Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Bobby Darin suffered from painful rheumatic fever as a child, was physically unwell, and died from his illness at the age of 37. This movie portrays his suffering as well as his death, which younger audiences might find scary. Mature themes, complicated characters, and implicit alcohol abuse make this movie inappropriate for sensitive viewers. Also, two characters die. Expect frequent swearing and insults, strong angry language, and references to sleeping around. A committed couple shares a scene of implicit sexuality. There is a raging marital dispute, ongoing arguments between friends and family, as well as questionable priorities for characters.
An intimate scene between committed couple, references to sleeping around, teenage pregnancy.
Character attacks a car with golf clubs, threatened violence.
Joking insults and name calling, strong language used by angry characters and an angry marital dispute.
Selfish behavior and references to marital strife.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Social drinking, reference to drinking problem, references to pills.