Miss me some robin williams
It sure does...
Robin F. Williams (American, 1984) - Plural Ghost 4D (2021)
Random natm fun fact
I just found out that the garuda artifact is voiced by Robin Williams... And I imagine Shawn levy is just talking to Robin Williams on what noise should he make for it. He just tell him to make random ancient artifact noises. Or, Robin Williams volunteered to voiced it and just make random noises and then Shawn is just like
Am I going to watch dead poets society yet AGAIN for possibly the 100th time?
Is this free therapy or self destructive behaviour?
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Robin F. Williams (American, 1984) - Troll (2021)
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was anyone going to tell me there is a third night at the museum movie???
I just... I just thought about Robin Williams and his famous lines on Dead Poet's Society about the things we stay alive for... And now i'm weeping... Damn it
Pupper checked in on my when he hear me crying 😢
Do you ever stop and think about how in Mrs Doubtfire, admittedly one of his most self insert roles, Robin Williams said to his 'kid' that he couldn't play a role at home, that he couldn't be anything but himself and their dad because it was not a role, it was life,
And how the last thing he said in a movie was 'how exciting' in a sad/melancholic voice at the idea of not knowing what the next day could bring, and what was the next step ?
Not long before killing himself ?
Cuz I do and I just made myself sad.
THIS HAS TO HAPPEN!!
As I did a bit of chilling before starting some chores for the day, I did a little bit of trawling the internet to see what pops up and I came across a popup for a video of a screen test. As far as I can tell, it is a 5 minute, testing the water, screen test only.There is nothing announced on IMDBThere is no script for a potential film. With all that said, WHY THE HELL NOT!! The video shows an…
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Robin F. Williams, ‘Trolling’, oil, acrylic on canvas, 2021
Thank you for giving us some memorable moments in our lives. So much of childhood and treasured songs from musicals and movies even today are remembered, because of you. You’ll be missed.
His works you probably know, (and more):
"Feeling Good" with Anthony Newley (1964) "Goldfinger" (with John Barry and Anthony Newley) from Goldfinger (1964) "You Only Live Twice" (with Barry) from You Only Live Twice (1967) "Talk to the Animals" from Doctor Dolittle (1967) "Fill The World With Love" from Goodbye Mr. Chips (1968) originally sung by Petula Clark and also popularised by Richard Harris "You and I" from Goodbye Mr. Chips (1968) sung by Petula Clark "Thank You Very Much" from Scrooge (1970) "Candy Man" and "Pure Imagination" (with Newley) from Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971) "Can You Read My Mind (Love Theme)" (with John Williams) from Superman (1978) "Move Em Out" (with Henry Mancini) from Revenge of the Pink Panther (1978) "Making Toys", "Every Christmas Eve/Santa's Theme (Giving)", "It's Christmas Again", "Patch! Natch!" and "Thank You, Santa!" (with Henry Mancini) from Santa Claus: The Movie (1985) "Somewhere in My Memory" from Home Alone (with John Williams) (1990 "When You're Alone", "We Don't Wanna Grow Up" from Hook (with John Williams) (1991) "Christmas at Hogwarts" (with John Williams) in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. "The Perfect Song" (with Andrew Lloyd Webber) for Michael Ball.
More great stuff from Batman: Hush. Batman #618.
I can't remember if I should do caps on the title or not. Anyway, I found a clip of Robin Williams doing improv and then there was this playlist of improv done by comedians at some Nerdist event.
Some of the sets are shite, some are note. Either way it's interesting to see how improv works for some of these big comedians. Iliza Shlesinger for example creates big stories related to the topic. Some parts of her stories are funny, but there isn't any believable element to them. Robin Williams just did impression, such as a kid buying guns as if they were sweets.
Who did I like? Me. I liked the ideas that this gave me about doing improv. The idea that I can be better. 👀
I can't link the playlist some reason, so you will have to find the link to it from the above. Either that or just look at the related videos.
Oh, this next one, however, I did find proper funny.