Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that teens in this movie smoke, drink, and talk about sex constantly. One character tries to trick another into having sex. The movie is full of sexual innuendo and objectification of women. Michael tries to become what Stephanie wants, and risks his life with death-defying motorcycle jumps to do it. On the other hand, Stephanie is a strong female role model. She doesn't give in to peer pressure and is in the process of figuring out who she is.
Moose tries to trick Sharon into having sex; a lot of sexual innuendo (songs like "Let's Score Tonight," about bowling, and "Reproduction," about science class).
Michael risks his life to look cool to Stephanie in some daring jumps.
Michael does the other boys' homework; he changes himself for others; Johnny plays Paulette against Stephanie and disrespects Paulette in the process.
Drugs / Tobacco /
The cool kids smoke a lot.