A visually impressive film that our 10-year-old enjoyed very much. Yes, there are a few instances of language we don't allow our son to use, but other than that, I can't find much objectionable to this film. We all dream, and kids especially like to dream big. Dreaming of how his life should be (or could be) makes Walter Mitty's character an interesting one -- appealing to kids of all ages. I don't quite get the objections to consumerism in this film. Yes, Mitty uses a Dell computer, and he works at Life magazine, and we see him in a Papa John's, but I'm not sure those instances of product placement constitute making this film a glorification of consumerism. In fact, Mitty's character eschews much in our consumer world and he lives a pretty simple life.