This film was surprisingly funny, and I'm definitely one to avoid anything with Jennifer Aniston in it. Particularly, Justin Theroux's character was funny. Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston are a New York couple who fall on hard times after Rudd loses his job. They go to stay with his brother in Atlanta, but end up choosing to reside in a collectively community off the beaten path. The group of hippies is endearing and Rudd and Aniston start to enjoy their time there, except being away from "normal" life becomes harder for Rudd and easier for Aniston.
This one is definitely not for the all-time favorites list, but it was a good movie on a night when we wanted something lighter and funnier.