Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Heist (not to be confused with David Mamet's 2001 movie of the same name) is a crime thriller with very strong, constant language (including dozens of uses of "f--k" and "motherf----r") and graphic violence: shooting, killing, blood, fighting, and children in peril. One scene shows a man and a woman in bed, with her partly naked. Characters smoke cigarettes, and two minor characters appear to be drug addicts.
Man lying in bed with a young woman in a sexual way. She lies half out of the covers, with a naked leg and part of her behind showing.
Shooting, bloody wounds, blood sprays, characters dying. Fighting, shouting, punching. Car chases, explosions. Knife pulled. Children in peril.
Extremely strong, frequent language, with many uses of "f--k" and "motherf----r." Also "s--t," "ass," "a--hole," "d--k," and "slut," as well as "Jesus" and "Jesus Christ" (as exclamations).
Characters work together -- to rob a casino -- but their teamwork is terrible; no truly positive take-aways here.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Characters smoke cigarettes. Minor characters appear to be drug addicts (they're found in a "crack house").