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We`re the Millers
If Anyone Asks.
2D

We`re the Millers

30 Aug, 2013
1 hrs 51 mins
79%
35 votes
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SYNOPSIS
A pseudo family is on a mission to bring tons of weed from Mexico to Colorado. The team includes a small time pot dealer, a stripper, a homeless teen and a geeky kid.
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We`re The Millers is a crude road-trip comedy that alternates between outrageously funny and plain silly. I didn`t think I could laugh at a situation where an adult practically pimps a teenage boy to a homosexual police officer, but that scene is written and performed so competently, you`ll be on the floor guffawing uncontrollably. Alas, not every joke sticks; inconsistency is this film`s biggest crime. ...Read full review
Small-time drug dealer David Clark (Jason Sudeikis) must cross the US-Mexico border to smuggle a major drug consignment, clear debts and make things right with drug lord Brad (Ed Helms). David comes up with a plan to fulfill his dangerous mission. To appear harmless, he pretends to be part of a happy American family on vacation to Mexico. He hires Rose, the stripper (Jennifer Aniston), to be his wife and two teenagers (Will Poulter, Emma Roberts) to be his children. Can the fake family pull off the unfamiliar task? ...Read full review
I get that humour is relative. For some it may mean the dark feisty stings of British satire. For others it means the unbridled entertainment of watching a spider sting a kid in the ball sack, or the unrelenting pleasure of watching said kid-kissing women pretending to be his sister and mother. I won`t judge you if you have an appetite for the latter, it`s just that We`re the Millers isn`t nasty entertainment, it`s only nasty. ...Read full review