Filmkritik – “Downsizing” mit Matt Damon Christoph Waltz Start: 18. Januar 2018

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Man kommt momentan wohl kaum weg von der Werbung zu dem Film “Downsizing”. Ja, Matt Damon ist “huge”, ja Christoph Waltz auch. Paramount Pictures drücken das grad überall rein. Hier jedoch zieht sich der Film auf 2 Stunden und 15 Minuten hin wie irgendwas und am Ende ist gar nichts. Es ist weder Comedy noch Drama, wie beschrieben wird. Matt Damon wie eh und je – stark, einfühlsam, mitleidenswürdig, human und lieb – und Christoph Waltz mal ganz natürlich ohne viel Kostüm oder Rollen-Schnickschnack, man könnte meinen, er spielt sich fast selbst – bissl arrogant und selbstverliebt.

Was genau die Story erzählen will, ist unklar. Bis auf auf dass die Menschheit eine 2.Klasse-Welt erschaffen hat, wo man auf paar Zentimeter geschrumpft wird und sich dann mehr leisten kann, weil man weniger Material braucht (z.B. bei einer Cubanischen Zigarre). Budget 68 Millionen US-Dollar. Wie geil. Davon bis dato weltweiter Umsatz: 27 Millionen US-Dollar. Für gar nichts. Echt.

Der Regisseur Alexander Payne (Sideways 2004, The Descendants 2011 und sein Super Hit Nebraksa von 2013) zeigt wieder seinen trockenen Humor. Hier aber ohne jegliche Tiefe. Einzig Hong Chau aus Thailand spielt emotional ergreifender als alle und alles andere.

Oh, siehe da! Sie war auch für einen Golden Globe nominiert! Aber keine Chance gegen Allison Janney in “I, Tonya” (s. kommende Filmkritik)

skip this, if you aren’t a deep deep fan of Damon or a little Waltz.

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“Für immer schön” von Noah Haidle am Residenztheater

Die Regisseurin Katrin Plötner (Abgang Regie 2011 Mozarteum Salzburg) hat das spannende, fast filmische Stück engmaschig inszeniert. Noah Haidle (Drehbuch von “Stand Up Guys” mit Al Pacino, Christopher Walken und Alan Arkin. Er ist nun Hausautor des Mannheimer Nationaltheaters. Uraufführung des Stücks am 7. Oktober 2017) hat ein Sozialdrama um eine einsame Frau geschrieben, die in den USA als Kosmetik-Vertreterin im Direktverkauf von Tür zu Tür wandert. Unglaublich stark: Juliane Köhler glänzt und funkelt im langsamen Verderben der Rolle als Cookie. Immer auf der Suche nach Glück, nach Anerkennung, nach Selbstwertgefühl und Akzeptanz. Das Bühnenbild (Anneliese Neudecker) und die Kostüme (Lilli Wanner) in quietschig bunten Farben wie im Barbie-Traum, bestärken das kitschige USA-Bild, das am Zerfallen ist durch Fassade und Oberflächlichkeit, ja Überrausch an Konsum, Sinnlosigkeit, Umherirren. Immer schön. So knallig und kurzweilig, mitreißend, dass man noch lange darüber nachdenkt. Ein ganzes Leben erzählt und doch ist es das Schicksal, das man kaum ändern kann und es läuft wie es läuft. Immer weiter; gegen die Zeit.

Am 17. November 2017 ist Premiere im Marstalltheater, ich wünsche TOI TOI TOI

Wer in München ist, sollte es nicht verpassen!

Achtung Spoiler: Man kann schon sagen, sie ist “hängengeblieben” in ihrem immer wieder aufgesagten Sprüchen seit Kindheitstagen her. Vielleicht hatte sie nie wirklich eine Mutter, die sich um sie emotional gekümmert hat. Sie wandert alleine mit ihrem Rollkoffer voll überteuerten Kosmetikartikel (und einer Flasche Martini) schläft mit einigen Männern, die sie vielleicht mal kurz in ihre Wohnung lassen, um sie kurz zu benutzen und gleich später wieder rauszuschmeissen, da sie sowieso nicht kaufen werden. Sie findet hier Zuneigung und Liebe für eine kurze Zeit. Sie will sich selbst nicht binden. Will für immer schön auf Reisen sein auf der Suche nach sich selbst. Sie bekommt eine Tochter, die sie vor der Haustür des Mannes lässt, später beim Verkaufsreisen mitschleppen muss, sie aber nie annehmen, ja lieben kann – weil sie selbst nie wirklich Liebe erfahren hat. Die Tochter (subtil, pointiert: Mathilde Bundschuh) wird heroinsüchtig, depressiv bis zum Suizid. Sie begräbt sie, wird selbst schwach und alt und blind.

Aber Cookie macht desolat, verloren weiter. Immer weiter. Für immer schön.

 

Fences Filmkritik – Filmstart 16. Februar 2017

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Denzel Washington fürht Regie in einem Kammerspiel von August Wilson (Pulitzer Preis und Tony Awards). Es geht um einen Mann in den 50ern in Pittsburgh, sein Leben, mit seiner Frau und seinen beiden Söhnen, seinem psychisch kriegsverletzen Bruder und einem guten Freund, meistens im Hintergarten des Hauses. Große Monologe von Denzel Washington und Viola Davis, die beide 2010 das Stück am Broadway gespielt haben. Sehr gefühlvoll und spannend, trotz der fast zwei und halb Stunden.

Eine Tension liegt in der Luft und die Musik raunt im Hintergrund bewusst gesetzt dazu. Beide Darsteller sind für die Oscars 2017 nominiert und das Drehbuch, sowie der Film als Gesamtkunstwerk ebenso. Viola Davis gewann bereits den Golden Globe für Beste Darstellerin. Lange nicht mehr so tiefgreifende Charakterdarsteller in einem wunderbaren Dialog gesehen! Das Leben an sich mit Höhen und Tiefen und Melancholie.

Über das Doppelte vom Produktionsbudget i.H.v. US$ 24 Millionen wurden allein in den USA schon heute reingeholt.

Passengers Filmkritik – Start: 5.Januar 2017

passengersDer Film liegt irgendwo zwischen “Prometheus” und “Moon” und “Gravity” und keiner weiß genau, was das nun ist oder soll: Ein Raumschiff auf dem langen Weg zu einem neuen Planeten, auf dem eingefrorene Menschen sind. Der Mann (unscheinbar belanglos: Chris Pratt) wacht – aus technischem Versehen – auf, läuft herum und verliebt sich in die Frau, die auch eingefroren daliegt. Dann weckt er sie auf und sie läuft mit ihm herum. Tolles Raumschiff, tolle Klamotten, tolle Bar, toller Sex.
Jennifer Lawrence glänzt in einer noch nie gesehenen Art, sehr wandelbar.
Der Regisseur Morten Tyldum (The Imitation Game) erzählt die Geschichte von Jon Spaihts (Prometheus, Dr.Strange) sehr stringend mit den gut geführten zwei Hauptdarstellern und doch vergeht das erste Drittel etwas öde, während man am Ende kaum bemerkt, dass knapp zwei Stunden rum sind und das Ende nur so hinrauscht.
Das Ärgerliche: die zwei Leute sind 90 Jahre zu früh aufgewacht, lernen sich lieben, aber am Ende weiß man nicht, was aus denen geworden ist. Er rettet das Schiff und sie rettet ihn. Das Schiff kommt endlich an und die beiden sind verschwunden. Sind sie tot? Haben sie Kinder da gelassen?  Aber was ist das Ende der ganzen Geschichte?
Für US$ 110 Million Produktionskosten für zwei Stunden Film ein doch dünnes Ergebnis… Dafür hat der Film schon an einem Tag allein in USA schon US$ 40 Millionen eingespielt.
Wir können den Produzenten nur wünschen, dass sie ihre Investition mit etwas Gewinn zurückbekommen. Das finanzielle Risiko eines Zwei-Personen-Stücks in sehr teuren Kulissen weiß Bruce Berman (Chairman and CEO of Village Roadshow Pictures, u.a. Matrix; Mad Max: Fury Road; Gran Torino; I Am Legend) gut einzuschätzen.

Die Viuals mit der Kameraführung von Rodrigo Pietro (Wolf of Wall Street; Brokeback Mountain; Babel; Argo) sind zum Staunen! Dazu die Musik von Thomas Newman (Wall-E; Skyfall; Spectre) machen den Film zu einem Augen- und Ohrenschmaus. Viel fürs Hirn bleibt aber leider nicht drin.

Nebenbei: Lawrence was paid $20 million against 30 percent of the profit after the movie breaks even and Pratt was paid $12 million.

P.S.: In der Originalfassung leiht die professionelle Sprecherin Emma Clarke dem Starship Avalon ihre Stimme. Woher man sie kennt? Clarke spricht in der Londoner U-Bahn als eine von mehreren Stimmen die berühmte „Mind the Gap“-Ansage.

WOYZECK – The Film

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WOYZECK EXPERIENCES A STATE OF PARANOID SCHIZOPHRENIA,WHEN
HE FINDS HIS GIRLFRIEND IS CHEATING ON HIM.
JEALOUSY MANIFESTS AS FEAR OF SELF-AWARENESS.
DEATH MANIFESTS AS THE FIRST AND LAST REALITY.

Franz Woyzeck und Marie haben ein Kind. Möglicherweise geht sie fremd. Durch die Erhöhung seiner Tablettendosis vom Doktor ist Woyzeck gefangen in einem unausweichlichen Leiden. Zwischen Wahrheit und Lüge liegt die Realität.
Die Odyssee durch die tiefe Psyche in Gerog Büchners Adaption des fragmentarischen Theaterstücks von 1836 lässt Eifersucht als Furcht der Selbsterkenntnis erscheinen. Der Tod ist die erste und letzte Realität. Das Leben ein einziger Realitätsverlust. πάντα ῥεῖ

OFFICIAL SELECTION 2014

WORLD ARTS FILM FESTIVAL, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 15, 16, 17 MAY 2014

SANTA FE FILM FESTIVAL, NEW MEXICO Saturday, May 3rd at 9:00pm at the Jean Cocteau Cinema

OFFICIAL SELECTION 2013

ON THE EDGE
LOUISVILLE INTERNATIONAl FESTIVAL OF FILM, Louisvile, Kentucky, OCTOBER 12th 2013 in LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY OFFICIAL SELECTION 2013

MAGIKAL CHARM FILM FESTIVAL 2013, ANTHOLOGY FILM ARCHIVES, NEW YORK CITY, February 12th 2013

WON!!! BEST LIVE ACTION THRILLER

HOT SPRINGS HORROR FILM FESTIVAL 2013, Central Theater Hot Springs, Arkansas, September 26th  2013 – OFFICIAL SELECTION 2013

ARS MUSICA – Lichtspiele Harras/Pocci Plinganser St. 6 im Stemmerhof München – Munich, July 11th 2013

OFFICIAL SELECTION 2012

participation in the TRAILER FEST of the 1st PHENOM FILM FEST, Shreveport / Bossier City, Lousiana, September 6th – 9th 2012

participation in the market of the 15. Brussels Short Film Festival, April 27th – May 6th 2012 15. BRUSSELS SHORT FILM FESTIVAL

FantEx / Trick- Animations- Fantasie- Experimentalfilm und Videoclip Festival 2012 des BDFA, 14. April – 15. April 2012 WON!!! The Silver Medal of the Bundesfilmfestival of the Bundesverband Deutscher Film-Autoren BDFA e.V. FantEx 2012 Waiblingen

Thüringer Landesfilmfestival FILMthuer.2012 am Samstag, 3. März 2012 – 16.15 Uhr Filmblock 9 Thema “Unschönheiten“ WON!!! The 2nd prize in student films and is nominated for the Bundesfilmfestival of the Bundesverband Deutscher Film-Autoren FILMthuer2012

participated in the market of the Festival International du Court Métrage à Clermont-Ferrand 2012, 27. Januar – 4. Februar 2012 Festival International du Court Métrage à Clermont-Ferrand

Ilmenauer Kurzfilmnacht am Mittwoch, 1. Februar 2012 –  21 Uhr Kurzfilmnacht Hochschulfilmclub Ilmenau

CREW:
Camera / SteadiCam Operator: MATTHIAS AULINGER
Lighting: SEBASTIAN SOIK, VIKTOR BÖHM
Sound: STEPHAN MAUER
Sound Mix & Mastering: MATTHIAS FENDL
Visual Effects: LUKAS VÄTH
Props, Assistant Director: NICOLE FLORENCE MARC
Driver, Dramaturgical consultant: ANDREAS H. MÜLLER
Music: BLODDCELL ZERO, AMIRA HANI

What happened to the evil Abu Ghraib torture military soldiers?

THE EVIL SLEEPS IN EVERY HUMAN.

I watched “The Unknown Known” (came to theaters in Germany July 3rd 2014, which is highly recommended) with unrepentant Donald Rumsfeld and asked myself, if the press and anybody was observing what happened to the soldiers in Abu Ghraib? These really cold-hearted people, who tortured several Iraqi prisoners in Baghdad. Even the documentary “Standard Operating Procedure” is from 2008 and I did not find anything about the current state of the military rules and especially the dishonorably discharged soldiers. The movie “Boys of Abhu Graib” from March 2014 is a complete fiction story that does not explain anything at all. The the documentary “Ghosts of Abu Ghraib” from 2007 explores it quite deeply (you can watch it HERE). No high ranking official has been held accountable for the torture.

The really weird thing is, that they all got the job in Abu Ghraib without ever been instructed on how to interrogate prisoners and which special laws they had to abide by. Sabrina Harman said that she did not ever hear of the official rules about prisoner treatment (i.e. humanitarian laws of war): UN Convention against Torture, the Geneva Convention. The soldiers there were all not trained in internment and resettlement. WHO GAVE THE ADVICE TO SEND THEM THERE? Probably it was completely intentional, knowing almost for sure what was going to happen.

Well, soldiers found on the photographs taken, were discharged from the Army. Lynndie England got suspended, but I did not find a lot about where she is now and if she has a new job. She had or maybe still has a seasonal job as secretary. Where? Staying with friends in Mineral County, West Virginia. I did not even find what she was sentenced. She got out of prison near San Diego after not even half her sentence (after 521 days). And who will give her a job? Even when she is taking antidepressants and found a psychiatrist who wrote her an expertise as post-traumatic stress disorder and anxiety – who has pity with her? No American might have pity with the prisoners, are you? She was 20 and in love with another soldier, Charles Garner (then 35 years old) who influenced her doing these photographs and with whom she has a son. So, it seems quite well for her now.

Charles Graner got Lynndie England pregnant while in Iraq (they had fun torturing others while having sexual lust the same time) but in April 2005 he married Megan Ambuhl. Upon his release from prison after serving six and one half years of a ten-year sentence, Graner and his wife have declined interview requests. He will remain on parole until December 2014.

Megan Ambuhl married Garner. It seems like they had a lot, a hell of a lot fun in Abu Ghraib – humiliating and laughing at prisoners and having sex all the while. She also gave injections to prisoners using them as guinea pigs.She “only” got suspended from the Army. Since then she is publicly pleading for her husband Garner.

Sabrina Harmann said she felt, that it is not good what they were doing to the prisoners. But even if so, she did it. I don’t know where she is now and what she is doing. If you heard or read something, please, don’t hesitate to post it here.

Ivan Frederick was sentenced 8 years and got out of prison after about 3 years.

So my question is: why didn’t they tell the Secretary of Defense, the Secretary of Justice, or anybody outside that they can’t take it anymore in there? Why were they sent there anyway?  Why did they do something like hardest psychological and physical torture at all? Not knowing whom they are torturing! Not knowing how to inquire at all? Thinking that torturing the thousands of people in prison, minimum 71 of them really hard – even to death – would help the country of the United States to live free of terrorism? They did it to help the President of the United States George W.Bush (and Dick Cheney, Condoleezza Rice and Donald Rumsfeld among so many others) so that the prisoners are broke, so they can’t do any harm (if at all or again) to the American citizens?

10 years after the (public) tortures (who knows other known unknown…) Salah Hassan, an AlJazeera journalist, speaks out loud: on May 5, 2014 the newest interviews and statements about the tortures in Abu Ghraib are on Democracy Now in a 52 minutes film HERE. He is also suing the U.S. Contractor CACI (provides Information Technologies for intelligence and defense)

Why do human beings turn evil? You can watch the interview with the Psychologist Philip Zimbardo on this Landmark Stanford Prison Experiment, Abu Ghraib and more HERE

Philip Zimbardo wrote a book called “The Lucifer Effect” and there is a movie in production, too.

WHY DID THE GEORGE W. BUSH ADMINISTRATION USE THESE SOLDIERS? WHY IS NOBODY OF THE BUSH AND/OR OBAMA ADMINISTRATION BEING HELD ACCOUNTABLE?

HUMAN BEINGS CAN BE EVIL, LOOSE MORAL THINKING;  BY USING POWER; THEY LOOSE CONTROL.

PORN IS BETTER THAN SEX – “DON JON” by Joseph Gordon-Levitt (2013) film review

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt has written and directed his first feature movie. Said to be Comedy, Drama, Romance – well, it has porn, sex and maybe the real love in it. But even more important: feelings.

It is more a character study of a lonely young man, who is porn addicted, just like most young men nowadays. The interesting thing is, that Gordon-Levitt plays this role himself and really finds the perfect hot sexy girl (little overrated, but still a really good catch for the not that realistic written character: Scarlett Johansson). She wants a perfect guy, she wants to control him, even train him – with sexiness just as a woman these days has to be – and that is all that he wants, for he wants a perfect object for himself.

After all porn is always better than even the great sex with the perfect sexy Scarlett. So the young guy thinks porn is the answer to everything of a good free feeling, sex is more a habit and love is something no one quite cares about.

It is not a Romance, not a Romantic Comedy, not a Drama-Drama, because they brake up after he lied about not watching Porn anymore. There is no romance. They split and won’t get back together, just like in real life when you notice that there is no connection at all – besides lies and sex.
He finds Juliette Moore, a pot-smoking, a little bit neurotic but quite sage widow. First completely averse to her, he finds himself in her car “making love” to her. She gets him more and more into his own thinking until he realizes, that porn is not the real thing in life.

Sex can be fulfilled with feelings.
Sex CAN be connected with LOVE. There can be LOVE.

Maybe from a guy’s point of view, this is a Love Story. He finds the “real” girl, he can have sex with and love her. Means: accept her as a human being rather than an every-touch-moaning object that he watches on screen on down-under close-ups. Maybe this is LOVE for a guy. To let himself fall in sex, forget about himself, feel the partner, accept the partner and the live situation.

The movie shows three characters in their SEX/LOVE behaviors and point of views and especially a guy, who finally learns the difference between and connection of BODY/SOUL. Don Jon will give you some idea what true emotional intimacy or a loving, sexual relationship is all about.

WHAT DEFINES A ‘REAL’ RELATIONSHIP? – Spike Jonze “her” (2013) Film review

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This movie came to theaters in Germany in March 27 2014.

Spike Jonze won a Golden Globe and the Academy Award 2014 for Best Screenplay. Yes, he is narrating an interesting fresh Sci-Fi story about relationship and love and sex. There is a lonely writer, Joaquin Phoenix, living in a future Los Angeles. He writes emotional letters for his clients, but in the end, he doesn’t really know what to do with himself – after having his divorce with his long-time friend and wife (almost unrecognizable: Rooney Mara).

He buys a new OS for all his devices, which can communicate in all situations: he chooses the OS to be a nice women – and so it starts, that almost the whole movie this OS voice is talking Off-Screen – letting it be Scarlett Johansson herself. So – of course – he falls in love with “her” and they go together, meet friends and all, she sitting in his breast pocket watching through the mobile camera.

In the end, there is actually nothing really to tell. They try having sex through a random girl, but he cannot connect. Even Amy Adams as good friend is not really important there. Spike Jonze had to cut the movie of almost 3 hours down to 126 minutes (still way too long) with Steven Soderbergh helping him doing this in only 24 hours. Maybe it is the fast, casual end, too, that doesn’t give any satisfaction of this storytelling. Everybody gets left alone again. No human connection, no sex. “Her” is just gone with all the other OS’s – hell knows where.

The movie doesn’t lead to feelings, relationship-things nor to any human connection for Joaquin Phoenix. So he turned to a fake relationship and that didn’t work out at all. He does not change at the end, and you actually don’t really care. For “she” is gone (learned love) and “he” is lonely again (learned maybe a bit of relationship). The question though is: What do you need for a “real” relationship? Is it a human body? Or the emotional connection? Unfortunately, this movie was full of missed opportunities and leaves you out alone. Maybe that is what Spike Jonze wants us to feel…

“THE BEAVER” by Jodie Foster (2011) film review

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This is a very boring film, which lives only from the good performance by Mel Gibson. Director Judie Foster as his wife is pretty cool in showing emotions, so there is not much empathy for her calculating character. The subject in the end is the self-flagellation of a depressive man, who becomes active and happy when he talks over the hand-puppet “the Beaver”. Mel Gibson plays it wonderful: the spiritless Walter and the Cockney-accented voice of the tireless beaver. But this is like a clinical observation of a multiple personality disorder. The script by first-timer Kyle Killen is very weird and lengthy. It could have been a short film. The second story, loosely in between, is about the son (Zachary Booth) and his not-yet girlfriend (Jennifer Lawrence).

What is this story about? A deeply odd feel bad movie with a little bit of humbleness in the characters without fine emotions.

Product Placement Nonsense – “THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY” (2013) by Ben Stiller – film review

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With an estimated budget of $ 90 million (and already on a $ 188 million worldwide lifetime gross today), I thought this movie maybe might be something different with Ben Stiller. In the end, it is all the same boring not-funny stuff he always does. The story looks like a big advertisement for the magazine “Life”. The screenplay written by Steve Conrad (based on the short story of 1939 by James Thurber) is not boring in dialogues, but in the content of the plot and the actions themselves, for everything happening is just not interesting at all. Ben Stiller directs himself in the same character as known from him in most if not all other movies and tries to put deep feeling in his square figure, even in the end, when a lot of people just want to see the end credits to finally leave the theater. Actors Jim Carrey, Owen Wilson, Mike Myers and Sascha Baron Cohen were all considered for the role of Mitty during the development of this film. It would not have helped the movie either; for a serious narrow-minded guy finding his inner courage and self-esteem, which is not funny or comedic at all (in comparison to the first comedy “The life of Walter Mitty” from 1947 directed by Norman Z. McLeod with Danny Kaye and also produced by Samuel Goldwyn Films respectively Company).

The movie seems to be a never ending ad for “Life” magazine (sub-genre of Time Life corp.). Cinnabun, Nikon, eHarmony, Microsoft, Papa John’s, McDonald’s, Career Builder, The Sesame Street and three films by the same studio (20th Century Fox) are also named and seen in these 114 minutes. “I’ll google it” “I’m lovin it” is a random product placement, too, in this tried feel good movie for mass consumption about a hopeless schmuck who has the imagination of a 7 year old, who constantly is trying to escape his fears by zoning out, only to one day find the meaning of life. How original, boring, and predictable. The plot is very thin, and the film felt much longer than it really was. It’s basically style over substance. I was not moved nor engaged at all because everything felt artificial to me. The “fantasy vs. reality” was low although Walter Mitty seemed very explicit as far as what was real and what was fantasy. That and the massive product placements seemed to indicate that maybe Stiller needed the cash to pay for an ambitious project with all the CGI, big name actors, and scenic locations. Here is a nice audience summary after discussing this commercial film:

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You can find a positive summary and short review here:

http://unrealitytv.com/review-ben-stiller-injects-inspiring-message-secret-life-walter-mitty-remake/

http://www.ign.com/blogs/1212thedoctor/2014/01/03/the-secret-life-of-walter-mitty-review

and another slightly bad one: http://blogs.indiewire.com/theplaylist/review-ben-stillers-the-secret-life-of-walter-mitty-co-starring-kristen-wiig-20131226

http://blogs.evtrib.com/nerdvana/movies/review-the-secret-life-of-walter-mitty-life-mostly-lame/97871/

Somebody might explain why it still is on a 7.4 on imdb?