Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this movie celebrates and partially recreates brutal sex-and-action movies that played in bad-neighborhood theaters of the 1960s and '70s. There is a lot of swearing, bloody violence, much talk of sex (none shown, though), vicious and self-destructive behavior, and revenge.
All talk, but lots of it, with details of infidelity and multiple partners. Female characters dress skimpily, in shorts and T-shirts, and one gives a man a very suggestive (but clothed) lapdance.
Characters battered and gruesomely dismembered in a brutal car smashup (shown in several versions) and beaten bloody.
Most every swear word there is gets uttered. At least one girl chastises another when she uses God's name in vain.
Nobody here is very admirable. The second set of girl victims are "empowered" stuntwomen, who fight back (and get revenge, with no help from authorities), but also pull hazardous tricks for their own thrills. Characters in a mixed black and white posse call each other the N-word in comradely fashion.
Brand names of beverages, cars, popular magazines, and obscure movies (Faster Pussycat Kill Kill!) that Quentin Tarantino fancies.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Psycho stuntman Mike claims to be a non-drinker, but he's the only one. Lots of imbibing, smoking, and talk of marijuana and harder drugs.