‘Mrs. Doubtfire’: 25 Years Later

Advertisements Mrs. Doubtfire is arguably one of Robin Williams’s most memorable and powerful roles on screen. As a movie, Mrs. Doubtfire stands as one of the warmest and most comforting of films to have come out in recent memory. Williams, through the performances…

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Robin Williams Retrospective: ‘Flubber’ and ‘Awakenings’

Advertisements Opening yourself up, allowing yourself to be loved and therefore loving others are the driving themes in the second week of my Robin Williams Retrospective. In two films with similar roles, similar themes, but different tones and styles, Awakenings and Flubber…

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Good Will Hunting & The Birdcage

Advertisements What has been remarkable as I revisit older comedies is their contemporary resonance. Films like Sullivan’s Travels or anything by Chaplin still feels so relevant decades later. That is what good films do, they transcend their time and speak to a greater…

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Robin Williams Retrospective HUB

Advertisements “I think the saddest people always try their hardest to make people happy. Because they know what it’s like to feel absolutely worthless and they don’t want anybody else to feel like that.” – Robin Williams The next few weeks at Filmera…

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