10 underestimated roles of Robin Williams, who remind us why we love her

10 underestimated roles of Robin Williams, who remind us why we love her

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You may not know that there may be too many underestimated roles for Robin Williams. Considering how much everyone loved the quiet actor. But remember - he not only appeared in movies in the course of several decades. He worked practically in all genres, which you can represent, except Western. Few actors had such a wide career as he did.

It is easy to appreciate his Oscar-winning turn in "The Wise Will Hunting." Or her work in the blockbuster in "Mrs. Dautfire." Or the legendary vocal performance, which he gave in "Aladdin" Disney. These are just some of his favorite roles. Many others were at the table or interesting - they were just not valued in that way at the time, or they were overshadowed by his greatest work. Each of the following roles, which he played, gives a chance to see, as one of the greatest movie stars demonstrates different sides of his huge talent.

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10 underestimated roles of Robin Williams, who remind us why we love her

1. Photo for an hour.

Williams was fascinated when he was in a complete manic state. But he knew that there is power and in the opposite direction. That's what he did in "Photo for an Hour", playing an introvert, a mentally unbalanced person. After all, the performance is very different from what we expect, the chaotic nature of the character is enhanced.

10 underestimated roles of Robin Williams, who remind us why we love her

2. Cell for birds.

The American remake is a very funny French classic. The original is more restrained in its humor. But this is normal, because Williams is at the peak of his career, creating a crazy comedy, which his fans love. He plays Armanda, a gay, club owner in Miami. When his son was married to the daughter of a very conservative Republican senator (Gene Hackman), Armand pretended to be natural, doing everything possible to hide his relationship with Albert (Nathan Lane).

10 underestimated roles of Robin Williams, who remind us why we love her

3. Kill the pigeons.

A strange comedy, the action of which takes place in the world of children's TV programs. Williams plays a popular children's show, known as Rainbow Randolph. Ignoring his cheerful appearance on the air, in fact, he is an outspoken drunk, who gives bribes in exchange for what invites children to his show. After that, as he was arrested for this, the network hopes to find an impeccable replacement. It would be Smochi (Edward Norton), the performer in the purple rhinoceros costume. Randolph believes that the way to return to work is to get rid of his new rival.

10 underestimated roles of Robin Williams, who remind us why we love her

4. Where dreams lead.

The movie is easy to watch. In fact, it can be quite a disappointing experience. And that is not me, it is worth it. Because Williams' excellent performance helps give him a real impulse. His character, Chris Nielsen, dies in a car accident. He falls into paradise, where an angel leads him through a beautiful burial life. The scenario changes when the mad wife Chris ends her life of selfishness and goes to hell. Deciding to save her, she also goes to hell, and that she finds, scares.

10 underestimated roles of Robin Williams, who remind us why we love her

5. The world of Harp.

Released in 1982, the film became one of the first signs that Robin Williams could do more than a comedian, which led him to perfection in the TV series "Mork and Mindy." Based on the novel by John Irving, in the film, he plays T.S. Harpa, the beginning writer, who has a case with all sorts of family problems. His wife changes him, and his mother is the hero of the feminist movement, the success of which she seems to never be able to repeat herself.

10 underestimated roles of Robin Williams, who remind us why we love her

6. Jumanji.

Jumanji remains a popular film among children in the 90s, and he found a new generation of admirers thanks to the rebirth of Dwayne Johnson / Kevina Harta. Not to mention that the quality of Robin Williams' work is often overshadowed by visual effects and action scenes. The truth is that the film would not have been if it had not been so good for him.

10 underestimated roles of Robin Williams, who remind us why we love her7. A man in a Cadillac.

Williams plays a car salesman. Here it is and there is a fun concept made to order for its dynamic comedy style. But Joey O’Brien isn’t just a car salesman. He is a car salesman who has to sell 12 cars for two days, otherwise, he will be fired. Oh, and there is still a madman with a weapon that breaks into the dealership and gives everything to the hostages.

10 underestimated roles of Robin Williams, who remind us why we love her

8. Shoot.

The first leading role of Williams in the film came in 1980 in the film "Popay" by Robert Altman. He plays the main character, his favorite cartoon sailor, who loves spinach, equally his love for Olive Oil. The film is amazing, as it reproduces the appearance of old cartoons about Popaya in action.

10 underestimated roles of Robin Williams, who remind us why we love her

9. Night listener.

"Night listener" is Williams in the role of night radio presenter Gabrielle Noun. One of his regular visitors is a boy named Pete, who claims to be his biggest fan. They make friends on the phone, but when hints appear, pointing to the fact that Pete is not there, for whom he gives, Gabriel's life turns upside down. To say more - then go to the spoiler.

10 underestimated roles of Robin Williams, who remind us why we love her

10. The best dad.

Williams plays the role of Lance Clayton, an English teacher at a middle school. When her son dies during a sexual incident, Lance writes a fake death note to distract from the humiliating circumstances.

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