Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that 10 Years is a high school reunion-set dramedy that's full of nostalgia for the way it was and what might have been. Teens may find it interesting to see adult characters looking back on their teen exploits, though the movie doesn't really make high school -- at least the high school the characters (including teen faves Channing Tatum and Justin Long) went to -- sound all that fun. Expect some swearing (including "s--t" and "f--k"), plenty of drinking (sometimes to excess), references to getting high, and some conversations about bullying (though it's played for laughs). There's also a fair bit of sex talk, though not much action beyond kissing/making out.
Lots of talk, but little action beyond a few kissing and make-out sessions.
One character discusses past bullying and apologizes to some of his victims. But while he's busy making things right, he insults them again.
A couple uses of "f--k," plus "s--t," "damn," "a--hole," etc.
Good friendships and relationships can weather any crisis, as long as everyone is honest and supportive of one another and respectful of one another's personal journeys.
Drugs / Tobacco /
References to smoking weed, plus many scenes in which characters drink to excess before, during, and after a high school reunion; some of them wind up plastered drunk.