Watch We're the Millers Online & Download Movie Jason Sudeikis plays a pot dealer who, as a disguise for smuggling a huge shipment of weed, forms a fake family to drive an RV across the Mexico border. He gathers local stripper Rose (Jennifer Aniston), surly homeless teenager Casey (Emma Roberts) and his young, naive neighbor Kenny (Will Poulter).

The whole concept has two motives: to lampoon the idea of the traditional all-American family, and as an excuse to get Aniston to take off her clothes. Both are worthy endeavors, but everything in "We're the Millers" feels forced – a hodgepodge of comedic rhythms made to lurch from one crude gag to another.

Watch We're the Millers Online & Download Movie Despite obvious comedic talents, Sudeikis and Aniston have each had difficulty finding their place in the movies, and neither really fit their parts: small-time Denver pot dealer (dispatched for the pick-up by Ed Helms' polite but ruthless drug lord) and bitter stripper with a heart of gold, respectively.

The concealed identity shtick would have been more fruitful if the characters' personalities weren't just as thin as their charade. But with such stereotype underpinnings, 'We're the Millers' remains the broadest of caricatures.

Watch We're the Millers Online & Download Movie The film, too, comes from mixed sensibilities. The script was begun by 'Wedding Crashers' scribes Bob Fisher and Steve Faber, and finished by 'Hot Tub Time Machine' writers Sean Anders and John Morris. 'Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story' director Rawson Marshall Thurber keeps the tone appropriately