Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Mr. Right is an odd combination of romance and action-thriller, focusing on a hit man (Sam Rockwell) who falls in love and leaves a long trail of bodies in the wake of his courtship of Martha (Anna Kendrick). There's lots of swearing ("f--k," "s--t," "d--k," and more) and even more violence. The carnage involves guns, knives, beatings, and martial arts, all of which result in plenty of blood and dead bodies. There's some drinking, and sexual content is limited to flirting, kissing, suggestive comments, and implied sex, but nothing particularly graphic.
Kissing, flirting, and suggestive comments. A couple is shown waking up next each other in bed.
One of the main characters is a highly trained assassin, so there's lots of violent action: Expect gunfights, fist fights, and knife fights, both in small altercations and big group scuffles. All of them leave dead and bleeding bodies on the floor. People are stabbed, pummeled, shot at both close and long range, and simply beaten to a pulp.
Extensive swearing throughout, including many uses of "f--k," "s--t," and "bitch," as well as "p---y," "ass," "d--khead," and other colorful insults.
The right person is out there for you, no matter what you're looking for. And it's important to be open to new and possibly unusual experiences ... even illegal ones, according to the movie.
Trojan condoms play a prominent role in one scene (that doesn't happen in the bedroom), and Reddi-Whip shows up as well.
Drugs / Tobacco /
A few scenes in bars feature people drinking liquor. One character has quite a lot of wine while cooking a meal.