Does the original printings justice
For those who may not know, this movie was intended to represent not just the books of the same name, but the original printings of said books, with the more horrific illustrations; in that manner, it succeeds very well.
Some of the movie is preachy; we get it, Nixon bad, in some measure "the right" is bad, but that's easy to dismiss. The movie itself is fairly well acted, lots of fun, humorous and just raunchy enough that teens should love it.
Violence is minimal, though the scares contain threats of violence and there are plenty of disturbing scenes and images; the scene with the bizarre woman in the hospital was thematically mature but not graphic in the slightest, for example.
More language than I expected, but nothing outright offensive for teens. Sexy stuff is minimal, though there are angles played for humor. Some literal toilet humor, which ends up fairly funny.
All in all, as a child who read the original books who's now taking my teenagers to this movie, it's very good. Thank you, Mr. Del Toro.