The film is about persevering to overcoming dreadful adversity -- in this case, the loss of limbs from a terrorist bombing -- and growing up a little along the way. Loyalty and love are rewarded.
The gory aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombing is shown, complete with severed limbs and plenty of blood. There's also a drunken brawl.
A sensual sex scene includes brief partial nudity (bare back of woman sitting atop partner, the side of a breast -- including nipple). Also nonsexual, somewhat obscured nudity in a bath scene.
"F--k" is used frequently. Other strong language includes "p---y," "f--got," "d--k," "a--hole," "s--t," "goddamn," "son of a bitch," and "hell." Remarks that tread into homophobia elicit some pushback.
Costco management is portrayed in an extremely positive light.
Frequent drinking to excess. Jeff's mother is drunk in several scenes and apparently routinely drinks herself to sleep.