I would have to say, I would never have ranked Williams in my top ten film actors and probably wouldn't have any of his movies in my list of top ten films, but I have enjoyed watching him over the years in a variety of roles. Most of the following couple of days, I couldn't stop thinking of him on and off and felt immeasurably sad for both him and his family. The weekend after the news we watched four of his films, a couple new-to-me and a couple of oldies including Mrs Doubtfire!
There's a couple more I want to track down and re-watch - Good Morning Vietnam and Dead Poet's Society, both of which I enjoyed when watched many years ago. Maybe in September then.
We were away for the 3rd week in the month so didn't devote a lot of time to watching Italian television.
|Eventually watched the first episode of Fargo, loved it. All I need to do is find about 10 hours to watch the rest of it!|
|Not a big Leo fan, but I enjoyed this tale of greed and excess.|
|Part viewed - was enjoying it and fell asleep, will watch fully at some time in the future.|
|Horror film, initially seen a couple of years ago with my son at the cinema. Ok, good not great.|
|Part watched, had to go out before it finished. Ok, because I've seen it before, I prefer Steve Martin to Goldie. Loved him in a few family films - particularly Cheaper by the Dozen.|
|Always watchable, bless him.|
|First time viewed, really enjoyed it. Love Pacino, love Hilary, Williams wasn't shabby either.|
|Second time around for this, though I probably paid more attention this time. A great film, Bridges and Williams are both superb. Cheesy ending, but I loved it.|
|Wonder how many more times I will be seeing this one! Who cares, always raises a chuckle in our house.|
|First time for me - amazing, I loved everything about it and everyone in it. Matt Damon looks so young. I can see why Williams got his oscar for this - why have I never watched it before?|