Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this comedy is overflowing with sexual references, including innuendo and nudity. Teenagers make out with other teenagers, sometimes in front of their parents. There are several brief, comically-portrayed displays of sexual force (including that of an adult to teen). Language is explicit, though always used humorously. Also, the teenage girl struggles with eating/weight issues that are exaggerated for comic effect.
Two scenes with bare breasts in a sexual context -- one is at burlesque club, the other is when a teen boy is making out with a teen girl. The parents have a healthy and active sexual relationship. Video of parents having sex accidentally gets out to public.
Several comic fistfights. Two instances of brief, mild sexual force.
Frequent strong language, mostly sexual, like "t-ts," "ass," "slut." One instance of "f--k" in French and displayed in English subtitle.
The bulk of the movie shows negative messages in a comic light, with the underlying message being the sanctity of family and respect for parents. The negatives are so extreme at points that they may overwhelm the positive message for some viewers. For example, while in the end the teenage son finds a smart, upstanding girlfriend and sees his parents as positive forces in his life, he previously got drunk and cavorted with a prostitute.
Drugs / Tobacco /
The mom gets mad at her husband, starts drinking, and says she's going to get "plastered." One scene includes lots of beer drinking in the background. Teenage son gets drunk once.