Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that the "hard R" Will Ferrell/Kevin Hart comedy Get Hard, while absolutely crude and over the top, seems to want to give viewers the chance to question their own biases. But it does so by relying on lots of existing stereotypes based on race, gender, and sexual preference (the gang-banger, the materialistic Daddy's girl, etc.), which detracts from its effectiveness. Expect some violence (shooting, fighting, an all-out brawl) played for laughs, shock-value nudity (including a brief flash of a penis), other sexy scenes (lingerie, twerking, implied oral sex), lots of swearing ("f--k," the "N" word, and more), drinking, and pot use.
A brief glimpse of a penis in an extended scene about oral sex that's laced with homophobia. A woman in hot pants twerks in front of a guy. A couple is shown seducing each other, the woman in lingerie and sitting astride him. Later, a man's butt cheeks are briefly flashed.
Characters point and shoot guns at each other and get involved in a massive brawl. Since one character is "training" to defend himself in prison, there are plenty of scenes of him trying to fight others or take a hit himself, pretty much all of it played for laughs.
Frequent use of a wide range of strong language, including The "N" word, "d--k," "a--hole," "s--t," "f--k," and "motherf--ker."
Amid all of the crude humor and stereotyping is the idea not to judge a book by its cover -- or by its class. Also, friendships can start from the strangest situations.
Some characters flaunt their wealth, driving fancy cars (Audi) and wearing lots of jewelry and high-end clothing.
Drugs / Tobacco /
A group of guys is shown drinking 40s. Social drinking at parties, etc., and one character smokes weed.