A Tribute to Robin Williams

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  • Published on Aug 12, 2014
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    Chris Stuckmann talks about Robin Williams, his unfortunate passing, and what his films meant to him.
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  • innoutraged
    innoutraged 2 days ago

    And this video is STILL monetized. Fuck you.

  • Dave The Rave
    Dave The Rave 3 days ago

    5 years later, and I still miss him so much 😢

  • Katie.L Hall
    Katie.L Hall 7 days ago

    I always thought Jumanji was SO creative and different! The computer animation may not have held up, but I feel like the story did. Great video. I found you later on and beingnof a similar age I love your videos and reviews! Can you do one on Jimmy Neuteon or Reboot from Toonami?

  • Josh Cooper
    Josh Cooper 13 days ago

    Well, I know I'm a bit late with this so I doubt you'll see it but here's to trying. Subscribed maybe a year ago now, I don't know. But, I've been in a Robin Williams mood today for whatever reason and this video popped up after watching one or two tribute videos. But I remember sitting on my front porch when my mom sent me a text about his passing and I couldn't even reply. I just wept. I'm 33 years old so I too grew up with and was greatly influenced by many of Robin's movies. I couldn't believe that we had lost him. That someone, like you said, who I've never met before but I loved dearly. It broke my heart and honestly, I've yet to heal. I have days like today where I wish I could tell him how much he is missed, even after all these years. Will be watching his Live on Broadway standup tonight for sure. Still just as hilarious as the first time I watched it. Anyways, thank you for posting this. Take care, Chris.

  • Daniel Williamson
    Daniel Williamson 15 days ago

    What a moving tribute, Chris. I never watched this video until today. 4 months ago I lost someone close to me which made me really sad and depressed and something that left me with deep regret. My grandmother passed away at the age of 89. I hadn't seen her in 15 years as she lived in England and I reside in New Zealand. Robin Williams and my grandmother are now in a better place. Amen!

  • Pathik Chakraborty
    Pathik Chakraborty 19 days ago

    We love you brother

  • BillieRibot
    BillieRibot 19 days ago +1

    We love you Chris, you are a fighter. Be proud, man... you are an inspiration for so many of us. Hugs and blessings from Argentina.

  • Ondrej Ptacek
    Ondrej Ptacek 22 days ago +1

    Jesus christ it has been 5 years. I still can't get over this. He was such a beautiful soul.

  • The Versace Life
    The Versace Life 23 days ago +1

    Everything u described was exactly the same as me. Good Will hunting was the first movie that moved me, I even got a poster!

  • Luke Sutton
    Luke Sutton 23 days ago

    If it is a Robin Williams movie, I love it. I am a huge fan. He is my hero and always will be. I miss him. Best performance I think is either Dead Poets Society or Good Will Hunting. I did an entire presentation on it. I love him.

  • Connor Webb
    Connor Webb 25 days ago

    I cannot believe it has almost been five years.

  • Prashant Rao
    Prashant Rao 25 days ago

    My only issue with this video: Who the fuck is disliking it? This is a very serious and personal matter...

  • Dan Jonsson
    Dan Jonsson 26 days ago

    Still miss that brilliant man.

  • Robin Mcclain
    Robin Mcclain 28 days ago

    Don't know how I missed this one...sending you Love...that scene in GWH touched me so much, still does...We miss Robin Williams still...Thank you for being real...I really was impacted by Dead Poets too

  • Sebastian Kierkegaard

    Very moving video!

  • Fena Reti
    Fena Reti Month ago

    I know it's been years since the tragic event, but that's for how long I've been postponing watching this video. I know it's not relevant anymore but I feel the need to speak about this so I can finally let go.
    I'm not a native English speaker, so as a kid watching a subtitled movie was never exciting. However, the first movie i ever watched that was not animated was Hook. Peter Pan had always been my favourite hero, and as a 4yearold watching my favourite hero become an adult and see such a different story was both shocking and mesmerising.
    I remember watching the movie for the first time and looking at Robin and thinking "so that's what acting looks like". As a kid I could tell his performance was something special and he was the first actor whose real name I learned and memorised. Since then he has remained my favourite actor.
    My brother told me of his passing, on the day we were going on our summer holidays and I thought he was pulling a sick prank. I could not believe that he was gone and I never got to meet him and thank him.
    Since then I've been avoiding watching movies of his that I hadn't watched yet because I know they are limited and there will be no more and just by not watching them makes me keep him "alive" for longer.
    I took a picture with his wax figure at a museum and I started crying.
    He meant so much to me as a child. The movie "Hook" is to this day my favourite movie.
    Other movies of him I got to watch before hereaing about his passing was "Good Will Hunting" "Dead poets society" "Aladin" the robot one, "Jumanji" and the one where he would use a green slimy thing to jump around 🙈
    It still breaks my heart that he is gone and by his own choice. He brought so much joy into my life, I wish someone was there for him the way he was for me.

  • XisOut
    XisOut Month ago

    230 5-9 and now 190 6-4 dammmmmmm

  • Jonny Gro
    Jonny Gro Month ago +4

    "Oh captain my captain" "Thank you boys...thank you" - Dead Poets Society

  • James Houston
    James Houston Month ago

    O Captain my Captain

  • Foster Ukah
    Foster Ukah Month ago

    Robin Williams was a king of comedy

  • Heather Atkins
    Heather Atkins Month ago

    How can it be 2019 and this still makes me cry my eyes out? You will forever be loved and missed, Robin Williams.

  • Allen Freeman
    Allen Freeman Month ago

    I had many years where my first wife made me feel like everything was my fault but one day I woke up realizing it wasn’t me! And I got a divorce. I finally stopped blaming myself for her problems. This led to me finding my 2nd wife, my soul mate and having 16 years with her before she passed away. its true you can’t move forward till you face the now, and move past the obstacles. This video you really give some heartfelt confessions and Im sure it helps others to see there are ways out of their emotional traps!

  • joel nelson
    joel nelson Month ago

    Man I never knew chris was like me in school, I wasn't overweight but I never had friends in school and I always got some much shit as well. You have shown me that it's okay to be myself.

  • Rita Primeau
    Rita Primeau Month ago

    THE MOVIE RAIN MAN REALLY TOUCHED ME

  • ramarao vumana
    ramarao vumana Month ago

    U will be missed
    Robin Williams

  • Andres Salazar
    Andres Salazar Month ago

    If I knew you in high school dude you would have been my best friend.

  • Aliana Jacobs
    Aliana Jacobs Month ago

    You are awesome Chris Stuckmann I have never met you but I am a big fan of yours! For every time you got bullied I hope I can tell you that you are an amazing person and that you would believe it! Never doubt yourself and do not let others bring you down! If I was in high school with you I would gladly like to your friend!

  • MiBones
    MiBones Month ago

    Years later, but still relevant.

  • Goodwins all access Media service provider

    Get over it there’s loads of great comedians making people happy

  • Yanis Kaps
    Yanis Kaps 2 months ago

    May Robin Williams rest in peace. I love his movies and he is a fantastic actor.

  • Freak Reviews
    Freak Reviews 2 months ago

    Hook and dead poets society were the first movies that I saw and until today hook gives me a really good feeling and I don't even know why...Robin Williams energy and every time he smiles in the movie. Oh, men, 2019 and we still miss him.

  • Vortex Cut
    Vortex Cut 2 months ago

    sir i respect you so much..... love from india

  • Ryan Muller
    Ryan Muller 2 months ago

    Some people move on...but not us

  • Federico Rodriguez
    Federico Rodriguez 2 months ago

    Man, what an amazing tribute to one of the best actors ever. Great, great, great video. Really moved me.

  • MrFlipperInvader792
    MrFlipperInvader792 2 months ago

    1:50 wow

  • Batman157983
    Batman157983 3 months ago

    I miss you Robin Good Will Hunting helped me get through such a dark time and made me realize that what was going on wasn't my fault and saved me.

  • DaKruger Toch91
    DaKruger Toch91 3 months ago

    I know this video is a little dated, but I would be honored to comment. Rest in peace, Robin Williams. He’s probably one of the best actors of all time. He was a treasure of a person and was a gem of his career. Probably one of my idols. Fantastic actor. Mrs. Doubtfire, Aladdin, Jumanji, Hook. It surgically removed half of my heart learning his death/suicide. He’s such an inspiration to me. But it also opened me up to the struggles and overwhelm of being big. It can drain you, it can judge you, it can beat the snot out of you. He’s such an a saint, too. He was such a great man. My heart will forever go out to his daughter, Zelda and the whole Williams family. He touched me, personally like no actor has done. Ever. But I know his legacy will be the greatest shining star of the galaxy. Thank you, Mr. Williams. :) And thank you Chris for making this video. :)

  • Mera Amber
    Mera Amber 3 months ago

    Its been 5 years dang!

  • ThePizzaGamer21
    ThePizzaGamer21 3 months ago

    I watched Jumanji soo many times when I was a kid

  • Sarcastic Maruf & Company

    Love You ❤

  • Nate DS
    Nate DS 3 months ago

    Well that’s a bit depressing.

  • EddieMachetti
    EddieMachetti 3 months ago

    I remember the rain that day...I heard the news and just sat on my porch and stared out into the rain. One of the few celebrity deaths that really got to me. Like I had lost a family member.

  • ibrahim mohammed
    ibrahim mohammed 3 months ago

    He affected our lives very positively

  • That guy you thought you knew once

    I just watched Good Will Hunting for the first time. My first Robin Williams movie. I know understand what it was like for everyone back in 2013. RIP legend

  • Matthew Waddell
    Matthew Waddell 4 months ago

    Rock on man. Speak the truth. We all miss him

  • CannonBallDotCom
    CannonBallDotCom 4 months ago

    What kind of person dislikes a video like this?

  • Gomez
    Gomez 4 months ago

    Thanks for this Chris. I want you to keep up the good work man, I love your reviews!

  • farrbongaming
    farrbongaming 4 months ago

    Great video

  • Riley Murray
    Riley Murray 4 months ago

    Thats a sad backstory

  • David Lam
    David Lam 4 months ago +2

    The best tribute ever to Robin Williams.

  • SPZ Max
    SPZ Max 4 months ago +2

    We love you Chris. I just saw that movie, very profound.

  • EH STUDIOs
    EH STUDIOs 4 months ago +2

    I had the chance to meet him

  • Seth Sterner
    Seth Sterner 5 months ago +2

    Wow...I’m seeing this in 2019 and I’m crying. That day hit me hard as well. Thank you for everything you’ve said to a truly fallen titan of cinema

    • Disney65Fan
      Disney65Fan 4 months ago

      True. It's 5 years in August this year and I still can't believe that his gone. Him,Eddie Murphy and Jim Carrey are my top 3 favourite comedians of all time. All 3 made me laugh out loud.
      RIP Robin Williams.
      It was the Lewys Body Dementia that drove him to his suicide in the end. He didn't want to die but he didn't want to be a burden either as his condition would get worse and worse and he wouldn't remember who he would be as his memory will be deteriorating and he would waste away to nothing.

  • Remington Lewis
    Remington Lewis 5 months ago

    Dude, I can't imagine you being 6'4 weird.

  • Studio World
    Studio World 5 months ago +1

    I feel moved honestly I’m crying. I’m not a teary person. Robin Williams was such a great man. Right now in life (school) , I’m being called nerd, stupid, idiot, stick arms geek, etc. (yes I’m a geek)People are telling rumors and false claims about me. I was really down. Filmmaking and Robin Williams would always put a smile on my face. Thanks Chris for making this video.

  • Ben V
    Ben V 5 months ago +1

    Thank you for your openness and vulnerability, this is something I really needed.

  • Metalgear SolidSnake
    Metalgear SolidSnake 5 months ago +1

    DId Robin Williams lose somebody lately? I was just thinking of the movie "What Dreams May Come" ...............................
    Great actor he will be missed.

  • Endgame Is Bad
    Endgame Is Bad 5 months ago +4

    I’m gonna give Robin Williams an A+

  • Stacy Hurt
    Stacy Hurt 5 months ago

    What Dreams May Come. He is a human that truly diminished the whole world when he went on ahead.

  • marie stella uy
    marie stella uy 5 months ago

    The movie of him who got a hard effect on me is Bicentenial man.

  • James Kevin Foley
    James Kevin Foley 5 months ago

    God Bless.

  • Daniel Juliano
    Daniel Juliano 5 months ago

    He´s a king. He´s a smile. He´s a brain. And a voice. Who is it? Chris Stuckmann.

  • Justin Blystone
    Justin Blystone 6 months ago +2

    If it weren't for Robin Williams, I wouldn't be the guy I am. I remember watching Jumanji and loving it. And his opening song in Mrs. Doubtfire got my love for music up another notch. He was a great man, a guy who I felt was my on-screen best friend. We love you Robin. RIP

  • Captain Marvel Wilson
    Captain Marvel Wilson 6 months ago +1

    What about Dead Poets Society? Where he plays an English teacher who went beyond the conformities of prep school and encouraged students to make their lives better.

  • Mr P Film Review
    Mr P Film Review 6 months ago

    Chris stuckmann a truly wonderful video, lovely words

  • Cole Nesper
    Cole Nesper 6 months ago

    Thank you and god bless you Robin Williams you where and inspirational human being and had a profound impact on me and to millions we all love and miss you great tribute video

  • Rikard Stromberg
    Rikard Stromberg 7 months ago

    Thank you.

  • Beard Tech
    Beard Tech 7 months ago +1

    I watched Insomnia over and over again as a teenager and in high school. It's stunningly good. And Robin's best villain performance ever...

  • Drew Gordon
    Drew Gordon 7 months ago

    Chris you are the best

  • F. G. V.
    F. G. V. 7 months ago +1

    I saw you for the first time in NC's Rogue One review. I'm sorry you went through what you went through, Chris. You seem to be a gentle soul with a warm heart and youthful glee that will never age. Stay real, homie. Keep up the great work. I'm thankful for your entertaining and thoughtful channel. Peace!

  • Internet Pedestrian
    Internet Pedestrian 7 months ago +1

    R.I.P.

  • Janet Chambers
    Janet Chambers 7 months ago +1

    another 1 of robin willams i fell in love with is flubber it was so funny

  • Cailean Campbell
    Cailean Campbell 7 months ago +1

    Mrs doubtfire

  • Jordan Sullivan
    Jordan Sullivan 7 months ago +1

    This is a beautiful tribute, Chris. I was really brought to tears when you talked about the scene from Good Will Hunting. When you started talking about guilt, I knew exactly what scene you were talking about, because it really touched me as well.

  • DRAMA LAMA
    DRAMA LAMA 8 months ago +1

    YOU'RE 6.4 !!##

  • Caleb Pobst
    Caleb Pobst 8 months ago +1

    I don’t know if you read comments from past videos but, this video from all your other videos, has literally gave me chills and has made me cry. I’ve been watching your videos for quite awhile now and just watching you explain half of your story and explain how much one man, such an amazing actor and the most sweetest personality that I’ve ever seen on screen, has impacted your life was just really awe inspiring and just amazing. I’ve lost my mother, sister, grandma, and cousin. I’ve felt so much guilt for not seeing them more often, helping them more often, and just being there for them more often. I still do fill this guilt until this day and after watching this video, I feel that I shouldn’t feel that way anymore and I should just remember all the good memories that we all had and just try to go on through life as brave as I can be. Thank you so much for making an impact on my life, Chris. You’ll never know how much that means to me. Thank you for everything that you do and reviewing film in the most fantasticly respectful way ever! Keep doing what you do and never stop!
    R.I.P. Robin Williams

  • Rocky Dutchted
    Rocky Dutchted 8 months ago +1

    Good morning vietnam. The way he takes on his superiors to bring the true news and Rock and Roll to the soldiers, helped creating my rebellious spirit and my love for bringing rock and roll to the people.

  • Brady Terry
    Brady Terry 8 months ago

    I recently watched Good Will Hunting and oh my gosh it was phenomenal

  • April Cost
    April Cost 8 months ago +1

    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. ❤️

  • YOUR GOD
    YOUR GOD 8 months ago

    Needs one for Stan Lee.

  • ashish saini
    ashish saini 8 months ago

    Loves this guy to death

  • FMF Productions
    FMF Productions 8 months ago

    Rip

  • Ben McDonald
    Ben McDonald 8 months 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 8 months ago +1

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

  • ARC TWENTY SIX
    ARC TWENTY SIX 8 months 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 9 months ago +1

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

  • Alex Sanders
    Alex Sanders 9 months ago +1

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

  • lotrgirl27
    lotrgirl27 9 months 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 9 months ago +1

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

  • The Film Buff
    The Film Buff 9 months ago +3

    We love you Chris. Thank you for sharing this.

  • Jack Ryan
    Jack Ryan 9 months 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 9 months ago +1

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

  • TheDatok90
    TheDatok90 9 months ago

    2018 and I'm still sad

  • Proc of the Dawn
    Proc of the Dawn 9 months 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 9 months ago

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

  • Karla Straight
    Karla Straight 9 months 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 9 months ago

    Robin will be missed deeply forever

  • walker grimes
    walker grimes 9 months ago

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

  • fgdj2000
    fgdj2000 9 months 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 9 months 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 10 months 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