Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this indie comedy about a romance that's hampered by an adult child's fixation with his mother stars Jonah Hill of teen favorites like Superbad and Knocked Up. While this movie isn't as raunchy or over-the-top as those comedies, the subject matter may still be too mature for young teens, and the Oedipus complex references confusing. Expect some swearing (including "s--t" and "f--k") and drinking and a few awkward sexual situations (including a scene that implies masturbation), though little nudity.
The movie begins with a woman barging in on a man who, from the looks of it, is pleasuring himself to Internet porn. Viewers don't see what he's watching, but his behind is visible from the back and his underwear low on his hips as he reclines in bed with a laptop in front of him. Also, a couple kisses and rolls around on a sofa and in bed.
Two guys tussle at a wedding and yell threats, insults, and painful things at each other.
Many uses of "f--k," plus "s--t," "hell," "a--hole," and "oh my God."
The movie suggests that it's possible to over-coddle a child to the point where his fixation with his mother can go into overdrive, complicating his parents' life. But it also promotes the idea that building trust can help overcome problems.
Mentions of Red Bull and Shrek; logos for Trojan condoms, Chevrolet, Apple, and Adidas.
Drugs / Tobacco /
A man fills up on "liquid courage" -- beer, Red Bull and vodka -- at a party. Some social drinking at restaurants.