Parents need to know that Bankrolled is a 2021 Mexican satire on the gig economy and the young dot-com millionaires who make up problems and then invent apps to solve them. This movie suggests that greedy creators exploit gullibility and addiction to smartphones as they use social media, games, and likes to attract users who will feel good about politically correct behaviors. Since many teens live in an app-dominated world, this may appeal, partly for the merciless mockery of that obsession. Language includes "f--k," "s--t," "bitch," "piss," "ass," "butt," "rectal selfie," "damn," "balls," "hell," "p---y," "fecal matter," "screw," "vaginal," "anal," "cum," and "penis." A couple is seen comically having clothed sex briefly, and characters talk about sex. A woman advocating for breastfeeding pulls out her breast in public. Adults drink alcohol, smoke marijuana, and use and sell mind-altering substances, sometimes for performance enhancing and sometimes just to get high. The raunch factor here is high in terms of casual discussion of sex and a seemingly thoughtless and off-handed use of drugs. The movie mocks the supposed desire of app-makers to change the world for the better, suggesting instead that many of them just want to make money. In Spanish with English subtitles.