The hero is a supreme problem-solver who uses his head and the resources at his disposal. But he lives in a world where bad things continue to happen and violence is usually the only solution. The movie presents vigilantism as justified.
Positive Role Models & Representations
Violence is mostly bloodless but nearly constant. Shooting, fighting, chasing in cars, explosions, and deaths. A main character dies. Kidnapping. A fight in a liquor store with breaking bottles. Beating with rifles. A man held at gunpoint grabs the gun, pushes it into his own mouth, and pulls the trigger. A man is tortured via waterboarding. Brief flashback to war, with shooting and throat-slicing. A man smacks a young woman in the face. Some minor bruises, cuts shown.
Kissing, including a woman who kisses her ex-husband even though she's still married to someone else. She says she "fantasizes about us." "Screwing" is mentioned. A gangster is shown in a bathtub with two bikini-clad women. A man is shown in underwear. A young woman is pregnant; a pregnancy test is shown.
Infrequent language includes a few uses of "s--t." Also "a--hole," "goddamn," "jerk," "screwing," "scumbag," and it appears as if a use of "f--king" was dubbed over with "screwing" (the character's lips don't match the audio).
Ease of Play
Characters briefly smoke cigars. Gangsters are shown with nearby glasses of champagne. An unopened bottle of champagne is shown. Bad guys say, "Let's go get drunk."