Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Aloha, a military-themed romantic comedy written and directed by Cameron Crowe, follows the adventures of a military contractor (Bradley Cooper) who returns to Hawaii for a job and faces an ex-girlfriend (Rachel McAdams), a former boss whom he feels betrayed him, and an Air Force pilot whom he can't resist (Emma Stone). In short, it's a complicated affair about love, work, and redemption that's thematically a better fit for teens and adults than for younger viewers. Expect some swearing ("hell," "s--t," and a use of "f--k"), social drinking by adults (sometimes to the point of getting drunk), some innuendoes/comments about hooking up, kissing, and references to hardship in Afghanistan.
A kiss, plus references and innuendoes about hooking up.
References to being in Afghanistan and getting injured there (though nothing is shown). A certain menacing vibe pervades some scenes.
"S--t," "hell," and a use of "f--k."
Forgiving others and yourself goes a long way toward healing and redemption. Also, open yourself up to new experiences.
Some visibility of brands including Sony Vaio, Dakine, Ray Ban, and Facebook.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Social drinking by adults, sometimes to the point of getting drunk.