🎦 We're the Millers full movie HD download (Rawson Marshall Thurber) - Crime, Comedy. 🎬
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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Very entertaining and a good laugh
As far as comedies go this is certainly one of the best I've watched over the last few months. It is an interesting combination of characters which work really well together. You've got the drug dealer, the geek, the stripper and the runaway (who in my opinion is more of a rebel than anything else).

The story itself isn't the strongest element of this movie, however in my opinion Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston and Will Poulter all deliver a really great performance.

As funny as Ed Helms is in 'The Hangover' I feel the script didn't really allow for his character to emerge as much.

Overall I really enjoyed watching this movie and I recommend it to anyone looking for a good laugh.
A Thoroughly Enjoyable Fare!
We're The Millers is a comedy that is not meant to be taken seriously. It features Jason Sudekis in the lead role of a small- time drug dealer and Jennifer Aniston as a stripper. Now, this guy gets the opportunity to go to Mexico and smuggle some drugs to the United States in exchange for 100 Grand. David undertakes this risky mission and realizes that he will be less suspicious if he went to Mexico with a family.

To form his fake family, he hires Rose the stripper, his teenage neighbor and a homeless girl who reluctantly agrees to be a part of this mission for 1000 dollars. The fake family is disguised as The Millers.

For the majority of the movie, we follow the crazy, reckless adventures that involve threats to their lives by drug cartels. The film derives its humor from the conversations that the characters have with each other.

We're The Millers has its flaws but it works as it does not try to be anything other than what it is, that is, a mindless comedy. If you can ignore some of the plot holes in this story, you will surely enjoy this enjoyable movie.
Comedic brilliance
What can you say about a film that has Jennifer Aniston doning lingerie and showing off that magnificent body. Not only is she amazing her comedic talent is down right raunchy and funny from the get go. The plot of this film is generic as it is drug deals gone wrong but the comedic performances of Aniston, Sudekis, Poulter and Roberts just makes the entire ensemble fascinating. I don't think I laughed that hard in quite awhile. Ed Helms brings a funny bad guy overture and the storyline of running into other campers is just hilarious as the dialouge moves between them. If you want a comedic relief and a couple hours of non stop laughter then this is the film for you
Hilarious Action Comedy !!!
This movie had me in fits of laughter. I love Jennifer Aniston. She played Joanna in my favourite movie of all time, Mike Judge's, 'Office Space'.

The movie is fast paced and there's not a boring moment throughout it. The story line is straight forward and so you don't have to spend much time thinking too hard. You get to sit back and laugh for 110 minutes which is really great.

There are some really funny lines in the movie and my favourite one of all which had me in fits of laughter was, 'You can buy a house and run away from it' (this will only make sense within the context of the movie).

Highly recommended if you want to relieve some stress after a hard day at work.
We're the Millers
Ridiculous comedy has this assemblage of characters, from differing walks of life ("cute, homeless gutterpunk" Emma Roberts, "super-hot cheap stripper" Jennifer Anniston, "late-thirties dope dealing low-life with a keen sense of raunchy wit" Jason Sudeikis, and "clueless next-door neighbor who is harmless and innocuous" Will Poulter) together by a drug dealer needing to drive through Mexican border to attain a "smidge" of weed for a loathsome affluent scumbag businessman (played with that pearly-white smile that offers a degree of ease but hides a sinister intent and double-crossing white collar creep just waiting to break free, played by Ed Helms), stolen from a real dealer soon to pursue them for the taken cargo. The film has this absurd "if it could go bad, it does with some degree provide good as a result" constant to it, as there are a number of "events" that plague the "Millers" like a very bad spider bite, a very classic striptease needed to stave off an execution, the "weed baby" named Lebron, the family kiss caught by a girl Poulter's Kenny adores that is seen as highly improper, how drugs are stolen by a gang that was about to abuse Roberts with Poulter encouraging Sudeikis to intervene, a potential "couples exchange" in a tent that must be diverted, an intense ordeal where it appears that the border patrol might be on the verge of searching the RV of the Millers with thankful assistance on their behalf by illegals trying to cross, and a needful male blowjob to a Mexican cop in order to escape possible prison time. This is a comedy loaded with foul language and raunchy humor but this cast is a marvel…their chemistry is swell and it helps when their banter causes back-and-forth swapped insults and growing affection. I loved Roberts in this and Poulter stole every moment he's in. Sudeikis and Anniston share a peachy connection that makes even their harshest comments to each other bubble energetically. Anniston's striptease is an obvious highlight and her body has never looked more delectable. The kiss between Anniston, Poulter, and Roberts is cute and makes for the most unusual of family bonding time. Roberts "scolding" by Anniston and Sudeikis over a carnival worker with "No Ragrets" tattooed on his chest is another key scene in family bonding. The plot is far-fetched, to say the least, but the cast just make this damn thing purr.
This movie is good...like really good, you know i'm sayin ??
Wow, this movie is pure fun.I just don't want to ruin the fun so i will try my best to write this review spoil-free.

This is the story of a presumably "Vacation" type family who gets into as much trouble as unexpected.There are so many fun twists and they are so good, trust me.The humor is just excellent, acting is mind blowing, especially when it comes to brawling.It's stupidly funny. If you haven't watched this movie, then it's a MUST WATCH!!
You are going to laugh!!!!
We're the Millers is going to make you laugh. The movie is more hilarious than you would think. You will be surprise how creative some of those "stupid", funny and ridiculous scenes are. The girls are doing a great job. Emma Roberts as an angry teen with a big mouth and Jennifer Aniston as a sexy stripper with mother instincts. Loved the stripper scenes with Jennifer who looks as hot as ever. Kenny (Will Poulter)is just so perfect for the part of virgin, sweet teenage guy and of course Jason Sudeikis as David - the drug dealer - is the one and only who can pull that character as good as he did. The Millers are just the perfect "family". They picked just the right people for this comedy. You can expect dirty, funny, sexy, ridiculous! Just go and see it so you can have a good summer laugh!
Miller's Crossing
Blackmailed into smuggling drugs across the Mexican border, a small-time drug dealer lures three social misfits to pose as his family to avoid suspicion in this energetic comedy starring Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Emma Roberts and Will Poulter. The zest of the film lies with the principal cast, all of whom are in top form. The film particularly comes alive as the foursome jump back and forth between assuming family stereotype roles from overprotective parent, to concerned sister to confused son and so on. There are also several great moments as they keep running into a vacationing police officer and his wife, who turn out to be less conservative than they first appear, while the likes of Luis Guzmán and Ed Helms have great cameo roles. As a comedy, the film is nevertheless uneven with several gags that are telegraphed way too far in advance (walking in on the kissing; the spider bite) and the antagonists are a bit too comical to be fearsome, but when the film does work, it shines. There is a hilarious line regarding a local Apple Store and some great running gags. Fans of Jennifer Aniston will probably take interest in her striptease scene, though the best gag with her happens during the closing credits. Flawed as it may be, 'We're the Millers' is certainly an amusing look at four lonely individuals who, quite by chance, form a really good surrogate family.
Seen it all before
Formulaic 'comedy' very much in the style of The Way Way Back (which seems to bit a bit zeitgeist at the moment) in these sense that it presents us with characters that are mildly objectionable that we are 'supposed' to dislike but of course can't help ourselves really because they all turn out to be so lovable and give us that false sense of having witnessed character development by the end of the film when they all turn out to be completely different from how we expected even though of course this is a fallacy because it's so tame, so unoriginal and so formulaic that we aren't hoodwinked for a second so the satisfaction of unexpectedly seeing bad guys turn good is removed from the start. In Millers, the characters we are given are; the moral 40-year old drug dealer (he doesn't sell to kids you know), the hard-faced 40-year old stripper who actually turns out to be really nice (surprise, surprise), the homeless girl (with a mobile phone no less) who is actually revealed to be really pretty and intelligent and the geeky virgin teen boy that is supposed to strike a chord with the maternal instincts in its female audience and be a character for the jocks in the audience to laugh at. A series of situations and mishaps occur much in the vein of any modern Hollywood comedy. While the situations themselves may be new, the characters, style and overall storyline certainly are not and we've seen it all before. I admit it raised a few laughs a points but it's one of those films where, even if the odd scene or two are quite funny, at about half way through you wonder why you are wasting your time. I couldn't even watch it to the end. Who on earth could be fooled by such formulaic nonsense you may wonder? Yet it achieves a score of 7.1 out of 10 on IMDb (at the time of writing).
An other good answer to "What is funny?"
This movie had a lot of very great actors and actresses who is so funny I almost laughed my a*s off #SPOILERALERT I personally think the funniest moment was in the wan when they listened to "waterfalls" and Kenny ("Will Poutler") rap along with the music #SPOILEROVER. This movie is defiantly one I can watch again and again. Take my advice and watch it if you haven't already watched it. "Jennifer Aniston" showed some really great and funny acting with the whole (maybe #SPOILERALERT) striper thing (#SPOILEROVER) and the whole concept of the movie is just plane genius the way it takes all these different kind off problems and just stack them on top of each other is awesome. This movie is kind of in that category that can't be said or written with words you know (hopefully). I think that this movie is something you shouldn't live without haven't seen (Hope i'm not being to dramatic) so see it. Have A Good Time Watching This Movie Says Ida<3.
📹 We're the Millers full movie HD download 2013 - Thomas Lennon, Laura-Leigh, Tomer Sisley, Nick Offerman , Matthew Willig, Mark L. Young, Kathryn Hahn, Ed Helms, Will Poulter, Jason Sudeikis, Emma Roberts, Ken Marino, Luis Guzmán, Jennifer Aniston, Molly C. Quinn - USA. 📀