Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this movie has strong language, and the soundtrack lyrics have even stronger language, including the "N" word. Chenille has an out of wedlock child (and a difficult relationship with the child's father). Derek has to decide whether his loyalty to an old friend (and his sense of guilt at the friend's having taken the rap for them both) means that he must go along with him when he plans to shoot someone. Characters object to the interracial romance, mostly because they are jealous. The characters buy fake IDs so they can go to a club that serves liquor, and they drink and smoke.
Teen character has out of wedlock child, some sexual references.
Characters involved in violence, car crash, parental death.
Typical high school-style strong language, very strong language in soundtrack rap songs.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Teen characters drink and smoke, fake ID.