Although most of the stories are about being open to finding love, there are no overhwelmingly positive messages.
Punch to the face. Shoving and hair-pulling in a physical fight between two characters. Mob boss threatens to kill people.
Film is about several characters finding romance. An exotic dancer wears skimpy clothes. Implication of sex with loud, bouncing mattress. A woman screams that a man is a pervert when he wakes up wearing women's clothes and chained to a goat (he's been pranked). Kissing. Couple wakes up in the morning; implication is that they had sex. A woman strips down to her bra in front of a group of near strangers.
Strong language includes "bitch," "bulls--t," "crap," "damn," "d--k," "piss," "screw," "s--t," "shut up," and "suck." One character says "feck" and "fecking" quite a bit, so it's not "f--k," but it's clearly supposed to be. Lots of of mean and insulting language from a game show host, including calling people "twits," "losers," "stupid," and continually making fun of a little person.
Some clear product placement with brand names highlighted for no other reason at a wedding: Ferrero Rocher chocolates, Maggie Sottero bridal wear, and James Allen jewelry.
Characters drink wine and beer throughout, including while socializing, celebrating, at lunch, at a meeting, and while hosting a game show.