Parents need to know that True Memoirs of an International Assassin, a Netflix original movie, is a comedy vehicle for Kevin James as Sam Larson, an "Everyman" hero. In movie terms, audiences are supposed to relate to this ordinary fellow who finds himself caught up in an extraordinary adventure. Filled with exaggerated violence, gunplay, fistfights, crashing cars, stabbings, explosions, characters dangling from great heights, rioting, abductions/captivity, and several point-blank, head-shot kills, Sam Larson is out of his element, tragically unprepared for the scrapes in which he finds himself, and must rise to superhero status to extricate himself from a situation totally out of his control. Though the intent is comic throughout, the violence is played as real with the bloody aftermath of gunshots used to heighten the action. The leading female protagonist is highly competent, strong, and brave; however, other women appear in seductive or skimpy clothing and are used as eye candy. A villain wears a Speedo-style bathing suit for an extended sequence. Occasional language includes "s--t," "a--hole," "bitch," and "goddamn," and there is one barely audible use of "f--k." Expect some alcohol use throughout.