Saturday, September 14, 2013

Movie Review: We're the Millers!

09.14.2013 – We’re the Millers produced by New Line Cinema has been circulating its promotional trailers as early as May 2013. The film premiered in the US on August 7, 2013 with its adult, out of the ordinary and outrageous concept as a comedy film.

But of course there are several films which have taken this kind of themes previously either it succeeded or failed. After seeing the Philippine press media screening I’m still trying to catch my breath with all the gaseous laughter with those who have the opportunity to see it first.

When you put Jason Sudeikis adding Jennifer Anniston to the mix plus get Julia Roberts’ niece in Emma Robert and Will Poulter (better known as Eustace Scrubb in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader) then you wonder if this movie will click all cylinders.

If you have seen the red band trailer that featured Anniston doing what a stripper does then all of sudden one of you eyebrows raise in a WTF reaction then you should find it enticing how that roll pulls all stops wanting to know more about this film.

As they say sex sells and some of us are “sexually oriented people. No you’re not getting any spoilers from me but for any movie going public everyone deserves a sliver of details but I’m not going to give you anything but to watch the trailer and find out more for yourself how the story goes and I’m sure you have read the premise or have spoiled yourselves in Wikipedia.

The cast played hardball on this film and I’m sure professional critics would disagree about how this went through. But based on my observation inside the theater every single scene definitely got everyone hooked to its antics.

Sudeikis can keep Olivia Wilde whenever he wants but Jennifer Anniston doesn’t look like a “supermom” in this film. No sir at age 44 she can still make guys raise the dead and boy she did study how to dance like a stripper for this movie. I guess the younger women could take some inspiration to work out like Anniston post-Friends career surely paid off with these kinds of roles she has taken.

She can take serious roles but being known to one of the well-loved sitcoms you give credit for taking roles as one of the Horrible Bosses and now as Rose O'Reilly in “We’re the Millers.”

The other actors played their roles well and I’m not going to give you enough details just have to see it when it gets shown in regular cinemas on September 18, 2013.

Overall 8 out of 10 this makes a good laugh but just to let you know also that the film carries violence, drugs and uhh nudity which is rated as R-16 which is not suitable to kids below that age limit.

We’re the Millers definitely is a great movie just watch it even the credit roll there are some more surprises but that’s where I’m going to stop. This movie is distributed in the Philippines by Warner Bros. Pictures most highly recommended.

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