Small-time drug dealer, David Clark (Jason Sudeikis) is in big trouble! He has been robbed of his stash of drugs and cash and when his drug suppler, Brad (Ed Helms), comes looking to be paid, David works out a deal with Brad that will hopefully keep him out of trouble and also pay off his debt. He recruits his naïve neighbor, Kenny (Will Poulter), Rose (Jennifer Aniston) the stripper, and teen runaway, Casey (Emma Roberts) to help him pull off the typical suburban family and smuggle drugs in from Mexico.
Along the way, the Millers meet Don and Edie (Nick Offerman and Kathryn Hahn) and their daughter Melissa (Molly Quinn), probably the most irritating folks around, who insist on spending lots of time with them.
Sudeikis does a decent job as the lead. As for Aniston, she may have the physique of a stripper, but that is about it when it comes to this role. This feels much like all the other roles that she has had lately. The film’s best comic performances come from both Offerman and Hahn.
We’re the Millers is an R-rated vulgar romp that does not deliver. There are a few funny scenes and some scattered laughs, but nothing more. This is one family road trip that I would avoid taking.
R for crude sexual content, pervasive language, drug material and brief graphic nudity
Run Time: 1 hour 40 minutes