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Lamar reviews- We're the Millers

This movie is worth the ticket price for 3 reasons. 1. Jennifer Anniston is a stripper.
2. The stripper in this movie is played by Jennifer Anniston. 3. Refer back to reasons 1&2.

Now as much as I love Jennifer Anniston I don't want to mislead you with the word stripper. From what I can gather from listening to friends and coworkers the dancers in a strip club take off all their clothes. The place Jennifer worked at must have been an Amish strip club. You'd find more skin at a Baptist Church beach retreat than around the pole in this club. Also, from what I've heard, most 44 year old strippers don't actually look like Jennifer Anniston. Now if you are listening and happen to be a 44 year old stripper that does look like Jennifer Anniston, I apologize. I assure you I meant no offense. Please don't try to prove me wrong by emailing me a bunch of pictures from your workplace. To musthavetv@aol.com

The movie stars Jason Sudeikis as David a small time pot dealer that’s been doing it for 20 years. He has a situation with his supplier Brad played by Ed Helms, that leaves him owing $40,000. To square the debt he agrees to drive an RV to Mexico and bring back a load of Marijuana. He realizes a slacker driving an RV by himself would never make it back across the border so he comes up with a plan. Recruit a fake family and look like their on vacation. He gets Rose, a forty something down and out stripper to play his wife. Casey, a homeless teenage girl played by Emma Roberts to be his daughter. And Kenny, his next door neighbor, played by Will Poulter to be his son. Will Poulter almost steals the movie as the 18 year old virgin nerd who has never kissed a girl. Along the way they meet a pair of nosy fellow Rvers Don and Eddie played by Nick Offerman, who plays Ron Swanson on Parks and Recreation, and Kathryn Hahn. They also dominate every scene they are in. They are also being pursude by drug dealers. You know how the movie will end, that’s a given. But you know where a rollercoaster starts and where it ends. It’s the time between that you pay for.

There is no tougher movie to make than a comedy. Coming up with with a story line, funny dialog, and picking the right actors to deliver it is very hard. We tend to judge comedies on a scale based on huge hit We're the Millers

This movie is worth the ticket price for 3 reasons. 1. Jennifer Anniston is a stripper.
2. The stripper in this movie is played by Jennifer Anniston. 3. Refer back to reasons 1&2.

Now as much as I love Jennifer Anniston I don't want to mislead you with the word stripper. From what I can gather from listening to friends and coworkers the dancers in a strip club take off all their clothes. The place Jennifer worked at must have been an Amish strip club. You'd find more skin at a Baptist Church beach retreat than around the pole in this club. Also, from what I've heard, most 44 year old strippers don't actually look like Jennifer Anniston. Now if you are listening and happen to be a 44 year old stripper that does look like Jennifer Anniston, I apologize. I assure you I meant no offense. Please don't try to prove me wrong by emailing me a bunch of pictures from your workplace. To musthavetv@aol.com

The movie stars Jason Sudeikis as David a small time pot dealer that’s been doing it for 20 years. He has a situation with his supplier Brad played by Ed Helms, that leaves him owing $40,000. To square the debt he agrees to drive an RV to Mexico and bring back a load of Marijuana. He realizes a slacker driving an RV by himself would never make it back across the border so he comes up with a plan. Recruit a fake family and look like their on vacation. He gets Rose, a forty something down and out stripper to play his wife. Casey, a homeless teenage girl played by Emma Roberts to be his daughter. And Kenny, his next door neighbor, played by Will Poulter to be his son. Will Poulter almost steals the movie as the 18 year old virgin nerd who has never kissed a girl. Along the way they meet a pair of nosy fellow Rvers Don and Eddie played by Nick Offerman, who plays Ron Swanson on Parks and Recreation, and Kathryn Hahn. They also dominate every scene they are in. They are also being pursude by drug dealers. You know how the movie will end, that’s a given. But you know where a rollercoaster starts and where it ends. It’s the time between that you pay for.

There is no tougher movie to make than a comedy. Coming up with with a story line, funny dialog, and picking the right actors to deliver it is very hard. We tend to judge comedies on a scale based on huge hits like Wedding Crashers, Hangover, and Bridesmaids. Anything less than that we write off as a failure. We don't do that with action, dramas, or horror.
If you judge We're the Millers by that standard then you'll be disappointed. Not every joke works but enough of them did to keep me laughing. I don't think you'll feel like you wasted you time or your money.

It’s an hour and 50 minutes. Rated R for extreamely foul language, brief nudity, and not really the good kind.

My Score, based a lot on how much I like Jennifer Anniston, and I’m not sure if I mentioned this, she plays a stripper: 4 Buds

s like Wedding Crashers, Hangover, and Bridesmaids. Anything less than that we write off as a failure. We don't do that with action, dramas, or horror.
If you judge We're the Millers by that standard then you'll be disappointed. Not every joke works but enough of them did to keep me laughing. I don't think you'll feel like you wasted you time or your money.

It’s an hour and 50 minutes. Rated R for extreamely foul language, brief nudity, and not really the good kind.

My Score, based a lot on how much I like Jennifer Anniston, and I’m not sure if I mentioned this, she plays a stripper: 4 Buds

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