The film delights in making fun of everything by playing up stereotypes or relying on crude language. A woman clearly sleeps around.
Positive Role Models & Representations
Plenty of cartoonish scenes that are violent nonetheless: A dog bites a man's testicles; a parent and child head-butt each other (in the name of teaching the boy how to be a warrior); a spear lances through a soldier while another charges and hits a rock face, plucking his eyes out; guns are shot, swords are drawn, and a man cracks his neck performing a break-dance move; blood oozes out of a man's face.
Ample cleavage and booty shots; lots of scenes with scantily clad men and women; plenty of sexual innuendoes, many of which are somewhat homophobic (a man discusses warfare in terms of "taking it from the behind," for example); a woman licks her lips while staring at men; she also gyrates in front of older men who throw money at her; humans and animals (sometimes both) are shown in sexual positions.
Women are referred to as "hos" and "sluts," and there's the usual parade of "s--t," "damn," "a--hole," "bitch" and more, as well as one bleeped "f--k."
At times the film feels like an endless stream of commercials for products like Coke, Nintendo Wii, Dentyne Ice, Gatorade, and more. One whole sequence plays out like a video game, Grand Theft Auto style. Mentions of TV shows (Ugly Betty, Heroes), films (James Bond), and video games.
Ease of Play
A shot of Botox kills a man. Another man drinks a beverage thinking it's hard liquor -- but it's actually pee.