We're the Millers

We're the Millers

We're the Millers

Down-on-his-luck Jason Sudeikis and two-bit stripper Jennifer Aniston lead this 'family' comedy posing as a wholesome married couple in an attempt to smuggle weed from Mexico to the United States. To sell the ruse, they get an RV and recruit a goody two-shoes (Will Poulter) and a homeless runaway (Emma Roberts) to play their children. Co-stars Ed Helms, Nick Offerman and Kathryn Hahn. From the writers of Wedding Crashers, Hot Tub Time Machine and She's Out of My League.

2013Rating: MA15+, Strong coarse language, sexual references and nudity109 minsUSA
Comedy

Streaming (4 Providers)

We're the Millers / Reviews

Flicks, Team

Flicks, Team

Jennifer Aniston’s bad girl makeover continues apace with this overlong but fitfully amusing action-comedy.  Shedding her Rachel Green image and plenty of outer clothing, Aniston provides the showstopping highlight as she homages Flashdance in an Aerosmith-scored sexy strip (in capri pants and sensible shoes no-less) “clearly essential to the plot” of this edgier, adult version of RV. Adding a bit more heart to her vampy head-turning performance in Horrible Bosses and a bit more tart to her traditionally bland acting, she provides a good foil to Sudeikis’s unconvincing drug dealer (although Hangover’s Ed Helms’ oily Kingpin is the one who truly threatens to steal the show).

Full review
Variety

Variety

[It] falls back on the sort of lazy but desperate, sexually fixated non sequiturs that have become de rigueur in studio comedies.

Full review
Time Out

Time Out

The rest of us will just be left to puzzle over Aniston’s exhibitionism obsession and pray that Sudeikis’s smirking-douche leading-man shtick won’t constitute his entire post-SNL career.

Full review
The New York Times

The New York Times

... A comic style that can feel credibly naughty while remaining ultimately safe and affirmative.

Full review
The Dissolve

The Dissolve

While the setups are often laughably forced—two words: “weed baby”—the script navigates its way out of them relatively gracefully, and sometimes hilariously.

Full review
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Director Rawson Marshall Thurber adequately manages the mechanics demanded here but adds no finesse or grace notes.

Full review

We're the Millers / Trailers