Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that the movie features cruel judgments about body size and fashion. Characters are materialistic and catty (usually as comedy, though some hurtful comments are also made). Characters use mild language (s--t) and drink alcohol. Lots of mentions of high-end fashion brands. Younger kids won't be interested, since the subject matter won't mean anything to them.
Some sexual allusions ("I can think of something we can do that doesn't require any clothing"); Andy has sex with writer on their first date (after admitting she's drunk), then regrets it.
Girl hit by taxi flies over hood to the street, ends up in hospital with bruised face and broken leg.
One "a--hole," a couple of "hells," several s-words (Andy unleashes a stream of them during one upset).
Both arrogant and insecure, fashionistas lie and betray one another; heroine maintains moral compass.
All about high fashion (names dropped and shown include Prada, Pucci, Gucci, Calvin Klein, Dolce & Gabbana, Bill Blass, Chloé, Marc Jacobs); plot-pointed references to Starbucks.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Social drinking at parties and restaurants; Andy drinks wine at home and gets tipsy on a date.