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Rated PG · 125 min. · 2013

Action/Adventure, Comedy, Drama



In his self-directed starring effort, Ben Stiller, for the first time in recent memory, doesn't fall back on his usual tics and delivers one of the finest performances of his career. Meanwhile, Sean Penn nearly steals the movie as the flamboyant photographer. As director, Stiller attempts to deliver a very adult film, but it's hobbled by all the imaginary derring-do: Beautiful shots of everyday life give way to overblown, distracting CGI that only slow the film's momentum. Stiller's time spent on the set of The Royal Tenenbaums served him well, as Wes Anderson's visual style influences every scene here. With Kristen Wiig.


See our full review: Despite Stiller's star turn, <i>Walter Mitty</i> succumbs to CGI overload

Despite Stiller's star turn, Walter Mitty succumbs to CGI overload

Ben Stiller stars as the title character, a quiet man living a quiet life but desperate to break out of his shell. »

Official Site: WalterMitty.com
Director: Ben Stiller
Writer: Steve Conrad
Cast: Kristen Wiig, Ben Stiller, Sean Penn, Adam Scott, Kathryn Hahn, Josh Charles, Shirley MacLaine, Patton Oswalt, Terence Bernie Hines and Adrian Martinez

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