Struggling marrieds George (Paul Rudd) and Linda (Jennifer Aniston) lose their careers shortly after buying an overpriced studio flat in Manhattan, so they're forced to move in with an obnoxious relative in Atlanta.
However, on the drive there they encounter a naked man in the woods who invites them into a hippie community, run by Justin Theroux's sleazebag and Alan Alda's acid casualty. Rudd and Aniston are engaging, as always, in this crude, broad comedy that, thankfully, never strays into sinister Martha Marcy Macy Marlene territory.
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