Even though the central plot is about a bank robbery, this is a story about friendship and the various ways society breaks its promises to its elders. Shows that retirees still have desires, dreams, and a need for excitement -- and that they should be taken care of by their communities. Also, that they deserve their "due" after putting in a lifetime of work. Promotes strong bonds between friends and family; themes include perseverance and teamwork.
Thieves with machine guns shoot into the air and point their guns at people during an armed robbery at a bank. A bank manager wets himself when a gun is pointed at him.
Several scenes of a couple sighing in satisfaction in bed after having (implied) sex; bare shoulders visible as they hold the sheets over themselves. The same couple flirts, dances, and embraces in other scenes. During an interview, Al tells the police that he made love three times one morning.
Occasional use of words including one use of "f--k," as well as "s--t," "t-ts," "a--hole," "ass," "bulls--t," "son of a bitch," "hell," "crap," "dammit," "friggin'," and "Jesus Christ" (as an exclamation).
One sequence takes place in a supermarket, and there are quick glimpses of several brands: The Baker bread, SPAM, Bud Light, Zico coconut water, and The Bachelorette.
Adults drink beer at a social hall and champagne at a dinner/reception. The three main characters get drunk one night. Two of the three friends smoke a joint with their robbery consultant. Joe's former son-in-law runs a medical marijuana dispensary. The characters then act high and get the munchies.