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April 23, 2016

5 Most Memorable Performances of Robin Williams

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People say, a character becomes part of an actor who portrays it. And Robin Williams became the character every time he appeared on the silver screen. It hard to point out the finest performances delivered by this talented actor. Here is a small list of his movies that will always
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People say, a character becomes part of an actor who portrays it. And Robin Williams became the character every time he appeared on the silver screen. It hard to point out the finest performances delivered by this talented actor. Here is a small list of his movies that will always be loved and appreciated throughout the ages.

#5 Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)

A jobless and divorced father disguised himself as a Scottish nanny in order to spend more time with his children. This movie will take you on a laughing spree. If you’re having a bad day, this movie will put a smile on your face instantly.

#4 Good Morning Vietnam (1987)

Adrian Cronauer arrives in Saigon as a DJ for Armed Force Radio Service. While his unorthodox way of broadcasting news merged with humor earns popularity among the troops, it causes a rift between him and his superiors who disapprove of his techniques. A movie which will make you laugh at first and cry at the end, it’s definitely a must watch.

#3 Good Will Hunting (1997)

Sean Maguire, a professor of psychology helps Will Hunting (Matt Damon), a genius with a disturbed past, to go through his life by challenging his psychological defense mechanism. As the movie proceeds, the audiences will be able to connect with every emotion of Dr. Sean Maguire. Good Will Hunting earned him an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.

#2 Patch Adams (1998)

This is another heartwarming performance by Robin Williams that won our hearts effortlessly. In this movie, Williams plays a doctor who uses humor and compassion as a method of treating patients. His unconventional methods of treatment didn’t sit well with the medical community. Yet his methods proved to be the best way to treat the patients. Our very own Munnabhai MBBS was inspired from this movie.

#1 Dead Poets Society (1989) 

John Keating, the new English teacher at an elite boarding school, Welton Academy inspires his students to follow their own dream. They learned to seize the day and live every moment of life. He teaches the pupils to appreciate literature as an object of beauty and joy in their monotonous life. For this movie, he was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor in Leading Role category. Robin William as John Keating did not only inspire the students of Welton Academy, but all the youngsters around the globe. We all wish to have a professor like John Keating.

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