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'We're the Millers,' about smuggling pot across the border, manages to let a in an RV while impersonating the clean-cut dad of an all-American family. it's Aniston showcasing her killer bod in not one but two steamy strip. Bob Fisher (screenplay), Steve Faber (screenplay) | 4 more credits» Ed Helms in We're the Millers () Nick Offerman and Kathryn Hahn in We're the Millers ( ) Rawson Marshall Thurber in We're the Millers () .. Parents Guide. We're the Millers () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Bob Fisher (screenplay) & White Bread Dad.

Because of the extra load of the marijuana on the RV that they are driving, one of the radiator hoses breaks while going up a steep incline. A family they had met at the border, the Fitzgeralds—consisting of Don, Edith, and their teenage daughter Melissa—catch up to them and tow the Millers' RV to a garage.

En route to the garage, David learns that Don Fitzgerald is a DEA agent after finding his badge and gun in the glove compartment. Due to Kenny's erratic driving, the RV veers off the highway and a Mexican redknee tarantulahiding in a bowl of fruit, crawls up Kenny's leg and bites his testicle. Kenny has a severe allergic reaction to the bite, and the Millers head to the hospital near a carnival for 4th of July celebrations.

This further delays the delivery of the smuggled contraband. During their wait, David and Rose begin to bond and Rose reveals her real name to be Sarah.

The two of them scold Casey for leaving with a strange boy, Scotty P, which leaves Casey feeling amused and happy for the attention she did not receive from her real parents, who neglected her. When Kenny is finally released from the hospital, David rushes him to the RV in a wheelchair and accidentally tips him over. In the ensuing argument, David inadvertently reveals how much he is getting paid, in comparison to how little he offered to pay each of the others.

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Casey, Sarah, and Kenny are left in disgust by the revelation, and so David leaves them behind at the local carnival. Shortly after leaving, David regrets abandoning them after hearing "Waterfalls" by TLC on the radio and returns to the carnival. Casey confides in Scotty about how she felt like she was actually part of a real family. Scotty tries to sexually harass Casey, but is thwarted by Sarah and Kenny.

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David then arrives at the carnival, begging them to come back with him and offering each a full share of the profits. On their way to the RV, they encounter Edith and Melissa. In the ensuing conversation between the Millers and the Fitzgeralds, Kenny blurts out that they are smuggling cannabis. One-Eye appears and is about to shoot everyone, but Don comes out of his motor home and knocks him out cold. One teenager gives French kissing lessons to another; an older woman joins them.

In a non-sexual scene, a teenager's genitals, stung by a spider, are shown in close-up.

We're the Millers

Language Frequent use of words including "f--k," "s--t," "damn," "bitch," "d--k," "c--k," "c--t," "hell," "ass," "a--hole," "goddamn," "oh my God," and more. Consumerism An iPhone, an iPad, and an Apple computer are either name-dropped or shown prominently. But no one is actually shown using. Drinking in a club and other situations. What parents need to know Parents need to know that We're the Millers is a funny if formulaic "hard R" comedy starring Jason Sudeikis and Jennifer Aniston about a pseudo-family going on an unusual road trip.

Although it ultimately has a fairly heartwarming message about the definition of family, this is far from a family movie: The "father" is a drug dealer turned smuggler, and his motley crew including a stripper who poses as his wife gets into all sorts of mishaps and danger due to his new gig.

Expect lots of swearing "f--k," "s--t," and much moresexually charged scenes, raunchy conversations with graphic sexual references, and scantily clad women. And, of course, tons of pot; though no one is prominently shown using, the characters wrangle piles of marijuana over the course of the movie.