Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this "mockumentary" is aimed more at adults than kids, but teens who've enjoyed director Christopher Guest's earlier films (including Best in Show) may very well want to see it. It's satirical treatment contains references to same-sex relationships, prostitutes, ethnic jokes, and superficial people who are only thinking of themselves -- but make it seem like they're thinking of everyone else. It's all about the superficial world of Hollywood, where the bottom line is more important than people. The movie's goal is to satirize that world, but some kids may miss the subtler digs and spoofs.
References to same-sex relationships, prostitutes, women in tight outfits with plenty of cleavage.
"Ass," "damn," "f--k" (one time).
Every superficial quirk of Hollywood is examined, from plastic surgery to air kisses to trendy wardrobes. The message (which is intended as satire): Money is more important than people.
Crystal Geyser bottled water.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Some drinking and smoking.