Not family-friendly -- 50-plus curse words and testicle/boob jokes
I realize families have different definitions of "family-friendly," but I suspect The Next Level falls far short of that phrase for most parents in the U.S. -- and that's why it's rated PG-13. It has more than 50 curse words (include 7-8 GDs), a lengthy joke about "testicles" and "balls," and a joke about "boobs." That's the worst part, although there are two passionate kisses (sort of played for laughs) and a few scary parts, too.
It leads to the question: What is the target audience? Based on the plot and "feel" of the film, I'm guessing the studio is aiming this one at families with young children/teens. If so, they're clueless. I'm hoping that for the next film (the film's ending teases a third movie), they tone stuff down.
It's disappointing they added the adult content, because the film has GREAT messages (don't try to be someone else; learn to forgive, etc.).
Unless you want your kids making jokes about balls and boobs for the next month -- and you're comfortable with tons of language -- you might want to skip this one.