Feature Walter Mitty (Ben Stiller) is a daydreamer who escapes his anonymous life by disappearing into a world of fantasies filled with heroism, romance, and action. The Secret Life of Walter Mitty Home Popular movies Popular People Privacy PolicyTerms and Conditions Profile Settings Log out Login with Facebook Posters The Secret Life of Walter Mitty Stop Dreaming, Start Living Categories: Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Fantasy A timid magazine photo manager who lives life vicariously through daydreams embarks on a true-life adventure when a negative goes missing.
When his job along with that of his co-worker (Kristen Wiig) are threatened, Walter takes action in the real world by embarking on a global journey that turns into an adventure more extraordinary than anything he could have ever imagined. Thurber said that he got the idea for Mitty from the character created by Benchley in a series of shorts that he made for Fox and MGM, respectively, in the 1920s and 1930s. Stiller has created a shallow, self-serving impression of sentiment and beauty that is plagued with shallow imagery and offensively prideful product placement.
As they are talking, Rosalind is shown putting her dress back on and buttoning it all the way to the neck. When coupled with Stiller and cinematographer Stuart Dryburgh images, the listless plot, shallow characters, and trite dialogue become unbearable – verging on parody. His dream becomes true 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.

Stiller has made a name for himself as a hair-triggered buffoon in some of the most obnoxious comedies of the last couple decades and his directorial debut, Reality Bites (1994), is a painful reminder of the middle ‘90s cinematic malaise, but his second film, Cable Guy (1996), is one of the most underhandedly subversive blockbuster comedies of the last three decades. Pierce (uncredited)Raoul Freeman known as Department Head (uncredited)Joel Friedkin known as Mr. Walter’s mundane, pre-adventure life is tinged and softened by fluorescent lights and cool hues. Even in the brightest daylight, the basic highlights are cool blue and teal with only pinkish skin tones and poppy red or yellow hot spots. Walter’s dream world is similar in terms of sharpness and clarity, but is definitely warmer, replacing the teals with yellows and lush greens. Follinsbee (uncredited)William Haade known as Conductor (uncredited)John Hamilton known as Dr.
The more eclectic palette, richer black levels, and more vigorous natural textures lead too busier background details and a generally more impressive experience. Pritchard-Mitford (uncredited)Sam Harris known as Sidewalk Extra (uncredited)Harry Harvey Jr. The film base causes some fine, steady grain, minor haloes, and high-frequency colour bleeding (mostly on the edges of those red pops), but there aren’t any notable compression effects (perhaps a little low level noise shimmer in some of the backgrounds).

Wilson known as Police Desk Sergeant (uncredited)Beal Wong known as Headwaiter in Chinese Restaurant (uncredited)Harry Woods known as Wrong Mr. Kaye gives a brilliant and hysterical performance as thehighly imaginative Walter Mitty, who escapes his own real life and pictureshimself as a whole new person, whether it’s a hat designer, professionalgambler, a war hero, surgeon, etc.
Yet his imagination is no longer fictionwhen a real life event and adventure takes place in the dull, but uniquelife of Walter Mitty.Anyhow, I was really surprised at this movie. I thought it was going to beboring, because 1947 is 34 years before I was born, but I was reallyimpressed by this movie.
As a matter of fact, I thought it was A LOTfunnier than a few comedy films they have these days. Boris Karloff and Konstantin Shayneare delightfully unctuous villains (Fun Fact: their henchman, HenryCorden, later became the voice of Fred Flintstone!).
But, even separated from contrasting expectations, I find it hard to believe there wasn’t a large contingent of people that felt like they were watching a loosely interlocking series of commercials.

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