Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind


Action / Biography / Comedy / Documentary

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh94%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright89%
IMDb Rating7.9108293

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973.96 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 57 min
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1.85 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 57 min
P/S 1 / 10

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Reviewed by grantss9 / 10

Excellent documentary on an incredibly talented individual

A documentary on legendary comedian and actor Robin Williams. Through interviews with family, colleagues and friends, some of whom are legends in their own right, we learn his life story, not only the career aspect but his private life too.

An incredibly interesting and illuminating documentary on one of the world's funniest people and one of the most revered entertainers of all time. Instead of doing what your run-of-the-mill documentary that just showers the subject with praise and trundles out "experts" who just parrot empty platitudes, this documentary does what documentaries should do: show the subject warts-and-all. Moreover, it doesn't just cover the events but also why things happened, mental state and other deeper aspects.

The interviewees are highly relevant: family, peers and friends - the people who knew Williams best. Some of the peers and friends include such luminaries as Billy Crystal, Lewis Black, Pam Dawber, Eric Idle, David Letterman and Steve Martin.

Of course, you couldn't have a Robin Williams documentary without clips of his stand-up routines and there's plenty of those, just to remind us what a genius he was (plus they are very funny!).


Reviewed by SnoopyStyle8 / 10

an original

It's an HBO documentary special on late great comedian Robin Williams. It tackles his humor, his family, his addictions, and his sobriety. It doesn't shy away from the addictions but his comedy does lighten the hit. It isn't the darkness of reality but it is how he dealt with it. The most fascinating is after Awakenings when he starts diving into mental illness. No one can truly get inside his manic mind but it gives us a glimpse. As a bio, it hits all the landmarks. It isn't going inside his mind as advertised. It is a witness to his journey and that is the best that one can hope for. One thing is for sure. No one can ever really play him in a biopic. Not only is his an original. No one can hope to copy him.

Reviewed by lee_eisenberg10 / 10

if you love him, then you gotta see this

Robin Williams was one of the most beloved people in the world - I even saw him in concert in 2002 - and it shocked everyone when he took his own life. He made no secret of his demons, but no one imagined that a man who had brought so much joy to people would commit suicide. Marina Zenovich's "Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind" looks both at his career (plenty of zany performances to make you laugh yourself hoarse) and his personal life. There's lots of input from his friends and co-stars. It just goes to show that Williams was a once-in-a-lifetime phenomenon. He didn't blow his spark of madness, and he left the world a better place for it.

Worth seeing.

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