Amid the violence and the humor are messages about teamwork, forgiveness, and redemption -- though the story does focus on two men who use guns professionally: one to kill and one to protect.
Both main characters use their guns a ton, and the movie's body count is ridiculously high. Several disturbing scenes of a country's leader ordering the deaths of or directly killing people, including a dissident professor's wife and children (it happens off camera, but viewers see the gun being pointed at them and two shots). Many, many shoot-outs and car chases that leave people dead.
Both Kincaid and Bryce have flashbacks in which they recall how they met their significant others, and both sequences involve close-ups of the women's bodies (there's much more in the one featuring Salma Hayek -- i.e., cleavage and butt shots). Two different couples kiss.
Constant use of strong language, with expletives (mostly "f--k" and "motherf----r") peppered throughout. Other words said quite often include "bitch," "p---y," "d--k," "s--t," "a--hole," and "Jesus Christ," "Christ," goddammit," and "retard," as well as Spanish curses like "hijo de puta," "mierda," and more.
BMW, Ford, Range Rover, Land Rover, Jaguar, Mercedes.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Kincaid drinks liquor from a flask. People at a bar are shown drinking, mostly beer. One of Bryce's clients swallows a bunch of pills.