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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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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.
Incredibly funny.
OK seriously, nobody would ever believe that Jennifer Aniston is a stripper. She is the most generic person ever and doesn't have a natural bad-ass bone in her body. Thankfully for most of the movie she plays a Susie bakes a lot homemaker which suits her to a tee. Aside from her the casting is perfect and makes the movie. Will Poulter is especially fantastic as Kenny the naive virgin son. He steals the scene regularly and adds some necessary morality.

I was incredibly impressed with how funny the movie really is. From the trailer it looks like it might be a little lame but surprisingly it's laugh out loud funny with a hint of perversion. There are definitely some grossly disgusting to watch moments but they are done very well and only add value to the movie. Overall We're the Millers is a great film that delivers many laughs.
No Ragrets
I absolutely fell in love with this movie simply because it's nowhere close the movies you usually see in the cinema. I payed for the movie expecting the usual family story with a couple of fun scenes. I hadn't read the summary so I had no idea what it was all about. To say the truth, I was pleasantly surprised. The actors definitely fit the people they are playing and it's really beautiful. I don't want to spoil anything so I'll speak in general. The story line is something outstanding. It is so unbelievably crazy that it sucks you right in. It's something that shows you a totally different kind of life.Something crazy.Something extreme. And all that happening in a family van. It reminds me of Bethoven. No, not the composer-the movie.Only instead of a dog they were loaded with drugs. Some of these stuff are were so insane... so disturbing.It really drives your humor up a notch testing how uncomfortable you can get while still finding it hilarious. Me?- I found it hysterical.

It really refreshes your sense of humor and makes you forget all about the burdens of life. I definitely don't "ragret" watching it.
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).
Wow...Surprisingly great
I have to say that I agree with every other reviewer on this film. I really went into this movie thinking that it was going to be another dumb comedy. One of those stupid comedies with stupid one liners and ridiculous antics. I expected to hate it, but boy was I wrong. Normally I can't stand movies like this, but this movie was surprisingly amazing. Jennifer Aniston has definitely redeemed herself in my eyes, and Jason Sudeikis was a breath of fresh air. I had no idea who Jason Sudeikis was coming into this show. I don't watch SNL ever because, as far as I'm concerned, it hasn't been funny since the original cast of Belushi, Radner, Aykroyd, and Curtin. This guy was amazing and witty, and lead this entire movie to victory. You can just tell by watching him, that Jason Sudeikis is not only a great actor, but brilliant in real life. I am watching this movie again for a second time and felt compelled to write a review. I'm not going to go into any specifics because I don't want to give away any spoilers, but I urge you to watch this movie....especially if you (like me) go into it with very low hopes. You will be as surprised as I was how enjoyable it is.
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
Could have been better
Funny story. I went to a free preview for this movie when it first came out and watched something like 30 or 40 minutes of it before walking out. The movie was boring but I gave it a real chance because it was setting up the pieces and plot and etc. Then Tomer Sisley came on the screen as the main bad guy and he was so dull and so flat. He looked almost bored to be there, in other words it was awful acting. So based mainly on the main bad guy's performance, I walked out. Anyway, fast forward to just 2 hours ago. This movie was on TV and there was literally nothing else to watch so I put it on and started watching it around the time I walk out on it 3 years earlier. The movie did get funnier and wasn't as bad as I thought it was going to be. It wasn't any good but not totally bad. I'm just tripping on how one awful performance can kill a movie for you. The idea behind the movie is funny enough and I'm sure if they do make a sequel to it, they'll have a different villain.
surprisingly funny
I came into this movie expecting not-too-good things about it, and might I say I was surprised. It involves a drug smuggler who has to run a job across the Mexican border for a dealer. Knowing he'd look suspicious by himself, he puts together a makeshift "family" with three people he's familiar with:his stripper neighbor, a teenage girl runaway, and a horny teenage boy. They fly to Arizona and rent an RV. Hilarious complications ensue. Despite their characters and predicaments, they are shown to think fast on their feet with the bad guys sometimes, and the bad guys manage to track them down after they get the drugs, and some DEA agents find them and wind up accompanying them on their trip.

90s songs and allusions pop up during this movie. It was fairly funny from start to finish, and the main cast works well together. I think this was a great idea for a movie! *** out of ****
Dumb Fun
Jennifer Aniston plays a stripper in this movie. I think that's all that needs to be said here.

We're The Millers follows local pot dealer David Clark (Jason Sudeikis) after unfortunate circumstances lead his boss, Brad Gurdlinger (Ed Helms), to have him transport a giant shipment of weed from Mexico into the U.S. To do this, David assembles a fake family bearing the last name Miller to cross the border without suspicion. This family consists of Rose O'Reilly (Jennifer Aniston), a stripper who lives in David's apartment block, Kenny Rossmore (Will Poulter), David's dorky neighbor, and Casey Mathis (Emma Roberts), the local "gutter punk".

While this particular story may be original, the way the movie plays out is completely cliché. When watching the movie you're going to be able to tell what's gonna happen next as far as the progression of emotion between the characters. The classic at first they don't get along, then they start to have fun, then they find out something about one of the characters that upsets them, yada yada yada. You know the drill. But I'm very lenient with comedies because they have one job: to make me laugh and We're The Millers, for the most part, does its job successfully.

This is a very dumb comedy. There is no joke that takes any thought to figure out, but the movie never seems full of itself. It's very self aware and doesn't try to be something it's not. That being said, I don't know if I would have liked the movie as much if it wasn't for the cast, particularly Sudeikis and Poulter. Sudeikis just has a natural charm to him and he delivers lines that aren't actually that great in ways that make them funny (Also he's engaged to Olivia Wilde, so good on him). Poulter has the perfect face for this role. I almost feel bad for saying it but his character was hilarious just because he's such a dorky looking guy. Aniston and Roberts do what they can with what they're given in the script but neither of them really did anything that stood out to me (Except for a scene that was actually rather uncomfortable after Kenny attempts to flirt with a girl). Also, Nick Offerman is in the movie for a little bit and has a really awesome scene involving a mug. None of the other actors really do anything worth mentioning, which sucks because Ed Helms is in this movie and nothing with him made me laugh due to the unfortunately weak script. Really it's the actors that made this movie likable, and the fact that the b-reel during the credits of the movie is funnier than most of the actual movie backs that up.

What you see in the trailer for the movie is basically exactly what you get: A pretty enjoyable comedy, although nothing remarkable. Speaking of the trailer, it actually gives a lot of the best laughs away (as most trailers do) so if you haven't seen it or you don't really remember it, don't watch it! This Is The End still reigns champion as this year's best comedy, but I'd say We're The Millers is good in its own right.
Love it
I laugh very hard and my family thinks I'm being crazy,cause every moment or every scene there's a good humor to laugh with,the ending was great they meet and stay again to each other, I hope they make a part. The actors/actresses was great I love them all. Well I really recommend this movie if you have crazy family.
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