Good Will Hunting, in which the genius played a genius.

Yesterday we were heartbroken to learn we lost Mrs. Doubtfire, Genie, Mr. Keating, Dr. Sean Maguire, Peter Pan, Mork, and one of the most brilliant actors of the last couple decades, when Robin Williams took his own life. Williams left a hell of a cinematic legacy, so a couple spots in Brooklyn will be honoring him with free marathon screenings of his work.

Videology (308 Bedford Ave, Williamsburg) is currently showing Good Morning, Vietnam and will be showing other Robin Williams movies all day and possibly tomorrow. They told us they’re choosing movies as they go along, so if you have suggestions head over and help them pick.

Halyards (406 3rd Ave, Gowanus) will also be screening Williams films all day this Sunday, August 17. They haven’t announced what they’ll be showing yet, but it’s hard to go wrong when you’re selecting from his filmography.

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  1. Wow! That would be like the scene out of Clockwork Orange watching all those movies.
    Will they have chair restraints?

    Not for nothing but his schtick was tiresome and repetitive.
    Na-noo Na-noo.

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