Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that The Babymakers is an occasionally funny but mostly crass indie comedy (directed by a veteran of the Broken Lizard comedy troupe) that examines a couple's attempts to get pregnant. It's very sex-centric -- expect lots of jokes (and gestures) about masturbation and various sex acts, scenes showing a couple in sexual positions (though not totally naked), discussions about sex, photos of a naked woman; and one full-frontal shot of a man. Characters also drink, reference pot smoking, dish out sexist punchlines, and swear a lot, including "f--k" and lots more.
Semi-explicit sex scenes, plus plenty of talk, jokes, and gestures about masturbation and other sex acts. One male full-frontal shot, and photos of a topless woman are shown frequently. A portion of what's supposed to be a bestiality porn movie is shown.
A man holds a knife to someone else's throat; he later implies that he stole someone's kidney, too. Some threats; lots of yelling. Mini fisticuffs. Cops chase down thieves, and there's a mini stand-off.
Frequent use of words including "f--k," "a-s," "bastard," "goddamn," and more.
Honesty is the best policy, especially when it comes to relationships and skeletons in your closet. Also, families come in all shapes and sizes. That said, The Babymakers' positive stuff is notably diminished by the implication that true manhood is measured by a guy's ability to get his wife pregnant and that women feel incomplete without children.
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Drugs / Tobacco /
References to pot smoking; social drinking (beer and the like).