If you watched this thinking it was going to be some sorta "kiddie" film with the children as the main characters because of the "little" in the name, then you're outta luck and it turns out, that this really isn't meant for little children and might upset those who thought it was. Do you're research before you watch this one with your kiddos. Anyways, it was still a pretty good film. There were a few really funny moments, but a lot of the jokes will most likely fly over young ones' heads. As for violence and scariness, there is a little, like for example, Jack and Greg fight at a birthday party and there is one creepy scene in particular where Kevin puts Henry (Greg's son) to sleep and you can hear Henry's neck snap. As for sexuality, Henry asks a question about a girl's private parts and Andi tries to get Greg drunk, so they can "you know what" and there a few other iffy moments that I would not recommend little children to see. The language is like any other PG-13 movie, but of course, the "Focker" in the name is supposed to imply the "f" word. It was the same thing with past movies, so it isn't anything new, but I still don't suggest your children imitating the word anyway. Like I said before, don't take your kids into this thinking it's a children's movie because it's not. In fact, it's the complete opposite and most jokes will most likely appeal to adults rather than children anyways, but that aside, it was still pretty funny.