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We're the Millers (3-Aug-2013)

Director: Rawson Marshall Thurber

Writers: Sean Anders; Steve Faber; Bob Fisher; John Morris

Keywords: Crime/Comedy, Marijuana

Tasked with the objective of transporting a large quantity of marijuana into the United States, a veteran drug dealer opts to form a fake "family".

ABSTRACT
David Clark, a veteran drug dealer, is tasked with the transportation of a large quantity of marijuana past the Mexican border and into the United States by wealthy drug lord Brad Gurdlinger. To accomplish this feat, Clark brings a stripper, runaway, and virgin on board to form a fake family called the "Millers" as a cover for his operation, running into problems concerning rival Mexican drug cartels all along the way.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Scott Adsit
Actor
26-Nov-1965   Pete Hornberger on 30 Rock
Jennifer Aniston
Actor
11-Feb-1969   Rachel on Friends
Luis Guzmán
Actor
28-Aug-1956   Ramon on John From Cincinnati
Kathryn Hahn
Actor
23-Jul-1974   Lily Lebowski on Crossing Jordan
Ed Helms
Comic
24-Jan-1974   The Daily Show
Thomas Lennon
Actor
9-Aug-1970   Reno 911!, The State
Ken Marino
Actor
19-Dec-1968   The State
Nick Offerman
Actor
26-Jun-1970   Ron Swanson on Parks and Recreation
Emma Roberts
Actor
10-Feb-1991   Addie Singer in Unfabulous
Jason Sudeikis
Actor
18-Sep-1975   Saturday Night Live

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