The Secret Life of Walter Mitty has been director-actor Ben Stiller’s labor of love since he took on the project in 2011, and it shows. We’re introduced to Walter, a photo editor at Time magazine in New York City, amid a massive downsizing effort by the publication, a scheme to move content online. All of these contribute to a hazy character whose troubles are glazed over by clichés. The film is already dividing critics, so it’ll be interesting to see how it plays (and who it plays well to) once the movie releases on December 25. Stiller discussed the challenge of keeping the movie flowing while melding fantasy and reality. The production crew was given full access to the Life photography archives, which allowed them to pick from -- and highlight -- countless cover images. Stiller’s role in the film is quite physical at times, and he attempted to do as many of his own stunts as possible.

He pours himself into the role of Walter with the trademark overearnestness of his character, a man struggling to be loved and understood.
There are also his surprisingly friction-free relationships with his mom (Shirley MacLaine) and sister (Kathryn Hahn), who are never elevated beyond quirky exposition-spewing background actors. You know, Local Hero -- just great movies that were just inspiring and not necessarily in any way to bring in something specific other than just watching something good that gets you excited to try to do something good, too. They generally chose to display covers that underscored Walter’s journey and the themes of his life, but they also discovered something interesting during the curation process.
Parents are advised to contact their GP with any concerns and their GP can make a referral for further assessment and support as needed. What results is a film with almost no conflict or nuance, a movie as confused by its tone as it is transparent regarding its motivations. Freelance photographers still submit shots on film, but downsizing happens at lightning speed.

For all its adventurous, fantastical elements, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty is surprisingly tepid. At one point, I had to do a shot in the water where the boat -- it was a POV of the boat coming at me in the water -- and so the camera was in the boat, so the boat had to go away to shoot the shot, so they dropped me in the water and the boat went away, and I was just in the water in the North Sea with nobody around me and five-foot swells. I had that moment where I was like, ‘Okay, this is a movie, but this is also real life.

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