No real positive messages. The FBI finds a way to use Frank's extraordinary criminal gifts for good, eventually leading him to become a millionaire through his consulting work with banks and Fortune 500 companies.
Positive Role Models & Representations
While pretending to be a doctor, Frank witnesses an injured young boy crying, injured, with lots of blood on his legs. Guns are frequently drawn by the FBI while in pursuit of Frank.
Two characters have sex in a hotel room -- moaning and heavy breathing, no nudity. Frank comes home from school to find a man leaving his parents' bedroom -- strongly implied adultery. A prostitute propositions Frank in his hotel room; they come to a financial agreement in exchange for her spending the night. A character says that her parents refuse to see her following her out-of-wedlock pregnancy and abortion.
Brief strong language, including one use of "f--k" to the punch line of a knock-knock joke. "T-ts," "goddammit," "hell."
Pan Am Airlines is featured prominently, as are other now-defunct airlines.
Ease of Play
Characters drink alcohol and smoke cigarettes. Mostly social drinking, but some scenes feature drunk partygoers and passed-out bar patrons.