Parents need to know that Vacation Friends strings together scenes of excess with vulgar language, sexual references, drinking, and drugs. Kids may be interested because it features WWE star John Cena, but this movie isn't intended for kids. While on vacation in Mexico, four adults let loose for a week with heavy drinking and a variety of drugs that elicit wild behavior. On the last night, the main character blacks out and can't remember what happens, but he's convinced there was sex involved. We learn the details later. There's more sex talk than activity in this film, though we do see a man's naked bottom and women moving back and forth on top of a man (fully dressed, seen from the waist up). Expect a fair amount of crude sexual and anatomical references. Another unintentional drug trip is portrayed in wild colors, sounds and hallucinations. There's mention or use of cocaine, psychedelic mushrooms, pills, DMT, and marijuana. Some violence is played entirely for comedy, including an apparent gunshot wound, a boat crash, and a fist fight. There are also some jokes about drug trafficking, human trafficking, child abduction, infertility, and cancer. Language includes variations on "f--k," "s--t," "bitch," "goddamn," "damn it," "ass," "d--k," and more.