There is drinking by adults in restaurants as well as references to hooking up after being drunk.
There's a lot of swearing- although a part of which is done by a 13 year old.
There is making out, kissing, holding hands, straddling, references to sex, comments about sex that's going to happen, and almost innuendos. There's also implied sex, as well as naked pictures taken by a teen though you don't really see her.
Violence: There's a sort of fight where a few men lunge at each other, or punch the other but its done humorously.
Hilarious funny movie. Great film that depicts the dark sides of love and manages to be deep and thought provoking as well as hilarious and well directed at other parts.
Carell and Moore are excellent, funny and their characters are well done. Parents are very likable.
Gosling is excellent as his role, both funny, smooth, convincing, and heartwarming.
Stone is excellent as well, delivers hilarious lines, and has excellent chemistry with Gosling.
Stone's best friend in film - Liz Lapira-- has a minor albeit hilarious role with lines/actions delivered perfectly.
Tomei is hilarious as well.
Jonah Bobo-- excellent as a young actor, plays his part really, well and his hilarious.
Analeigh Tipton-- pulls off awkward really well, especially where she's trying to figure out how to take photos which she can clearly do since she was a finalist on Top Model
Great film-- teens 15 and up could see it. I'd pause for 14 year olds, and evaluate based on who your child is; at fifteen it should be fine.
A teenager persues a married man for whom she babysits for- worth considering before letting your kid watch. She also gives naked pictures to a 13 year old she used to babysit for.
Women in bar portrayed as silly though other main character women other than the teen are portrayed as intelligent and strong.