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Safe to say the critics got this one wrong.
'We're The Millers' is excellent, a strong cast lead a funny film. All the jokes hit, none of it felt forced and even the sexual moments weren't more awkward than intended. Sure the plot isn't anything fresh, but the comedy makes up for it.
We're the millers is one of the most funniest movies I've ever seen. Sure it doesn't have that much of a solid story, but it's a comedy. So you have to atleast given it some credit for all its hilariously funny jokes baked into it!
The plot is awful, the drug mule stuff is dumb. the Millers are crude and obnoxious and at the same time sentimental in a weird 'Vacation' update film. But there ARE some really funny scenes in this movie - enough to recommend the film.
Hilariously irreverent with a great cast and plenty of gags.
Funny, stupid, and yet satisfying. This movie deserves a sequel
I laughed a lot watching this one. The dialogue is good. Great chemistry with all the characters. If you like more adult humor then you'll like this.
Rating: 63/10, 63% Grade: C “We Are The Miller’s” doesn’t try and fool anybody; it’s a raunchy, laid back comedy that delivers some laughs. Despite many funny moments and solid performances, the movie is in no way memorable.
Comedy is taking a turn for the worst. Rv and Hall Pass (two terrible comedies) team up for We're the Millers.
Laughed once. Rest of the movie is just cheap and vulgar humor.
This was a fun trippy ride to "hillariousity"... A classic example when the critics are simply not in touch with the rest of the world.