Parents need to know that City Slickers is a 1991 classic comedy with bad language, perilous situations, and derogatory sexual references and behavior. Mitch (Billy Crystal), Ed (Bruno Kirby), and Phil (Daniel Stern) are three New Yorkers having midlife crises, who go west to take part in a cattle run that goes awry. The main characters get involved in life-threatening situations, such as being gored by a bull and almost dying in a rushing river. Heavy drinking leads to the death of two horses and the maiming of a minor character, as well as threats with a gun and a fistfight. There's talk of a knife fight and a man being "slit from neck to nuts." Lead characters have affairs, display sexist behavior, and make lewd comments about the only woman on the ranch, and two drunk cowboys verbally sexually harass her. There's drinking of beer, wine, whiskey, and cocktails, as well as cigarette smoking, and one character chews tobacco. Cursing includes "s--t," bitch," "goddamn," "f--got," "t-ts," "ass," "crap," and "balls." While the tone is light and humorous, frequent lanuage, sexual references, and adult themes make this unsuitable for younger viewers.