Walt: The Man Behind the Myth

Walt: The Man Behind the Myth

From Mickey Mouse to MARY POPPINS to Disneyland and beyond, Walt Disney touched the hearts of millions with his special brand of magic. In this revealing portrait, you'll discover the man behind the myth as never before. Inspired by daughter Diane Disney Miller and hosted by Disney legend Dick Van Dyke, the film features all-new interviews with friends, family, collaborators, and experts plus never-before-seen home movies. Through good times and bad, including a brush with bankruptcy during World War II, Walt remained a driven innovator and perfectionist behind studio gates and devoted family man at home. Commemorating the 100th anniversary of his birth, WALT: THE MAN BEHIND THE MYTH offers the most intimate look yet at the man whose legacy continues to inspire the world.

From Mickey Mouse to MARY POPPINS to Disneyland and beyond, Walt Disney touched the hearts of millions with his special brand of magic. In this revealing portrait, you'll discover the man behind the myth as never before. Inspired by daughter Diane Disney Miller and hosted by Disney legend Dick Van Dyke, the film features all-new interviews with friends, family, collaborators, and experts plus never-before-seen home movies. Through good times and bad, including a brush with bankruptcy during World War II, Walt remained a driven innovator and perfectionist behind studio gates and devoted family man at home. Commemorating the 100th anniversary of his birth, WALT: THE MAN BEHIND THE MYTH offers the most intimate look yet at the man whose legacy continues to inspire the world. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Alice S (it) wrote: Three bros navigate the perils and promise of modern romance. One is freshly separated from his cheating wife; one is a serial ladykiller who meets his match but is too set in his ways to commit; and one gradually catches feelings for his platonic wingwoman. The prior two stories are par for the course, despite Zac Efron and Imogen Poots being rather likable together. None of the moments are that awkward, and some of the jokes are too "in." What's really surprising is the third story, which begets (another KStew doppelganger) Mackenzie Davis's excruciatingly lovely moment as an open mic night chanteuse with her soulful and modern rendition of "After You've Gone," chased by Miles Teller's so-subtle-and-you'll-miss-it look of admiration then dismissal.

Neet K (de) wrote: Give me Abhishek Bachchan anyday

Matthew M (fr) wrote: I got this movie because I remember seeing it advertised when I was at the corvette museum in cooperstown. Also of course this was the movie Mark Hamil starred after the legendary release of the first Star Wars. I did not know what to anticipate because he could have easily done something else but he decided to do this movie a complete reversal from a fantasy based Star Wars to a adventure/comedy. The movie is very odd though just the idea of searching for a corvette in Las Vegas and how he was able to see it so many times and get to the bottom of the mystery. He also was betrayed and I could not believe that the person would have done what he would have done. The car chase was cool and I love corvettes so it was not a bad movie to watch at all. Its definitely original in many aspects and has story that I have not seen before. The plot however weird was a good break from what I usually see and it was enjoyable.

Colette M (us) wrote: This is one of my favorite Jennifer Jones movies! I cry every time I watch it!

Shounak B (br) wrote: The Best Propaganda Film any country could ever produce.Wondering if that's the main fact for doing such a godly performance by Cagney as George M Cohan.Though the president's over dramatic speech disappointed me a bit,but it's pardonable!!!Yankee Doodle Dandy

Lucy K (de) wrote: Mostly boring with a smattering of extra gross and violent body horror. The final act mainly comprises an injured man shuffling through the desert, falling over alot and crying out in pain. So if you think that sounds good then you'll probably enjoy it