Rated 3.0

After finding themselves out of work and broke, New York couple George and Linda (Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston) are forced to move to Atlanta and mooch off George’s douchey but rich brother. Along the way, they make a pit stop at Elysium Bed and Breakfast, a scenic B&B that turns out to actually be a hippie commune, where free love, guitar medleys and armpit hair rule the land. Realizing that signing on to this alternative lifestyle might be their best option—and maybe exactly what they need to de-stress—George and Linda give Elysium a trial run. Rudd’s charming neurotic style is a perfect comic contrast to the laid-back bohemians with whom he finds himself surrounded, and the eclectic ensemble keeps things pleasantly strange, with free-love advocate Malin Akerman, hippie-Jesus type Justin Theroux and Alan Alda playing the commune’s loopy co-founder. The plot loses focus often, and it comes across like a bunch of fun individual scenes stuck together rather than an organized story. Essentially, it’s two hours of fun fluff, and that’s all it needs to be. Cinemark 14. Rated R