A relatively successful alternative medicine distributor (Jason Sudeikis) gets called upon by his "boss" (Ed Helms) to bring a massive shipment of dank back from Mexico, so he enlists the help of a stripper (Jennifer Aniston), a motherless child (Will Poulter) and a scuzzy girl (Emma Roberts) to act as a proto-family and by the end ... guess what? They bond and become a family! How about that! Uninventive road movie - with a sitcom's atmosphere - is riddled with curse words and slightly risque situations (ooh, a four-some!) to make it seem a little more 'blue,' but the fun is limited ("No ragrets!") and in bite sizes: Aniston as a pole-dancer is about as convincing as Betty Crocker in Bangkok shooting bananas out of her girl parts, but at least Sudeikis has a few good lines as does Kathryn Hahn, making the most out of her limited screen time as a neurotic and bored housewife.
We're the Millers
Director: Rawson Marshall Thurber
Year Released: 2013