7 Incredible Movies of Robin Williams to Remember

Robin Williams was discovered dead at the age of 63 in California in his home, Robin Williams died on 2014 August 11 and the world got deprived of one more beautiful person and human being and an actor. Robin Williams won Oscar and was known for his stand-up comedy, he is no more among us but he left to many beautiful movies behind him to remember him. The movies that provide us happiness and funny moments will remind us of him forever. We will say rest in peace to Robin Williams but he will always be in our minds forever.

1. Aladdin:

Aladdin

The next one on the list is an animated movie which was released on 11 November 1992 in the United States of America. The cast included was Robin Williams, Scott Weinger and Linda Larkin. This Disney film was directed by John Musker and Ron Clements. The story is about a street boy Aladdin who one day meet the princess and they fall in love with each other accidentally, but the princes’ Jasmine cannot marry him, she can only marry a prince. This famous fantasy movie grossed about 504.1 million USD in Box Office.

2. Bicentennial Man:

Bicentennial-Man

This scientific and fictional movie was released on 13 December 1999 in the United States of America. It was directed by Chris Columbus and its music composed by James Horner. Sam Neil, Robin Williams, and Embeth Davidtz were the main stars. The story is about a robot android who was created but he develops emotions like humans and starts feeling. It grossed about $87.4 million in Box Office.

3. Good Morning, Vietnam:

Good-Morning,-Vietnam

Good morning Vietnam was released on 15 January 1988 and the cast was Forest Whitaker, Robin Williams, and Tung Thanh Tran. It was directed by Barry Levinson. It was released in the United States of America. The story is of a DJ who is assigned to Vietnam US radio station by armed forces but he starts to shake and twist things in an unorthodox way. The story of this drama was written by Mitch Markowitz. This comedy-drama won “Golden Globe Award for the Best Actor”. It grossed about $123.9 million in Box Office.

4. Insomnia:

Insomnia

The next big wonder was released on 24 May 2002 in the United States of America. And Al Pacino was also in this movie along with Hilary Swank and Robin Williams. The story is about investigating a murder by two homicide detectives from Los Angeles who go this northern town to investigate but things get a little twisted. This thriller movie grossed about 113.7 million USD in Box Office. It was nominated for “Satellite Award for Best Editing”. This psychological mystery and thriller movie was directed by Christopher Nolan. It was written in the English language.

5. Jumanji:

Jumanji

The Jumanji movie was released on 15 December 1995, Bonnie Hunt, Kirsten Dunst, and Robin Williams were the leads. Joe Johnston was the director of this film. The movie revolves around two kids who were playing the board game and they found a man who brings a lot of monsters along with him those can only be stopped by kids by finishing their game. Feature song was Prologue and Main Title. This film grossed about 262.8 million USD in Box Office.

6. Mrs. Doubtfire:

Mrs.-Doubtfire

This amazing movie was released on 22 November 1993. Sally Field, Pierce Brosnan, and Robin Williams were the cast. It was directed by Chris Columbus. The story is about an actor who had a divorce but he takes over the face of women and become the housekeeper to his ex just to be in contact with his kids. This incredible and famous American comedy-drama won “Academy Award for Best Makeup and Hairstyling”. It grossed about $441.3 million in Box Office. It was written in English language and released in the United States of America.

7. Popeye:

Popeye

This funny and amazing movie was released on 10 April 1981 in the United Kingdom. Shelley Duvall, Robin Williams, and Ray Walston were the main cast. The story is about a sailor who travels to a sweet town and fall in love with a beautiful lady and makes an enemy. It was directed by Robert Altman and produced by Robert Evans. The Popeye grossed about $6 million on the opening weekend in the United States of America.

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