Promotes friendship and loyalty. Values fulfilling a commitment and finishing a job. On the other hand, law enforcement is ridiculed, and the film takes delight in mild illegal behavior.
Extensive comic car crashes and stunts, but no injuries. One bar fight in which one character receives bruises. A dog is threatened.
Some romantic flirtation and kissing. The camera cuts away before any sexual activity is shown. A male character ogles a pretty woman.
Mild and moderate obscenities: "bitch," "turd," "hell," "s--t," "dumbass," "goddamn," "fag," "take a leak," "F.O." Sexual put-downs and jokes: "I'd like to jump you," "Don't play with yourself," "to spot beavers," "knockers," "I'd like to take a run on her." One use of "f--k" is covered by a blaring horn. A character sends the "middle-finger salute."
The transportation of Coors beer is a central plot element. Other products shown: Coca-Cola, Allied Van Lines, Trans Am, CAT.
Several key characters smoke throughout. A scene in a bar shows people consuming alcoholic beverages.