I watched Parenthood when I was 13 and really enjoyed it (back then), now as a young adult it's still great but certainly not for kids that young! Funny? Yes, hilarious sometimes. But it's humor strictly for older teens and adults. It's the type of film you would be embarrassed to watch with your family! It's basically about the many struggles parents go through raising children, this film features three families who are related to one or the other. Main couple, Gil (Steve Martin) & his wife played by Mary Steenburgen are raising 3 children. One of them has some sort of severe social anxiety and does poorly in school. Gil's job doesn't help. Helen (Dianne Wiest) is a single mom raising her wild teen daughter (Martha Plimpton) and young son (Joaquin Phoenix) by herself. Her daughter always has her punk boyfriend (Keeanu Reeves) over and her son is always to himself. Then there's Susan (Harley Jane Kozak) and husband (Rick Moranis) raising their own young ones but have no clue where to start, their relationship soon deteriorates. The grumpy old father's other son comes to visit for only one reason (to borrow money from daddy) and complains about loan sharks harassing him for money he owes. Overall, It's very funny and definitely not boring. Language isn't frequent but words like sh*t, b*tch, sl*t is heard. Violence isn't bad, just mainly yelling and arguing, an office is vandalized, talk of a loan shark. Sexual content is fairly strong especially for a PG-13, we have a vibrator found by a child that embarrasses a woman, teen girl sneaks her boyfriend over in her room and mom says she heard moaning sounds all night, same teen couple take naked pictures of each other during sex (nothing shown) and her mom picks them up first by accident, some kissing, a young boy hides porn tapes in his room and mom finds out...she plays a tape to see what it is and we see a couple in bed with some moaning sounds, a teen boy is asked to talk to the young boy about his sexual feelings because he won't talk to anyone, a woman goes down on her husband as a joke while he's driving and they get in an accident, some talk about a single mom having sex with machinery, a few jokes here and there. There is some social drinking but not much. Okay for mature 15 and up (better suited for 17+ though).