We’re the Millers is a 2013 American comedy film directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber and written by Bob Fisher, Steve Faber, and Sean Anders. The film stars Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Emma Roberts, Will Poulter, Nick Offerman, Kathryn Hahn, and Ed Helms. The plot follows a small-time pot dealer who recruits a fake family to help him move a huge shipment of weed from Mexico to the United States. We’re the Millers was a box office success, grossing over $270 million worldwide. The film received mixed reviews from critics but was praised for its humor and the actor’s performances. We’re the Millers is considered to be one of the funniest films of 2013.
The truth about Jen’s butt scenes
Jennifer Aniston’s character stripping was actually performed by a butt double. The butt close-ups in the scene are the only shots that are not of Aniston. All other parts of the scene, including the full-body shots and the shots of her face, are Aniston. The use of a butt double is not uncommon in movies and television. In many cases, it is used for safety reasons, as there is less risk of injury when someone other than the main actor or actress is performing a stunt. In other cases, it may be used to avoid any potential embarrassment on the part of the actor or actress. Whatever the reason, it is interesting to know a butt double was used in this particular scene.
Poulter’s acting chops on full display
Will Poulter’s character Kenny raps along to TLC’s “Waterfalls”. According to Poulter, he stayed up late listening to the song to get into the character’s headspace. He also chose the song because he is a big fan of hip-hop music. The scene in which Kenny raps is one of the most memorable moments in the film. It shows off Poulter’s acting chops and his willingness to go the extra mile for his craft. It also demonstrates the importance of choosing the right song for a scene. In this case, “Waterfalls” helps to set the mood and gives the audience a better understanding of Kenny’s character.
See her in a familiar role as a woman who creates a fake family
Jennifer Aniston stars in We’re the Millers as a character who is recruited to create a fake family. This marks the second time Aniston has played a character in a film who is tasked with creating a false family, the first being Just Go With It (2011). In both films, her characters are successful in their efforts and end up forging bonds with the people they are pretending to be related to. However, the two movies differ in tone, with We’re the Millers being a more light-hearted comedy while Just Go With It is a more dramatic romance. Despite this, both films are enjoyable and feature great performances from Aniston.
Jason Sudeikis is a Miller in two movies
Jason Sudeikis plays a character in the movie We’re the Millers (2013) who is also in the TV-series Last Man on Earth. In both cases, he plays a Miller. In We’re the Millers, his character is part of a family who pretends to be related to smuggle drugs across the Mexican border. In Last Man on Earth, his character is one of the last people on Earth after a virus has wiped out most of humanity. Both characters are from Tucson, Arizona too.
We’re the Millers is a great movie to watch for laughs, but it also provides some insight into how families function. The dynamics between the Miller family members are exaggerated for comedic effect, but many of the issues they face are common in families today. If you want to see a funny movie with a message, We’re the Millers is definitely worth watching.