Parents need to know that there's lots of crass humor, language, bullying, and mean behavior in Adam Sandler's Hubie Halloween. Though main character Hubie (Sandler) is a cheerful, kind, and brave man who succeeds in the end, Sandler, who is abled, plays him as if he has a mental disability. That's a problematic representation, and it also makes Hubie the target of constant cruelty (insults, pranks, having things thrown at him) from both kids and adults, including the local priest. The nasty behavior extends to other characters, with teens and couples treating each other callously and a teacher insulting a student in front of his classmates. Fart, poop, and erection jokes abound, and no opportunity is missed for vulgarity: A ghost sheet has pee stains, a dog eats its own poop, a hot dog is positioned on a bed where a man's penis would be, and Hubie's mom cluelessly wears used T-shirts with crude sexual sayings on them. There's also some kissing and lots of mild Halloween-themed scares. Teens drink and smoke at a Halloween party. Language includes potty talk, plus "s--t," "boner," "balls," "boogers," "ass," "buffoon," "suck," "peckerhead," "dummy," "boobie," "idiot," "crap," and "t-tty-twister."