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Robin Williams Movies

Updated on August 11, 2014

The Late Great And Brilliant Robin Williams

The world lost a brilliant comedian and great actor on August 11, 2014. Although we say goodbye to Robin Williams he will never be forgotten as he leaves us with so much laughter in our memories. He was in so many of my favorite movies: Mrs. Doubtfire, Good Morning Vietnam, Hook, Jumanji, The Birdcage, Toys. His humor has made me laugh until my sides were sore. Although I loved his comic brilliance he was also a superb actor in serious roles as well. The world will be a bit dimmer in the morning. Rest in Peace Robin.

Laughter Is The Best Medicine

and Robin Williams was the cure

I realize that Robin Williams had many great dramatic roles but I am focusing on his comedy roles because he gave us the one thing we really need more of in this world and that is laughter. Too much sadness surrounds us with wars, job losses, foreclosures, poverty and crime and we desperately need to be uplifted. Robin Williams did this with brilliance and the quickest whit I have ever witnessed. He brought laughter to millions and helped people he would never even have a chance to meet. A true artist and a great man.

Robin Williams Comedy

Good Morning, Vietnam
Good Morning, Vietnam

By far my favorite Robin Williams movie. He made the role his own!

 
Mrs. Doubtfire
Mrs. Doubtfire

Robin Williams as a middle aged British nanny! You have got to see this. Too hilarious for words.

 
The Birdcage
The Birdcage

Simply genius in his role.

 
Hook
Hook

A very believable "Pan"

 
Jumanji (Collector's Series)
Jumanji (Collector's Series)

Fantastic movie with lots of action.

 
Toys
Toys

I love the creativity in this movie!

 
What Dreams May Come
What Dreams May Come

Amazing movie. Some drama, some humor but all very thought provoking. Loved it!

 
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