The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
Walter Mitty, a daydreaming writer with an overprotective mother, likes to imagine that he is a hero who experiences fantastic adventures. His dream becomes reality when he accidentally meets a mysterious woman who hands him a little black book. According to her, it contains the locations of the Dutch crown jewels hidden since World War II. Soon, Mitty finds himself in the middle of a confusing conspiracy, where he has difficulty differentiating between fact and fiction.
- Stars:Danny Kaye, Virginia Mayo, Boris Karloff, Fay Bainter, Ann Rutherford, Thurston Hall, Gordon Jones, Florence Bates, Konstantin Shayne, Reginald Denny, Henry Corden, Doris Lloyd, Fritz Feld, Frank Reicher, Milton Parsons,
- Director:Norman Z. McLeod,
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(nl) wrote: One of the best documentaries I've seen on a musician, I've fallen in love with the music and would recommend this movie to anyone who loves the underdog.
(us) wrote: Possibly the worst flick ever recorded -at least it was mercifully short! Decent story line with some appalling acting?
(mx) wrote: Painfully disturbing.
(it) wrote: These small scale vignettes capture true individuals in the melting pot of New York. A poetic, enjoyable and moving film for romantics.
(kr) wrote: THIS IS THE WORST ANIMATED MOVIE I EVER CAME INTO CONTACT WITH!
(ca) wrote: Originally this film was supposed to be a tv show on Fox. However, Fox pulled the plug due to its risqu nature. So, they put the 1st 3 episodes together as this film. This film was almost a mediocre movie, but I had some issues with the editing & the ridiculous ending. Even though the 1st film was a mid-tier mediocre film its use of camp & dark comedy was a lot better placed. In this film every scene was campy & cynical. The performances of Sarah Thompson & Robin Dunne were very good in a not so good film. Thompson is a good actress from TV's "7th Heaven", but why did she do this film? I actually thought the plot concept for this film was better than the original but was just poorly executed. Amy Adams's version of Katherine was over acted to the hilt. In the middle of the film it actually progresses into a nice love affair between Dunne (Sebastian) & Thompson. But I am so not buying into the plot twist at the end. How could the nice innocent girl played by Thompson be part of one of Katherine's schemes to get back at Sebastian? Give me a break. She would not even be capable of it. Kumble is a cynical guy & the ending is too smart for itself. The film may be worth seeing for those strictly into dark comedies. If you see it kick back, drink some scotch, & watch an archaic Blue Blood world that unfortunately still exists. In general skip it & see the original. This film is essentially just a reproduction of the first film.
(gb) wrote: This movie had a Made for TV feel about it. It was non memorable and not very scary. It could have had more depth to the story. Scarier moments. The town thinks the friends are lying about their friend's disappearance. The guy suddenly shows up, then has a few flashbacks about what happened to him during his abduction by the aliens. That's it!!
(jp) wrote: If it weren't for insomnia, I would have missed watching this piece of crap.