Robin Williams Was at His Finest in One of Last Movies Before Death

9/3/2014 5:00 AM PDT, by Sarah Taylor

Warning: the above clip contains profanity -- hilarious profanity in the way only Robin Williams could pull off. Enjoy!

In one of Robin Williams' final films before his untimely death, he played a role in a movie called "The Angriest Man in Brooklyn," and you wouldn't have known from his stellar, hilarious performance that he was anything but one of the most the talented, on-point, genuine, and seemingly together men in Hollywood. 

The movie's no "Hook" or "Mrs. Doubtfire," but we realize that you probably gathered that from the movie's title that it wasn't going to be a family feel-good movie that Williams, in addition to some of his dark comedy, was also known for. 

Enjoy it -- it's Robin at his most versatile finest. 

Filed Under:  Robin Williams , Photos , RIP

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635 days ago

You should probably warn people if they see the whole movie, they are in for a good cry, especially with Robin being gone. Very good movie, I enjoyed it.

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