Parents need to know that Stuber is an odd-couple action comedy about a new Uber driver named Stu (Kumail Nanjiani) who picks up Vic (Dave Bautista), a loud, aggressive LAPD officer recovering from eye surgery. Expect plenty of mature content: Violence is strong, with lots of guns and shooting, dead bodies, blood spurts/bloody wounds, some gore, martial arts-style fighting, punching, hitting with blunt objects, car chases, crashes, and explosions. Language is constant and profane, with countless uses of "f--k," "motherf----r," "s--t," and more. A scene in a male strip club includes brief, graphic, full-frontal male nudity, and there's plenty of sex talk, innuendo, and sexual gestures. Product placement is more obvious than in many movies, with constant references to Uber, plus sriracha, Nissan Leaf, Twitter, and LASIK. The bad guys are drug dealers, heroin is mentioned, and little bags of heroin are shown. A woman talks about drinking tequila and appears to be drunk. You'll likely chuckle a few times, but overall the movie feels rushed and routine.