Although threre's plenty of iffy behavior, the movie has a very warm heart beating at its center (in the form of the foursome's enduring friendship), and the characters' misdeeds aren't borne out of malice but are the result of human frailty. In the end, everyone is supportive of each other and, above all else, honest.
A woman hits a man over the head with a bouquet. Otherwise, just lots of emotional sparring.
The title doesn't lie: There's tons of sex in the movie. Sex in the shower, sex on beds, even a threesome. Nudity includes several shots of breasts (often heaving in passion), butts, and a quick glimpse of male genitalia. There's also an attempted seduction on a dining table (with sushi used to conceal sensitive bits). Some scenes are explicit and up close, while others are quick cuts.
As with the HBO series, colorful and uncensored, including everything from "bitch," "a--hole," and "dick" to "bulls--t" and "f--k." But not as frequent as in some other R-rated comedies.
Hello, product placement. Rather than ask what was included, better to consider what wasn't. Expect a parade of Louis Vuitton purses, Manolo Blahnik shoes, Chanel dresses, Tiffany boxes, a Vivienne Westwood wedding dress, Skyy vodka, Vitamin Water, and more -- the name-dropping and label-flashing stops for no one.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Frequent social drinking and some smoking (cigars, outside a bar after a celebration). One of the characters slides into a funk after suffering a major heartbreak and self-medicates with alcohol.