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We're The Millers

We're The Millers

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Language English
Format DVD
DVD Regions Former Soviet Union, Indian subcontinent, Africa, North Korea, and Mongolia
Actor(s) Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis, Ed Helms, Nick Offerman, Emma Roberts
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We're The Millers (2013), directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber, stars Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis in the leading roles. This Warner Bros film is a fun-filled, action comedy about the fake Miller family. It's a comical presentation of the life of a small scale drug dealer living in Denver, David Burke. He is appointed to smuggle marijuana, however, things do not work out his way. The movie was a great success at the box-office. Jennifer Aniston's eccentric acting was applauded by many as were the performances of other actors. In this Rawson Marshall Thurber movie, a small time pot-dealer, David ( Jason Sudeikis), plans to smuggle marijuana with the help of a bogus family but to his disappointment, things happen the other way round. David has his cash and goods stolen, a part of which belongs to his boss. The boss bargains his loss with a deal of getting marijuana from Mexico. David readily agrees and furnishes a plan. He hires a stripper to act as his wife, a petty thief to pretend as his daughter, his neighboring boy to be his son and ‘prepares' the Millers family to avoid any danger of being caught. The next step is to rent a RV and head for a family holiday to accomplish the task. On reaching the destination, to their surprise, what is supposed to be a tiny amount, turns out to be two tons.
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Language English
Publication Date December 11, 2013
Theatrical Release Date January 1, 2013
Format DVD
DVD Regions Former Soviet Union, Indian subcontinent, Africa, North Korea, and Mongolia
Genre Comedy
Censor Rating A (Adults Only)
Actor(s) Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis, Ed Helms, Nick Offerman, Emma Roberts
Director(s) Rawson Marshall Thurber
No of Discs 1
Runtime 100 minutes
Studio Sony DADC

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  1.  A nice weekend family entertainer with lot of strip teases 16 September, 2014 On
    Starring the sexy Jennifer Aniston (as the stripper and wife), Jason Sudiekis (as drug dealer and husband), Emma Roberts (as the runaway girl and daughter) and Will Poulter (as the innocent guy next door and son). Directed by Rawsn Marshall Thurber, Produced by Chris Bender, Vincent Newman and Tucker Tooley. Distributed by Warner Bros

    Storyline: David Clark (Jason Sudeikis), a small time drug dealer in Denver, gets robbed by a group of hooligans when he tries to save Cassey (Emma Roberts) from an eve teasing act. In order to repay this money to his drug supplier Brad, he is forced into a major drug smuggling activity from Mexico, for which he is offered a huge remuneration. David agrees to this deal. He hires Rose (Jennifer Aniston) his neighbor and stripper in a bar as his wife, Cassey as his daughter, Kenny (Will Poulter) his neighbour as his son and plan out a fake vacation in Mexico to get the drugs smuggled in a caravan, into USA. He makes this possible by creating fake identities under the family name Millers. How he does that the hilarious events that take place during his journey is what the movie is all about. In the end, David gets caught by the police and turns as an approval for he falls in love with his fake family. Brad gets arrested. David adopts his new family and continues to live with his new family somewhere in the outskirts of Denver under the same family name….the Millers, until he is cleared from the drug dealing case until the next six months.

    A hilarious comedy once again from Hollywood with some delicious skin shows by Jennifer Anniston as stripper. Nice screenplay and the choice of Mexico for drug dealing and events following, is well justified. All characters were cleanly fit into their roles except for Brad’s over action sometimes. Emma Roberts was at her best and most beautiful in this movie. But for some adult things here and there, the movie is a complete family entertainer that can be viewed by all ages over a weekend. And definitely a must add to their video library for repeated viewings.

    My rating is 4 out of 5
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