Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Celeste and Jesse Forever is an indie romcom that adds an interesting twist to the genre's typical formula but falls short of greatness, despite hip stars Rashida Jones and Andy Samberg. Older teens might find the concept refreshing, but the divorce/break-up-centric material could be a tad heavy (and the scenes talky) for younger teens and tweens. Expect plenty of swearing (particularly "f--k"), a scene of pot smoking (as well as additional references to drugs), some drinking, make-out scenes, lewd jokes, and implied sex and masturbation (though no outright nudity).
A couple is shown kissing and then under the covers; it's implied that they slept together. A guy pleasures himself while he's kissing a woman, and she's not pleased. A suggestive joke about lip balm has suggestive references to masturbation.
Fairly frequent use of "f--k," plus "shite," stupid, "a--hole," and more.
It's the way a break-up is handled that separates the kind from the hurtful.
Apple logo visible on a computer. IKEA is mentioned.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Characters smoke pot from a bong. References to getting high. Some social drinking at bars and while people are relaxing at home.