Thursday, August 20, 2015
Short Thoughts on The Angriest Man in Brooklyn
Last month, I watched The Angriest Man in Brooklyn, and missed Robin Williams. Besides his stellar career in standup and Hollywood films, he was really good in indie dark comedies, like this one and World's Greatest Dad. He could downplay his star self to play ordinary characters in offbeat, smaller films, and really was a unique talent in standup and comedic and dramatic films. It wasn't a major story, more about appreciating life while getting to be angry about death at the same time. It was enjoyable and touching and interesting.