I had pretty bad expectations going into the movie, and watching the movie pretty much validated my concerns. It was certainly hyped up beyond reason and the jokes where, well, as hit-and-miss as you could get. I liked the stand-up that Kevin Hart puts on, but a movie would be horrible because his routines, like most other routines, are pretty random.
I would have liked it to be more like The Heat, where almost all of the jokes hit hard and the ones that didn't hit didn't bring onto themselves much attention. In this movie, not many of the jokes hit and the ones that didn't had a LOT of attention focused around them.
Also, the movie was VERY similar to all of those other somewhat-metiocre Ice Cube movies: that is, a lesson has to be tied in about family that gives it many pointless drama elements in his style. If you like that, go ahead and watch it. I personally hate those movies.
LANGUAGE: The language was pretty crude for a PG-13 movie. As you probably
SEX: Sexuality was also kinda tugging at the R region. A lot of sexual references throughout. A reference that I just can't get over is "Black Hammer"; Figure it out.
VIOLENCE: Not a good judge of that, but I remember some blood and gunplay. There was enough violence to qualify as PG-13. Some people are killed, and drug and arms dealing is a factor. I was more worried about the other stuff more.
CONCLUSION: Don't watch it unless you like comedies that have morals from Are We There Yet and the verbal comedy that could be found in a bad episode of Tyler Perry's House of Payne. Also, kids should be kept away.
Do you remember those Are We _____ Yet movies? Although they were PG, it tried to put some PG-13 material for attempted comedy. This is kinda like that, keeping a PG-13 face but trying to get close to the R area.