August is traditionally a bit of a dumping ground for movies that Hollywood isn't sure how to market or doesn't expect much from. In terms of sheer quality, Rawson Marshall Thurber's We're the Millers
, a late-summer release from New Line, deserved to open Memorial Day weekend.
Jason Sudeikis stars as David, a low-level pot dealer who doesn’t have a care or worry in the world -- no family, no responsibilities, no consequences -- until he's robbed by three guys after trying to stop them from mugging homeless teenager Casey (Emma Roberts) and his downstairs neighbor Kenny (Will Poulter), an innocent teen with a neglectful mom. After the trio swipe his cash...