WE'RE THE MILLERS

Shameful Comedy

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Release Date: August 09, 2013

Starring: Jennifer Aniston, Ed Helms,
Emma Roberts, Jason Sudeikes,
Nick Offerman, Kathryn Hahn,
Molly C. Quinn, Laura-Leigh

Genre: Comedy

Audience: Adults

Rating: R

Runtime: 110 minutes

Distributor: Warner Bros. Pictures/Time
Warner

Director: Rawson Marshall Thurber

Executive Producer: David Heyman, J.C. Spink,
Marcus Viscidi

Producer: Chris Bender, Vincent Newman,
Tucker Tooley, Happy Walters

Writer: Bob Fisher, Steve Faber, Sean
Anders, John Morris

Address Comments To:

Jeffrey L. Bewkes, CEO, Time Warner
Kevin Tsujihara, Chairman/CEO, Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. (New Line Cinema)
Greg Silverman and Sue Kroll, President, Warner Bros. Pictures
4000 Warner Blvd.
Burbank, CA 91522-0001
Phone: (818) 954-6000; Website: www.movies.warnerbros.com

Content:

(PaPaPa, AbAb, Acap, AP, HoHo, LLL, VV, SS, NNN, DDD, MMM) Very strong pagan worldview with vulgar drug smuggler heroes, Christianity is mocked when prayer is used as a ploy to reduce suspicion, capitalism is made to look bad as drug pushers show no concern for the well-being of customers, and a Mexican policeman is shown seeking payment of a bribe by demanding homosexual favors; 151 obscenities and 15 profanities and detailed vulgar discussions of female organs, menstruation, and sexual performance; several fight scenes with drug dealers; no fornication, but heavy stripping and lap dancing, a Mexican policeman seeks sodomite sex as a bribe and the “son” is recruited to please the policeman before the bribe is paid instead, the fake son is given lessons in kissing by his fake sister and fake mother, a wife swapping scene is averted when a policeman’s wife settles for fondling the breasts of the female drug smuggler, the movie opens with several drug sales, one associated with sex, if any; the fake son is bitten in the privates by a spider, leading to partial rear and frontal male nudity featuring his swelling from the spider bite; no alcohol; drugs are purchased and smuggled and ends with the “family” growing marijuana without criticism; and, theft, intended murder, greed, moral relativism, bribery, bad role models, dysfunctional “family” portrayal.


Summary:

WE’RE THE MILLERS is yet another assault on American culture in the name of comedy, about vulgar people posing as a family so they can sell drugs. This ultra-vulgar movie is an abhorrent disgrace, full of strong foul language and a mockery of decency.


Review:

WE’RE THE MILLERS is yet another assault on American culture in the name of comedy. This ultra-vulgar movie about people posing as a family so they can smuggle drugs is a disgrace to Warner Bros. and the American entertainment industry.
David (Jason Sudakis) is a drug dealer for the respectable set, corporate types and housewives. In trying to help a neighbor boy being attacked by thugs, David winds up having his backpack full of drugs and money stolen. His boss demands he smuggle a load of drugs back from Mexico to cover his debt.
David recruits his stripper neighbor, Rose (Jennifer Anniston), and the two teenagers he tried to protect from the thugs, to pose as his family on vacation for the smuggling operation. They pose as the Millers. The “humor” is this crass, vulgar foursome posing as respectable people. At one point, Rose leads the “family” in “prayer” to throw off a suspicious airline stewardess. In reality, the foursome conducts an ongoing class in vulgarity and disdain for one another. The movie contains male nudity, female stripping, homosexuality, dishonesty, and vulgar discussions of female organs and sexuality.
The story exists to provide a path from one scene of crass comedy to the next. It ends with the vulgar foursome more tolerant of each other, growing marijuana in suburbia.
The movie portrays the head drug dealer as an executive in his high-rise building. This business-attired thug will do anything to make more money. The people responsible for making movies like this wear suits and work in high-rise buildings. It’s deeply troubling they believe movies like this are an honorable way to make a living. Pray that God will lay a desire on their hearts to make movies that inspire good, instead of bad behavior. The culture we leave the next generation is in the balance, and there is much more money to made around the world making good movies.


In Brief:

WE’RE THE MILLERS opens with David selling drugs to corporate types and housewives. In trying to help two teenagers being attacked by thugs, David winds up having his backpack full of drugs and stolen money. His boss demands he smuggle a load of drugs back from Mexico to cover his debt. David recruits his stripper neighbor, Rose, and the two teenagers he tried to help, to pose as the Miller family on vacation for the smuggling operation. The “humor” is this vulgar foursome posing as respectable. At one point, Rose leads the fake family in prayer to throw off a suspicious stewardess. In reality, the foursome conducts an ongoing class in vulgarity and disdain for one another.
WE’RE THE MILLERS contains male nudity, female stripping, homosexuality, dishonesty and vulgar discussions of female organs and sexuality. It portrays the head drug dealer as a well-dressed executive in his high-rise building. The people responsible for making movies like this also wear suits and work in high-rise buildings. It’s deeply troubling they believe movies like WE’RE THE MILLERS are an honorable way to make a living.