Well-meaning as it might be, there are better ways to support your kids' endeavors than to launch a criminal enterprise. Male and female characters being called "b---h" and "p---y" sends an uncomfortable message about gender roles.
Surprising amount of violence for a comedy: A man's finger is chopped off accidentally; he screams, and gouts of blood cover another man's clothes and face. A character frequently threatens others with an axe and eventually chops off someone's arm (silly yet gory special effects) and then sets him on fire; another character makes threats with a blowtorch. A woman jokes about her problems and mimes that she's going to commit suicide by hanging. A mobster threatens characters with a gun; a police officer tosses a gun around playfully and tells horrified onlookers that being afraid of a gun is "silly."
Man briefly seen nude from the rear. A couple who wants to reassure each other that their sex life is still great make jokes about going to "F--k Town." Jokes about date rape, masturbation, anonymous sex through holes in the wall. Characters threaten to cut a man's penis off in a moment that's played for laughs.
Frequent cursing includes "f--k," "f--king," "f--ked," "f--k you," "bitch," "ass," "damn," "crap," "hell," "s--t," "bulls--t," "a--hole," "goddamn," "d--k," "boner," "p---y."
One scene features characters shopping in a Container Store, with the store's logo and signage clearly visible. A character uses a vessel at the store to vomit in and mentions this fact prominently.
Adults and recent high-school graduates drink alcohol and smoke pot (joints, creative bongs). One character drinks and smokes to excess; she later vomits and says she's mentally and physically addicted to marijuana. In several scenes, characters snort cocaine. A main character smokes cigarettes.