We're The Millers review
Daniel Corleone - wrote on 10/11/13
This film caught this reviewer totally by surprise. From start to finish this was faultless. Soundtrack was well utilized throughout the picture, all the characters had relevance and the plot though simple, it’s journey was filled with heart and laughter. It revolves around a drug dealer named David Clark, a stripper who is about to get evicted named Rose, an innocent 18 year old named Kenny and a homeless thief named Casey. The transcript has some misses but mostly funny while the acting was solid especially from Poulter. Some soon to be classic lines: “Well, I’m awake and I speak English so, yeah, I know what you’re saying.” and “F*#k off real-life Flanders.” The picture has offensive scenes and crude humor; it’s still funny as hell from the beginning until the credits rolling in the end. Only minor flaws would be the lack of depth from the plot, criminal similar to the Hangover angle and certain situations where they easily get away with the drugs. This critic feels it could be a cult classic much like Ted. Overall, the importance of trust and family were emphasized.