||We're the Millers: Movie Review
MPAA Rating: R
Cast: Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Emma Roberts, Will Poulter, Ed Helms
Running Time: 110 minutes
Release Date: August 7, 2013
For people who like: The Hangover, Bridesmaids
This summer comedy is absolutely hilarious! The entire audience was laughing non-stop. The movie had a great script that was played wonderfully by this fantastic cast. The story line is unique filled with memorable characters.
David Clark (Jason Sudeikis) plays a drug dealer from Denver who gets robbed. He owes Brad Gurdlinger (Ed Helms) a lot of money he now no longer has. To make up for his debt, Brad sends him to Mexico to pick up what he refers to as a "smidge of marijuana". Nervous about crossing back into the United States with illegal drugs, David comes up with the idea of looking like a normal, innocent family man. To do this, he reaches out to his neighbors Rose (Jennifer Aniston), a stripper in need of some money and Kenny (Will Poulter) and a local runaway girl (Emma Roberts) to pose as his family. Together they pick up the drugs and attempt to cross the boarder in an RV, acting as the typical American family.
This is no easy task. They constantly fight, which puts them in awkward situations. They meet a family along the way, which causes more problems as they make the drive back to Denver.
This is definitely a date movie. The entire movie is based around drugs, so there is talk about drugs and many shots with "pot" in them. There is also a lot of swearing, sexual content, and nudity. As long as the people you see the movie with as comfortable with this kind of humor, then I would recommend this movie to everyone.