Robin Williams Hates Everything, Including Mila Kunis, Peter Dinklage, and Melissa Leo
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Robin Williams Hates Everything, Including Mila Kunis, Peter Dinklage, and Melissa Leo

By Vivian Kane | Trailers | April 4, 2014 | Comments ()


In The Angriest Man In Brooklyn, Dr. Mila Kunis, for apparently no reason at all (except maybe something involving her cat), tells a very angry Robin Williams he has 90 minutes to live. Presumably, the movie is set in real time, and we then spend those 90 minutes watching him try to reconcile with his brother (the Dink) and bang his wife (Melissa Leo.)

This looks to be one of those battles between a great cast and super contrived dialogue and plot. Most movies don’t survive that fight, but then again most movies don’t have Dinklage on their side. This may be a real test of his powers.

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  • Lygeia

    It looks like something Kevin Spacey turned down.

  • kirbyjay

    Can anyone really hate Mila Kunis, Peter Dinklage and Melissa Leo?
    Seriously, what 3 actors do you hate? I don't mean personally but what actors do you hate to watch in a movie? Mine are John Travolta, Lindsay Lohan and SchwarzeneggarStalloneSeagal, (all 3 of the muscleheads added together makes one very bad actor). I find nothing believable in what any of them portray on the screen and it irritates the fuck out of me. Phonies.

  • Úlfarsdóttir fAssbender

    Gwyneth Paltrow, Kate Hudson and Cameron Diaz. They're all interchangeable and always play the same role. I don't understand their success. They all have one good movie though (Sliding Doors, Almost Famous, Being John Malkovich).

  • John G.

    With Dinklage on our side, who can be against us?

  • Stephen Nein

    I didn't hate that nearly as much as I should. Maybe it's because watching Robin Williams under an arbitrary death sentence is comforting.

  • Legally Insignificant

    While not the meatiest material, this looks like it could be good. Robin Williams is a hell of an actor when he wants to be, see: Two-Hour Photo, Insomnia, Dead Poets Society. I might not go to a theatre to see this, but it looks like a solid rainy-day movie.

  • lukebc

    Falling Down, The Comedy.

  • BWeaves

    So, they're Jewish? Or just Dinklage?

    Actually, I'm thrilled when Dinklage gets parts that aren't dwarf related.

    Actually, I'd watch this for Dinklage alone, because Williams drives me nuts.

    I used to love Mork and Mindy back in the day, but a little bit of Williams goes a long way. Also, I turned on the end of The Crazy Ones last night, in preparation for Elementary, and Pam Dawber is going to be on next week's The Crazy Ones.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    I think they're probably both Jewish,but Dinklage is a rabbi, based on where he appears to be working.

    I hope this is going for black comedy. I don't mind a conceit for black comedy. If it's going for touchy feely than bleah.

  • Naye

    Aww I likes the preview, I think i'll enjoy it. However, that's because I unfortunately know a couple people who hate all things, and I'd love to drag one of them this movie and say "look, you're gonna anger yourself to death!"

  • Judge_Snyder

    Directed by Phil Alden Robinson? Chances of quality just improved.

  • VonnegutSlut

    I agree in theory but what in the world has he been up to this last, what? Decade or so?

    He's been seriously MIA unless I'm wrong.

  • Judge_Snyder

    If this project was enough to tempt him out of whatever he's been doing it's an encouraging sign.

    Unless he's just been hit with a massive tax/alimony/boat payment bill.

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