Robin's Wish


Action / Biography / Documentary

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 89%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 86%
IMDb Rating 7.3 10 1205

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Uploaded By: FREEMAN
September 09, 2020 at 02:53 AM



Shawn Levy as Self
Rick Overton as Self
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700.82 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 16 min
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English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 16 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by zkonedog 9 / 10

Stays On Topic And Is Ultimately Better For It

When making a documentary about Robin Williams, it is so easy for the proceedings to turn into little more of a "greatest hits" compilation, so to speak. Cut together some of his best film scenes, talk show appearances, and stand up routines, and that doc would get a 7/10 rating form me in perpetuity. But in order to add something original to the coverage of Williams' life, an outside-the-box topic must be picked and stuck to. That is exactly what "Robin's Wish" does and is ultimately a great doc because of it.

"Robin's Wish" is very focused on the final few months of Robin's life--where he was clearly in an odd mental decline--and then the post-death diagnosis of Lewy body dementia. Largely shepherded by his final wife Susan, the record gets set straight here that Williams did not die of depression or drug use. He had a medical condition that quite literally attacked his brain.

Though incredibly well put-together, this doc is often very difficult to watch, what with the knowledge now that Williams was struggling with a disease he never fully understood in life. For a man in which a quick brain was his stock-and-trade, it must have been devastating to be stripped out that and not understand why.

About the only reason I can't give "Robin's Wish" the full 10/10 ranking is because it lacks input from many of his closest family members. Unfortunately, I believe this is because Susan Williams is not looked upon fondly by certain family members and a division exists there. That being said, there are no sour grapes aired out here. It more just a "conspicuous absence" sort of deal.

Overall, though, this is a top-notch look at the last days of Robin Williams' life, and the type of legacy the diagnose of Lewy body disease may have on his future legacy. Though incredibly sad in spots, it is also inspiring in that Robin's robust life legacy can be used to help others battling similar brain ailments.

Reviewed by kenny-99158 10 / 10

Amazing documentary 10 stars

I don't usually write movie reviews. Absolutely loved it, never heard of Lewy Body Dementia . What a devastating disease, my dad died from alzimers so I can relate. Really explains what Robin his family and close friends went through. Puts to rest all the rumors the media spread. I actually met him once on his way to an event and he stopped took pictures and talked with everyone that asked. So yes he was really the guy you saw.

Reviewed by marmar-69780 7 / 10

Robins Wish

Robins Wish is a very good documentry that showed what happened to one of best persons that ever lived on this planet and how his life sadly ended.Im not gonna lie this was a hard thing to watch mostly because we were watching how Robin after he made so many people happy and to appriaciate their lifes more,that he had to suffer because of horrible desise.Story about him was shown in a very good way here and it put a even more respect from me towards him,sure this isnt different from any other documentry in a style but it doesnt need to be

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