Parents need to know that the Mexican family comedy Grumpy Christmas has a lot of language, characters smoking cigarettes and marijuana, and some sexual references. The message of the film is that the holidays are about caring for family and being together with the ones you love. Among the extended family and non-family members in the film are a homosexual couple with a young son, two young people who are sleeping together (seen under covers in a bed and referencing "moving the bed" together), two older people who have an attraction and kiss (there's mention of Viagra), and a married couple weathering marital difficulties and a new pregnancy. An older English man with them smokes marijuana from a bong, gifts his wife a bong for Christmas, and gives two adults a joint to try. Another man smokes cigarettes, and most of the adults drink alcohol. Two people play mean pranks on each other, and one is rushed to the hospital for what appears to be a heart attack. Language in the English subtitles includes "f--k," s--t," "goddamnit," "damnit," "damn," "a--hole," "crappy," "hell," "bastard," "jeez," "screw," "God," "pee," "idiot," and "stupid."