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Robin Williams was one of the most prolific actors of the last three decades. Whether you were first introduced to him as the quirky Mork from Ork, were inspired to greatness by Dead Poets Society or Good Will Hunting, laughed and cried during Good Morning Vietnam, or Genie was your favorite character in Aladdin– William’s work leaves lasting impressions. In honor of his life and legacy, this week we picked two of our favorite Williams’ films from the ’80s. They are both so great, it’s hard to pick between the two. Which one is your favorite?
Dead Poet Society
“We read and write poetry because we are members of the human race. And the human race is filled with passion.”At the Welton Academy, Robin Williams is the favorite English teacher. He inspires his students through the poetry of Walt Whitman and Robert Herrick.
Good Morning Vietnam
In the quick witted brilliance of Robin Williams is Adrian Cronauer, the radio announcer for the Armed Forces in Vietnam. In this comedy, you’ll hear Williams’ range of voices and characters he exhibits on air and that keeps moral high in the midst of war.
Drum roll please… and the winner of last week’s “Best Road Trip Movie,” goes to: Thelma and Louise!