Film Review: WE'RE THE MILLERS

This film is lightweight, a little bit funny and a little bit naughty, but the key characters start out too clean cut for what they are trying to sell to the audience, they didn't have far enough to go to make their story inpactful, but if you want a no-brainer giggle with a friend this could be the film for you.

JENNIFER ANISTON as Rose O'Reilly in New Line Cinema's action comedy "WE'RE THE MILLERS," a Warner Bros. Pictures release. Photo by Michael TackettThe strip by Jennifer Anniston feels randomly dropped into the story like a stunt to pull an audience of Anniston fans and to showcase a movie stars great body, it would have worked better up front when they introduced her character. Strangely it made me think of the film "Flashdance" but not nearly as good. I think it should have been funny, she could have completely stuffed it up... fallen in oil, landed with her boobs in the bad guys face and ended up hanging upside down from a chain around her leg... something like that... maybe the big guy could have got carried away and joined in... just something more here would have worked better for me.

TOMER SISLEY as Pablo Chacon and MATTHEW WILLIG as One-Eye in New Line Cinema's action comedy "WE'RE THE MILLERS," Photo Courtesy of Warner Bros. PicturesNice lighting and set.

JENNIFER ANISTON as Rose O'Reilly, JASON SUDEIKIS as David Clark, NICK OFFERMAN as Don Fitzgerald and KATHRYN HAHN as Edie Fitzgerald in "WE'RE THE MILLERS," Photo by Michael TackettThis is one of the funniest scenes, in fact all the scenes with Kathryn Hahn and Nick Offerman were great.

MOLLY QUINN as Melissa Fitzgerald, KATHRYN HAHN as Edie Fitzgerald and NICK OFFERMAN as Don Fitzgerald in New Line Cinema's action comedy "WE'RE THE MILLERS," a Warner Bros. Pictures release. Photo by Michael TackettThese characters would be fabulous in their own movie, I'd like to see that.