By oldcarmike
Written February 25, 2012
Actually it was a fun movie but I think so much more could have been done with it. It was rather slow paced and Paul Rudd's performance kind of dragged the movie down, he just didn't seem to have the timing down for the comedy. Alan Alda was definitely fun as the absent minded hippie founder of the commune. There are a lot of giggles in the film especially if your of the flower generation (most of us have wilted by now) Not a must see but definitely on the see list if have some time to kill, you'll leave with a smile.
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Wanderlust (could be the worst film ever made)

By gmhempstead
Written February 25, 2012
I want my 100 minutes back. I am so embarassed for Jennifer Anniston and Alan Alda because generally I really like and respect their work. How could they have invested their time and talent in this piece of junk is beyoound comprehension. Are they that desperate for money? I have not seen every film ever made therefore I can't say this is the worst film ever produced, but of all the films I have ever gone to see in the theatre this is by far the worst. Please stay home in droves. Don't waste your money.
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By Irishhug08
Written February 25, 2012
This movie has some really funny parts, but overall it's just weird and not that good. If we could've gotten our money back, we would have. Most definitely NOT for kids, if you're thinking of taking your teen, please consider if you want them seeing lots of naked old people first. Not good Ms. Aniston, not good.
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By redda
Written February 27, 2012
Usually I don't like Jennifer Aniston movies because they all the same, but this one was really funny. Liked the rest of the cast too!! Paul Rudd was hallarious.
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By ebomsta
Written February 26, 2012
Horrid! Horrid! Horrid! Every moment of the attempted humor was contrived, drawn out, and just embarrassing. I have never before felt bad for the actors on screen, they have chosen their profession after all, but I was genuinely embarrassed for them. This is truly one of the worst films I've ever seen. Wanderlust was predictable, rude to the point of being uncomfortable, and internally inconsistent. What a waste of time, i'd prefer to pour ashes in mouth than have seen this movie. I only stayed because a close friend hoped it would get better and wanted to stay, it didn't, it got worse. Nothing redeeming in this movie. I suggest you go out and spend time with friends instead, or pour ashes in your mouth; either is far far preferable.
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