Joseph-Gordon Levitt just cannot make a bad movie. He was born to act and proves it in this stunning performance as the hilarious lead character Wilee. Wilee is a bike messenger in the streets of New York, where danger is everywhere: from pedestrians to angry cabs. When he takes on a seemingly normal bike delivery things change drastically for him; the movie takes place in the following 1 to 2 hours of his life. The only serious issue you should have with letting your younger kids watch this film is the regular use of minor language. The more common words used were d---, s---, a--, and a main character frequently refers to/calls a cop d-----bag. The one f--- is used quite early on in the movie, and is quickly forgotten, it does not take a focal point in the scene either. Unlike a lot of PG-13 movies these days, there is hardly any sexual content. Only a few kisses between two characters and some innuendo. The violence is honestly not as horrible as the review describes or as bad as they could have made it. It is quite tastefully done without being overly graphic or barbaric. Multiple bike messengers are hit by cars, but a vast majority of it is when you are inside Wilee's mind as he maps out different routes and trying to decide what way he can go without being harmed. The most graphic that a visible injury gets in this movie are scraped knees, elbows, and faces. There is also one case of extremely painful bruised ribs. Like I said, not gory but just right. The man with the bad temper that they talk about in the review will not pause to think before he hits someone. At one point, he does beat a man to death. But at the end of the scene when he is trying to wake him up, the man grunts, which lets us know that he is not dead yet (but he does later die from his injuries). The same ill-tempered man also chokes a woman in order to receive information from her. I highly recommend this movie to families with kids about 13+ because the language and some violent content are just a little bit too much for younger audiences.