The Angriest Man in Brooklyn (2014)

Directed By – Phil Alden Robinson

Screenplay By – Daniel Taplitz

Cinematography By – John Bailey

Starring Robin Williams, Mila Kunis & Peter Dinklage

83 min.

The Angriest Man in Brooklyn is not a good movie but it has Robin Williams and any content, new or old, good or bad with Robin is joyful to watch. Robin gives a monologue at the 45 minute mark that brings tears to your eyes as he talks about life, death, love, hatred, and regrets as a man who only has a few more moments left to live. If it wasn’t so close to real life it might not be as moving but we can’t change reality and this monologue will always be impactful.

God Bless America

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