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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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Geeky Randy's summary
Fun and clever little R-rated comedy about a group of four mismatched pot smugglers posing as a clean-cut middle-class family… with, of course, hilarious consequences. Poulter hits the spot with his take on the Lopes "Waterfalls" rap, and Helms is terrific as cannabis-kingpin Brad Gurdlinger. Even though the entire cast does a good job, the four core characters seem strangely underdeveloped, leaving the viewer somewhat apathetic towards their conflict. Ironically, no characters are seen consuming marijuana. Poulter deservedly received plenty of recognition for his part, including breakthrough/newcomer nominations from Empire UK and MTV Movie Awards.

*** (out of four)
Surprisingly Entertaining
I was really excited to see this movie when I saw the trailer, because I thought it looked hilarious, and I'm a huge fan of Jason Sudeikis and I absolutely adore Jennifer Aniston, and I can guarantee that it does not disappoint. It was actually better than I was expecting it to be, because you don't usually expect much from drug dealing comedies. The plot in this was actually pretty clever, and to be honest Will Poulter's character Kenny really makes the entire movie. He played it so well, and he was perfectly awkward and strange, it was hilarious. It was definitely one of the best comedies I've seen in a while. Sure it did have some corny moments that are unrealistic, but I overall enjoyed the movie.
Family redefined. Along the same old lines. Funny!!
We're the Millers (2013)

Okay, this seems like just another goofy comedy, but it's pretty great. It's funny, has lots of fun twists, and some good comic lines. But more than that, it creates a kind of intimacy and sense of real family (a sense of it) that makes you realize what family is all about. Yeah, unlikely, I know, but it works. When the two "fake" parents start to act like real ones, it's funny but also moving.

Who woulda thought?

It's hard to say who pulls this off—clearly the "parents" are terrific, Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis. And the two kids are pretty good too, if clichéd. But what makes it all happen is the breezy comic writing. The basic set up is filled with clichés, and you have to like corny humor to really enjoy the play on these. So there are drug lords and immigrations officials. There are dorky RV tourists and clueless bystanders everywhere. But kick back and don't' expect too much and be surprised.

And don't miss the bloopers in the final credits. Among them is a great moment where they play the theme to "Friends" on the RV radio, and it seems to catch Aniston by surprise. Group admiration.
Great Eentertainment Value.... Light Comedy Movie
We're the Millers was nowhere on my list till very recently when I came across this in one of the wishlists on IMDb. With an average rating of 7, I knew it could go either way - luckily it went the right way as the movie didn't disappoint at all.

Story (8/10): The plot is about how a seasoned drug dealer, with the help of a completely made-up and a dysfunctional family, smuggles in a bountiful of weed into the US from Mexico. With a wife (stripper), son (weird "inexperienced" teenager) and a daughter (runaway teenager), he sets off on a journey where he'll not only need to escape from the police and the border control but also manage his completely out of sync "family" till he reaches back. While the story is interesting, it is the screenplay that elevates it with brilliant punches, one- liners, and hilarious sequences.

Acting (8/10): This is the second Jason Sudeikis movie I've watched after Mother's Day, and he is one of the most natural actors I am seeing off late in Hollywood. Apart from him, Will Poulter shined with a more difficult role to play and he did it very well with his amazing expressions. Jennifer Anniston was great with brilliant chemistry with Jason Sudeikis (which is perhaps why they almost paired again in Mother's Day). Emma Roberts was great to watch in her role as a runaway, self-learned teenager who is probably the most outspoken of the four. The rest of the cast supported the movie well. However, it was largely a Sudeikis movie.

Direction (9/10): Rawson impresses with the direction. Some of the sequences were very well conceptualized. He brought the best out of the cast and does a commendable job of creating a very light and hilarious movie.

Overall (8/10): Overall, the movie has a great entertainment value and a definite watch in case you are in a mood a light comedy movie.
100% Hilarious
I never miss a film which involves the magnificent and beautiful as well as talented Jennifer Aniston! I've seen all her films from Leprechaun (1993) to the present and I sure was never going to miss this belter of a film!

We have Jason Sudeikis as David - the drug dealer - who is the leader of the "family" who has to enter Mexico to pick up drugs for a wannabe drug lord played by Ed Helms. I laughed so hard when he jumped off the balcony and landed on top of the bin instead of in it.

If you really like/love Jennifer Aniston for her role as Rachel Green on FRIENDS and her other film appearances, you will really love her more in this film! Jennifer Aniston plays Rose O'Reilly - a sexy stripper - whose maternal instincts kick in when she finds a friend in Casey Mathis who is played by Emma Roberts. Personally, I really loved the stripper scenes with Jennifer Aniston who looks as hot as ever and IN MY OPINION, she is the epitome of beauty in my eyes. As the years go on, her beauty is undeniably flawless! Also, I loved the scene in the back of the plane when she prays with the "family".

We have Emma Roberts as an angry teen - known as Casey Mathis - with a big mouth. I really liked her performance in the film as she really bounced off the characters of Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis. My favourite scene involving her is when she is hugged by Kenny and she fiercely tells him to let go.

Kenny (Will Poulter) reminds me when I was a teenage guy - shy and a virgin. I can relate to him. There are two scenes I liked involving Kenny and the first scene is when he raps and the second scene I like is when he is kissed by both Emma Roberts and Jennifer Aniston! 100% LUCKY!!!!!!!!!

Overall, this film was extremely funny, very sexy and dirty. The Millers are just the perfect "family". God Bless Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis as these two actors are very funny and I'm sure Emma Roberts as well as Will Poulter will have successful careers ahead.

Peace Out Ya'll!
Finally!!! A solid comedy!!!
I have to admit I didn't expect to like this movie as much as I did. I laughed during the whole movie and truly didn't notice how did the time pass by. For me this is the best American comedy I've seen in the past couple of years. Very well directed, very good cast. The movie is very casual but at the same time so full of content. I can't come up with any flaws in it. It was not gooey like you would normally expect. Jennifer Aniston was just marvelous as always. I also liked Will Poulter very well.

I recommend the film to everyone, not only comedy lovers (I'm surely not one of those).
Disney and Jennifer Anniston sink to a New Low
In the movie "The Millers", Disney and Jennifer Anniston sink to a new low. For Disney to put their name on this movie is sad. The "F" word repeated over and over again is not comedy. The "daughter" told the flight attendant on the airplane trip to Mexico that she has missed her last few periods, and she doesn't know how that could be, since all she has done lately is anal sex. And the "father" trying to get his "wife" to give a corrupt Mexican policeman oral sex is also not comedy. Then when that fails, Disney thinks that the adult "father" trying to get his "son" to give a blow job to the Mexican policeman is the height of comedy. Jennifer Anniston "acting in" and lending her name to this film shows her little regard she has for herself now. And going around the country touting this movie and her stripping moves, without telling what the movie is really like, is false advertising. Parents who brought their children to see a Disney comedy got a terrible surprise. Needless to say, we walked out and got our money back, and I recommend that anyone else not even go in. Unless that is your idea of comedy.
Much better than expected.
After watching the trailers I thought it's just gonna be a forgettable, try-hard and cliché movie. I never thought I'd watch it but my friends were raving about it so I thought I'd give it a go.

Boy was I wrong! I LOVED it: it was fresh, engaging,sweet without being schmaltzy and genuinely funny. Often I was laughing out loud like at the weed baby and Will Poulter rapping "Waterfalls". Jason Sudiekis, Jenifer Aniston, Emma Roberts and Will Poulter all acted wonderfully and their chemistry was key in this movies awesomeness. I just loved the warmth of the family bonding and the romance seemed natural and not forced. Don't listen to critics or trailers and watch this great movie to see what I mean!!
"Miller time got interrupted by irrelevance."
It's good to see an original film come once in a while but even with that there's always going to be some part of the writing that doesn't make sense or work at all. In this film, we're primarily focused on four different characters that are partnered together in a drug-smuggling ring for money and personal satisfaction. Of course, as a road-trip film, there's always going to be some constant complications between the relationships and situations everyone embarks into.

With most of the film being straightforward and self-aware, there's also parts where it becomes disjointed and too prolonged with nonsense. While most of the film has humor, action, and suspense set in the right place, it quickly becomes a hassle to await for the execution. Like most films, the cast and crew bring their fullest performances and provides a vast and subjective presentation for everyone, but it doesn't mean all viewers will be satisfied.

Even though some viewers may enjoy this, it doesn't change that there could have been so much more to this that once again failed in almost the rest of the film when you think it could get crazier. The Millers should have spent more time together with their own family issues. Instead of that, Miller time got interrupted by irrelevance.
It's worth a watch on if you're looking for a good laugh and not much more.
We're the Millers (2013) This is a comedy about a small-time pot dealer who convinces his neighbors to help him by pretending to be his family, in order to smuggle drugs from Mexico into the United States. It stars Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis, Emma Roberts, Nick Offerman, Molly Quinn, and Ed Helms. The movie received mixed reviews, but was a huge box office success. The film was nominated for several awards. A sequel is rumored to be in the works. This is your average comedy with some cheap gags. It's a little Smokey and the Bandit meets Vacation. It's worth a watch on if you're looking for a good laugh and not much more.
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