Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this indie dramedy follows three best friends who become bumbling small-time crooks in hopes of getting in on a real heist. There is a lot of R-rated language plus one love scene (no nudity is visible, however). The overall theme of seeking excitement from planning and executing a robbery may not be suitable for younger children, but there's a great deal of humor to offset the "life of crime" elements.
Anthony and Inez kiss on a few occasions and make love once (no nudity). A woman flirts with Anthony.
The cops beat up a suspect; Dignan gets into a brawl at a bar and ends up with a bloody gash on his face; Dignan gives Anthony a bloody nose; Bob's brother beats him off camera, and he subsequently wears a bandage around his ear.
R-rated language: "f--k," "s--t," "asshole," "c---sucker," etc.
Three friends seek out the excitement of a life of petty heists.
Drugs / Tobacco /
The guys drink at a bar; partygoers drink cocktails and smoke cigars/cigarettes.