Like other movies in series, this one is about "family." Though message is more emotional: Being in a family is less about action, more about communication, actually showing up for one another. "Frenemies" learn to set aside their differences, work together. Women are less objectified in this film than in previous ones, are stronger, more independent, with more personality.
Extremely strong, comic book/cartoon-style action violence. Guns and shooting. Torture. Explosions. Car chases and car crashes. Martial arts fighting, punching, hitting, etc. Minor characters are killed. Threat of a deadly virus destroying the world. Flamethrower. Painful operation on a cyborg, with his back sliced open.
Long, passionate kiss. Camera passes over a dancing woman's bottom. Cleavage on display. Sexual innuendo and sex-related language.
Fairly strong language, with uses of "s--t," "a--hole," "c--k," "ass," "bitch," "bastard," "goddamn," "hell," "d--k," "balls," "wanker," "give a toss," and "Jesus Christ" (as an exclamation). A character says "f--k," but it's muffled, and his mouth is obscured. A character makes a sexual gesture. One possible, obscured use of "c--t," but it's hard to be sure.
Social drinking; a character pours himself a pint of beer, and a character drinks a tumbler of whiskey and pours a comically large tumbler for a third character (who doesn't drink). A character downs two shots of alcohol at once. Characters open bottles and share what could be beers.