Friday, August 23, 2013

MINI-REVIEW: We're The Millers

We're The Millers

Jason Sudekis,
Jennifer Aniston


August 7, 2013

Rawson Marshall Thurber

Warner Bros. Pictures,
New Line Cinema

1 hour 50 minutes



After the success of the hilarious 2011 comedy "Horrible Bosses," it was almost inevitable to reunite some of the cast members again for another R rated comedy.  "We're The Millers" reunites Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudekis as a stripper and a pot dealer who pose as a family, along with Emma Roberts and Will Poulter, in order to smuggle weed out of Mexico back into the States so in return they can receive $100,000.  While the film isn't exactly intelligent or original, it is a very funny film depending on the type of mindset you have upon walking into the theater.  A lot of the jokes and scenes hit very hard and produce major laughs almost consistently.  The acting for the most part is very good, especially from the four leads.  To top it off, director Rawson Marshall Thurber has a very strong hold on his actors when it comes to working on comedies.  All in all, if you're looking for a stupid, raunchy, and very funny comedy that is a nice 2 hour escape from the world, then introduce yourself to "We're The Millers" and turn off your brain in order to have a good time while watching it.


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