Just a Light show of colors flying all over the screen! You call this a movie? There's not even any new characters! Colorful red, blue, green, yellow, orange, black, grey, purple all over the screen. The only reason Deadpool got rejected was they already had way too many guys in red suits (Spider Man, Iron Man, Ant-Man, Thor's cape, etc.)
About Schmidt is a rare masterpiece that accomplishes what most other Hollywood movies could not. It brings you the story of a protagonist who was so successful at streamlining his future so efficiently and tentatively that he isn't happy the day he has to retire.
Warren Schmidt is not a commonly seen movie protagonist, he's not even a common man. As while 72% of Americans are worried or nervous about their financial futures, Warren Schmidt worked 32 years for Woodmen as an insurance actuary and made a 7-figure net worth guaranteeing he'll have more than enough money to last him the rest of his life. He's not allowed to show up to work anymore (he tried, the outcome was hilarious), he finds he's been replaced by a younger man who knows next to nothing about actuarial risk management at least compared to how much Warren knows, his senile and irritating wife that he hated is dead but it's not as though there's happiness in spending the rest of your life all alone, his daughter is going to move out to marry the dishonest loser salesman Randall who tries to sell out people on pyramid schemes. He spends most of the movie trying to win his daughter back from Randall (since his daughter nostalgically reminds him of his youth and the joy she brought to him back then) but ultimately fails and he goes home wondering then crying about where to go from here.