Hector and the Search for Happiness (2014) Review


Directed by Peter Chelsom

Starring Simon Pegg and Jean Reno

Synopsis: Hector (Pegg) is a boring psychiatrist believes that he needs to go on a journey to discover what makes different people happy. He travels across the world meeting different and odd people.


Review: The film started off slow, but began to pick up. While the film went on we see how much Hector changes from being a boring unhappy person to fun person. I like movies like this.  The film had a lot of heart and delivered a very positive message. The ending wasn’t anything special. Not as good as other Pegg films, but still worth a watch.


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