I went into Changeland not expecting it to be good. Seth Green is known for comedy, as is Breckin Meyer and Macaulay Culkin (who hardly ever appears in films anymore). I kind of expected a very low budget bomb here and I have to say, I was kind of blown away by how good this film was. There is a lot of heart here that I just didn't expect. Everyone is fanastic in their roles. The movie takes a little while to get started. It doesn't pick up the pace until about a third of the way in but once it does, it really culminates in a wild ride.
The ending was a little abrupt. I think they could have fleshed it out a bit more but after thinking about it for a little while, I think it was a good way to end it. Not every story has to be completely resolved at the end. The lead doesn't always have to end up with the girl or be the hero. There is no toxic masculinity here. Just a soul-searching trip to Thailand with a good friend and a lot of wonderful characters. Knowing that most of the actors in the film are friends in real life helps to sell you on it quite a bit. If you go into it knowing that, I think it makes for a great film. It's a chance for old friends to reconnect and work out their slight issues together while also working on the much bigger issue of the leads marriage.
I think you should take a chance on this one but don't go into it expecting a comedy. You will definitely be disappointed (as shown in some of the other reviews). Go into expecting a movie with some heart and I think you'll enjoy it.