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.
It's been known for some time that writer/director David Wain has been looking to return to the world of his 2001 cult comedy Wet Hot American Summer, which brought together much of the talent from MTV's 1990s sketch comedy show "Th... Read Post
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