10 Movies that Robin Williams made sure we would never forget
10 of the best movies that will forever keep us in love with Robin Williams and his acting
Not everyday can you say you were truly moved by the skills and talent of an actor. Robin McLaurin Williams has always moved us by every one of his performances and he will always be remembered for the amazing talent and love he gives through all his performances.
Here are a few movies that showcase the best out of Robin Williams.
1. ONE HOUR PHOTO (2002)
Williams reminded fans of his versatility when he played Sy, a lonely employee at a one-hour photo booth whose unhealthy obsession with a family who visits his store takes a very dark turn.
2. GOOD MORNING, VIETNAM (1987)
“Goooood morning, Vietnam!” One of Williams’ most memorable movie lines comes from this military comedy-drama about a radio DJ on the Armed Forces Radio Service, who delights the troops but drives his supervisors crazy.
3. THE BIRDCAGE (1996)
Williams starred alongside Nathan Lane in this high-spirited farce about a gay couple who pose as straight so they can meet the conservative parents of their son’s fiancee.
4. WHAT DREAMS MAY COME (1998)
Williams once again flexed his dramatic muscles in this visually sumptuous drama about a deceased man searching for his wife in the afterlife.
5. JUMANJI (1995)
A remake of Jumanji is in the works, but fans will always remember Robin Williams as Alan Parrish, a man who battles human-eating vines and stampeding rhinos to escape a magical board game.
6. HOOK (1991)
Hook may not have gotten the best critical reception, but Williams fans will enjoy taking a nostalgic look back on his role as a grown-up Peter Pan in this campy fantasy flick.
7. GOOD WILL HUNTING (1997)
Williams won an Oscar for his role as Sean Maguire, a therapist who helps a young, self-taught genius work through his emotional problems.
8. DEAD POET'S SOCIETY (1989)
Williams was nominated for an Oscar for his starring role in this moving drama about an English teacher who inspires his students at a conservative New England boarding school.
9. ALADDIN (1992)
We can’t imagine Aladdin without Robin Williams as the hilarious, wisecracking Genie.
10. MRS. DOUBTFIRE (1993)
Nearly 25 years later, fans can still recite lines from Mrs. Doubtfire, Williams' classic comedy about a dad who disguises himself as a female housekeeper to spend more time with his kids.
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