Parents need to know that The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter is a comedy that attempts to deliver some viable messages about a father-son relationship. Filmmaker Jody Hill, who has a considerable fan base from such TV fare as Eastbound & Down and Vice Principals, specializes in leading male characters who are toxic to those around them, behave badly, and are clueless about their impact -- basically man-boys who live by their own harebrained rules. Hill's hero this time is the beleaguered deer hunter who sincerely believes that by sharing the thrill of his 12-year-old son's first kill, he and the boy will form a bond. Their days-long odyssey in the wild finds the "hero," his assistant, and most often his son, in very dangerous situations. There's a serious accident in an off-road vehicle, a near drowning in a raging river, and a plummet from a rope bridge. One of the men gets shot, bleeds profusely, and lies near death. In a series of film clips, deer are killed by rifle fire. Additionally, the young boy is "gifted" with both an assault rifle with laser site and a Winchester rifle. Expect lots of profanity (e.g., "s--t," "p---y," "hell," "damn," "jacking off"), as well as some inappropriate sexual banter with the child. He's also shown pornographic photographs not fully visible to the audience, but which the boy sees clearly. Characters smoke, drink, and give the boy sips of whiskey, and the dad gets drunk chugging from a bottle.