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Aug 10, In We're the Millers, small-time pot dealer David Clark (Jason Sudeikis) has to work off a debt to his This kid's tongue is going places!. Nov 19, David Burke (Jason Sudeikis) is a small-time pot dealer whose clientele includes chefs and soccer moms, but no kids-after all, he has his. We're the Millers is a American comedy film directed by Rawson M. Thurber . The film's 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.
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.
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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.We're the Millers Kenny singing Waterfalls!
Will Poulter, who plays virginal teen son Kenny, may hail from Britain, but he adopts a very convincing American accent.
That's not this scene-stealer's only talent—for a joke that was added on the fly and suggested by SudeikisPoulter skillfully raps along to TLC 's "Waterfalls.
This kid's tongue is going places! If you have a fear of spiders—or if you have a scrotum—be prepared to squirm in your seat. During the Millers' trip to Mexico, a tarantula hitches a ride in their RV, crawls up Kenny's shorts, and bites him in the We get glimpses of the guy's severely swollen sac, though actor Poulter wears a prosthetic attachment for the scene instead of showing his real junk. That would've taken balls. Jen's biggest roles Warner Bros.
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What a Strip Tease: 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. 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.
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Scotty tries to sexually harass Casey, but is thwarted by Sarah and Kenny. 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.
David and Kenny then subdue him while he is distracted. Melissa and Kenny with a newfound confidence kiss, as do David and Sarah.
David delivers the drugs to Gurdlinger, who tells him he is late and that their deal is off, but then admits that he had never intended to pay him at all. DEA agents interrupt the meeting, arresting Gurdlinger, revealing that David grassed them up.
He then adds that anyone who was a witness to the crime will be put into protection, which pleases David. The Millers are then seen together in a suburban house with several marijuana plants growing in the back garden. Ed Helms as Brad Gurdlinger, a drug lord who hires David to smuggle marijuana from Mexico and one of the film's two main villains. Kathryn Hahn as Edith Fitzgerald, Don's wife. Matthew Willig as One-Eye, Pablo's henchman.