Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Life Partners focuses on lifelong friends who are approaching 30 and starting to feel the tug of adulthood and romantic relationships pulling them apart. Expect some frank discussions about sex and even more direct talks about what it means to be in a close and loving -- but platonic -- partnership. Many of these moments are well-lubricated with wine, beer, and other adult beverages. A few scenes show people in bed who've been fooling around, but nothing beyond kissing and flirting takes place on screen. One of the main characters is gay. Language is very strong, with constant use of "f--k," "s--t," and much more.
Frank suggestive talk and sexual discussions; scenes of people in bed who've clearly been fooling around. Nothing happens on-screen beyond kissing and flirting.
Some bickering between couples, friends, and neighbors.
Plenty of swearing in almost every scene, including "f--k," "s--t," "a--hole," "d--k," "p---y," "bitch," and more.
A good friend is to be cherished, and while you may eventually, naturally, drift apart as the duties of adulthood take up more time, that doesn't mean the relationship is diminished.
One character drives a Toyota Prius, which plays a minor role in the plot.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Quite a lot of drinking at parties, in bars, at boozy brunches, or just hanging out at home. Mostly wine and beer, but sometimes harder liquor is involved.