We're The Millers Soundtrack, find all 18 songs from the We're The Millers () movie Song as Rose dances in the strip club at the start. random shit happening. Skyscraper Review: A Vertigo Inducing Ride That Doesn't Stop That movie turned out to be hit comedy We're the Millers, which also featured Jason.
When the pack eventually gets thrown into the street and run over, Casey quickly covers by claiming she was taking care of a pack of herbs for a school project.
Boner Garage although she doesn't think it's embarrassing. Scotty P's neck tattoo although he clearly has "No Ragrets " David conceives his "let's pretend to be a family" plan after seeing a police officer helping out a family in a RV. The One-eyed henchman is very upset when Kenny sheepishly declines a gift basket from the former's mother. Even Evil Has Standards: David spends most of the movie being a Grade-A Jerkassbut he makes it clear that he has one rule: He doesn't deal pot to kids.
Pablo is no doubt a heinous drug lord, but after David pleads for the other's lives, the former tells the latter he'll kill him first so that he doesn't have to witness the others being killed. Failed a Spot Check: One-Eye gives the drugs to David after the latter says he's there to pick up drugs for Pablo Chacon.
Pablo Chacon then shows up later with another white guy, and says he was going to personally supervise the drug smuggling, but One-Eye states they thought David was the person his boss was talking about. Pablo coming in to check on them personally suggests they have done this in the past.
Not even Boner Garage takes her top off in the strip club, despite it being seedy enough that the owner is telling his strippers to have sex with customers for money.
Rose's strip tease in the garage. A Father to His Men: Pablo Chacon, despite being a drug lord, seems to actually take care of his men. The first evidence of it is seen when David picks up the drugs, and they see kids running around the courtyard. Pablo later even states he hates what keeps happening to his henchman whenever they run into Millers while at the carnival near the end of the film.
Pablo Chacon, who tends to banter with the Millers at gunpoint, as if he might actually spare them, only to reveal he plans on killing them no matter what.
Brad Gurdlinger who pretends to be friendly and affable, but is actually a backstabbing dick. Initially, the members of the family don't like each other at all except for Kenny, who likes everybody because that's just how he isbut they grow to genuinely care about each other throughout the course of the film.
Kenny is embarrassed about the fact that he never kissed a girl before. Ironically, his first kiss is with Casey his pretend sister as a Practice Kiss. When they pass the fireworks stand, Casey, Kenny, and even Rose says they should stop for some. David refuses, and tries to put his foot down on the matter. The next scene then shows them setting off one firework, and then they continue on with the trip.
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When Edie asks if she can touch Rose's breasts, David says he has no problem and Don quickly puts on his eyeglasses. David is asked this at the end of the film, by Don, who turns out to be a DEA officer.
He claims turning in a drug lord doesn't feel as good as getting paid a lot of money for it, but then changes his mind and says "maybe a little bit". Gosh Dang It to Heck!
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Edie's "swearing", which consists of such foul utterances as "crumbums" and "Oklahoma". Kenny gets bitten on the testicle by a tarantula that crawled into his shorts. His testicle gets incredibly swollen, and he has to be taken to the hospital. Kenny can actually rap pretty well. Brad is a very talented ice sculptor. Hidden Heart of Gold: Even in the very beginning of the story when he's definitely a JerkassDavid shows signs of this, as he does try to make polite conversation with his neighbor Rose until she blows him off, he refuses to sell weed to Kenny on the grounds of him being a kid, and he's pretty quick to come to Kenny's aid when the latter tried to save Casey from three thugs who are about to beat him up.
Even after Kenny lets slip that David is a drug dealer leading to him being robbed, which is what causes the entire movie to even happen in the first placeDavid, while being chased by the thugs, still yells for Kenny to run.
In the credits, one is a prank on Jennifer Aniston, during the "Waterfalls" scene Emma Robertswho plays Casey, displays a Dumb Blonde moment in one of the out takes, when she's unable to open a mini-fridge in one scene.
She pulls really hard on it, but is unable to open the door. After struggling for a few more moments, a crew member then simply pushes the handle slightly, and the door opens up. In We're the Millers, small-time pot dealer David Clark Jason Sudeikis has to work off a debt to his supplier Ed Helms by transporting a huge marijuana shipment from Mexico.
As part of his plan to fool customs agents, David assembles a phony family—cynical stripper Rose Jennifer Aniston as his wife, and a dorky neighbor and a homeless runaway Will Poulter, Emma Roberts as his kids. The "Millers" pile into a massive motor home and head south of the border, but vengeful drug lords and randy vacationers threaten to thwart their drug-smuggling scheme.
Want to know more dope details? Don't be a buzzkill—toke on these fun facts: We're the Millers review roundup Warner Bros. A Long, Weeded Road: Sort of a mash-up of National Lampoon's Vacation and The Hangover, this stoner comedy was in various stages of development for nearly a decade.
Once Aniston and Sudeikis who channels Chevy Chase here committed to the project, along with Dodgeball director Rawson Marshall Thurber, this road trip finally got the green light.
The SNLer and the Friendster: This marks Sudeikis and Aniston's third film together, after Horrible Bosses and The Bounty Hunter, though it's their first time sharing top billing. Plus, they'll reteam next year for the sure-to-be-needless sequel Horrible Bosses 2. Friends in real life, the two actors improvised much of their onscreen banter, and their easy chemistry helps keep Millers, which swerves around one plot contrivance after another, from totally driving off a cliff. Jennifer talks kids Warner Bros.Top 10 Scenes - We're the Millers