||Near the beginning, a man drops a towel that covers him during a massage session, male buttocks are visible for a few seconds.
There are some strong, crude sex references including to masturbation and oral sex.
women dancing in scantily clad women.
||Coarse language is featured in the film, but is not excessive.
The film contains frequent uses of coarse language, such as the expletive "f**k" and the stronger expletive "motherf**ker", mainly used by one of the main characters out of frustration or when under duress. There are also other uses of strong language ('c**ksucker'), as well as use of milder bad language ('shit', 'ass', 'dick').
As the character is featured prominently in the film and the expletives are peppered throughout, it would be more appropriate for an older audience.
||The film contains numerous scenes of drug use by the two main characters, where they are seen smoking joints, snorting cocaine and lighting and smoking a bong.
In one scene, the two characters can be seen smoking a joint in a car before going for a big meeting where they end up looking stoned in front of their interviewers.
||'War Dogs' is a biographical comedy crime drama about a massage therapist who decides to switch careers to partner his high school friend to deal in the international arms trade.
The pair wins a $300 million-dollar contract from the Pentagon to arm America's allies in Afghanistan, but their inexperience and greed soon lands them in trouble.