Violent. But, mostly consider this movie was more for the teen crowd, for Ben Stiller's liking.
Epicboy21, here, yet, again. This movie, despite being rated PG by the MPAA, is somewhat violent, as, there are, at least two sequences with Walter (Ben Stiller, in the title role), being beaten up, one, in a fantasy. One involves in an X-ray machine, in the middle of the movie, that they Taser him in the nuts, and, that, in another sequence, the sequence of Walter's dreams: him beating up a co-worker over a toy, and, in a bar, he's beaten up, by this thuggish-looking man. No blood, though, one character trips off his bike, and, a tiny bit of blood, is, seen, on their forehead. The sexual references were things like a man suggested Walter go to a "strip-club", which is apparently "down the street", Walter mentions after Kristen Wiig (his crush in the movie, who plays Cheryl, his actual crush's name), does auditions for Grease, that it was too hard to do a role, just, because, of a "teenage sex with drinking". Really, also, that, the language isn't all that tame, but, still, Walter uses, the words, "Don't be such a d**k", "Oh, sh**", "Oh, cr*p" and similar language. The mature themes, however, also, include, workplace bullying, and, probably, the bit where he's fighting for his toy, in, an elevator, very reminiscent of something, like, Bourne, or, something, at, least. Anyway, this movie is inspiring, one of those "movies with a strong plot and an inspiring message to get the smallest things". Stiller also directs, and, puts this movie, into motion, in glorious 2.35:1 or 2.40:1 letterbox, at, the, very, least. Some, social, drinking, just, maybe. Anyway, thankyou for reading.
What other families should know
Too much violence
Too much sex
Too much swearing
Too much consumerism
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking