We're the Millers | Full Movie
- 1h 49m
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Jason Sudeikis stars in this buzz-worthy comedy as a small-time suburban pot-dealer who likes to keep a low profile. When he's jumped by some gutter punks who steal his cash and his stash, he finds himself in deep trouble with his supplier (The Hangover's Ed Helms). In order to make amends, the small-time peddler must become a big-time smuggler by bringing in the latest shipment from Mexico. Enlisting his neighbors -- a cynical stripper (Jennifer Aniston), a streetwise teen (Emma Roberts) and a wannabe customer (Will Poulter) -- he comes up with a foolproof plan. One fake wife, two pretend kids and a ginormous shiny RV later, "the Millers" are headed south of the border for a Fourth of July weekend that's sure to end with a bang or two!
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Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: We're the Millers squanders its potential with an uneven, lazily assembled story..
With jokes cloned from bad taste movies and off-kids-telly villains, it doesn't even qualify for d...
June 22, 2017
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Common Sense Says
Drug-smuggling road-trip comedy has lots of sex references.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that We're the Millers is a funny (if formulaic) "hard R" comedy (starring Jason Sudeikis and Jennifer Aniston) about a pseudo-family going on an unusual road trip. Although it ultimately has a fairly heartwarming message about the definition of family, this is far from a family movie: The "father" is a drug dealer turned smuggler, and his motley crew (including a stripper who poses as his wife) gets into all sorts of mishaps and danger due to his new gig. Expect lots of swearing ("f--k," "s--t," and much more), sexually charged scenes, raunchy conversations with graphic sexual references, and scantily clad women. And, of course, tons of pot; though no one is prominently shown using, the characters wrangle piles of marijuana over the course of the movie.
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- Genre:Crime, Comedy
- Release Date:August 7, 2013
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD