A Walk in the Woods is either a soft entertainment or a refreshing meditation on man’s relationship with nature, both without and within.
The action is handled competently enough by director Camille Delamarre, but the thinking is all off.
If Steve Jobs wasn’t real, we’d have to invent him. And that’s partially what we’ve done.
You’d be hard-pressed to come up with a fictional character as rivetingly complex as Jose Mireles.
The Zac Efron vehicle about DJ culture is better than its dismal box office suggests