Small-time pot dealer David Clark (Jason Sudeikis) must become a big-time drug smuggler, and devises a foolproof plan. He convinces his neighbours - stripper Rose (Jennifer Aniston), loser Kenny (Will Poulter) and runaway Casey (Emma Roberts) - to create a fake family. With one huge RV and a ton of laughs, the "Millers" head south of the border for a Fourth of July weekend that is sure to end with a bang.
- We're the Millers review by CP Customer
This made my Saturday, after a heavy Friday night. has to have veg day and watched this. Laughing made head hurt but worth it. all the actors in this are brilliant. The learning to kiss scene can not image what the young actor thought but it has got to look good on hi CV.
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A funny, traditional road comedy featuring Brit actor Will Poulter
- We're the Millers review by PV
This is a fun watch and suitable to all the family really - not TOO crude, not TOO much swearing or nudity. My old mum found it fun anyway, and some lines are laugh out loud.
It's all a cartoonish caper really with goodies and baddies. A road movie with a difference.
All very silly but the actors are clearly having a ball and carry the story along - the script is sharp too.
Perhaps a bit overlong towards the end, but a funny comedy anyway.
"We are the Miller's" has some good funny moments that shows an interesting flip of characters from different sides of life who find a pathway to liberation through a drug deal gone wrong. The other road trip family turns out to be the influence that they needed having seemed to be too different to comprehend. Some traditional comedy on a controversial subject.