Summary: This movie is both predictable and unfunny. Although I had one or two laughs while watching it, I watched the majority of this movie with a raised eyebrow. It misses the mark on almost every occasion.
Summary: Definitely worth seeing just for the sheer fact of poking fun at the hippie, rainbow coliation lifestyle. "money buys nothing" great line which sums up the philosophy of these free love, non working hippies and a good opposite depiction of extreme other lifestyle where money is everything.
Summary: If you're a fan of The State or any of David Wain's other films ("Wet Hot American Summer", "The Ten", "Role Models"), you'll love this one. Justin Theroux fills the spot of Chris Meloni quite nicely. Rudd is amazing, as usual.
Summary: Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd play a New York couple that ends up living in a Georgia commune loaded with mildly wacky characters. Needless to say, there's plenty of humor at the expense of new age/hippie notions and the duo's comedy chops provide plenty of laughs.
Summary: Wow I wasn't expecting much and loved this movie. Wall to wall laughs, Rudd was hysterical, Aniston surprised me - she fit right in with this amazing cast. And the story moved me...it's a real wish-fulfillment fantasy that we all have about throwing it all away and trying out a new life.
Summary: Just what I expected from a David Wain movie. A simple story where reality is just that out of the norm, a lot of funny bits through out the movie and just an enjoyable experience all together. If you liked his previous movies you should be good with this one.
Summary: Writer director David Wain (WET HOT AMERICAN SUMMER, ROLE MODELS) once again teams up with Paul Rudd to deliver a hilariously offbeat comedy in WANDERLUST. Rudd stars as George, an overworked Manhattan business type who has just moved into an incredibly expensive apartment with his wife, Linda...