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We're the Millers Movie Quotes

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"We're the Millers" movie quotes tell the hilarious tale of a drug dealer who hires a fake family to help him smuggle drugs. The comedy film was directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber using a story by Bob Fisher and Steve Faber, who collaborated on the screenplay with Sean Anders and John Morris. "We're the Millers" opened in the United States on August 7, 2013.

In "We're the Millers," small time drug dealer David Burke (Jason Sudeikis) is tasked by his boss Brad Gurdlinger (Ed Helms) to pick up a "smidge" of marijuana in Mexico and bring it back to the states. David knows that bringing drugs through customs is risky so he assembles a team to pose as his family so they can travel in an RV without suspicion.

David hires two local kids, Kenny and Casey (Will Poilter and Emma Roberts, respectively) to play his children and his stripper neighbor Rose (Jennifer Aniston) to play his wife. All is going reasonably well until they learn that a "smidge" means an RV full of drugs, their vehicle breaks down and the international drug lord from whom they got the drugs is after them.

"We're the Millers" hits theaters right smack in the middle of the summer of 2013, which is already filled with other great movies such as "Elysium," "2 Guns," "Blue Jasmine," "The Wolverine," "The To Do List," "Only God Forgives," "Girl Most Likely," "Red 2," "R.I.P.D.," "Pacific Rim," "Grown Ups 2," "The Lone Ranger," "Despicable Me 2," "The Heat," "White House Down," "World War Z," "Man of Steel," "This Is the End," and "Olympus Has Fallen."
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    A Little Music

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    Rose O'Malley: "I don't think you think things through."
    David Burke: "Will you relax! How about a little music?"
    [Kenny begins singing along perfectly to TLC's "Waterfalls"]
    David Burke: [Mouths] "What the f***?"

    In one of many moments where the fake family members get to know each other a bit more, David, Rose and Casey learn that Kenny has a very unique talent in this scene. That talent? Singing along word for word with
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    Bring It Back Here by Sunday Night

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    Brad Gurdlinger: "I have a smidge of marijuana down in Mexico. Bring it back here by Sunday night and I'll pay you $100,000."
    David Burke: "This is way out of my league."
    Brad Gurdlinger: "You don't have a choice."
    [David sees a whale attack a dolphin]
    David Burke: "What the f*** is that?"
    Brad Gurdlinger: "I bought an orca. I make a lot of money."

    An interaction between David and his boss Brad sets off a chain of events by which the movie follows. Here, David learns that Brad wants him to smuggle what he says is just a tiny amount of drugs from Mexico back to the states. It sounds simple but things escalate quickly.
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    The Fitzgeralds

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    Rose O'Malley: "Is this part of your plan?"
    Don Fitzgerald: "You folks can make camp with the Fitzgeralds tonight."

    The fake family's RV breaks down leaving them stranded. While they are welcomed to stay with another camper family, they have to be careful to keep what they are hiding secret.
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    It's a Skateboard

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    David Burke: [Playing Pictionary] "Is that a rocket or um?"
    Rose O'Malley: "You know what that is, is that a cucumber? It's a big, black penis."
    Kenny: "It's a skateboard."
    David Burke: "Skateboard, great"
    Rose O'Malley: "Of course it is!"
    David Burke: "It's a big, black skateboard."

    An innocent game of Pictionary goes awry when Rose's stripper thoughts surface in her answers. Luckily David is there to get her mind out of the gutter.
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