Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this hilarious comedy about a disfunctional family addresses such squeamish subjects as teens using Internet fetish porn, young women working in strip clubs (with scenes of barely dressed dancers), and a criminal past. Also, the whole family smokes (and lies about it), plus there's some swearing ("bitch," "s--t"), though not much, and lots of raised voices -- this clan likes to yell -- but there's also plenty of love.
A teenage boy visits porn sites featuring scantily clad overweight women. He appears to fetishize them. A married woman flirts and kisses a younger man who's not her husband. A college girl works at a strip bar (we see her and her co-workers dancing while scantily clad).
Members of a family communicate by yelling. A fight breaks out between two men and one guy brandishes a knife. In the same scene, a character is chained to a lamp post by another.
Somewhat strong, including "bitch," "s--t," and "whore."
While the movie is full of positive messages -- including that secrets, when left to fester, can complicate matters and even destroy relationships, and family matters -- these messages are hidden between iffy (if funny) content about teenage sexual fetishes, underage smoking, and yelling as a form of family communication.
Some signage for stores, plus car makes like the Ferrari and the Impala are name-dropped.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Spouses promise each other they'll quit smoking but they both continue to do so behind each other's backs. The entire family, in fact, smokes, including the kids (a teenager and a college girl). One character's mother is described as an alcoholic and drug addict, though she's never introduced. Social drinking (beer, martinis). A character talks about pot.