Definitely promotes the ideas of "family" and "loyalty," although what that actually means to the characters is up for debate. They stick up for one another and refuse to abandon one another. But they don't always seem to trust each other, and they're all prone to excessive violence without much in the way of consequences.
Constant over-the-top action sequences, with tons of destruction, crashed cars, explosions, etc. Also guns and shooting (characters break out of prison and wound/shoot/kill a lot of other prisoners and authority figures). Blood splatter against a wall. Some characters die. Frequent fighting, with characters beaten senseless. A baby (somewhat) in peril.
Main married couple shown in bed together, kissing/being close to each other. Other kissing/flirting (mostly for show, as part of the plot). Scantily clad women are objectified, looked up and down by camera. Character's bottom is partly visible under a short skirt.
One use of "f--k," plus several uses of "s--t," "ass," "a--hole," "hell," "damn," as well as "bitch," "wanker," "goddamn," "Jesus Christ" (as an exclamation).
A Coca-Cola can comes in handy during a race. Coke bottles are also shown in other sequences. Apple iPhones shown. Brief reference to Cheesecake Factory. Taylor Swift references.