ByLarry Manning, writer at
I love all sorts of movies, mostly those based off comics, video games, and cartoons so I can be very vocal.
Larry Manning

I say great cause he was and I chose this pic cause this was the first time I've ever seen Robin Williams was in Mork and Mindy. Made me laugh and have many fond memories. He's done so many other great movies and will be known for his work not just as a comedian but as an actor that was also taken seriously for many rolls. I want to name some of my favorites here.


Which Robin Williams movie was your favorite?

Popeye: He had the voice down and made it a classic movie. With comedy and enough action that made the movie believable.

Good Morning Vietnam: I think we saw more of a serious actor in this movie and a little bit of comedy. Made it real and told an awesome story of the war as a radio DJ. The story is loosely based on the experiences of AFRS radio DJ Adrian Cronauer.

Hook: One of my favorite movies of all time with some of the greatest lines. Great cast and to see Robin Williams in tights. Also play Peter Pan coming of age then to get back into the swing of things also made this movie look fun for all ages. I can watch this movie over and over.

Toys: I can care less what the critics say about this movie, I loved it. Another movie with a great cast and an interesting story. I love some of the classical toys they have in this movie compared to the war toys lol.

Aladdin: Who can forget his voice as Genie. NO ONE!! He was perfect and made the movie funny and loving, a true Disney classic. I was thrilled when he came back to do the third one.

Mrs. Doubtfire: I like the movie cause it got annoying after a while cause they show it all the time on TV. But still one of his finest works. A man dressing up as a nanny to get closer to his kids cause he loves them and wants to spend time with them. He will be remember for this one.

Jumanji: A board game come to life makes for a great story. Plenty of fun and excitement and adventure for the whole family. I even bought the board game when it came out lol.

Good Will Hunting: Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role, Nominated – Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture, Nominated – Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, Nominated – Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture. I think this says it all.

Robots: I'm sorry I laughed my butt off as hearing him do the voice of Fender. See the movie you'll understand lol.

Night of the Museum: He played Theodore Roosevelt perfectly and made him as usual funny to the point to be taken seriously. I can't imagine a third one without him.

And as a bonus Mork and Mindy, not a movie but a wonderful show none the less. I know their were a lot of movies I didn't mention but he's done so many and they were all great in their own way. We lost an icon to comedy that will never be replaced and shouldn't be. Blessed Be Robin Williams from one of your fans.


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