|Formats:||15 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Jennifer Aniston, Malin Akerman, Paul Rudd, Ray Liotta, Justin Theroux, Lauren Ambrose, Alan Alda|
|Studio:||UNIVERSAL PICTURES UK|
|Collections:||UK top 50 weekly chart|
|Run time:||1 hour 38 minutes|
|Rental release:||24 Aug 2012|
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I would recommend you do housework instead, you might find more fun in thatBy Bondjovi (11 reviews) from Irvine , 11 Apr 2012
[Highly rated reviewer]I went to see this movie at the cinema and the only thing that stopped me from leaving before it reached the end was that I paid to go and see it and therefore refused to let my money go to waste. This is a very poorly constructed movie that contains absolutely no enjoyment or entertainment whatsoever accompanied by some painfully bad performances from the supporting cast and a script that could be better written by a young child about their first day at school. As for Jennifer Aniston, I don't mean any disrespect, but I think she should just retire, it's just one bad movie after another for her. To be fair I don't think she's a bad actress, I just think that every movie she stars in is a load of crap.
If there was one positive I could think of then it would be Paul Rudd's decent performance. As usual he does what he can on his part, but unfortunately it's not enough to hide the tragedy of the rest of it.
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ANIMAL HOUSE meets COCOONBy a customer , 26 Nov 2013Light and daft fish-out-of-water, twisted redemption comedy, WANDERLUST is what gross-out humour becomes in its late 30s - toned-down teenage kicks. Moves well with surprises, awful people and inappropriate funnies. Top marks go to Paul Rudd for his relentlessly inept dirty talk. Blu-Ray contains a deliberately strange 'Bizarro Cut', a 90-minute version of WANDERLUST made from outtakes only.
Wanderlust reviewBy Newboyatwoodend (1 review) , 23 Nov 2013Very disappointing. We turned it off after ninety minutes as we found it distasteful and boring. Not at all what we wanted to watch. The characters were totally unbelievable and the story line was rubbish. The whole thing was just a bad advertisement for a ridiculous alternative lifestyle
Patchwork comedyBy FayeB (8 reviews) , 07 Oct 2013The story is a bit patchy but there are enough laughs and giggles to keep you watching. Some of the gags are a bit predictable but well done and Alan Alder makes a surprise appearance that is quite refreshing.
Some very funny momentsBy LinaR (8 reviews) , 18 Sep 2013This film has some very funny moments and is likeable, but ultimately fairly forgettable. Some say Jennifer Aniston often plays the same role and that does seem true. I don't think she's ever played a character that has really challenged her. However I always find her very watchable and this is one of her better, recent films.
light hearted funBy a customer , 08 Sep 2013I don't understand why people give this film such bad reviews. It's a bit of light hearted fun, maybe a bit predictable but sometimes you need something effortless to watch. The actors are clearly having fun & not taking themselves too seriously. There are some good laugh out loud moments, accept it for what it is.