Hollywood comedy films tend to follow a formula that is easy to follow. Get a few big stars, find a story that more basic the better then stick in some gross out comedy or romance then shake it all together and get a number one movie out of it. They appear to take little thought but they do one thing that is important, know their viewers. We’re the Millers is a film a lot like that, but while stumbling through normalcy actually trips up on something that makes it quite sweet, and that is family values.
When David (Sudeikis), a pot dealer has his weeks takings stolen he finds himself forced by his boss to travel to