Wanderlust Paul Rudd plays George, a politely frustrated Wall Street worker living in a microscopic Manhattan apartment with his bad documentarian wife, Linda (a funny Jennifer Aniston, Rudd’s costar in The Object of My Affection and Friends). When George loses his job and Linda’s penguin cancer documentary is passed over by HBO, they wind up at a free sex commune presided over by a strange Christ-like figure (Justin Theroux). It’s directed and co-written by David Wain (Wet Hot American Summer, Role Models), and that’s a good thing, because Rudd has had some of his best screen moments under Wain’s direction. There are a few scenes here that are among Rudd’s best, including a mirror moment when he practices sex talk that’s an instant classic. Not Wain’s best, but Rudd and company, including many members of The State, make it memorably funny.