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Family Movie Review: Wanderlust (R)

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MPAA Rating: R       Length: 98 minutes

Age Appropriate for: 17+. Cursing and sexual language, implied sexual situations, full-frontal male and female nudity, and drug use. Older teenagers could handle it, but it’s probably best to save it for parent date night.

‘Wanderlust’ is a typical boy-loses-girl comedy wrapped up in the easy jokes of a free love hippie commune. It’s not so bad, if you can accept Jennifer Aniston being a free spirit (which is harder to do than you’d think).

By Roxana Hadadi

Jennifer Aniston as a highly inappropriate, oversexed dentist in last summer’s “Horrible Bosses” was a more believable turn than I ever could have expected from the actress formerly known as Rachel Green on “Friends.” But Aniston as a stuck-up New Yorker who suddenly embraces the commune lifestyle in “Wanderlust”? I just wasn’t buying it.

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