Parents need to know that After We Collided takes the action up a notch from its prequel with much more frequent and explicit sex scenes, language, and partying. The film feels more appropriate for a slightly older audience than the original, After. Main characters Hardin and Tessa have sex in a variety of locations, including a shower and an office. No private parts are shown, but the scenes are explicit, including movements, suggested orgasms, implications of oral sex, close-ups of thighs, mentions of condoms and being "turned on," and hands on private parts on top of and under each other's clothes. College-age young adults taunt each other with sexual language like "skank" and "whore." This often comes as part of wild party scenes at a frat house, where there's heavy drinking, drinking games, bongs, flirting, and hooking up. Drinking is a theme in the film as Hardin struggles with an alcohol addiction, and he "self-medicates" with alcohol when things don't go his way. Despite this, people drink in his presence regularly, and Tessa gets very drunk on a couple of occasions, including at a work function and a college party. Heavy drinking scenes often end in physical fights or sexual encounters. A car accident sends Tessa to the hospital, but she's fine soon after. Language includes "f--k," "a--wipe," "suck," "oh my God," "dumbass," "bitch," "hell," "d--k," "bulls--t," and "carpet sucking."