Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that except for this caper comedy's frequent strong language (including "f--k," "s--t," "p---y," and more), there's nothing here that would demand an R rating. There are several love scenes, but they're handled with restraint -- there's no nudity and no actual activity other than kissing and embracing. The few action sequences are brief, generally mild fights (in one, a man wields a gun, and a shot is fired), and the substance use isn't at all over the top, either -- a woman smokes one cigarette, a couple of beers are consumed, and a character seems drunk in one scene and vomits in two others. That said, it's not all that likely to be a movie that's high on kids' radar anyway.
Several intimate scenes include kissing, laughing, and romping with both characters under the sheets, plus implied post-sexual cuddling. The woman is seen briefly in her bra; no other nudity.
In comic frustration, a female character repeatedly hits and pounds a male character while sitting next to him in a car. An elderly man is held at gunpoint, but he takes the gunman by surprise and drives him to the ground using his bare hands. A shot is fired, and there's some blood, but no one is seriously injured.
Lots of swearing and obscenities throughout, including "f--k," "s--t," "p---y," "hell," "goddamn," "d--k," "son of a bitch," "pissed off," "Jesus" (as an exclamation), and "FAG" written on a sign.
Despite the negative message that it's acceptable payback for Henry to rob a bank because he was wrongly convicted of an earlier crime, there are positive ideas expressed as well. Henry learns that it's critical for people to have dreams, feel passionately about life, and build intimate relationships based on love and respect.
Molson's Blue beer.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Beer is consumed in moderation in a few scenes. A man shows up drunk for an important meeting. One female character smokes.