Robin Williams Movies
Robin Williams movies are plentiful and successful considering he started his career as a stand-up comedian. His first big break came as Mork from Ork, the lovable alien on the popular 1978 sitcom. Though best known for his comedies, many Robin Williams movies explore his serious side.
- "Mrs. Doubtfire” Robin Williams plays Daniel Hillard, a newly divorced man who tricks his ex-wife, played by Sally Field, into hiring him as Mrs. Doubtfire, a housekeeper and his children’s babysitter. Things get wild when Hillard’s ex-wife finds someone new.
- "Dead Poets Society” Williams flexes his dramatic wings as a progressive English teacher at a prestigious boy’s academy. Williams is impressive in this coming-of-age movie that teaches the students to love poetry and life.
- "Good Morning, Vietnam” Robin Williams plays Adrian Cronauer, a DJ for the United States military in Vietnam. He keeps the troops laughing and is loved by all until he starts reporting incidents that his superiors don’t like.
- "Toys” Robin Williams and Joan Cusack star as Leslie and Alsatia Zevo, the simple, yet lovable adult children of the owner of Zevo Toys. When their father dies and leaves the company to his military-minded brother, it is up to Leslie, Alsatia and the factory employees to save the company.
- "RV” Bob Munro, played by Williams, rents an RV and takes his family on vacation. Poor driving skills and bad brakes lead to comic adventures as the family travels from California to Colorado in this family-friendly movie.
- "One Hour Photo” In this psychological thriller, Seymour Parrish, played by Williams, works at a one-hour photo. Having no life of his own, he becomes obsessed with a family that he develops film for-even imagining himself as a beloved uncle to them. Uncle Sy becomes dangerous when he discovers the family is not as perfect as he thought they were.