Sick Product of a Sick System
Excellent but underrated film
I didn’t really have many expectations going into the movie (good or bad), but I actually really enjoyed it. I really liked the characters and the banter between them.
Great film documenting the life of the legend, Mr. Williams. It goes through a lot of footage of Mr. Williams himself, and interviews with friends. It feels like you know the man all the way through. Rest in peace.
Upfront, this rating is biased, but I can defend it.Just because you have a great subject does not automatically mean you have a great biographical documentary. You have to let the subject and those who knew them speak not you or your own preconceived notions-DONE. You have to get the entire subject without editing out the warts or important aspects that made them who they were, and do it in less than miniseries length-DONE.You have to feel their creative, inspirational, painful, & emotional life without questions unanswered-DONE.Accepting that no two-hour movie can capture anyone worth doing a documentary about, this does as good a job as I have seen. Do I want more? Of course! If you are a fan how could you not. (period because that was rhetorical)10 is a hard score to justify, especially if you can be as overly critical as I can, but...
I believe I am giving this rating not because I loved and miss Robin Williams, but because it portrayed someone I love and miss in a way that others may know the person I saw and understand why. RIP Robin Williams
An intimate look into the life and work of the revered master comedian and actor, Robin Williams. Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind could have been better for sure as a Documentary but it was also not that bad and that's cause of Robin Williams and learning more about his story as a whole plus we also get some clips from some of his best films such as 'Good Morning Vietnam' and my personal favorite 'Mrs. Doubtfire'. Also well known faces as Billy Crystal and Steve Martin appear and talk a bit about him. It's a fun documentary for sure. (7.5/10)
The man, the myth, the legend. Robin Williams touched millions across the world. This funny and at times sad documentary really gives a great inside look at the man who brought so much joy into this world. Ever since I was a child I've Loved and enjoyed Robin's films. He has a way to speak to any man, woman, or child. Such an incredible talent lost to soon. We should not weep for him but weep In gladness that such a man existed.