We're the Millers is a 2013 American comedy film directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber. It stars Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis, Emma Roberts, and Will Poulter. It was released in the U.S. on August 7, 2013 by Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema.Wikipedia
We're the Millers Reviews
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.
We’re The Millers is the cinematic equivalent of fast food – formulaic, disposable entertainment that will keep you busy, even make you laugh out loud but leave no trace once it’s over.
We're the Millers is a predictable but funny road trip movie that's loaded with sexual expletives. In spite of the occasional silliness, it does make you laugh.Note: You may not like this film if adult humour grosses you out.
If offensive, crude, adult humour tickles your funny bone then this is the ticket to buy!
The film's biggest plus is its cast. The 'family' of four totally fits the bill. Aniston, curves in place, makes a spirited Rose and is particularly a treat to watch.
We’re the Millers is a crude, lewd comedy aimed at the lowest common denominator. How loud, and if at all you will laugh, depends on what you find funny. If a spider sneaking into a man’s pants and biting his crotch is your idea of humor, then go ahead make your day.
This is not comedy, this is lazy filmmaking. Sure, there are some people in the world who laugh just because someone mentions the human body’s nether regions but there are significantly more people who prefer a well-written quality comedy over tedious skits.
The script of 'We're The Millers' is neither outlandishly ridiculous nor is it continuously funny enough to be a classic. It is a completely tongue-in-cheek product. Nevertheless it is a good adult comedy that you will not want to forget for some time.
The main problem with We’re The Millers is that the movie is stuffed with lot of elements from individual issues faced by each character to a messy drug lord to a fellow campervan family. But then all the stuffing has been infused with enough laughs to keep you entertained.