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Insomnia - Robin Williams' least intolerable work
08/15/14, 08:12

This is obnixious, but I'm reprinting this post at he bottom of the page, where it will be seen.

Oddeye is not trolling, and he's not being edgey for edgy's sake. I just think he's not getting the big picture.

Personally, I love Robin Williams, but I hate ****RRRROBIN WILLIAMSSSS****, if you know what I mean. You wanted to believe he was happy, but his pain was always visible, wasn't it? There needs no ghost from the grave to tell us that the man made a whole lot of shitty movies, and I find his talk show appearances (which are entitled "hilarious" in youtube) to be pretty painful and unfunny. He couldn't stop. He was always trying to outrun something, presumably whatever it is that finally got him.

But when he was given a real script, he could apply his endless frantic desperate energy with real artistry. Some of his dramatic performances are just as raw and far more honest than his comic performances that are supposed to be so fucking brilliant. If you haven't seen it, his UNCREDITED! performance as a disgraced therapist in Kenneth Branagh's DEAD AGAIN is by itself worth sitting through this silly reincarnation murder mystery, though it's a small role. It's hard to explain this performance, how you feel this guy's humiliation in every line he speaks.

I believe that time will be kind to Robin Williams. Now that he's gone, his talk show persona will fade from memory, the forgettable blockbuster family films will be forgotten, and the breadth and depth of his good work will be appreciated. And, of course, we understand him better now.
Insomnia - Robin Williams' least intolerable work
08/15/14, 08:06

Oddeye is not trolling, and he's not being edgey for edgy's sake. I just think he's not getting the big picture.

Personally, I love Robin Williams, but I hate ****RRRROBIN WILLIAMSSSS****, if you know what I mean. You wanted to believe he was happy, but his pain was always visible, wasn't it? There needs no ghost from the grave to tell us that the man made a whole lot of shitty movies, and I find his talk show appearances (which are entitled "hilarious" in youtube) to be pretty painful and unfunny. He couldn't stop. He was always trying to outrun something, presumably whatever it is that finally got him.

But when he was given a real script, he could apply his endless frantic desperate energy with real artistry. Some of his dramatic performances are just as raw and far more honest than his comic performances that are supposed to be so fucking brilliant. If you haven't seen it, his UNCREDITED! performance as a disgraced therapist in Kenneth Branagh's DEAD AGAIN is by itself worth sitting through this silly reincarnation murder mystery, though it's a small role. It's hard to explain this performance, how you feel this guy's humiliation in every line he speaks.

I believe that time will be kind to Robin Williams. Now that he's gone, his talk show persona will fade from memory, the forgettable blockbuster family films will be forgotten, and the breadth and depth of his good work will be appreciated. And, of course, we understand him better now.
Keith Ablow - Michelle Obama Could Stand to Drop a Few Pounds
08/14/14, 22:56

Sarah Palin looks different somehow.
Mercenaries (2014) - Trailer
08/14/14, 07:40

Most of these women are over 50. Most women over 50 don't look so good, but the ones who do? As long as she looks this hot, I'll watch Cynthia Rothrock read aloud from the Cleveland Yellow Pages.
The Slobstopper
08/13/14, 13:54

It happens to me all the time, though not as spectacularly as this. I want one.
Rush Limbaugh Blames Robin Williams Suicide on Being Democrat
08/13/14, 13:48

Oh No Rush Limbaugh said something horrible again. Stop the motherfucking presses.

Not bothering to watch the clip. Fuck this guy, he's just a freak show. Getting mad just feeds into his business model.
The Funeral of Chuckles the Clown from the Mary Tyler Moore Show (1975)
08/13/14, 13:34

http://youtu.be/ihLJrcS8lsg

The complete episode.

"Life's a lot like that. From time to time, we all fall down and hurt our foo-foo."

This scene is still funny, beautifully acted and written, but if you weren't alive back then you maybe can't imagine what a breath of pure oxygen this was in the closed off and antiseptic world of 70s television.

One way I have remembered Robin Williams in the past couple of days was to watch the Nostalgia critic's hilarious half-hour review of "Patch Adams". I like to believe that he would have approved of me having a laugh at the shitty movies he made.

Needs a "laugh for Chuckles" tag
Fox News shows off its class
08/13/14, 13:07

>>Yeah. This seems more like a Shep Mistake rather than a Fox "Mistake".

This, first and foremost. Whatever you think of what he said, the Rush Limbaugh response (which I have no plans to click onto) seems more like a standard "FOX MISTAKE". Some of you don't seem to understand that Shep Smith is considered Fox's concession to liberals, and so naturally they picked someone who says crazy shit from time to time. I'm not sure if that's defending him or not. I just don't think it was the usual cynical, opportunistic political posturing. It was still a fucked up thing to say on TV.

The people I know who have this attitude toward suicide, well, the one person I know who has this attitude toward suicide, he was pretty much traumatized by the experience of carrying his little brother's body into the emergency room after he overdosed. His little brother (who is also my little brother) survived, and is now past forty and the father of four, and the best Dad I know.

As someone with a history of depression, i can tell you that I decided a few years ago not to kill myself as long my parents are alive. It's one of the few decisions that I haven't ever reconsidered. My parents are in their seventies, and I just don't think about suicide any more. Not killing yourself as long as your children are alive is harder. I can tell you that if you have a depression problem in your twenties and thirties, deal with it now because being depressed in your fifties is way worse.
Fox News shows off its class
08/13/14, 06:32

Is that a picture of him with Betty White in the preload? I was just thinking that Betty White said that meeting Koko the gorilla was the greatest experience of her life.
Fox News shows off its class
08/13/14, 06:29

To me, this seems like an honest expression of emotion, which is the opposite of the cynical political posturing that Fox News is known for. I don't agree with it, but for some people, anger is a natural part of grieving for the death of a suicide.
I yam what I yam
08/12/14, 21:56

>>I had no idea so many people hated Robin Williams.

Not him. Some of those movies. I don't think I can name another actor who made so many movies I either hated or avoided like death that I still felt kindly toward. And once again, people don't think of him as a serious actor, and he absolutely was.
I yam what I yam
08/12/14, 21:50

>>so, what is it like being so incredibly old?

It's terrible, but I don't think age is oddeye's problem.
I yam what I yam
08/12/14, 21:48

I was shocked and saddened, and I know a lot of people are experiencing genuine grief, so right now it's a dick move to make a federal case about how unfunny he could be. Every comedian bombs, and sometimes the ones who bomb a lot are the courageous ones. I just wish he could have played more cartoon characters.
I yam what I yam
08/12/14, 13:22

In my opinion, Robin Williams was a solid dramatic actor and a terrific cartoon voice actor who had a comedic persona that others found hilarious, but to me it was painful, and it often seemed painful for him. I remember when he was nominated for an oscar for DEAD POET'S SOCIETY, and during the ceremony they showed a clip of him doing Brando in front of the class. It was the only "ROBIN WILLIAMS" scene in the whole movie, and that was the one they picked for the clip. You could see Williams in the audience looking pretty sore.

At some point during GOOD MORNING VIETNAM, I knew I'd had enough of Robin Williams doing "ROBIN WILLIAMS" and never went back for MRS DOUTFIRE which is supposed to be okay, and a whole bunch of other stuff that is supposed to be terrible (PATCH ADAMS, FLUBBER, MAN OF THE YEAR, etc.) which I suppose made a zillion dollars, but he managed to put together an impressive dramatic resume over the years, and these roles were never to be missed. He played a brilliant tormented killer in LAW AND ORDER SVU, and a murder victim's husband on HOMICIDE: LIFE ON THE STREETS. He played a disgraced psychiatrist in Kenneth Branagh's DEAD AGAIN, and dedicated teachers in DEAD POET'S SOCIETY and GOOD WILL HUNTING.

ALLADIN finally allowed Williams to use his comic persona to best advantage, and he was wonderful in THE BIRD CAGE, playing (if you'll pardon the expression) the straight man to Nathan Lane.

I agree that it's not disrespectful to the spirit of Robin Williams to make fun of his death, but right now it's disrespectful to the grief of others, and you should lay off.
Graham Chapman on Entertainment Tonight, 1989
08/11/14, 22:10

Just the thing to cheer me up after learning about the death of Robin Williams.

:(
Clip from 'Can I Do It 'Till I Need Glasses?' (1977)
08/11/14, 21:50

A suicide. Fuck that IS rough!
Clip from 'Can I Do It 'Till I Need Glasses?' (1977)
08/11/14, 21:44

WHAT?
Heres me doing jonbenet ramsey dance 2014
08/11/14, 14:31

Do you know what Catie Wayne represents to me? The gifted young person I once was, before my life took a turn for the crapper. Watching her take charge of her own destiny has been inspiring and painful, but it''s forced me to face my issues.
Heres me doing jonbenet ramsey dance 2014
08/11/14, 14:26

Actually, that guy obsessed with Boxxy is another good example.
Heres me doing jonbenet ramsey dance 2014
08/11/14, 14:24

Check, check, and check!

Drag queens? I guess I see how that could work.

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