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What is your favorite Robin Williams movie?
Plenty of great films to pick from, but what's your favorite?
Personally, mine is probably Death to Smoochy.
Good Will Hunting is by far my favorite Robin Williams film. He and the movie itself are just brilliant.
It's been a while since I've seen it but I think I'd have to go with "Good Morning Vietnam." That was the first time I'd seen him in anything besides "Mork & Mindy" and I remember thinking "Wow, he really can act."
I liked seeing him in Mrs Doubtfire. I can watch that film many time and it will always make me laugh.
When I was a kid it was Hook, which i still love. Now though it is What Dreams May Come, kinda ironic now.
When I was a kid, we watched Mrs. Doubtfire I don't know how many times.
I'll choose two of my favorites...Bicentennial Man and RV.
What a diverse assortment we have going here. I never caught RV, actually. I heard bad things.
To me, RV was one of the movies that showed his comical side, while Bicentennial Man showed his more serious side. Now that I think about it, I would have to say Mrs. Doubtfire is a favorite too.
My favorites are Patch Adams and Good Morning Vietnam, in that order, I think. Robin Williams was a remarkable talent.
Hard to choose just one. I would say World According to Garp, Good Morning Vietnam and Mrs. Doubtfire. And I can't forget Genie from Aaladin. Never saw Dead Poet's Society but will have to watch that
Good Morning Vietnam is my favorite of all the Robin Williams movies.
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by Steven Escareno2 years ago
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by Pamela Lipscomb3 years ago
Have you hear the terrible news that Robin Williams is dead of a suspected suicide? Devastating, I have loved him since Mork and Mindy!
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