Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Woody Allen's ensemble comedy To Rome with Love deals largely with relationship absurdities -- the way we sabotage our connections and get in our own way --- and so may be more interesting to older teens and adults than to younger viewers. Expect cheeky, sexually tinged humor, some swearing (a few "s--t"s and one use of "f-ck"), drinking as a social lubricant, and a healthy dose of Allen's trademark angst.
Sexual references/jokes. Kissing and making out; husbands and wives cheat on each other, which is sometimes accepted as a given. A woman is shown putting on her underwear.
Yelling and screaming; one woman draws a knife on a man, but it's done in a comical and cartoonish manner.
Relatively infrequent use of words including "f--k" (said once), "s--t," "bulls--t," "damn," "hell," "oh my God," etc.
Everyone's lost in a neurotic fog, but some characters are more lost than others. Eventually, some find their way.
Brand/labels seen or mentioned include Alitalia, Canon, and Ambien.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Lots of social drinking, from beer to wine to hard liquor. One character pops pills.