Parents need to know that Rough Night is a dark, over-the-top bachelorette-party-gone-wrong comedy starring Scarlett Johansson, Kate McKinnon, and more. Expect binge drinking, drug use, crude sexual situations, strong language, and violence played for laughs. Three people are killed during the movie; their deaths are joked about and/or blithely explained away. A dead body stars in a number of visual gags: propped up in a leather sex swing with a goofy mask on, kissed by a woman trying not to let others discover he's dead, etc. Characters try to dispose of a dead body to evade murder charges; they clean up a large pool of blood with towels. Sexual situations include a three-way scene in which a woman receiving implied oral sex shrieks and moans (no graphic nudity). Jokes also reference infidelity, sexually transmitted diseases, sex toys, fetishes, picking up strangers at gas stations to pay them for sex acts, and other mature topics. Characters who want to get wasted drink tons of liquor, including champagne and shots; they vomit and make fatal mistakes under the influence. They also snort cocaine, smoke pot, take pills to stay awake, and buy methamphetamine. Frequent strong language includes "hell," "damn," "bitch," "c--t," "ass," "f--k," and more.