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  StraddleMyNose

What are your top 2 Robin Williams movies? You can only pick two, and no more. I know it's going to be difficult to do, but please keep it at two. However, after you list your top 2 picks, you can give your honorable mention to another one of his movies below that.

Mine are....

1. The Best of Times (1986)

2. Survivors (1983)



Honorable mention:

Mrs. Doubtfire (1993 I believe)

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sugarnspice005

Dec 8 @ 6:37PM  
Does Mork and Mindy count?

Ok!!


I loved Mrs. Doubtfire and Good Morning Vietnam.


Hey...how his Mork appearances on Happy Days?

StraddleMyNose

Dec 8 @ 6:38PM  
Now I know there's gotta be a lot of Robin Williams fans here...
StraddleMyNose

Dec 8 @ 6:40PM  
Does Mork and Mindy count?
Sorry, Dawn, just his films, not sitcoms.

I loved Mrs. Doubtfire and Good Morning Vietnam.
See, now that was easy, wasn't it.
ThePurpleProphet

Dec 8 @ 6:40PM  
Good morning Vietnam and Jumanjii. Jumanjii might be his only action film. lol
sugarnspice005

Dec 8 @ 6:41PM  
I do want to see the one he has out now with John Travolta...looks to be hilarious.
StraddleMyNose

Dec 8 @ 6:43PM  
I do want to see the one he has out now with John Travolta...looks to be hilarious.
Ah yes, "Old Dogs". That looks like it's going to be a good funny movie.
3zcumpany

Dec 8 @ 6:57PM  
Both
good morning vietnam and mrs.doubtfire
are great films. Personally I liked him in
Insomnia and
One hour photo
He plays a great crazy guy.

xquseme

Dec 8 @ 7:05PM  
"Goodwill Hunting" and "Awakenings" for me. Both movies heavy in their own way.

The more you think about it, though, the more films you can easily name...
Wordsofwit

Dec 8 @ 7:12PM  
I am not a big fan of his and there are two films that I like the first half of but the second half are boring and lame to me; Mrs Doubtfire and Good Morning Viet Nam.

Now I must say that there was another flick that I feel he played a tremendous role in that I watched. It really showed his range but was not my kind of movie. I just can't recall the name of it though. It involved people reuniting after death.
1bunny629

Dec 8 @ 7:20PM  
well I love Mrs Doubtfire...I thought it was the Mary Poppins of the millineum...he had a movie that was based on a book called The World According to Garp. and it was great, but my favorite is Awakening! ....oh yeah...Birdcage was a riot!
sugarnspice005

Dec 8 @ 7:20PM  
I know you said only two..but, I LOVED Genie on the Disney movie Aladdin. And yep, Robin Williams did the voice. Then there was the movie Hook, another Disney movie.

Ok, I'm done now.
whisperingcomet

Dec 8 @ 7:29PM  
GOOOOOD MORNING VIETMAN!
personally I thought mrs doubtfire was a very sad movie...that a man wold have to go to such lenghts to see his children....

featherone

Dec 8 @ 7:30PM  
Never heard of him!
flavorbuster

Dec 8 @ 7:44PM  
I mainly like watching his stand up & just watched one he did this year today. He was in a good movie where he was not a main character just a mean old coot who swindled homeless kids for their money. The boy ( main character) had a gift for music & was searching for his parents.
SpunkyRed

Dec 8 @ 7:50PM  
1. World According to Garp

2. Good Morning Vietnam
KitKat25

Dec 8 @ 9:01PM  
Now I must say that there was another flick that I feel he played a tremendous role in that I watched. It really showed his range but was not my kind of movie. I just can't recall the name of it though. It involved people reuniting after death.

Bruce: I believe you're thinking of either 'What Dreams Are Made' Of which came out in 1998 or a supporting role in a 1991 film entitled 'Dead Again'.

My picks:

1. Good Will Hunting
2. Patch Adams.

Honerable Mentions: (Sorry Shawn...2 is not enough)

3. Nine Months
4. Dead Poets Society
5. Mrs. Doubtfire
theSkwirl

Dec 8 @ 9:03PM  
Dead Poets Society and Bicentennial Man are my all time faves.. he wasn't funny in either of them.. but he was superb.

I still have to vote another vote for his funny films though.. I have two of those as well.

Birdcage and Good Morning Vietnam.
Sunshine79

Dec 8 @ 9:25PM  
1 hour photo & Mrs. Doubtfire
DesertSmile

Dec 8 @ 9:50PM  
World According to Garp

Mrs. Doubtfire
PinkToeNails

Dec 8 @ 10:46PM  
Never heard of him!

wow!!!!!!!!!!!!! where have you been feather!!?!? Don't you remember Mork ... from Ork???

BlueEyes708

Dec 8 @ 10:47PM  
OK

How about Flubber,

and

Hook


Honorable mention.

Fern Gully he was Batty. When I took my son and my niece to that movie they couldn't understand why I was laughing so hard. It was Robin Williams return and back with a force.
Fern Gully

Then Disney picked him up for Aladdin. Again I would have loved to be a fly in the recording studio.
Aladdin

Then Patch Adams, for real good humor and Awakenings was a good serious role I enjoyed him in.

flavorbuster

Dec 8 @ 11:25PM  
From my comment earlier was the movie August Rush.
flavorbuster

Dec 9 @ 12:07AM  
AUGUST RUSH CAST
BlueEyes708

Dec 9 @ 12:45AM  
Gee Straddle did he ever make a bad film? I can't think of one. And he playes great Bit part/Character Actor as well.

The man is a genius, I'm glad he's clean and sober. He doesn't need the nose candy to be brilliant.
onehornytoad69

Dec 9 @ 3:55AM  
Patch Adams and Good Morning Vietnam !!!
lunanegra

Dec 9 @ 4:13PM  
Aladdin and Hook.

Big fan of his 2002 Live from Broadway special, if that counts for a movie.

I don't know, I just adore this man.
McBunman

Dec 9 @ 4:23PM  
I'd rather jab a fork in my eye than watch anything with Robin Williams in it.
ShadowMale

Dec 9 @ 4:40PM  
Never heard of him!
What rock do you live under? Certainly explains the lack of a sense of humor.

Good Morning Vietnam was the greatest. And all his comedies are pretty much second, and his dramas are third. He is a good drama actor, but unfortunately, just as with Jim Carrey, people will always expect him to be funny. Funny he is, and funny he should be. Just my opinion.
mrmagicwand

Dec 9 @ 5:11PM  
Dead Poets Society and The Fisher King.
sundance64

Dec 9 @ 5:54PM  
I'll watch pretty much anything with Robin Williams in it...as long as it's not a stage show where he is on stage with someone else. He tends to upstage others on stage.

Favorites off the top of my head:

Patch Adams
What Dreams May Come

Also liked:

Good Will Hunting
Mrs. Doubtfire
The World According To Garp (also a great book)

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