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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.
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Trailer for David Wain’s ‘Wanderlust’ is One Big ‘The State’ Reunion on a Commune

Entertainment / Film : Film School Rejects (3 years ago)

Watching the trailer for Wanderlust – the new movie directed by Wet Hot American Summer director David Wain – makes me want to watch every episode of The State all over again. In short, I wanna dip my balls in it. Starring Paul Rudd... Read Post

Wanderlust – Yet Another Vulgar Comedy With Heart From The Judd Apatow Laugh Factory!

Entertainment : EclipseMagazine (3 years ago)

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

David Wain Moves From Wainy Days to Role Models

Entertainment : The Underwire (6 years ago)

Director David Wain is used to working under the radar. The quirky auteur got his start in 1993 on MTV's short-lived, sophomoric sketch comedy show The State, then wrote and directed 2001's summer camp cult comedy Wet Hot American S... Read Post

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