Nary a mention for A Walk in the Woods.
Scene to scene I found it pretty amusing. Nolte, hardly in good enough shape to walk, let alone hike, was a constant source of humour. It's a movie I'd be happy to take my parents to, and we'd all have a sensible chuckle (actually, I did, and we did). Does it inspire? Eh, yea, a little bit here and there I guess. I liked how they told the story (which I'd never read). I liked watching these actors (Nolte, Redford, Emma Thompson...), who of course are capabable of so much more, playing these humble parts. A ex-drunk, an aging writer, a gracefully aging mother. The drama hardly ever reaches more than a strong simmer, and when it does it's mostly hijinks and not emotional turmoil. I thought that was okay though. I relaxes you into the story. And it's a very nice story indeed.
I only saw like 5 movies from 2015, but I don't regret having seen this one. Consider it for best comedic scene. I like the scene when Nolte is telling Redford about the married woman he shacks up with.