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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We're The Millers... So What?
The gimmick is that a low-rent drug dealer has to really stretch himself, posing as a young happy-go-lucky father with two kids and a wife in order to be a "mule," someone who takes a load of drugs (in this case, marijuana) from Mexico back across the border. And the first of many problems is that Jason Sudeikis as David, with a moppy wig and five o'clock shadow, never seemed that rebellious in the first place for the transition to really matter.

The bogus family consists of his stripper neighbor Rose. Jennifer Aniston plays a sexy wild card with a contented personality no different from the good girls in her other movies, and that popular TV show. The two kids are just as unbalanced and unfunny; the sexy daughter's a homeless teen with an iphone and the boy, played by Will Poulter, is the "comic relief in a comedy film" character all the physical humor, like getting bitten by a tarantula and learning how to kiss a girl, relies on.

The surface of WE'RE THE MILLERS is liken to any of the VACATION films, but with a supposed edge. After all we're dealing with lowlifes stuck in a dire situation, especially after successfully crossing the border, only to be hunted by a Mexican drug lord resembling a swarthy magazine model.

You might think this sounds like more of an adventure than comedy, but even that potential is wasted on two prolonged scenes… one involving our heroes awkwardly clashing with a nerdy conservative couple at a campground, and then being stranded at a fairgrounds, which just happens to be connected to an emergency room hospital. For a road movie there's simply not enough geography covered to make the trip very interesting.

Sedeikis tries really hard to seem like he's not trying at all, wielding the popular brand of sarcasm where if you repeat the pandemonium around you, it's just as funny, if not funnier, than the situation itself… and yet he comes off as one-dimensionally rude and mean-spirited, which might fit, say, a no-holds-barred HANGOVER style comedy (his doppelganger Ed Helms plays a snarky drug dealer), but with a cliché rom-com baseline beneath the forced blue humor, he's all dressed up with nowhere to go.
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.
I lost IQ points
I don't typically write reviews, but my outrage for this film could not go unheard.

My friend and I decided on this film because it seemed like it had promise. Generally, before a film I'll check this site and read the ratings/reviews. Both appeared to be mostly positive, so naturally I was fuelled with excitement and optimism.

The film is annoying, miscast, and screams desperation. The mundane script drags you and your intelligence through mud for what feels like eternity. If I kept tallies for the amount of times this movie made me cringe with irritating and misplaced references, my sheet would look like a prison cell from 1952.

The jokes that jokes weren't even the worst part, to be honest. That honour goes to Nick Offerman and his wife played by Kathryn Hahn, who I am having difficulty describing without erupting in violent, vulgar shouting. Nick is okay, but whoever thought Kathryn's character was usable should never see a set again. I can't remember the last time I've been so physically and mentally irritated and frustrated with a cast, or film.

The film itself has a fairly doable premise, I guess. But the cast, my god the cast. Why would they put Jason Sudeikis as a lead character? Why would you do that to us? He was great in Horrible Bosses, but you simply cannot have a film revolve around this man. He will disappoint you. Jen Aniston's character is ridiculous, as well. You take a women who was in one of the most loved and successful television programs of all time, and have her desperately cling to her stardom by stripping periodically throughout the film.

It's like they never edited the film at all. The thing is two god damn hours, and you walk away wondering what you just witnessed. Its disjointed and unpleasant.

If this was the final cut, I couldn't imagine the suicide inducing dribble that the unedited version would show.

P.S. Ed Helms, stop acting.
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).
Good and funny movie
rarely i see such a good movie it was so funny but not this 0815 jokes or so at the beginning i thought it would be boring with some funny sets but i would guess 10 min after the start i know it will be so much fun there are so many difference people in this film and each of them has their own role. also the actors are good, never laughed so much in a movie. I hope there will be a second part, but i don't think so, because what should be in the next part? and the female actors are really funny, i would say its just the female actors but a movie is like a teamgame. its not enough that one person is funny it has to fit in

i really recommend it to you
An amazing comedy drama!!
For all Jennifer Aniston fans out there, here is an amazing comedy drama movie with a great storyline. The direction is amazing as it character development is at a proper pace. A drug dealer makes a fake family to transfer drugs from Mexico all the way to his hometown. It is one of those movies which make you feel delighted. For people who loved FRIENDS, there is a surprise at the end of movie. But do watch the whole movie before jumping to the end. It is amazing to see that Jennifer Aniston despite being over 45 is still amazingly gorgeous. It is one of her most popular movies and is one of those movies where she plays a leading role unlike Horrible Bosses.
The funniest scenes took place during the ending credits
"This is not a smidge of pot! You got me moving enough weed to kill Willie Nelson, man!"

We're the Millers is a raunchy comedy with some funny moments. It's an entertaining movie, but ultimately the script felt a bit lazy. The premise and the cast promised more, but director Rawson Marshall Thurber uses jokes and gags we've seen in other comedies. I did laugh at several scenes and there were some great lines, but I can't just judge a comedy based on that because usually I will laugh at anything. You know there is a problem with a comedy when all the audience laughs more during the end credits in the blooper reals than during the entire film. There are some awkward and uncomfortable scenes as well, and I didn't like the fact that they made all the lovable families look uncool and act as dorks in this film. Jason Sudeikis is a great actor and I would love to see him starring in more comedies. He has great comedic timing and delivers his lines with a perfect precision. Jennifer Aniston is also a very likable actress despite the fact that she really hasn't made a great film, but there is something about her that draws the audience. Will Poulter was the star of this film as he had the funniest scenes. He didn't have to say much, his facial expression alone was hilarious. This is the first comedy I've seen him in, although he did have some funny scenes in the last Narnia movie. Emma Roberts was probably the weakest link in this film, but I wouldn't blame her because her character was the least developed in the film. Ed Helms was a big disappointment for me here, his performance was way over the top, but Nick Offerman (Parks and Recreation) was effortlesly hilarious. I was a huge fan of Thurber's earlier film, Dodgeball (perhaps one of the few people who enjoyed that movie), but I can't give him a passing grade for this movie although I didn't have a bad time either.

David (Jason Sudeikis) is a low profile pot dealer who receives his supplies from Brad Gurdlinger (Ed Helms). After getting robbed during a deal, Brad forces him to go to Mexico and bring back his latest marihuana shipment in order to pay his debt. Being a small dealer David has no idea how to cross the border as he realizes the consequences his actions may have. He believes that the best way to cross the border safely will be pretending he is on a family trip. The only problem is that he is single so he gets a local stripper named Rose (Jennifer Aniston) to pretend she is his wife, a streetwise angry teen named Casey (Emma Roberts), and his kind hearted neighbor Kenny (Will Poulter) to pretend they are his kids. He plans on getting across the border without problems by driving his apparently wonderful family on their big RV.

The funniest scene in the movie happened during the final credits, but I also though there were some funny moments here and there, like when Kenny realizes that David is paying Rose and Casey to come along with him, or when Kenny gets bit by a spider. I also enjoyed some of the pop cultural references like when David thought he was going to be killed because of the plastic he was standing on claiming to know what it means because he has watched Dexter. The cameo with Luis Guzman was pretty funny as well. Those were some of the silly moments, but nothing that stood out or that I will probably remember tomorrow. The film is predictable and you know where it is heading, but it still is an enjoyable movie.
The review that no one will pay attention to (because it's bad)
Four stars sounds right for this film, which I just saw last night. 1 star being 'unbearably bad and difficult to sit through', and 10 being 'so good it changed my life', this movie was bearable to sit through, not painfully bad, but well... predictable and brainless.

The good news, I saw it in the right frame of mind- not in the mood to think. Cliché characters, unoriginal jokes, and predictable story notwithstanding, the pull of the movie were the four main stars, especially Jason Sudeikis. I haven't followed him in SNL but every other role I've seen of his: "30 Rock", "Portlandia", and a few other appearances here and there- the guy is funny and charismatic. I think Jen Aniston is also good.

So whatever- I can't recommend it unless you're tired, drunk, stoned, or suffering from a severe brain injury; otherwise, you could do worse.

PS The "bloopers" at the end looked fake to me.
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.
Enjoyable from Start to Finish
This is a really enjoyable movie from start to finish. There were plenty of occasions when I genuinely laughed out loud which is always a good sign.

None of the acting performances were particularly special. That said, the four central characters were all very different and this worked well as it allowed the writers to create scenes focused on each of them and keep things fresh.

My main criticism is that for a comedy about smuggling drugs from Mexico, very little of the movie was actually set in Mexico! I think they missed out of quite of lot of mileage in terms of generally just making the movie more interesting. Instead, most of the scenes were centred in and around RVs. Thankfully the quality of the comedy more than made up for that for the most part.
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