World’s greatest dad. Review

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Why should you watch this movie? First of all because the main character is Robin Williams, who until now has won 1 Oscar, 54 wins and 67 nominations. What did you won? (the correct answer is nothing :D)

OK, so you can see the trailer below, watch it and then continue reading.

Here is the description:

When his son’s body is found in a humiliating accident, a lonely high school teacher inadvertently attracts an overwhelming amount of community and media attention after covering up the truth with a phony suicide note.

After watching it I decided to share with you a couple of thoughts. I got convinced to watch it like I said because of Robin Williams and because of the plot.

Here is the link to IMDB database of the movie. You can read more about it there.

As a “blogger” I wanted to learn something from this, and let me tell you that the whole movie was an inspiration for me.

I am not going to tell you more because I will start giving away scenes but I encourage you to watch if you are a blogger / writer or if you simply want to see a good movie.

The main idea of the film is about the fact that “you need a good context to start something”, you need a good story, and to bring up another good movie I have watched (i hope to make a review about it probably next time) called “Filantropica“.

Hope you feel the same about this movie, and don’t forget to leave a comment if you disagree or if you simply feel the need to say something :D.

And of-course i hope to create the promised post about “Filantropica“.

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