We're the Millers

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Re: We're the Millers

#11 Post by deb1 » Mon Aug 12, 2013 10:48 pm

Saw this tonight at a full Glasgow Cineworld with OH. Thought the trailer was funny and film looked good but was hesitant incase the trailer was funnier than the film. I didn't have to be - it was absolutely hilarious, my jaws are sore from laughing. Worth staying after the film for the outtakes too.
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#12 Post by claire » Mon Aug 12, 2013 11:01 pm

Loved it.

Think best I have seen this year. Much better than heat

8/10

Ps. Loved the outtakes. Esp friends song
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#13 Post by LiteupLee » Mon Aug 12, 2013 11:08 pm

Loved it, Liverpool was chocka block. Was it just Liverpool or was everywhere having their tickets scanned when handing them over????
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Re: We're the Millers

#14 Post by SOLACE » Mon Aug 12, 2013 11:14 pm

Saw this at Shepards Bush this evening , I wasn't expecting much from it but very surprisingly It turned out really good! Bit crude in a few places for my liking however I did laugh out loud in other places, overall very enjoyable!
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#15 Post by marjoreemarjora » Tue Aug 13, 2013 7:40 am

Saw this in a packed and very hot Omni Centre. Obviously a free film so no air con on. Canny Scots!!
Felt as if I had been in a sauna.

Not a bad film, other than the heat.

Can't understand what all the hype about Jennifer Anniston was, still the same as always, bit wooden like Owen Wilson.

Hubby preferred the Lone Ranger!!!

7/10 from us
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Re: We're the Millers

#16 Post by Maverick23 » Tue Aug 13, 2013 9:53 am

I really enjoyed it - much better than I expected. I did wonder how Will Poulter got the role over actors from the states but I thought he was good.

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#17 Post by hlm » Tue Aug 13, 2013 9:56 am

Better than expected. Some funny moments and enjoyed the outtakes.

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#18 Post by Spring » Tue Aug 13, 2013 10:58 am

hlm wrote:Better than expected. Some funny moments and enjoyed the outtakes.

same here o/
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#19 Post by canadian_turtle » Tue Aug 13, 2013 11:51 am

I laughed. A lot. I did not expect this film to be even remotely funny from the dull blurb on IMDB but I have to say I was really pleasantly surprised. Loved the cast and loved a lot of the jokes. The outtakes were good too though my enjoyment of them was slightly hampered by someone in the back row pretending they were at a concert and VERY loudly whooping, cheering, etc.

Still 7.5/10
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#20 Post by ejwrank » Tue Aug 13, 2013 12:21 pm

canadian_turtle wrote:I laughed. A lot. I did not expect this film to be even remotely funny from the dull blurb on IMDB but I have to say I was really pleasantly surprised. Loved the cast and loved a lot of the jokes. The outtakes were good too though my enjoyment of them was slightly hampered by someone in the back row pretending they were at a concert and VERY loudly whooping, cheering, etc.

Still 7.5/10
No that wasn't me even though I was in the back row--but only there because I swapped seats so a couple could sit together. Also gave my spare ticket to someone who couldn't find their print out -- she was feverishly emptying her handbag and her OH was not best pleased. Fortunately there were two of us with spare tickets to get them in (they seemed quite astonished that others would help so obviously not FMUKers).

Glad to see canadian_turtle, martadelas (hope I got that right -- don't think we've ever been properly introduced) and tsoiboy. The film really wasn't for me though there were a few laughs. I thought the funniest bit was the final outtake. Still I'm glad so many here enjoyed it.
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