When small-time drug dealer David (Jason Sudekis) is forced to go across the border to Mexico collect a new consignment, he tries to improve his chances of a safe crossing by asking a penniless stripper (Jennifer Aniston) and a pair of local teenagers to join him and pose as an all-American clean cut family. “The Millers” set off on their unlikely journey, with hilarious consequences. The Blu-ray keeps the road trip going, with a gag reel, outtakes, deleted scenes and some extra stories from the Millers’ journey down to Mexico.
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The Millers pretend to be an exceptionally dysfunctional family, and with the festive season approaching, many of us will be spending plenty of time with our own slightly crazy families. So this week we want to know which on-screen families you love the most and why. Do you sympathise with the squabbling siblings in movies like Little Miss Sunshine, Step Brothers and The Addams Family? Or did you feel touched by the Oscar winning portrayals of problematic parents from Sandra Bullock (Blind Side) and Kevin Spacey (American Beauty)? Which movie families remind you the most of your own?
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