Los Angeles Times - 02/24/2012
"[A] pure and prurient guilty pleasure....The laughter is served up naughty and nice, and frequently au naturel..."
Box Office - 02/23/2012 3 stars out of 5 -- "[B]uoyed both by Aniston's very real (and earned) star power and by the goodwill it earns by being a resolutely ?R' comedy..."
Movieline - 02/23/2012
"WANDERLUST has the ease of a film that's reuniting people who've worked together before....[Rudd and Aniston] have a comfortable chemistry..."
Hollywood Reporter - 02/22/2012
"Stars Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston are at home here, playing against a stock-raising performance by Justin Theroux as the charismatic libertine who prompts their adventure."
Entertainment Weekly - 03/02/2012
"[I]t's a pleasure to see Aniston thrive in her comedy zone, secure in the knowledge that for every inch of propriety she's willing to cede, Paul Rudd is ready to get 10 times as crazy for a grateful nation." -- Grade: A-
Total Film - 05/01/2012 3 stars out of 5 -- "There's plenty of fun to be had here at the expense of the collective's screwy members..."
Sight and Sound - 05/01/2012
"[A]musing dialogue and performances make WANDERLUST an agreeable watch....It's arguably the best film Aniston has made in years."
Director David Wain (ROLE MODELS) teams up with producer Judd Apatow (GET HIM TO THE GREEK) for this comedy about an overtaxed Manhattan couple who move to a liberated community that rejects the rules of contemporary society. Urban power couple George (Paul Rudd) and Linda (Jennifer Aniston) are already buckling under the stress of living in the city when George loses his job. Desperate, they decide to move to Atlanta and stay with George's obnoxious brother until they can get back on their feet. Along the way, however, they find themselves venturing into Elysium, a small, free-spirited community where money has no value, clothes are strictly optional, and everyone works together to make life more meaningful. It's the perfect place for a stressed-out couple like George and Linda to breathe deep and put their lives into perspective. But will they remain in Elysium, or will the many temptations of the modern world ultimately prove too attractive to resist'