Parents need to know that Don't Blame Karma! is a Mexican romantic comedy with sexual situations, language, and drinking. The premise is about a woman, Sara, whose successful sister announces she's engaged to the man Sara has been in love with since high school. People treat each other respectfully and with kindness, and ultimately the right people end up with each other at the end of the movie. No private parts are seen, but there are sex scenes and kissing, as well as references to open relationships, being "wet," "sweaty sex," talking dirty, STDs, and being "inside" a woman. Other language in the English subtitles includes "f--k," "s--t," "hell," "damn," "asshole," "bitch," "sucks," "butt," "idiot," "heck," and "God." Adults drink alcohol, sometimes to excess, leading to drunken encounters and hangovers.