Robin Williams 1951 – 2014 R.I.P.

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 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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