Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Thanks for Sharing is an ensemble dramedy that deals with some serious issues, particularly addiction to drugs, alcohol, and -- especially -- sex. There's frank, open discussion about things characters have done to satiate their cravings, and a few scenes show one character performing criminal acts to feed his addiction, including surreptitiously filming his supervisor up her skirt and rubbing up against a fellow subway passenger. Characters swear often ("f--k," "s--t," and more), and there are a few sex scenes, including a montage of a couple in various positions (no genitals are shown) and implied masturbation.
Frank talk about sex addiction and the triggers for it. A quick montage of a man in various sexual positions with a woman (no genitals shown). Characters are shown masturbating -- viewers don't see their private parts, but it's clear what they're doing. A woman talks about her dysfunctional sex life with her ex-boyfriend in somewhat graphic terms. Pornographic photos on DVD holders are glimpsed briefly. A woman performs a lap dance for her boyfriend.
A knock-out, drag-out fight between a man and his parents; while he's scuffling with his father, he accidentally hits his mother. Also, one of the main characters -- who's a sex addict -- objectifies women and is shown taping up his supervisor's skirt and rubbing up against a woman in a subway train.
Language includes frequent use of "f--k," "s--t," "a--hole," "douchebag,"" "g-ddamn," and more.
Change doesn't happen overnight, and even the most disciplined people sometimes fail to follow through on promises to themselves and others, especially when it comes to addiction.
Brands/products seen include iPhone, Apple computers, McDonald's, Rampage, 3 Musketeers, and more.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Talk of alcohol addiction, but viewers don't see anyone getting drunk. Also talk of a young man's drug addiction, but he's not shown getting high.