Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Break Point is a thoughtful comedy masquerading as a rough-around-the-edges romp with a mouthy athlete as one of its main characters. Expect some salty language (including "f--k" and "s--t") and drinking (one character likes his beer a little too much, even when he's training), as well as punches being thrown and some innuendo/sexual references -- as well as kissing and a character who strips online for money (nothing graphic is shown). Underlying everything is a message about second chances and forgiving others -- especially family.
One character strips online for paying customers (though she's not shown doing so, just wearing a cleavage-revealing top). Some kissing and innuendo.
Two men tussle after a tennis match, punching each other. A man belittles his tennis partners (among many other rude behaviors), and some retaliate with passive-aggression.
One character is coarse and curses, sometimes in front of children; he and others use words like "damn," "a--hole," "s--t" and "f--k."
Everyone deserves a second chance, even a brother who betrayed you (but didn't truly understand it at the time). Also, second-guessing yourself is the surest way to ensure defeat.
Primarily tennis-related brands like Head and Penn, and, in one scene, the Kia Sorrento.
Drugs / Tobacco /
One adult character drinks often, throughout the day.