Parents need to know that The Ultimate Playlist of Noise has some positive messages but also some heavy themes and scenes as well as questionable behavior from the main characters. Teenagers drink, discuss drugs and sex, break into homes and closed businesses, nearly run over a man, yell at their parents, cause disarray and damage at a roller rink, and ignore worried messages from loved ones. There's talk of suicide, but the message of the film is that life is beautiful and worth living even despite hardships and setbacks. One character learns that his deceased sibling suffered a mental illness that made him behave in destructive ways, but his family chooses to remember only his better moments. Scenes with heavy emotion involve the main character's seizures, tumor diagnosis, pending hearing loss, and surgery. Language includes "f--k," "s--t," "bulls--t," "ass," "lick my ass," "badass," "bitchy," "hell," "damn," "goddamn," "God," "Jesus Christ," "wet dreams," "orgasm," "condom," "dildo," and "virgin."