2012, 98 min. Directed by David Wain.
A couple (played by Paul Rudd and Jennifer Anniston) lose their jobs and can no longer afford their postage stamp-size “micro loft” in New York city. They decide to leave the rat race of urban life, and end up in a commune in the South devoted to a free love, drugs, clothing-optional, lifestyle. Should be funnier, given the cast, but the script is full of lame jokes that mostly fall flat. Anniston is fine, but the material she has to work with is not. Produced by Judd Apatow. View the record for Wanderlust.
Les Kong, Coordinator of the Library Multi Media Center (PL-5005), and longtime Alfred Hitchcock fan, reviews movies from the library’s collection. The opinions expressed are his alone.