Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Paranoia is a corporate espionage thriller. There are no fights or blood, but characters are involved in plenty of tense chases and threats. One character is deliberately run over by a car, but he survives and is shown later with only a leg brace and a scratch on his cheek. The main character is shown shirtless as often as possible and has implied sex with a female character, but there's no actual nudity. As for language, "f--k" is said once, and "s--t" is used a couple of times. Characters are shown drinking socially throughout the movie, though they're rarely drunk. One character smokes a cigar. Some teen girls may want to ogle Hunger Games co-star Liam Hemsworth, but otherwise there's not much worth seeing here.
The main character is shown shirtless at every conceivable opportunity. He sleeps with a woman he meets in a bar, though nothing graphic is shown. (The scene goes from dancing and brief kissing to him waking up in her bed.) Later, they fall in love and sleep together again, with kissing and naked shoulders/backs shown. The main character's father is shown ogling his nurse, and there's crude innuendo that he's sleeping with her.
Some tense chases and threats, but little actual violent contact, and no blood. A couple of characters crash into cars while crossing the street, but they get up again. A secondary character is deliberately hit by a car and is later shown wearing a leg brace and with a scratch on his face. The main character trashes his apartment looking for surveillance cameras.
One "f--k," plus a few uses of "s--t," "ass," "damn," and "goddamn."
The movie is a basic "selling your soul to the devil" story -- i.e. a cautionary tale about taking the easy road to untold riches and glory. The main character suffers and eventually learns his lesson. The movie preaches hard work over backstabbing to get ahead in the world. It also advocates for privacy.
Apple products (phones, laptops, etc.) are displayed throughout. A Pepsi bottle is on display in one shot.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Characters drink wine, vodka, and other alcohol throughout the movie, in social situations. No one is ever shown excessively drunk. The main character's father smokes cigars, although it's shown that he has a medical condition from smoking and should be quitting.