Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that the movie begins as a young man has lost his well-paying job and considers suicide; though this act is represented "comically," as he sets up an exercise bike and knife as if to stab himself, it might raise questions for some younger viewers. He must also deal with his father's death (and mother and sister's upset). The film includes references to sexuality (sometimes romantically, but also in ruder contexts, as during drunken boy-talk), and a couple of women appear in scanty clothing. Characters use mild language (out of frustration, anger, and occasional excitement), smoke, and drink (during a weekend-long wedding party, characters are visibly drunk).
Some references to sex, some scanty women's clothing, one shot of Dunst in a soapy tub.
Brief (comedic) consideration of suicide by knifing.
Some profanity; including soudtrack rock song lyrics (which in clude the f-word).
Family tensions and minor deceits, but all resolved by the end.
Some mention of food products.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Drinking (some visible drunkenness) and smoking.