Wanderlust is about two or three script passes away from being a consistently funny, dramatically coherent romantic comedy. Directed by David Wain of the sketch comedy group The State (he also made the cult teen-movie spoof Wet Hot American Summer), this 90-minute bundle of sketch ideas—some inspired, some tediously overfamiliar—earns a lot of points just for having its heart in the right place.
Judd Apatow may not have directed Wanderlust [that would be David Wain], but his instincts as a producer remain pretty much flawless. Like last year’s Bridesmaids, the trailers for Wanderlust really don’t begin to hint at how funny ... Read Post
If you're a fan of David Wain and Michael Showalter's 2001 cult comedy hit Wet Hot American Summer, I hope you're sitting down. Netflix is officially rebooting the movie for an eight-episode series. It's going to be a prequel, and t... Read Post