A Tribute to Robin Williams


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  • April Cost
    April Cost 2 days ago

    I know this is a older video but I had to comment. Kudos to you for being open and honest, I know that wasn't easy. You are clearly a good soul and I am so glad that I stumbled upon your videos. Be you and don't ever feel guilty for it. ❤️

  • rant osaurus
    rant osaurus 2 days ago

    Needs one for Stan Lee.

  • ashish saini
    ashish saini 5 days ago

    Loves this guy to death

  • Coleman Trebor
    Coleman Trebor 6 days ago


  • Ben McDonald
    Ben McDonald 7 days ago +1

    Robin Williams has so much greatness both comedically and dramatically, for me his best performances are
    Comedy= Good Morning Vietnam
    Drama= Good Will Hunting

  • sebastian bottger
    sebastian bottger 12 days ago +1

    Best video ever by Chris, makes us all want to cry even years later

    ARC TWENTY SIX 18 days ago +1

    Hook is one of my all-time favorite films and help me get through one of the most difficult times in my life. Robin Williams has always been a major part of bringing joy into the lives of millions of people around the world.

  • James sickmore
    James sickmore 23 days ago +1

    I watched Jumanji when i was in my 30's and loved it.

  • Alex Sanders
    Alex Sanders 28 days ago +1

    "You're doing it, Peter!" I know it's an old video, but much appreciation for this.

  • lotrgirl27
    lotrgirl27 29 days ago +1

    It is beautiful how a masterpiece like Good Will Hunting brings back different memories for everyone: It will always remind me of early summer 2011, I was 19, fresh out of high school and on my first big adventure in NZ. 4 months in I met a crazy Brit with whom I am currently in Canada with. We snuggled up on the hostel couch watching this movie and just got to know each other. The moment at the end where Matt Damon does the voiceover "I had to go see about a girl" (with the perfect song accompanying it) just makes me smile every time since this is what he did 1,5 years after the end of my NZ trip since I ultimately had to return to Europe without him.

  • KarltoonTV
    KarltoonTV 29 days ago +1

    I don't think i have a favoute Robin Williams film, as theybsre all amazong in their own way.

  • Erik Bentley
    Erik Bentley Month ago +1

    We love you Chris. Thank you for sharing this.

  • Jack Ryan
    Jack Ryan Month ago

    It is the the same thing with Paul walker I start crying every time I hear that so g they should write a song about robin respect ✊

  • Jack Ryan
    Jack Ryan Month ago +1

    Respect to you and Williams films and him just remember that he’s happpyier now in heaven respect to you

  • TheDatok90
    TheDatok90 Month ago

    2018 and I'm still sad

  • Proc of the Dawn
    Proc of the Dawn Month ago

    I realize this video is 4 years old now, but I just had to comment.
    Chris, I started watching you after I saw your review of Searching, and I’ve just torn through your videos because you are just so much fun to watch and I love your reviews, and I feel you really inspire me. I’m an amateur movie critic, I’ve been doing reviews for my friends for years now and I’d like to start doing them more seriously. I really relate to you with your school bullying and such, as, aside from being extremely underweight my entire life (which I still am) I was always the butt of a lot of jokes too and I always blame myself for everything. This was a hard video to watch: both for you and for Robin Williams.
    Like every 90s kid, I grew up watching Robin Williams on repeat. I loved Jumanji, and Hook especially has always been one of my favorite movies of all time. I actually still have not been able to bring myself to watch it since Williams’s death 4 years ago. His death hit me very, very hard, and it felt so personal to me. I still tear up every time I think about Robin Williams.
    Anyway, I just wanted to say thank you, Chris, and I wanted to let you know what an inspiration you are.

  • Karla Straight
    Karla Straight Month ago

    Chris this will always be your best video THANK YOU for sharing so much of yourself with your viewers

  • Karla Straight
    Karla Straight Month ago

    The Fischer King is actually my fave Robin Williams movie, although he did have a very funny uncredited role in "Dead
    Again" Robin made you feel like he was your friend, that you actually knew him and that he cared about you, no matter what role it was A gift like Robin will never be seen again on this earth

  • Karla Straight
    Karla Straight Month ago

    Robin will be missed deeply forever

  • NicholasJ Walker
    NicholasJ Walker Month ago

    *Rip robin*
    Sometimes the most hurt people are the most joyful

  • fgdj2000
    fgdj2000 Month ago

    This is 4 years late, but Hook was probably the first film I was ever really into. And my father was into it too. So it was a kind of shared thing. It’s just such a pity. I feel Robin Williams was one of the few people who genuinely enjoyed making people laugh and teaching them little important things. He wasn’t just there for gags, his comedy and his roles usually meant something important. For that, he was a very precious individual and it’s so sad he lost in the end to his own depression. I hope wherever he is, if there is some sort of life beyond death, that he at least can now see just how much joy he brought to so many people.

    • fgdj2000
      fgdj2000 Month ago

      Side note: I actually teared up while watching you talk about your own issues.
      I only know you from your videos, but as far as I can tell you’re a great guy! Love your reviews and your stance on film as an art form and the way you give every film a fair chance. Keep it up, man. Great channel. And pity the fools who want to tear you apart. They are sad individuals.

  • Do You See It
    Do You See It Month ago

    For me it was Good Will Hunting movie hit me hard and changed me for the better. Thank you Robin William's you were a fantastic actor and a great man

  • Darjia
    Darjia 2 months ago +1

    ok talk about being late to the party I just watched this and I will say this... there are 2 people I watch for movie reviews you and Jeremy Jahns because you both bring honesty and make it fun to watch your reviews... and your tribute to Robin Williams was very heart felt... The one thing that people seem to ignore is it doesn't matter how famous you are or how much money you have, life has a way of letting you know you are not immune to the shit that happens in life, this is why you see many people try to medicate themselves from it in many different ways and for many people Robin Williams had a gift he willingly shared with all of us from his comedy and the roles he took on and brought them to life.. sorry about responding so late lol but better late than never huh great job Chris

  • Jerod Brown
    Jerod Brown 2 months ago

    I grew up watching Hook. I would always ask why he couldn't fly or wasn't wearing his "costume." But I would always get super excited at the end when he went against Hook.
    You are so right Chris. He did have such a contagious smile that made you care for him. This is a tradgedy. But I bet he is in a better place.

  • Ben Abate
    Ben Abate 2 months ago

    Robin Williams was the first celebrity who died where I felt like I lost a friend. There will never be a comedic mind like his again.
    I know I’m obviously late to the party, but you make great videos, great reviews, you’re always respectful and you’re honesty and vulnerability in this vid was astounding. I hope you read this comment just so you know, YOU inspire me to get into movies, I’ve always written stories but the way you talk about the art of film making, makes me inspired.
    Chin up mate, people are mean for no reason these days.
    Nothing but love from Australia.

  • Zack Zaharko
    Zack Zaharko 2 months ago

    You are amazing Chris. I love watching your videos. And I as a kid growing up in the 90s, I loved Robin Williams so much. He meant so much to me and stays in my heart as weird as that sounds.

  • Ganonbros
    Ganonbros 2 months ago

    Both Blade Runner movies taught me how to be happy.
    They taught me that small human moments canbe something more important than the well being of things on a large scale and it taught me that I'm might never be someone that is famous but that I can make someone happy and that this can bring joy to me.
    These movies truely shaped the way I see the world and I hold them very closely to my heart.

  • Dustin Kenney
    Dustin Kenney 2 months ago

    You're the best chris RIP Robin Williams

  • Bakr DARID
    Bakr DARID 2 months ago


  • Brandon Johnson
    Brandon Johnson 2 months ago

    I miss Robin Williams. The Fisher Kong and Hook are my favorites because i could relate on his characters on both movies where he was unhappy and busy with life and then he realized he can be still childlike and happy in your adult years. RIP

    ABRAHAM ASCENCIO 2 months ago

    The first time I legitimately wanted to cry from a celebrity death.

    IT WAS TOTALLY ME GUYS 2 months ago

    Rest In Peace Robin Williams😭

  • Steymar Stark
    Steymar Stark 2 months ago

    Christ my respect for Chris has multiplier ten fold.

  • Jack Colgan
    Jack Colgan 2 months ago

    Geez, I can't believe it's already been 4 years since we lost Robin Williams. I still remember when I heard the news to this day. I was jamming on guitar with my dad and we were just playing songs and having a great time. Just some good father/son bonding time. Then my mom comes down with her iPad telling us that Robin Williams had died. We were in absolute disbelief. What a loss! :(

  • Supermovies
    Supermovies 3 months ago

    I remember this day. I was on holiday in Florida when I found out. He was a legend. One that no one can every forget.

  • coda papa
    coda papa 3 months ago +1

    It's been exactly four years since he passed now. 😞. R.I.P legend

  • Jamie Reeves
    Jamie Reeves 3 months ago

    Good video Chris. I can relate to what you said about school. One of my favourite Robin Williams films is Dead Poets Society.

  • Valerie Barnes
    Valerie Barnes 3 months ago

    This is a beautiful tribute to Robin. As we approach August 11, 2018 -- it's now been four years since his death -- I still can not believe he's gone. Even though I never knew him, I find myself missing him. Thanks, Chris, for sharing your story with us all. It just proves how deeply Robin touched, and enriched, MILLIONS of lives.

  • odinga tinga
    odinga tinga 3 months ago

    He probably were killed because he could speak out about the pedophile hollywood kabale.

  • Maddy Harvey
    Maddy Harvey 3 months ago

    He reminded me so much of my dad. They look very similiar, same humour, same infectious personality. I always felt like he was an actor who meant something to me. When I saw him in Mrs. Doubtfire as a kid, my mum says I looked at her and said: "look it's dad!".

  • Free Ride
    Free Ride 3 months ago +1

  • Adrian Schagerl
    Adrian Schagerl 3 months ago

    I watched Mrs. Doubtfire when I was 10, for the first time. At that time, my parents were splitting up. Iwas really sad and couldn't talk to my parents about that for a while.
    Then I watched this Movie. And IT really helped me. That Robin Williams "Mrs. Doubtfire" speech at the end really touched me and made me understand.
    It was damn funny too.😁

  • Adrian Schagerl
    Adrian Schagerl 3 months ago

    My first Robin Williams Movie was Mrs. Doubtfire. Then Jumanji and then Aladdin.

  • McFrozenNuggets
    McFrozenNuggets 3 months ago

    My favorite Robin Williams film has to be *Flubber* . I just find it absolutely hilarious!

  • Tim WillIams
    Tim WillIams 3 months ago

    Brother it’s not you fault.and never has been ,now I cry

  • Tim WillIams
    Tim WillIams 3 months ago

    I so get it

  • Mr mean
    Mr mean 3 months ago

    4 years late but rip.

  • Pinkiepool GamerBrony27
    Pinkiepool GamerBrony27 3 months ago +1

    stands up O Captain My Captain

  • Dilan Ross
    Dilan Ross 3 months ago

    It's been a really rough week Chris. I've been trying to find comfort in cinema. You and your videos always make me feel better.
    Thank you

  • Poetic Patatas
    Poetic Patatas 3 months ago

    Still miss Robin Williams

  • Alexander Supertramp
    Alexander Supertramp 3 months ago +1

    Patch Adams is one of my favorite movies. I wish you'd review it

  • Chad Murphy
    Chad Murphy 3 months ago +1

    I love and watch Good Will Hunting almost only because of Robin Williams.

  • MS88Gaming
    MS88Gaming 3 months ago

    You need to watch Patch Adams.

  • Katrine Nordland
    Katrine Nordland 3 months ago

    You come across as so nice. I was very moved by this video.

  • Pedro Koury
    Pedro Koury 3 months ago

    Chris, I know that some time has passed by now, but I'd like to say that through this video you were able to transmit a little bit of our dear Captain John Keating. That is because you were open in regards to your feelings, on TVclip, and delivered really kind words. I know that we should never think that we know someone well without even talking in person, but your authenticity does show and you do inspire me, man.
    Warm hugs from Brazil

  • Jackson Jones
    Jackson Jones 3 months ago

    dead poets society affected me with how robin williams inspired the boys to do what they love. it helped me to do what i have a passion for

  • newday zee
    newday zee 3 months ago

    Chris you are a very good reviewist.

  • Dawn Graham
    Dawn Graham 3 months ago

    Thanks for making this video, Chris. I just discovered your channel today and have been binge watching. I was born with Spina Bifida and growing in Cincinnati, Ohio was ignored thru school and have suffered from a gult complex most of my life. I have never seen Goodwill Hunting but will now have to go watch it. Thanks for putting yourself out there. I've spent a lot of time watching videos of Mr. Williams life, trying to understand what plagued him in the end, and just hoping that someday I can help someone who is suffering.

  • Robo Lizard Studio
    Robo Lizard Studio 4 months ago

    You are a very sensitive person, and I relate to that. Love you brother, keep up the good work. Anyone who can feel something this deeply is a friend of mine :)

    ADRIAN MARES 4 months ago

    Chris, I love you so deeply

  • Kristopher Hawesome
    Kristopher Hawesome 4 months ago

    My biggest memories from Robin Williams was Aladdin and Hook. This man was incredible. Mrs Doubtfire was so funny and made me laugh very much. I was in California when Robin Williams passed away and I was so very sad. I just can't believe he's gone. Robin Williams really made me happy and made me laugh, cry and just feel good. I really miss this man and I will never forget him.

  • Ethan Butler
    Ethan Butler 4 months ago +1

    I cried during this video, Chris... Thank you for bringing that out... I felt the same exact way when he passed about 4 years ago. I was devistated! He made me both laugh and cry in his movies growing up... To this day he is one of my favorite actors... I saw Mrs Doubtfire for the first time a couple of weeks ago and I laughed to tears and told myself, ... "I miss that man..." . Sometimes I just wish I could give that man a big hug because of the overpowering joy he gave to me... I will always miss him and thanks again, Chris.

  • Molnár Fedor
    Molnár Fedor 4 months ago

    Thank you for shareing!

  • 3dartistguy
    3dartistguy 4 months ago

    maybe reviews for "RV" was too much for him...

  • Jordan Curley
    Jordan Curley 4 months ago

    Robin Williams will always be a legand in the film industry

  • Dante Banducci
    Dante Banducci 4 months ago

    I loved Robin Williams. From everything I have heard, he was truly great, if sad man. Thank you for the wonderful tribute to a wonderful man.

  • James Charlton
    James Charlton 4 months ago

    Oh Captain my Captain ...

  • Jedi Master Brevon Thompson

    He died the same day as my grandpa

  • Austin Smith
    Austin Smith 4 months ago

    Great video dude, in the last few weeks I've started watching your reviews and I really enjoy, fantastic work, honest and in-depth! Keep up the good work dude

  • John Ramirez
    John Ramirez 4 months ago

    I watch all your videos but somehow I missed this one until now. I have the same love for Mr. William and was honestly hurt by his passing. I didn't realize how much I needed this video. Thank you, Chris.

  • Jack Edwards
    Jack Edwards 4 months ago

    I completely understand, Chris. I'm sorry I am only just seeing this video. I also have a guilt complex, as well as chronic depression, which tonight has been utterly wrecking me, but watching videos about Robin Williams has been bringing me back.
    Thank you, Chris.

  • Disney65Fan
    Disney65Fan 5 months ago

    Not gonna lie but everytime it reaches his anniversary I always cry.
    I grew up watching alot of his films. When I found out that he committed suicide I was in bits. I found out a year later that my dad committed suicide.
    I agree Chris he always made me happy whenever I watch his films.

  • starkvaderIII
    starkvaderIII 5 months ago

    Yesssss Mrs doubtfire

  • Dylan Kaiser
    Dylan Kaiser 5 months ago

    he was a great man and i still am upset about his passing
    RIP Robin Williams

  • Lara Anderson
    Lara Anderson 5 months ago

    I watched Dead Poet's Society at the perfect time in my life and it's completely transformed how I view life and my future and I'm just so thankful for it, and for Robin 💛

  • Caroline Brennan
    Caroline Brennan 5 months ago

    How 105 people disliked I cannot understand.

  • BLOCKYandrew
    BLOCKYandrew 5 months ago

    the world will always be open for play

  • prophetic0311
    prophetic0311 5 months ago

    I had to see about a girl, Chris.

  • Jorge Feoli
    Jorge Feoli 5 months ago

    Hi Chris. I've been following your channel for a couple of months now and I really enjoy your reviews. I'm from Costa Rica, I am 37 years old and I've been a movie fan all my live and I grew up watching Christopher Reeves Superman, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Steven Spielberg movies and of course Robin Williams. I truly enjoyed Mork and Mindy in the late 80's, Hook was the first Robin Williams movie I saw and I loved it, I watched Mrs. Doubtfire at the movie theather and it cracked me up and Good Will Haunting touched me deeply, but the movie the really had an impact on my live was Patch Adams. It is so funny, but so emotional and even so sad (I cried when his girlfriend dies), that it moved me in so many levels and it has inspired me so much to be a better person that all I can say is "Thank you oh Captian my Captian". Dude, thank for this video, I got watery eyes and all and thank for all your movies reviews in general. You are such a great critic. Sorry for my English by the way. Greetings from Costa Rica! God bless. Pura vida!!!

  • Itsallgood Good
    Itsallgood Good 5 months ago

    Chris, I just joined your channel yesterday. After watching your touching video, connecting life to art for healing, you have a fan for life. Well done!

  • Kyle bedient
    Kyle bedient 5 months ago

    His scene from Good Will Hunting is probably my favorite scene from him ever. I cry everytime.

  • Brendan Lynch
    Brendan Lynch 5 months ago

    dude you're 6 foot 4!

  • Jack Leal
    Jack Leal 6 months ago

    dead poet society

  • Ao Pé Da Lente
    Ao Pé Da Lente 6 months ago +2

    Hi Chris! I'm seeing this almost 4 years later and I don't know if you're going to see this, (I hope you will), but thank you. Robin Williams helped me grow up. I suffered a lot in school, I was an unusual kid, so I relate to everything that you said. For you it was "Good will Hunting", for me it was "Dead Poets Society". I don't know how many times I watched this movie. I am an artist, an actress really...and choosing this path it's been hard. I don't have many opportunities here where I leave. Well, Robin Williams truly inspired me, he still does, because he did what I believe is also my motivation. Inspire people. Leave your contribution telling stories about beauty, poetry, love. Helping people like in Patch Adams or rescue your true love from hell (even if that costs your soul). That's the kind of artist I wanted to be. That's the message you know? Thank you so much for open your heart and beeing so true. Really love all of your videos, but this one...gosh! Thank You.

    • Aidan Yelsma
      Aidan Yelsma 5 months ago +1

      Today, I asked a girl out on a date who I have had a pretty big crush on for months. She said no, because she likes my best friend. To help cope with that, I popped in my DVD of Good Will Hunting, just so I could listen to Robin Williams say "It's not your fault." I replayed that scene over and over, crying.

  • vader kent
    vader kent 6 months ago

    Thank u Chris I am a new fan to u and I honestly will say your reviews are amazing,I have watched your reviews non stop for the past to weeks,wish it could do a review with u,this video was heart breaking as well as heartfelt, thank you I'm totally stuckmanized

  • The BIGMAC
    The BIGMAC 6 months ago

    How dare those kids make fun or you

  • Leftmont Rimose
    Leftmont Rimose 6 months ago

    JUMANJI was the movie I watched when I heard the news: glad that you have good feelings about it, too.

  • portiz 62
    portiz 62 6 months ago

    Oh My God Its Been 4 Years since he Passed! 😦

  • Royal Wobbe
    Royal Wobbe 6 months ago

    “Can I miss her yet?” Makes me cry every time. The Fisher King is such an underrated movie.

  • Wayne King
    Wayne King 6 months ago

    All power in the world to you Chris. I was the unpopular kid in school too so I know exactly where you're coming from. I watch your videos all the time and they never fail to entertain me. I remember the day of Robin's passing all too clearly. What a horrible day that was. Hard to believe it's been four years already My all time favourite movie of his is Good Will Hunting. He gives a masterful performance in that film.

  • Trevor Luthy
    Trevor Luthy 6 months ago

    The one moment that inspired me in a film more then any other, was when Evie in V for Vendetta was reading the note left behind when she was trapped in the jail cell in Vs sanctum. The story the woman that wrote the note told was so heartbreaking yet so inspiring at the same time and it still puts chills down my spine, especially when she said “Our integrity is all we have left in the end... it’s that one inch we can never let anyone take from us.” This scene really made me realize that we can never let any event or any person take away what makes us beautiful and what makes us who we are, no matter the circumstances.

  • Captain Jakemerica
    Captain Jakemerica 6 months ago

    Aren't actors and actresses supposed to be perfect in their performances? Margot Robbie was perfect as Tonya Harding and same with Saoirse Ronan in Lady Bird

  • Scentless Plain
    Scentless Plain 6 months ago

    Hey Chris, I’m a sophomore in high school and currently going through some bad depression because of school, mostly because I get picked on a lot because of how I look or act, I have some bad friends, their toxic but I can’t get rid of them because I’m in this really complicated situation. Listening to you and how you became this successful youtuber is inspiring. I just wanted to let you know that I feel you how you probably did in high school. Keep up the great work.

  • Mark Schamber
    Mark Schamber 7 months ago

    I just desperately hope that the majority of people understand now that he didn't really commit suicide and that it was the brain disease that killed him.

  • Jon Lee
    Jon Lee 7 months ago

    Thx, I'm having my mega moment tmw. U mention about my lifetime favour: Dead poet society, Good will hunting.
    Carpe Diem
    I'm 230 pounds 5'6" super uncool highs hook n uni kid also.
    I dropped 70 pounds n keep it for these 25yr

  • AX System
    AX System 7 months ago

    Watching this few years after this happened... I still feel bad as if it was yesterday...
    I always considerate Robin Williams as my "Movie's Dad" because when I was a kid my 3 favorite movies where featured by him. He was the only celebrity (and still being) that I would've loved to meet him once in my life. He was a great artist and a really special human being.

  • Outlined_Figures
    Outlined_Figures 7 months ago

    Yo Chris. Great really great. You truly have touched my heart. Throghout these years, I have been going through some hard times, but you and my love for movies has got me out of it. Now I really just wanna ask one thing. Can you do a Dead Poet Society review? It would be great if you could get back to me.

  • Michael Gutierrez
    Michael Gutierrez 7 months ago

    Thank you for this.

  • Anna
    Anna 7 months ago

    Your eyes are beautiful!! Thank you for this video and for opening up, very touching... even though it's almost 5 years later

  • Anna
    Anna 7 months ago +1

    102 bullies disliked this video!