There is a place in America so steeped in sin, even the most incorruptable succumb to its siren song of godless excess: Cedar Rapids, Iowa, setting for Cedar Rapids, the Ed Helms-led comedic juggernaut coming to theaters near you February 11. Also starring the lovely Anne Heche, the lovely Sigourney Weaver, and the even lovelier John C. Reilly, Cedar Rapids is the story of Brown Valley, Wisconsin's Tim Lippe -- a quirky, hilariously simple man-child who's "pre-engaged" to his 7th-grade teacher and, even more abnormally, doesn't drink -- as he travels to the sort-of-big-city to try to save his floundering insurance company, Brownstar. Overwhelmed by a conventioneers' hotel he considers as decadently delightful as Vegas, Tim is forced to come out of his conservative shell as he encounters ladies of the night, something called a "chocolate-vanilla love sandwich", swimming pools filled with nudity and space robots, "Dancing With the Tiger", and, most dangerously of all, rock-climbing professionals with suspicious ponytails.
To get a decadent bite of Cedar Rapids, watch the preview above. Then head to CedarRapidsMovie.com for more info, plus possibly the most hilariously ghastly insurance commercials ever filmed -- because you haven't seen excess until you've seen an eagle laying a giant "low rate egg" on the hood of a car.