Blog: World’s Greatest Dad (2009) – A Quick Capsule Review

Blog: World’s Greatest Dad (2009) – A Quick Capsule Review

Phil’s Quick Capsule Review:
Damn. There’s nothing like watching a career best performance to make you REALLy realise how you are going to miss someone.  It’s hard to watch a Robin Williams  film now with no degree of post death hyperbole or cushioned, romantic, teary eyes critical love.  The sadness of his passing make sit almost impossible.  Yet beyond all this, his performance here is nothing short of excellent. Touching, heart breaking and fragile, Williams gives a more nuanced performance that his more audience friendly roles he will be remembered for. Which is a shame as World’s Greatest Dad could well be his most intimate look into himself, into Robin Williams the flawed genius.  Watch for Williams but stay for the really rather exellant film he’s part of.

Best Bit: Robin Williams

Buy, Rent, Stream, Borrow: Buy

If You Liked this Try: God Bless America, Good Will Hunting, One Hour Photo


Author: Phil Hobden

Quick Review