Promotes the idea that no matter how you look or dress, you should have self-esteem and confidence in who you are and in your worthiness as a friend, romantic partner, employee, etc. That said, the message is a little mixed because (spoiler alert!) Renee doesn't realize she still looks the same until the end of the movie. And she truly believes that her boyfriend would leave her because she's convinced that he, too, saw her the way she saw herself.
Renee falls off her bicycle during a spin class, and it's obvious she has a head injury. She wakes up confused. In another instance, she falls and hits her head again, resulting in a bloody injury.
There is a sex scene and implied nudity: Viewers see a lot of Renee's silhouette and her skin, like bare shoulders, thighs/legs, and back. Renee does a sexy dance during a bikini contest. There's also post-sex pillow talk; lots of discussion about sexiness, "hotness," relationships, dating, etc., plus scenes of kissing and flirting. Characters in underwear.
A few uses of "bitch," "s--t," "a--hole," "holy s--t," "damn," "hell," "pr--ks," "jerk," "vagina," "boobs," "sluts," "d--k," and "oh my God" as an exclamation.
Spin studio franchise SoulCycle is heavily featured in the movie, with at least four major scenes set there; it's so overt it goes beyond product placement. There's even a joke about SoulCycle merchandise. Another major plot point revolves around Target. Other products/brands visible include Bed, Bath & Beyond, Kohl's, Saks, YouTube, Samsung, Dell, Fiji water, Baby Bjorn, MacBook, iPhone, Fireball, Maxim, Blick, Hidden Valley, Lubriderm, and Zumba.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Adults drink at bars, restaurants, and parties. In one scene, Renee has too much and ends up tipsy/drunk. Avery matter-of-factly explains that she doesn't like flying so she's "on a lot of things" to calm her down during a flight.