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I saw Night at the Museum Secret of the Tomb today. It was very good and funny. Robin is in a great deal of this movie. You won’t be disappointed.
Not long before I heard the news about Robin Williams’ sudden death, I came across a cardboard advertisement of “License to Wed”(2007), which was somehow placed at my local theater for no apparent reason(this poorly received comedy film silently went straight to DVD/Blu-ray release here, by the way). I became a little depressed to see Williams’ cheery face in the advertisement because, as we all know, Williams was capable of many different things in his long career – and I wondered for a while when he would get a nice chance for another good performance.
Sadly, that is no longer possible now due to his death, but he has been recognized as a talented actor who could easily switch between comedy and drama since the very beginning of his movie career. I came to notice him for the first time in “Dead Poet’s Society”(1989) in 1991, and then he became…
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It’s sad and pathetic when people go around impersonating celebrities on social media including ones who have already died. I understand some people don’t want to use their real name but that doesn’t mean it’s okay to use the name of a celebrity. If you don’t want people to know your real name and you’re on social media, why not have one account your for real friends and family and another account for people you meet on line you want to friend/follow. You can make up a name but don’t use the name of a celebrity whether they are living or dead.
Just so you know, bullying is not tolerated here. Posting hateful, hurtful and negative posts is considered a form of bullying. If you attempt to post such comments, you will be banned from being able to post comments without warning. I consider all hateful, hurtful and negative comments spam. The same goes for my page for Robin Williams on facebook as well. I monitor all posts.
Think of a happy thought, any happy little thought… like, perhaps, the fact that it’s almost time for Peter Pan Live! to take flight on NBC. When the event kicks off tonight at 8 p.m., Allison Williams and Christopher Walken will be the latest in a long line of talented actors to inhabit the iconic tights and hook of J.M. Barrie’s classic fairy tale characters. But before we watch them sing, dance, and (of course) fly their way into our living rooms, we’ve decided to take a look back at another great interpretation of Peter Pan and Captain Hook.
And what version of Neverland is funnier, more exciting or more touching than Stephen Spielberg’s 1991 classic, Hook? The tale of a grown-up Peter Pan, played by the always-unforgettable Robin Williams, who returns to Neverland to save his children from his lifelong nemesis, Captain Hook (Dustin Hoffman), is still considered…
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