Hmm...looks like the typical degenerate trash that Americans love......and we wonder why family problems are out of control in this country.....
No, I haven't but it looks interesting. I'll be sure to get a copy in my next visit to the video shop.
Not yet, but if it's got Jennifer Aniston playing a stripper? I'm so there.
I saw "We're The Millers" yesterday because I like Jennifer Aniston and the previews looked funny. I love to see comedies.
That being said, yes, the movie had a lot of laughs and a plot where I wondered how it would be resolved.
HOWEVER, I do not understand why the "F" word had to be woven into a great many conversations as well as other profanity. Another example is the movie "Heat" with Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy. Both of these movies could have been just as funny WITHOUT the bad language.
Maybe it is included for realism, I don't know. I think profane and crude language in a movie is totally unnecessary. I find it annoying.
Therefore, movies of this type are rated 'R'. Leaving out the language, profanity, and unnecessary sexual innuendos would have lowered it to PG, allowing for a larger audience.
The acting was great, but I believe the movie would have been just as good with the profanity totally eliminated. Blessings, Sparklea
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