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We're the Millers
Crime, Comedy
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Rawson Marshall Thurber
Thomas Lennon as Rick Nathanson
Laura-Leigh as Kymberly
Tomer Sisley as Pablo Chacon
Nick Offerman as Don Fitzgerald
Matthew Willig as One-Eye
Mark L. Young as Scottie P.
Kathryn Hahn as Edie Fitzgerald
Ed Helms as Brad Gurdlinger
Will Poulter as Kenny Rossmore
Jason Sudeikis as David Clark
Emma Roberts as Casey Mathis
Ken Marino as Todd - Strip Club Owner
Luis Guzmán as Mexican Cop
Jennifer Aniston as Rose O'Reilly
Storyline: After being robbed of a week's take, small-time pot dealer David is forced by his boss to go to Mexico to pick up a load of marijuana. In order to improve his odds of making it past the border, David asks the broke stripper Rose and two local teenagers to join him and pretend they're on a family holiday.
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Definitely a film which belongs under the must watch section. so funny had me in stitches its witty,clever, funny, excitable. if you love comedy films then this is just the film for you. A well matched / unmatched family forced to do something to keep their heads a float. Great name for a great film. Seen this so many times now.Just cant stop watching it. It has just become one of my favourite films of all time. Perfect for any audience over the age of say 15 due to the drug nature in this film. anything with Jennifer Aniston is worth a watch in my eyes even if it was rubbish which it wasn't. 10 out of 10 from me. as previously described 'so dumb yet so funny' i agree completely. you will be surprised about how much you will laugh at this real film. its a bit like real life in so many ways but so funnier.
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This movie was quite funny, it made me laugh quite a lot - even though honestly I was expecting something else, originally friends told me to go and watch it and I hadn't even heard of the tittle but after watching at cinemas, honestly it was totally worth it, this is the kind of movies I wouldn't mind buying a ticket for and not the typical failures we get on screen these days. I have to say this movie will make you laugh from the beginning to the end, watch it friends you might pee your pants.

I have to admit stupidity is included but then again what comedy doesn't?

I have to admit even after leaving cinemas, I was still laughing till my stomach hurt.
"Millers" takes lots of familiar comedy trappings and makes them into an entertaining original
The most effective comedies tend to be the ones you swear you've seen before yet you can't name any other just like it. "We're the Millers" has lots of familiar pieces but puts them together in a new-ish package. Often funny, sometimes hilarious and always amusing, "Millers" doesn't raise the bar for R-rated comedy, but it works the formula in all the right ways.

The movie plays like a Farrelly brothers comedy, only it doesn't live and die by its jokes. There are some situational jokes involving awkward sexual situations, nudity and comedic violence, but what's more funny is the relationship dynamic between this "family."

Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Will Poulter and Emma Roberts are the Millers, as well as a pot dealer, stripper, awkward loner and homeless runaway, respectively. After David (Sudeikis) gets rolled by some thugs, he owes his old college friend and wealthy employer, Brad (Helms), a ton of money. He can square up with Brad, but only if he goes into Mexico and smuggles in a shipment of pot for him. To do so inconspicuously, David recruits a "family" of equally desperate individuals and they set out for a Fourth of July "RV trip" in Mexico. Of course what starts easy ends up going south (no pun intended) in a hurry.

These four actors are a pretty unusual group to begin with, though Aniston and Sudeikis both starred in "Horrible Bosses." Considering they all play degenerates of a sort who don't actually like each other, it makes their whole charade quite entertaining. The script could've played this premise out in really predictable fashion by sticking to typical family tropes, but Bob Faber and Steve Fisher ("Wedding Crashers") along with Sean Anders and John Morris ("Hot Tub Time Machine") take things a step further, crafting a lovable yet totally awful group of misfits who struggle to balance their personal motives with the idea of family spirit.

"Millers" doesn't completely steer clear of cliché territory and it sometimes plays off of homophobia for a few laughs, but it doesn't giggle at dirty humor and exploit its R rating in a way that seems fake like so many bad comedies do. The story acknowledges its outlandish premise early on and then just has fun with it, calling upon techniques used in road trip comedies, drug comedies, dysfunctional family comedies and more. Again, it's the idea of taking old tropes and building them into something more unique.

The actors all really fit their parts. Aniston's move toward raunchier films still has her playing a type, but even though "Millers" exploits her for her sex appeal, she gets moments of ownership in the script, which doesn't paint her into a stereotype of a stripper character. Sudeikis does his thing and does it well with a bit more license to utilize his different strengths.

Roberts does a good job changing perception of her character throughout the film, who sucks more than the others at the beginning, while Poulter is both lovable and hilarious as the clueless Kenny. Talents that are unusual and different like his (he doesn't fit a clear mold) can really take a typical comedy up a notch and he certainly adds something to this movie. Nick Offerman and Kathryn Hahn also provide top-notch supporting characters as a fellow RV couple.

Despite their illegal purpose and somewhat self-centered motivations, it's pretty impressive how easy it is to like the Millers the family, not to mention the film as a whole. The script does a great job of clearly showing how all four of them desire something good in their lives; they each demonstrate a desire to live better lives and be better people. That helps make things interesting when they're thrown into your typical raunchy comedy tumult.

"We're the Millers" gets a lot of the small things right, and some of the credit needs to go to director Rawson Marshall Thurber ("Dodgeball") who knows how to avoid the eye-rolling moments and to find some heart in spite of all the predictable comedic setup, in spite of knowing that even though they are doing this for money, the Millers will become somewhat of a family, or at least care about each other in the end.

There are so many times in "We're the Millers" when it could've lapsed into same-old same- old R-rated, drug-related, sexual, foul-mouthed humor, and arguably it does, but the premise and the attention give to the characters helps it avoid the falls of so many similar comedies.

~Steven C

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A lot more entertaining than I thought it would be.
Somewhere a few weeks ago I came across a list of 2013 movies that a fan made, of the better movies of that year. This one is on that list so I looked it up and found it on BluRay at my local public library. I watched it without my wife, this is NOT her kind of movie.

It is of course a silly comedy with lots of vulgar language and frank sexual references. Some of it falls totally flat but there are enough really funny moments that overall it is quite entertaining, for those who don't mind the sex talk and vulgar language.

It starts in Denver, Jennifer Aniston is a stripper, Rose O'Reilly, a neighbor is marijuana dealer Jason Sudeikis as David Clark, a young homeless female is Emma Roberts as Casey Mathis, and goofy young neighbor is Will Poulter as Kenny Rossmore.

Against all odds the four form a team to travel to Mexico in a large RV to transport a load of marijuana for a local distributor, Ed Helms as Brad Gurdlinger. David figures if they pretend to be a happy tourist family they can get back through the checkpoint without being checked. To his surprise, when they get there the Mexicans load up a ton of the drug.

The trip back across the border and to Denver doesn't go smoothly at all and that is where most of the humor is inserted. What starts out as four people who really have no desire to be with the others eventually turns into a "family" of sorts, each looking out for the other.

SPOILERS: Brad is totally dishonest, he had promised to pay David 1/2 $Million for delivering the drugs safely to him. But he backs out, and as soon as he does DEA agents descend on him, with David's cooperation. He and the rest of the impromptu "family" have to be put into witness protection and are relocated to a suburb, meeting the new neighbors over the fence they announce "We're The Millers."
If you're looking for a movie that is not funny at all yet tries to reproduce the "how to make a best seller" formula, and has the overly taken common characters that conform a cliché, you're in the right place.

Now, for me, this is a 3 out of 10 because it roughly surprised me at some point. The acting is bad; I wasn't able to mimic with any of the characters and feel what they feel and let myself enjoy the movie. The plot is too forced, and so not-possible that it makes me stand in the "Oh yeah, it's never gonna happen but it's just a movie so let's get along and keep watching" side. Now, I recognize there is people who actually likes to watch this kind of movies where what happens is what you expect to happen, so for you who are looking for "that summer movie to watch with a .."-wait a minute, No, I do not recommend this movie at all. To nobody. There's nothing new in it and there's nothing you're missing. It's such a bad movie it bothers me that it is so famous.
One of the best comedy reviews ever
Horrible Bosses is a great movie and also stars Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis who in this play Rose O'Reilly and David Clark. David is a drug dealer who makes a family all with interesting characteristics (of course) which is really funny and at times a but cringe-worthy but great all the while. Funny plot twists keep you on the edge of your seat and the way characters deal with that is very amusing. I went in to this film thinking it will be an alright comedy film but as it turns out i laughed hard throughout.

To summarize this is a great light-hearted comedy that is great to watch and have some fun with.
Strong Comedy!!!
I watched "we are the millers" last night and I must say it was awesome I had watched the hangover series so I decided to watch another Hollywood Comedy flick and I must say I was not disappointed.

The movie was awesome and every actor in this movie deserves a kudos!!! Every one has done a great job in this movie.

The actors have done a great job and the story was bit different so as Comedy which I liked the most and it has also showed some family feelings though they were not family but I liked it.

Overall a fun movie, and a must watch.after hangover I will rate this movie and after this there comes "Ted". And this is also a bit Unforgettable movie.
good comedy , to unwind a bit , mainly because of Jennifer Aniston.
We're the Millers is a comedy that is great to pass the time , I wanted to see this movie when it has launched , and I was pleased to see in cinemas, worth the ticket, fun enough, the cast has , Jason Sudeikis , Jennifer Aniston , a great actress of comedy , Will Pouter that is the best thing in the movie , he's very funny, had moments he made ​​me laugh me enough, Emma Roberts , the funny any less more not compromise the film, Ed Helms , Nick Offerman , Kathryn Hahn , Molly C. Quinn , Tomer Sisley , much of this as well , those who so badly in enough to compromise the film, the script is not enough to be good, I found the last act too hasty , and some moments are well unnecessary , We're the Millers is a good comedy , very only watch to unwind a little. Note 7.7
Better than expected
We're the Millers was a surprisingly fun and funny movie. Small time pot dealer played by Jason Sudeikis is robbed of the money he owes to his supplier, so to pay off the debt, the goofy and eccentric supplier sends him on a big time smuggling deal into Mexico. As cover, Sudeikis convinces stripper/neighbor Rose (Jennifer Aniston) to pose as his wife, runaway Casey (Emma Roberts) as their daughter, and young neighbor Kenny (Will Poulter) as their son-- and together they become the uber-American family, the Millers. Naturally, the situations and people they run into going and returning ensure nothing goes according to plan. There were lots of chuckle-out-loud moments (not so many full blown belly laughs), and it moved along at a pretty fast clip. The performances were all outstanding, especially Sudeikis. Loved watching him! Parents: some sexually suggestive scenes won't be appropriate for kids, or you'll have some 'splainin to do. All in all, a real fun film.
It is one of the few movies that make u laugh from the start till the very end!!!
David Burke (Jason Sudeikis) is a small-time pot dealer whose client includes chefs and soccer moms, but no kids-after all, he has his scruples. So what could go wrong? Plenty. Preferring to keep a low profile for obvious reasons, he learns the hard way that no good deed goes unpunished when he tries to help out some local teens and winds up getting jumped by a trio of gutter punks. Stealing his stash and his cash, they leave him in major debt to his supplier, Brad (Ed Helms). In order to wipe the slate clean-and maintain a clean bill of health-David must now become a big-time drug smuggler by bringing Brad's latest shipment in from Mexico. Twisting the arms of his neighbors, cynical stripper Rose (Jennifer Aniston) and wannabe customer Kenny (Will Poulter), and the tatted-and-pierced streetwise teen Casey (Emma Roberts), he devises a foolproof plan. One fake wife, two pretend kids and a huge, shiny RV later, the "Millers" are headed south of the border for a Fourth of July weekend that is sure to end with a bang.
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