Lots of laughs in fake family comedy
Casey (Emma Roberts), he devises a foolproof plan.
One fake wife, two pretend kids and a huge, shiny RV later, the Millers are headed south of the border for a unique Fourth of July weekend. The irony of this low-brow comedy is that it is not the intended crude jokes and bad language for easy laughs that works best in its favour, but the against-type casting that injects an unexpected notion of innocence in scenes that could otherwise be offensive. Offering some chuckles along the way, the film delivers what it promises - a crass Hollywood tale about drugs, sex and family - with a glossy ending.
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HILARIOUS COMEDY: Jason Sudeikis and Nick Offerman in a scene from the movie We're The Millers. Photo by Warner Bros Pictures.