Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Gambit is the 2012 remake of a slapstick comedy from 1966. There's partial male nudity, and there's a fantasy sequence in which a wealthy business executive is shown standing and sitting behind his desk naked, with well-placed objects there covering his private parts. A character loses his pants, and it looks as if he peed in them. There's also the occasional swear word (lots of variations of "s--t"), and, in one scene, front desk clerks in a hotel are led to believe that two characters are openly discussing prostitution; one of the characters seems to be going from room to room and sleeping with guests. A character gets punched in the face on two occasions, and a woman in a hotel room passes gas, not knowing that someone else is in her room.
In a dream sequence, a wealthy business executive is shown standing naked behind his desk, with the objects there placed in such a way to cover his private parts. This man's naked buttocks are later shown as he stares at a painting in his house. In a scene in a hotel, it sounds to the front desk clerks as if two characters are discussing prostitution.
A man is punched in the face by his neighbor on two occasions. During a scene in a bar, a fight breaks out; punches and chairs are thrown, and bottles are broken.
Occasional profanity: "s--t," "s--tbag," "S--tburg, Texas," "s--tfaced," "bastard," "wanker," "fairy."
As this is a slapstick romp of a movie, there isn't much in the way of positive messages.
In a bar scene, characters are shown drinking from Coors cans as Coors signage is everywhere in the background.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Characters are shown drinking beer in a bar. They also are shown drinking wine at parties and at dinner, but no one acts intoxicated.