Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that while this film has the shape of a romantic comedy -- young men afraid to commit while their partners are ready -- it's labeled a "dramedy" and includes some unusually explicit sex scenes (naked bodies and some thrusting visible) and language (lots of the f-word, as well as other profanity and sexual slang). The plot follows young men and women (and one set of parents) who can't agree on commitments, with one child and one pregnancy involved. Acting out their disagreements, characters cheat on one another and lie. Characters drink frequently, smoke cigarettes, and, in one scene, share a joint.
Several sex scenes include couples under covers/in the dark/against walls, as well as nude body parts and sexual movement; a couple appears after sex, shot from above on a bearskin rug (breasts visible); sexy dancing in a club (bodies rubbing); sexual/derogatory slang.
A car runs into a tree (which then falls on it, injuring no one); an argument leads to punching and flailing.
Frequent (25+) uses of the f-word, in anger and frustration, as well as other profanity ("ass," "s--t," "bitch," "hell").
Characters lie, commit adultery, and lash out verbally in anger. Female characters aren't portrayed in the best light; many are shrewish, sexually predatory, clingy, or all of the above.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Drinking, cigarette-smoking, marijuana smoking.