I watched this when I was about 10. There are so many funny moments, like the "spider pig" scene. But, if your a parent and have never heard of the simpsons, if you have little kids, keep in mind that this is not the G-rated film you are used to showing.This is rated PG-13 for irrevent humor throughout. As for violence, since this is a comedy, most of the violence is done with comedic effect. Homer gets the sharp end of a hammer stuck in his eye, a robots shoots itself in the head ( can be heard muttering " to much pressure" because it's up to the robot to disconnect the wires of a bomb thats threatens to blow up springfield) Fat Tony ( a gangster) and his henchmen are shown dragging a dead body to the springfield river ( the body is in a bag but it's pretty obvious what it is) a mob attacking Homer, etc. But the only scene of blood is when Homer escapes the mob through a sinkhole in a sandbox, but it takes him a while to get in the sinkhole because he's too fat, and soon, he mostly gets in but the top of his head is sticking out, so the mob claws and scratches at his head and a little bit of blood in the scrachmarks shown. For language, there's "hell" (once or twice said by 9 year old bart), damn, one "goddamn" "crap" etc. For sex, Bart skateboards naked, and a bunch of objects cover barts privates, but once, for just a second, Barts privates are shown, and Bart lands on a window in a restaurant where Ned Flanders and his two sons are eating. Bart lands right as Flanders holds up a french fry right in front of his privates, and Flanders says " Boys, let's thank the lord for this bountifal... and then he shouts " PRIVATES" in shock whens he sees Bart naked on the window, prompting Flander's sons to repeat the last two words he said. Some references to being gay, like when in church Flander's says he has a confession to make, and Homer crosses his fingers and mutters "gay gay gay gay" . As for drinking, drugs and smoking, Bart is shown drinking whiskey and then passes out, and Jimbo and Dolph ( two school bullies) are shown smoking. As for consumerism, this is a tie-in the the Simpsons TV series, and Homer is seen playing " Grand Theft Walrus" a parody of grand theft auto. When Homer dresses his pet pig up, its a reference to Spiderman and Harry Potter. As far as quality goes, there are plenty of Hilarous moments, and when Marge, Lisa, and Bart leave Homer in Alaska to return to Springfield, theres just a hint of drama. This is a great movie, but parents, This is for kids of 10 and over.