It is a very entertaining movie. Not only did I enjoy it (19 year old) but my parents in their late 40s/early 50s found it very enjoyable and funny. There is some crude humor ad swearing but the movie has an element of sincerity and charm. The main character is a lovable (and yes, drunk), who doesn't understand the concept of money and is being forced into a loveless relationship because he can't handle the real world with $$. He then falls for a young lady who is a WONDERFUL role model that teaches the audience that it is important to be frugal, not to squander money, and that you need to work hard to succeed and that feeling of accomplishment is a wonderful thing...something that most Americans seem to forget these days. The movie doesn't have anything overly offensive and is just a great movie for teens and parents to watch.