I saw this movie over the holiday break and I loved it. It made me feel good, which is what it aims to do, but as Rooster Illusion says, without pretension. I also so American Hustle and where that was very good, I liked Walter Mitty better, because it made me feel better.
Daydreaming! Isn’t it awesome? I’m an avid daydreamer myself, and always have been, ever since, as the kids say, I was a “wee little sprog.” There are countless pros to daydreaming. If your life is dull, you zone out and go on an adventure or something like that. It helps spice up life a bit, and there’s nothing wrong with that. Of course, there are, to counter the countless pros, a few scattered cons… Anyway, this week I’m reviewing a film that examines the countless pros and few scattered cons of daydreaming. That was the point of the intro, I guess. You’d…probably get that information from the plot synopsis that I inevitably do…oh well. Surely by now you’ve come to expect two things from Second Breakfast: a superfluous introduction and a blatant, unprofessional plot summary.
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013)
The Plot: Walter Mitty (Ben Stiller) is…
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