Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this flawed indie comedy exposes all of the petty arguments within a deeply dysfunctional family. There's plenty of swearing (including "f--k," "s--t," and more), and lots of intense, uncomfortable arguments. Some of the characters drink, and several others make it clear that they really need a drink or three. There's one sex sequence (though no nudity), a few sexual references, and a scene that takes place an adult film store, with plenty of sexual devices glimpsed in the background. Most of the characters are petty and one-dimensional, and there are no worthwhile take-aways in the end.
One sex scene (no nudity) and a few sexual references and gestures. A character visits an adult film store, the titular Peep World, where a variety of sexual devices appear in the background. Another character consults a doctor to be treated for premature ejaculation -- the doctor uses a lifelike penis model to discuss the treatment. The character spends much of the film suffering from an erection that won't subside and is quite uncomfortable.
Several heated arguments, often including extremely cutting words used as precision weapons. Two thugs threaten a man as they try to collect a significant debt.
Strong, frequent swearing throughout, including "f--k," "s--t," "d--k," "bitch," and much more.
Family members don't always have your back, and, when angered, they know the most vulnerable places to stick the knife. One character has become a big success thanks to his novel about a dysfunctional family; his parents and siblings are upset because it's almost all true -- and it's all about them.
A battered Cadillac plays a minor role in the film.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Some drinking by adults at a tense dinner party.