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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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Funny, funny movie
I watched this movie on network TV and therefore experienced a lot of f-word bleeps and genitals blurred but it was still an enjoyable several hours.

Jason Sudeikis and Jennifer Aniston were hilarious as "the parents" and Will Poulter and Emma Roberts were spot-on as "the children." Nick Offerman, Kathryn Hahn, and Molly Quinn are perfect as the Fitzgeralds. Hollywood is always smart to get its casting just right and then let the actors run with the parts - and that happens in this movie.

The premise is clever and calculated to keep you laughing from start to finish. If you want a movie to enjoyably pass a few hours but don't want to have to think too critically about character motivation and plot logistics, then you can't go wrong with "We're the Millers."
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 ****
Horrible acting, weak story line, poorly written comedy
The comedic writing for this movie was weak to say the least, with a few funny lines and then fillers. The movie was so jam packed with stupid clichés, the ditzy Mother who has lesbian fantasies, the DEA agent with the good heart, the kids who just want a normal family. All tired old junk used countless times before.

Jason Sudeikis is not a lead actor either. He has 2 facial expressions. Jennifer Aniston once again proves what a useless unfunny actress she really is. Her only redeeming quality is her body which is shown gratuitously. Neither of these two have enough screen presence to carry a comedy. I was very disappointed, trailers are so deceiving.
Shamazing xD
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.
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!!
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)
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.
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.
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.
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.
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