.

Groundskeeper, actually.

But this year you're a pro!

You realize this could only

happen with my blessing.

You are my beggar apostle

and I am your Christ.

Well, I appreciate you putting

in a good word with the board.

After lunch, you'll be teaching

the beginner ladies classes...

And Salvatore will be handling

the men.

Okay, cool.

Any tips for the new guy?

Do not let the women chat

with each other.

Once they start, they learn


You have to be a man.

Yeah, my dad says that, too.

Muay Thai, punch!

Guys, in the

post-apocalyptic future,

in which we survive by

eating cats and the elderly,

you will need to know how

to punch. Stop smiling.

In the future, smiling will

be seen as a sign

you wish to be eaten. Hai!

As a parting thought...

Remember, the prickliest

cactus can still give you water.

Class dismissed.

What did that cactus mean?

What do you think it means?

Something scary can be good?

That's right. Don't be afraid

of something for how it looks...

Because it might be special


Hey, you!


Oh... olive,

you know this lady?

She's my cousin!

Hey, hey, I'm just making sure.

Rival Dojos are trying to steal

my students all the time...

Because you're the best.

I'm Tinsley. Olive's

mom asked me to pick her up.

How's it going? I'm the lion.

I haven't seen you before.

Yeah, I come here every summer.

I haven't seen you before.

Oh yeah, I'm one of the locals.

Oh, wow, I don't

think I've ever met a local.

They hide us

during the summer...

So we don't upset the tourists.

The lion should come to your


Yes, I'm having

a party at my parent's house...

On the point this afternoon.

You should come!

I'm sorry, are you

inviting me to a party?

Yeah, I am.

But... but, I'm me.

You can bring whoever you want.

I'll see you later today.


- Take care.

- Thank you!

See you, guys.

Was that fun?



You are the man, lion!

Good looks! Good looks!

Wow, you weren't even

nervous, bro. I'm all right.

No, I was pretty nervous.

So, Andy, have

you heard anything...

From your imaginary

Indian pen pal?

Yes, she actually

wants to come to the cape...

In August before

she goes to UCLA.


But apparently, it's $2,000

to get her here from Mumbai...

In the summer, so I want

to figure out a way to help.

So, out of curiosity,

when she emails you...

Does it go to your spam folder

and you have to drag it out?

Yeah, sometimes, because

she's from a far away place.

Uh, okay, have you guys

skyped at all?

No, she's from a remote area

and her family's computer...

Doesn't have a working camera.

It's not a scheme, you guys,

okay? She's exists!

Bro, I still don't entirely

understand how you met her.

I told you a million times,

she's an econ nerd, too...

She posts comments on a website

that I read and I emailed her...

That I liked her ideas

and we hit it off.

It's your murderer...

These are the last months

of your life, bro.

Let's say that this girl

is real.

She's gonna have way more

experience than you.

Okay, Cleopatra,

how do you know that?

Under what scenario could a

human being on this earth...

Not have more

experience than you?

I've been... I've

done... I've done things.

Oh, and India

has the Kama Sutra, bro.

Exactly! India

has the Kama Sutra.

Yeah, they like, f***

sideways and sh*t, bro.

That's intimidating for anybody.

It is.

I'm not intimidated.

Did that shirt

shrink in the wash?

No, I don't know, I can't really

figure out what happened.

Oh, oh, oh, oh!

Oh, yes! Sweet!

Wow, crazy!

Just a little something new

I'm working with.

If I can't impress my friends,

there's no way I'm gonna...

Be impressing the

food network, so... dig in!

Oh, yeah, this looks great.

Guys, guys, guys...

I waited until

we were all together...

To bring this up,

but I have information.

About what?

About a party on the point.

To be specific, I have

an invitation to a party...

On the point this afternoon

and I can bring anyone I want!

Okay, calm down.

Who invited you to the point?

I've never been on the point.

Yeah, me, neither.

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Chris McCoy

Christopher Brandon McCoy (born November 25, 1986) is a former gridiron football defensive end. He was drafted by the Miami Dolphins in the seventh round of the 2010 NFL Draft. He played college football at Middle Tennessee State. McCoy played professional football for the Houston Texans, Pittsburgh Steelers, Philadelphia Eagles, and the Calgary Stampeders of the CFL. more…

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