Small time pot dealer David Clark (Jason Sudeikis) has found himself in a bad spot in “We’re the Millers”. Following a robbery he is in debt to his supplier and broke. Brad Gurdlinger (Ed Helms) makes David an offer he can’t refuse. To repay his debt he needs to go to Mexico and transport a small amount of marijuana across the boarder. A task that won’t be easy, untill David comes up with a brilliant idea.

What if he could blend in with the everyday tourist? Instead of crossing the boarder looking like your average guy who may stick out like a sore thumb he enlists the help of a fake family. Hiring his neighbors Rose (Jennifer Aniston) as his wife and Kenny (Will Poulter) as his son and local homeless girl Casey (Emma Roberts) as his teenage daughter. The family will travel to Mexico in a RV and try to fit the mold.

Complications will arise with David’s “family”. Between his constant banter with his wife and his adolescent children the job is put in danger. The Miller family will also soon become a target when they discover that not only are they smuggling drugs but they are stollen drugs. Soon the Millers will be in a race against time to complete the job and get their pay off or face certain death.

“We’re the Millers” is fun entertainment. Jason Sudeikis is the perfect lead and his leading lady Jennifer Aniston added just the right amount of comedy with sex appeal. The comedic dialogue hit the mark and had you laughing throughout. Some of the best moments coming from the gag reel during the closing credits. A must see to wrap up Summer and will offer some much needed solid entertainment.

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