Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this frothy comedy will be best appreciated by teens and adults who can put the characters' sometimes-iffy behavior (robbery, breaking and entering, and destroying personal property, to start with) into perspective. There's also some strong language (including "damn," "bitch," and "hell") and adult drinking, and the dialogue often references rushed wedding plans because of an unexpected pregnancy. Taken out of context, the characters' actions might give young kids and tweens a misleading impression of the real-life consequnces of breaking the law and manipulating people's feelings, but for those who appreciate the inherent un-reality of TV, this movie is a laugh-out-loud journey toward a sweet victory for true love.
Lots of chatter about sex, including references to past relationships and implications of sleeping around for personal gain (a job, a higher grade in class, etc.). A main character is said to be pregnant, which is cause for a loveless relationship and shotgun wedding. A few passionate kisses.
Several uses of "bitch," "damn," "hell," and "ass," as well as "oh my God" and "shut up."
The movie celebrates true love and friendship by showing the lengths to which Abigail, Parker, and Rachel will go to be with the people they care about. The story also strives to show that good can prevail as long as people are willing to stand up for what's right.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Adults drink beer, wine, and champagne socially and at meals. In one scene, Caitlyn downs a bottle of champagne to drown her sorrows.