Wanderlust - 4 out of 5
Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston (as George and Linda Gergenblatt) star as a married couple who lose their apartment after Rudd's character loses his job and they are forced to reside with George's gloating, boorish brother (Ken Marino) but along the way they come across a hippie commune that, at first, feels like paradise but may end up being one man's version of hell.
|Ken Marino should have popped the collars on this character to maximize his|
hilarious douche bag level.
|Director David Wain...look, not all my captions|
can be jokes, some have to be informative.
|No privacy when pooping...yep, a hippie commune is a living hell.|
|Despite knowing what they were actually singing because I|
watched the movie, I like to pretend they are singing "I Like
|His mouth looks like he's about to drop an F-bomb but his eyes say, "Let's |
|Brad Pitt left her for Angelina Jolie? Yeah, that|
makes sense. If I was Brad Pitt...I would be incredibly
hot and talented.
|Did you know a group of rattlesnakes is called a rumba? See, I told you some of |
my captions are informative.
Wanderlust isn't a tremendous comedy and the hippie stereotype gags start to lose their luster and novelty very early in the movie but with the other "non-hippie" jokes, a heart-filled story and a strong presence from Rudd and a fantastic supporting cast, Wanderlust is a fine movie to give a chance to and throw in every so often when you get bored or down or even suicidal...but if you're suicidal please seek some help...or eat some chocolate--it's hard to be unhappy when you're eating chocolate.