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According to one of the latest reviews of Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd's new movie "Wanderlust," the "coy" actress won't be acting out any "real" nude scenes anytime soon.
A Washington Post movie review given by Ann Hornaday on Friday, has gone beyond suggesting that "Wanderlust" is lacking, and went as far as to state that Jennifer Aniston's nude scene has was digitally "scrambled."
The movie, which made it's premiere on Friday, received plenty of media attention after it was revealed that Aniston would have a nude scene. However, Hornaday has stated that the movie is perhaps a bit too dependent on nude scenes, adding that Aniston's role is not the most "commendable" one.
"Male frontal nudity may be the driving raison d'etre of "Wanderlust," which also features a sequence of Aniston taking off her top - an image that's digitally scrambled, presumably according to the actress's contract," Hornaday wrote.
"Between this film and last summer's "Horrible Bosses," Aniston's coyness - starring in explicit movies without having to be explicit herself - seems to be becoming her stock in trade," Hornaday added giving a harsh review on Aniston. "It's not a particularly commendable one, and "Wanderlust" does little to disprove that she's still a star more suited to TV rather than the big screen."
Despite the harsh review of Aniston, Hornaday did give some credit to Rudd and Justin Theroux for making a fair contribution of humor to the movie. "The role of an uptight fish out of water is what Rudd was born for, and he plays George with the congeniality and improvisatorial brio for which he's become deservedly famous. He and Theroux, who's barely recognizable beneath a thatch of long hair and a beard, deliver the most well-earned laughs in "Wanderlust…" Hornaday wrote.