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The website blu-ray.com has the most insane, indepth reviews of blu-rays you can find. They do not list any alternate endings for The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013), but they do list "alternate scenes". Digging a little deeper, I found a review on High Def Digest that lists the deleted, extended and alternate scenes as: This part of the bonus ...


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I have Walter Mitty on vudu, and it does not have the first ending you mention, only the second happier ending. Interestingly, I can think of a movie that has the exact ending you mentioned, starring Brendan Fraser, called Bedazzled. In it, the protagonist is in love with a woman from work, he is granted several wishes by Elizabeth Hurley as the Devil and ...


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It's not a "condition" at all, but just an overactive imagination coupled with a penchant for daydreaming. The movie was based on a short story by James Thurber. In the story, Mitty accompanies his wife on a mundane shopping trip. To pass the time, Mitty has a succession of 5 "heroic daydreams", each of which parallel a situation he is in on his trip. It'...


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According to the The Secret Life of Walter mitty Wiki It might be CBS: Charles Bonnet syndrome which is also known as: Visual release hallucinations. Visual release hallucinations is the experience of complex visual hallucinations in a person with partial or severe blindness. First described by Charles Bonnet in 1760,1 it was first introduced into English-...


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