Do you remember that reporter who gave one of the most beloved Mila Kunis interviews of all time? You know, the English one who started talking about the perfect first date, going to soccer matches, and showing Kunis a good time in his home country. Well it looks like BBC reporter Chris Stark is keeping up his shtick as the fumbling, awkward bloke who asks hot Hollywood actress nothing about the films they're in, but instead goes on weird tangents for the sake of going viral. Clearly, it's...Read Full Story
(From Sony Pictures | Warner Bros.)Two R-rated movies were winners at this weekend's box office with Elysium winning the weekend, but with less money than We're the Millers made in the five days since it opened. Neill Blomkamp's sci-fi action flick took the top spot for the weekend at $30.4 million, which was less than analysts were expecting. We're the Millers, which relied heavily on Jennifer Aniston in its marketing, opened Wednesday last week, and took in $38 million through Sunday.With a...Read Full Story
From left: Amanda Seyfried in Lovelace, Jennifer Aniston in We're the Millers, Matt Damon in Elysium. (RADIUS-TWC | Warner Brothers | Sony, TriStar)ElysiumDirected by Neill BlomkampStarring: Matt Damon, Jodie Foster, Sharlto Copley, Alice BragaThis hyperactive sci-fi thriller is likely the movie to see this summer. After disappointments like Oblivion and After Earth, District 9 director Blomkamp's sophomore feature arrives with a bang this weekend. It's got extreme robot on human violence...Read Full Story
Getty ImagesJennifer Aniston has been dealing with questions about her plans for children since she was married to Brad Pitt. Now, the baby questions are old. Really old.The actress is now promoting her latest flick We're the Millers and since her character is a stripper who poses as a mother or two, she's been grilled her personal life again. Aniston says she's been getting questions "trying to relate it to the movie with, 'Oh, if I was to have a child how many kids do I want?' And 'do I...Read Full Story
The Bottom Line
Should you see it?
Less creative or funny than the worst of sitcoms, We're the Millers suffers from its performances, writing, just about everything.
There isn't a moment in We're the Millers that won't remind you you're watching a movie. It's the single-most contrived, store-bought comedy of the year. Based around the premise that swearing and recycling other peoples' jokes is funny, this unimaginative, boring film will lull you to sleep over...Read Full Story
"We're the Millers" is an R-rated comedy about a drug dealer who puts together a fake family to help him transport a giant shipment of marijuana over the Mexican border. Find more videos, information, and news on "We're the Millers" below.