We're The Millers
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David Burke (Jason Sudeikis) is a small-time pot dealer whose clientele includes chefs and soccer moms, but no kids-after all, he has his scruples. So what could go wrong? Plenty. Preferring to keep a low profile for obvious reasons, he learns the hard way that no good deed goes unpunished when he tries to help out some local teens and winds up getting jumped by a trio of gutter punks. Stealing his stash and his cash, they leave him in major debt to his supplier, Brad (Ed Helms). In order to wipe the slate clean-and maintain a clean bill of health-David must now become a big-time drug smuggler… More

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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 47%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"The movie's lingering close-ups on yearning faces and heart-to-heart conversations force the fake Millers into real familial longing that's more bogus than the family itself."
‑ Wesley Morris, Grantland
"The baseline for American movie humor sinks once again in this sentimentally cynical and cynically sentimental farce."
‑ Michael Sragow, Orange County Register
"One of the more bearable comedies to arrive in 2013..."
‑ Felix Vasquez Jr., Cinema Crazed
"Lazily agreeable, harmlessly vulgar..."
‑ John Beifuss, Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)
"...a promising comedy that ultimately succumbs to the worst and most needless conventions that Hollywood has to offer."
‑ David Nusair, Reel Film Reviews
"With jokes cloned from bad taste movies and off-kids-telly villains, it doesn't even qualify for dumb fun."
‑ Cath Clarke, Time Out
"It boils down to the idea that men and women alike yearn for what they don't have, and that making your way through life is about seizing the bizarre opportunities it thrusts at you."
‑ Andrew O'Hehir, Salon.com
"A great movie it isn't, but it's one hell of a funny excursion."
‑ Wesley Lovell, Cinema Sight
"More like We're the Fillers. Despite having a half-decent premise, this generic American comedy squanders every single one of its comedic opportunities."
‑ Adam Ross, The Aristocrat
"Then there's the idea of the primped and plastic Aniston playing a stripper, perhaps the least realistic portrayal of a sex worker since Julia Roberts in "Pretty Woman.""
‑ Sean Means, Salt Lake Tribune
"Stays mean and maintains a bit of an edge even when it threatens to go all soft and gooey."
‑ Christy Lemire, ChristyLemire.com
"Though incredibly predictable from start to finish, "We're the Millers" did make me laugh."
‑ Kara Nesvig, Minneapolis Star Tribune
"At one point Aniston does a strip tease to create a diversion, presumably from her own heart of gold."
‑ Jonathan Kiefer, SF Weekly
"Naturally, there are roadblocks galore -- but the breezy film stays one mile ahead in terms of plot and punch lines"
‑ Mara Reinstein, Us Weekly
"It's worth pondering whether the target audience will be able to grasp that the moral here - that crime does pay, as long as you're funny - isn't meant to be taken seriously."
‑ Todd Jorgenson, Cinemalogue.com
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