Parents need to know that Handsome: A Netflix Mystery Movie is a comedy starring, directed, and cowritten by Jeff Garlin, a favorite of Curb Your Enthusiasm fans. Garlin plays "Gene Handsome," a socially awkward police detective who lives an isolated, lonely life with his beloved Great Dane. A grisly murder occurs. Handsome gets the case and his efforts to solve it lead him to a gaggle of oddball interested parties and suspects, some back in his own neighborhood. Everything, other than the mild poignancy of Handsome's personal life, is meant to be funny, and that includes a decapitated body, brash sexual advances, and frequent off-color language. Expect to hear profanity (i.e., "f--k," "s--t"), frequent references to sex and bodily functions (i.e., "p---y," "rectum," "t-ts," "vagina," and "d--k," "booty call"), and a few ethnic or sexual gender jokes (Jewish, Japanese, a gay stereotype). A few fights, one fueled by alcohol, and the aftermath of the movie's one murder are the only scenes that contain or imply violence. Sexuality consists of come-ons, kissing, and a man waking up in bed after a sexual liaison. Characters are shown drinking beer and with other adult beverages in bar and party scenes. Not for kids.