Nerlens Noel talks about Jumanji an hour before news about Robin Williams’ death
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TMZ caught up with the 76ers Nerlens Noel at Rucker Park and asked him what was the last movie that made him cry and what was on his DVR. Noel mentioned the 1995 film Jumanji starring the great Robin Williams. What made the timing of this so eerie is this interview happened about a hour before the news broke about Robin Williams’ death.
I’m sure you are going to be reading or hearing enough about Williams death today but in honor of one of the best comedians and dramatic actors of all-time, here’s my personal top 10 favorite (not best) films from Robin Williams’ impressive portfolio.
- Good Will Hunting
- Deconstructing Harry
- One Hour Photo
- Good Morning Vietnam
- Fisher King
- Mrs Doubtfire
- Nine Months
- Dead Poets Society