Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that the language is crude throughout. Because the film's humor and story are appealing to older tweens and teens, it's regrettable that the filmmakers illustrate the "fish out of water" nature of the leading characters with so much swearing and rough language.
A few loving kisses between an engaged couple. They are also seen nestling together in bed.
A character fires a pistol into the air several times in anger. One well-aimed punch in the jaw. There's a detailed verbal description of deer hunting.
Frequent cursing throughout. Many uses and permutations of "s--t," "f---k," as well as "dickhead," "ass," "goddamn it," "balls," etc. The language is used as a device to define the characters, their backgrounds, and street credentials.
Honesty, loyalty, and playing by the rules triumph. People who take advantage of others and prey on those weaker than themselves can be conquered by intelligence and confidence. It's not always possible to judge a person's worth by exterior appearances.
Bush's beans are center focus in one sequence. Other products shown briefly are: Canon, Coca Cola, Mother's Cookies, and some beer.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Judge smokes. Lawyer has a drink in hand while on the phone.