10 items from 2013
Director: Rawson Marshall Thurber,
Running Time: 112 minutes
It happens a few times a year. You see a trailer for an upcoming comedy that showcases plenty of laughs, decent characters, and actors you can imagine having great chemistry, only for the final piece to fall flat on its face and reveal that all the best moments were in the trailer. We’Re The Millers is Not one of those films. Instead, it’s a fast-paced comedy that lives up to the hype and often exceeds it, thanks to a very script and even funnier performances.
Sudeikis plays David Clark, your run of the mill pot dealer who ends up owing his supplier (Helms) a favour, and so must transport a “smidge” of pot from Mexico to the Us. »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
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- email@example.com (Wendy Mitchell)
There's no secret to the comedy in We're the Millers, it's pretty low-brow and it's not exactly well constructed. The development of the narrative is sloppy and for all intents and purposes it's a film filled with "trailer moments" as it's more interested in delivering comedy that shocks rather than developing a series of punchlines and running gags. There's no problem with this, and there are plenty of laughs, but the laziness in nearly all aspects of the film's creation are glaringly obvious and once you round the final turn it falls to melodramatic pieces. A drug dealer (Jason Sudeikis) has his stash stolen and is beholden to his boss (Ed Helms) for a lot of money, but he's given an out (of sorts) when he's told he must go to Mexico to pick up a load of marijuana and smuggle it back into the States. Without much of a »
- Brad Brevet
“We’re the Millers” is about four unfortunate individuals tricked into going on an excruciating road trip in exchange for a hefty payday, a description that is offered here less as plot summary than as a possible explanation for why the actors look so trapped. Probably the worst movie to prominently feature an Rv since “Rv,” this tiresomely vulgar outing throws together a drug dealer, a stripper, two teens, a testicle-biting tarantula, a gaggle of gun-waving Mexican stereotypes and scarcely a single laugh amid all the ensuing pot-smuggling, booty-shaking, heart-tugging shenanigans. “We’re the Filler” might have been a more apt title for Warners’ mid-August dud, which should run out of B.O. gas once word gets out.
Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis barely shared any screentime in the much funnier “Horrible Bosses,” a situation that has been rather dubiously rectified in this vehicle helmed by Rawson Marshall Thurber (the »
- Justin Chang
If you missed this weeks seven hilarious clips from Warner Bros. raunchy comedy We’Re The Millers, you must check them out. However before you do, why not take in the following red-band trailer for the film directed by Dodgeball’s Rawson Marshall Thurber. It’s fantastic, foul-mouthed footage introduced by the two leads Jason Sudeikis and Jennifer Anniston. It also has the following official plot synopsis:
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, »
- Craig Hunter
We have a gut-busting collection of new clips from Warner Bros. forthcoming ‘family’ comedy We’Re The Millers. Dodgeball director Rawson Marshall Thurber’s film centers on Jason Sudeikis’ single, small-time pot dealer who ends up in debt to his drug supplier, played by Ed Helms. He’s forced to clear his slate by driving a major shipment of cannabis across the Mexican border. However, he needs to put together a fake family and begins assembling his stripper neighbour (Jennifer Aniston), an eager teen (Will Poulter) and a streetwise punk (Emma Roberts) to play the wife and kids.
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 »
- Craig Hunter
Warner Bros. has provided us with seven clips from director Rawson Marshall Thurber’s (Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story) upcoming comedy We’re the Millers. The film centers on a single, small-time pot dealer (Jason Sudeikis) who ends up in debt to his supplier (Ed Helms). In order to bring the next shipment of drugs up from Mexico, he puts together a fake family from his stripper neighbor (Jennifer Aniston), an eager teen (Will Poulter) and a streetwise punk (Emma Roberts). The supporting cast also includes the reliably hilarious Nick Offerman and Kathryn Hahn, and promises plenty of R-rated escapades from the titular Miller family. Hit the jump to watch the clips. The film also stars Molly Quinn, Tomer Sisley, and Luis Guzman. We’re the Millers opens on August 7th. Here’s the official synopsis for We’re the Millers: David Burke (Jason Sudeikis) is a small-time pot dealer »
- Adam Chitwood
Warner Bros. has released a very large batch of new high-resolution images from director Rawson Marshall Thurber’s (Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story) upcoming comedy We’re the Millers. The film centers on a single, small-time pot dealer (Jason Sudeikis) who ends up in debt to his supplier (Ed Helms). In order to bring the next shipment of drugs up from Mexico, he puts together a fake family from his stripper neighbor (Jennifer Aniston), an eager teen (Will Poulter) and a streetwise punk (Emma Roberts). These new images tease many of the hijinks that ensue, including what looks to be a substantial appearance by the great Nick Offerman and Kathryn Hahn. Hit the jump to take a look at the images. The film also stars Molly Quinn, Tomer Sisley, and Luis Guzman. We’re the Millers opens on August 7th. Click on any image for high-resolution. [gallery link="file" columns="1" ids="272182,272164,272165,272154,272183,272181,272180,272179,272178,272176,272161,272162,272163,272160,272159,272158,272156,272153,272152,272151,272150,272149,272146,272144,272142,272141,272140,272138,272133,272130,272127,272124,272121,272120,272119,272118,272113,272110,272109,272107,272169,272175,272114"] Here’s the official »
- Adam Chitwood
Can we all just agree that Jennifer Aniston has a great body? Not just for a 44 year old mind you, but a great body period? I think if she knew we were all in agreement she might stop relying on the need to expose it in movies and instead focus on finding smart scripts with interesting characters. Not that I’m making any kind of premature judgement on her latest film, We’re the Millers, based on the brand new red band trailer below. Jason Sudeikis stars as a drug dealer who agrees to smuggle a smidge of pot across the border from Mexico for a very wealthy man (Ed Helms). The plan is simple. Rent a wife, two children, and an Rv, and then avoid border suspicion by looking like nothing more than a happy family on vacation. Aniston plays a stripper he hires as his wife, and Emma Roberts and Will Poulter play their lovable »
- Rob Hunter
Catalina Denis cast in Paul Walker thriller Model and film actress Catalina Denis has been cast as the female lead opposite Paul Walker (Fast & Furious 6) and David Belle (Malavita) in Camille Delamarre’s Brick Mansions. The action thriller is EuropaCorp and Relativity Media’s English-language remake of the 2004 French-made action / thriller District B13. In Brick Mansions, Paul Walker incarnates an undercover cop out to defuse a bomb in possession of drug warlord RZA. Catalina Denis will play David Belle’s romantic interest. Luc Besson, who specializes in run-of-the-mill, Hollywood-style French-made action thrillers, is one of the film’s producers. Directed by Pierre Morel (Taken, From Paris with Love), and co-written by Luc Besson and Bibi Naceri, District B13 / Banlieue 13 stars David Belle, Cyril Raffaelli, Dany Verissimo-Petit, and co-screenwriter Naceri. The film performed modestly at the French box office; according to Box Office Mojo, District B13 was no. 51 on France’s 2004 box-office chart, »
- Zac Gille
10 items from 2013
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