I'm curious. Why weren't you "a fan" of Robin Williams? Was there something about him I don't know? I always saw him as a warm and fuzzy clown knocking himself out to make the world laugh. He always made me laugh. And sometimes brought me to tears...like in "Patch Adams". I even cried in Mrs. Doubtfire too lol.I wasn't a Robin Williams fan, with one exception: "Mrs. Doubtfire". Saw it again recently, and this scene always cracks me up
YES! "Help is on the way, dear!" The Pierce Brosnan Heimlich maneuver. :laugh:I watched the scene and I laugh every time I see him jump over all the tables in the restaurant to rescue the man choking.
Wow!! I stand corrected...I had no idea!Hey Ronnie,
Sally has won 2 Oscars, 4 Emmys, and been nominated for a list of awards a mile long. I don't think she's underrated or unappreciated. Her performance in Sybil was stellar imo.
At 71 she still looks fantastic.
The manic way he was in interviews & talk shows was part of his illness, which is why he committed suicide.@ Lara
Happy to answer your question. Robin was too "manic" for my tastes, ESPECIALLY in interviews and talk shows. He couldn't sit still, seemed not to be able to give a sensible answer to a question. I didn't like Mork & Mindy, never saw many of his movies such as Good Morning Vietnam or Patch Adams....and I know he had a large body of work. But I was shocked and saddened when I heard he had taken his life.
YES! "Help is on the way, dear!" The Pierce Brosnan Heimlich maneuver. :laugh:
But, and this might surprise you, I've always loved Jim Carrey...seen almost all his movies. I know people who cannot stand Jim, and I mention it because some feel Jim is more irritating than Robin ever was. Go figure