Buried underneath the movie's over-the-top behavior (randomly dosing someone with cocaine, for instance) are the ideas that reconciliation is possible even after intense disagreement and that sometimes people really will pull together to help reach a common goal.
Positive Role Models & Representations
A man jumps from a second-floor balcony. Car chase/accident takes place on snowy city streets. Many instances of guns being shown/used and held to characters' heads. Angry partygoers throw office equipment out of high-rise windows.
Partially naked drunk people sit or lean on copiers and a digital printer; buttocks are visible, and so is a penis. A man and a woman have sex on a desk; his bare backside is exposed. Officemates have group sex in a bathroom cubicle; bare breasts visible. Many references to sex: group sex, oral, anal. Coworkers play strip poker. A prostitute performs sexual acts in a bathroom. A woman jokes about sexually harassing a male coworker.
Frequent strong language includes many uses of "f--k," "s--t," and "motherf---er." Also "bitch," "bitches," "d--k," "a--hole," and more.
Characters talk lovingly about how well a Kia drives and prominently use iPhones.
Ease of Play
The party features near-constant drinking/substance use; it's assumed that being high/drunk = having fun. Characters drink cocktails and beer, slurp spiked eggnog from a penis-shaped ice luge, and guzzle liquor from bottles. One character brings cocaine to the party and sells it; another is accidentally given a huge amount. Characters smoke joints and snort cocaine; they act silly, sloppy, and make mistakes; consequences are mostly laughed off and everything turns out all right in the end (despite physical injuries). One character gets very drunk and then gets in a terrible accident (but doesn't earn a DUI).