Robin Williams

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  • Robin Williams slayed a chat show like no one else

    TV Video | Ed Williamson | 12th August 2014

    If you've got a spare half-hour, here's two Letterman appearances, 22 years apart. I haven't laughed so much in weeks.

  • That's easy for you to say McFerrin, you happy-clappy prick (*sobs*)

    Movie Feature | Ali Gray | 12th August 2014

    Bye, Robin. You always made it easier to be happy.

  • 10 possible plots for the Mrs Doubtfire sequel

    Movie Feature | Ali Gray | 17th April 2014

    It's the news literally three of us have been waiting for: Mrs Doubtfire is finally getting a sequel, 21 years after the original terrified an entire generation. Join me as I speculate on the various different directions returning director Chris Columbus can take Mrs Doubtfire 2.

  • Films on TV round-up: CLEVER PEOPLE GO NUTS: THE PROOF

    TV Feature | Ed Williamson | 21st August 2011

    For no reason other than my own amusement, this week's films on TV round-up is written in the style of The Sun.

  • Licence To Wed

    Movie Review | Ali | 12th August 2007

    Fellas, I'm sorry - I got totally pussy-whipped. When you spend the summer watching robots kick the crap out of each other and Bruce Willis fighting jet planes, then you've got to pencil in a little time for the ladies. Romantic comedies are necessary evils for boys - you turn up at the girlfriend's request, zone out for an hour...

  • Night At The Museum

    Movie Review | Ali | 28th December 2006

    Boxing day; not a day traditionally associated with boxing by any means, or indeed any physical activity of the sort. No, in my borough, the day after Christmas is spent slumped on the sofa, consuming whatever's left of the family's confectionary, picking ones arse, and, if you're feeling especially adventurous, keeping the eye...

  • Robots

    Movie Review | Ali | 24th March 2005

    Everything has its place. There's a hierarchy at work here people. This is how it goes: Cowboys < Pirates < Ninjas < Robots < Monkeys. It's long been written that this is the order of the known universe; the rules shall never be broken and never questioned. You can probably name a thousand cowboy films, likewise pirate pictu...