Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that the movie's sharp-toothed satire is loaded with a lot of strong language, jokes about sex, and physical comedy involving blows to the crotch.
A character is a prostitute; much discussion of sex, sexual matters, prostitution, and "pimping." Nude male buttocks for gratuitous comic value. Constant comedic references to masturbation and other sex acts.
Comedic fighting, scuffling, and blows to the groin. A character is beaten by the police. Comedic gunplay and explosions. A character is pepper sprayed.
Frequent strong language, including "s--t," "ass," "f--k," "asshole," "motherf---er," "balls," "Goddamn" and more. The N-word is used. "Fag" and "retard" are used as insults.
The satirical message -- that the ignorant are outbreeding the intelligent, to a degree that will make a future full of morons -- is stern, strong, tough-to-take stuff. A main character learns to take responsibility and become a leader; as this happens in a world of idiots, though, it's hard to contextualize it in a positive light.
Many brands mentioned in a satirical context -- including Costco, Starbucks, Carl's Jr., Lexus, Gatorade, and more.
Drugs / Tobacco /