Most of the movie is all about partying and trying to get famous. The movie tries to encourage artists to make their work personal and to put their own feelings and experiences into what they create, but that message rings hollow in such an impersonal film.
Positive Role Models & Representations
Scenes of punching, fighting, with scrapes, bruises, and scratches on faces. A supporting character dies of substance abuse.
Three topless women shown. Quick sex scenes in a car and a bathroom; longer sex scene in a hotel bed. Kissing. Women are generally objectified. Partners cheat on one another.
Strong, frequent language includes "f--k," "s--t," "motherf----r," "p---y," "a--hole," "t-ts," "c--t," "bitch," "d--k," "jerk off," "piss." Middle finger gestures.
Ease of Play
A supporting character is a drug dealer. Main character has a PCP trip (melting colors, etc.). Drugs are shown/used -- including cocaine, pot, Ecstasy, and a spliff (combination of tobacco and pot). Drinking/partying. Painful hangovers.