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The film is rated "R", meaning anyone under 17 needs to be accompanied by an adult to see it in theaters or to purchase it in the store. If you don't want to watch a hilarious movie with shocking obscenity and nudity, go watch something else.
I personally think "Wanderlust" is the perfect film for anyone who's questioned their life's path and I think the movie has some wonderfully understated moral themes about individuality versus group identity.
Jennifer Aniston, Justin Theroux and Paul Rudd are all at their best while they're working together. It's also fun to see three giant movie stars doing a film that was not a sure-fire blockbuster guarantee.
I say, if you're not a prude, see this film; If you are, go see another crappy remake of a fairy-tale or a movie about harmless vampires falling in love.
As I think back a few hours about this movie I would argue that it might be just another comedy if not for the brilliance and comedic genius of Paul Rudd. Yes, Jennifer Aniston seems to get more beautiful as she gets older and yes, she has her moments (including one involving pixilated boobs) but this is Rudd's movie. He plays George and is married to Linda (Aniston). They live in New York City. After several unsuccessful career moves, Linda makes a pitch to HBO to show a documentary she produced about testicular cancer in penguins. Pretty funny concept right there. She's turned down.
George is a successful business executive in the financial sector. As the CEO of his firm is perp-walked away in handcuffs for some form of SEC malfeasance, George loses his job. All of this comes the day after they movie into their brand new micro-loft studio apartment. In route to Atlanta in their aging Honda, where George's brother Rick (co-writer Ken Marino) has promised a job, they stumble upon a bed and breakfast where they hope to stay for the night. Located in northern Georgia, it is actually a commune community where characters of all stripes are in residence. In spite of their differences, George and Linda enjoy their stay but must move on to Atlanta.
After a night or two in Rick and Marisa's (Michaela Watkins) suburban home, they've had enough (Rick is an A-hole and Marisa is always drunk or drugged) and head back to the commune.Read more ›
George (Paul Rudd) and Linda (Jennifer Aniston) are moving to New York to follow their dreams. Well, George is reluctantly moving there while Linda follows her dreams. Now they find themselves with a studio apartment (oh excuse me, a "micro-loft") that is incredibly tiny and massively expensive. But things get rough when Linda's hopes get washed down the drain and George loses his job. George's brother Rick (Ken Marino) has a job waiting for George, but they're all the way in Atlanta. Leaving their dreams behind, George and Linda go on a road trip and stop at Elysium before reaching their destination. Elysium is unlike anything George and Linda have ever experienced before as everyone shares everything, is so open with one another, and even believes in free love. As everything that could go wrong does, George and Linda are faced with the decision of continuing to live in the city for the technology and advancements they love or moving to the country, being stripped of that technology, and feeling happier than they can ever remember.Read more ›
Jen and Paul Rudd are a married couple who lose their jobs and home. They then stumble upon a Hippie village by accident in the middle of nowhere GA. Things seem perfect at first, only to find out that the grass isnt always greener. This movie had my wife and I gasping for air after the first 2 minutes. Rent it, buy it, whatever! You wont be dissapointed! I agree that some jokes are drawn out; but they appear to do so, knowingly, on purpose, and it was funny regardless.
Cliff notes: Swearing, crude humor, nudity, reefer, peyote, Jennifer Annistone, whats not to like?!
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Guilty pleasure for hippies at heart. Lots of fun and obscure references.Published 6 hours ago by PeaceLoveVeggies
I love this movie. Hilarious. Would not recommend watching it with the kids.Published 24 days ago by DSully72
I thought this was going to be an extended version of the original movie, but I was completely wrong. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tamara Hernandez
I thought this was an extended version when it was like an editor cute. This isn't the movie. I purchased this first, wasted money.Published 1 month ago by Danielle Piacentini
There are a few funny parts, but this moviemismreally stupid! Love the actors,in it tho!Published 1 month ago by Dana M Wilson