- Cast: Jennifer Aniston, Justin Theroux, Paul Rudd, Malin Akerman, Ray Liotta, Lauren Ambrose, Kathryn Hahn, Alan Alda, Joe Lo Truglio, Kerri Kenney, Linda Lavin, Michaela Watkins, Patricia French, Todd Barry, Jordan Peele, Keith Allen Hayes, John D'Leo, Joel Rogers, Martin Thompson, Frank Scozzari, Nicholas Macaluso, Ian Patrick, Juan Piedrahita, Greg Corbett, Larry Mainland, Richard Allan Jones
- Director: David Wain
- Writers: David Wain, Ken Marino
- Producers: Judd Apatow, Ken Marino, Paul Rudd, David Wain
- Associate Producer: David Soldinger
- Executive Producer: Richard Vane
- Casting: Susie Farris
- Costume Design: Debra McGuire
- D.O.P.: Michael Bonvillain
- Editors: David Moritz, Robert Nassau
- Makeup: Kimberly Greene
- Music: Craig Wedren
- Production Design: Aaron Osborne
- Set Decoration: Jennifer M. Gentile
After an urban couple purchases a place in New York, the husband loses his job. With no other options, the couple leaves for Georgia to live with family. Along the way, they stay at a bed and breakfast hotel that turns out to be a hippie commune.
- Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
- Filming Locations: Atlanta, USA; Georgia, USA; New York City, USA
- MPAA Warning: Sexual content, graphic nudity, language and drug use
- Production Companies: Apatow Productions
- Production Schedule: 13 September 2010 - November 2010
2012 Guide Analysis: "The team behind "Role Models" and "Children's Hospital" return for this light fun sounding comedy with the welcome re-union of "The Object of my Affection" stars Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd.
The story follows a New York City couple who've just purchased a new place right before the husband loses his job. With no options left, they skip off to Georgia to live with family. Along the way they hang out at a bed and breakfast that turns out to be a hippie commune.
Cue various nudist jokes which has earned this an R rating for sexual content, graphic nudity, language and drug use. On the surface there isn't much surprising or particularly original about this, but it should make for a pleasant enough diversion."