I watched this in history class as part of an end of term treat and I think all of us had a good time but I don't think I'll showing this to my sisters anytime soon. Not only was the humor slightly too mature for third graders, the gags were basically nonstop, making it rather difficult to digest what is happening onscreen all at once. As the story is basically parodying the legends of the Holy Grail and King Arthur, it's obvious that there is going to be some bloodshed slipped into the feature but the blood here is so fake, it's not much of a big deal. Probably the only real questionable scene, that pretty much everyone else has brought up as well, is the one where Sir Galahad comes across a castle filled with female virgins desiring to be spanked. As an almost 14 year old, even I had a hard time figuring out what was exactly going on in that scene but it was clear that those ladies were desperate to have sex and near the end of that scene, the S word is used once. But this movie will have your entire family quoting all of the funny bits for a LONG time, so it's definitely worth the plunge if you have teens by your side.