Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Miley Cyrus stars in this straight-to-DVD college comedy that may appeal to the singer-actress' former Hannah Montana fans. There are several references to sexual relationships, adultery (Cyrus's character is a private investigator), and strong language (mostly "s--t" and "ass"). The sorority sisters drink, talk about their boyfriends, and even their "personal massagers." Meanwhile, the protagonist learns that people can surprise you and that "sisterhood" is a powerful force.
There's some kissing (between the protagonist and her love interest as well as other couples). There are references to sexual relationships, infidelity (Molly and her father track suspected cheaters for a living), some skimpy outfits (the sorority sisters fundraise by wearing teeny tiny bikinis during car washes), etc. There's also one joke involving a young woman's "personal massager," which is obviously a vibrator (although that word is never said).
An angry girlfriend pours punch on top of her philandering boyfriend. Molly punches a guy and ties him up, and she's later involved in a car chase and a fight at gun-point to free a friend from being taken hostage. Pepper spray is used to immobilize a man, and a car blows up but doesn't injure anyone. No one dies, and no one is seriously hurt.
There is "s--t," "bulls--t," "assh--e," and a couple of religious exclamations like "Jesus!" and "holy s--t!"
This isn't exactly a movie with heavy-hitting messages, but through Molly's adventure, viewers may catch on to the idea that people are more than they seem at first (like the fact that she realizes sorority sisters aren't all superficial and stupid), and that teamwork makes difficult tasks much easier than attempting to do everything by yourself.
Maybelline, Max Factor, LL Bean, Apple, Volkswagen, and other brands are mentioned or featured in the movie.
Drugs / Tobacco /
College students -- most of whom are underage -- drink and play drinking games at fraternity/sorority parties. While it's not a substance abuse problem, Molly's father has a gambling addiction that costs their family thousands of dollars.