Happiness. Everyone wants it and they think certain items including technology will bring them happiness. People think money will bring them happiness - a great, secure job, and by buying certain items like the nice car, the huge house, the latest technology. But if you look closely to the reality, you will find that real, great relationships with people with love are what matters the most. Sharing great moments with people makes you enjoy life together, and from that happiness will come from within.
In the movie "Wanderlust", the two main characters, a New York couple, George (Paul Rudd) and Linda (Jennifer Aniston) think having great jobs and money will give them the perfect life and bring them happiness. They lust for the perfect life. The same day Linda's job 'choice of the year' doesn't work out, George loses his good job he hated. They find they must move temporarily to live with his brother, who has a good job, a nice house, a nice car, and a family.
It is the great, real relationships that count in life and determine the level of enjoyment in life. The director did a wonderful job illustrating in "Wanderlust" to show that money does not actually bring you true happiness but sharing great moments with people you have great relationships with. The grade I would give this comedic movie is an A.
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