Jacob Neff’s review published on Letterboxd:
Perfectly titled and showcases Steve Carell's wide dynamic range. But it's not just Carell. Everyone's on their game and bringing something unique to the screen along with far more depth than I expected and unexpected character development. It's a smart, funny, at times painful script that is cringingly blunt about the difference between fantasy and reality and modern-day attitudes and treatment of sex and relationships compared to real-world emotions and consequences in a way few films are. Does a good job showing how the fantasy of living free and wild isn't all it's cracked up to be and comes at a cost.