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Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind (2018) Official Trailer | HBO

  • Published on Jun 7, 2018
  • An intimate look into the life and work of Robin Williams, the master of stage and comedy. "You're only given a little spark of madness and if you lose that, you're nothing."
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Comments • 861

  • adamyaw
    adamyaw Month ago +1

    I will say..... whoever made this documentary did a FANTASTIC job!!!!!! The way it’s edited when Robin is almost telling his own story from context taken from all of his interviews movies etc. Truly a One of a kind man!!

  • First order152
    First order152 2 months ago

    This taught us a lesson to move forward and stay happy and focus on God.

  • Mike Money
    Mike Money 3 months ago

    Robin u should have never killed yourself... You deserved better my friend.

  • Aldoplous
    Aldoplous 3 months ago

    What is the instrumental played at 1:10 and so on

  • marco avila
    marco avila 4 months ago

    One of the best actors

  • Hannah Banana
    Hannah Banana 4 months ago

    I'm not ready to see it yet

  • CadillacJak
    CadillacJak 4 months ago

    Words can't describe how big of an impact this man had on my life and millions more people like me. Robin Williams was my whole childhood, he was there during my teenage years and was there in my adult life. So many magical moments it breaks my heart he's gone

  • Avishag Kelhamer
    Avishag Kelhamer 4 months ago

    I watched it the other day and it's miraculous. You made him honored and I thank you for that, he deserves to be. He was and still is my favorite actor of all times and I have so much respect for this man. He was a light in my life and I still can't recover from his death. I hate to know he wasn't happy, that he felt he wasn't succeeding. This man deserves the world. I hope he found peace in Heaven. Goodnight Robin.

  • cristina colun gomez
    cristina colun gomez 4 months ago

    Jamas superaré su muerte 😔

  • Baka Senpai
    Baka Senpai 4 months ago

    RIP dude

  • Kevin Caudill
    Kevin Caudill 4 months ago

    Anyone know the song playing at 1:32?

  • Baddriversoz
    Baddriversoz 4 months ago +1

    We are all, (& the world) LESS for his loss! A 1 of a kind talent!

    PERU ROCKS 4 months ago

    We still miss him... THANKS A LOT HBO!!!

  • starlight992
    starlight992 4 months ago

    WOW. I miss him a lot.

  • meanmrmustang
    meanmrmustang 4 months ago

    what a wonderful way to loose a couple of hours. you are missed by many Mr Williams

  • ricky4001cs
    ricky4001cs 4 months ago +1

    You know, a lot of stuff that makes it onto film is just mild rubbish. Comer, or gain, no loss. But THIS film, I will SEE~ Loved that guy, and I never even met person. Glad to have made that connection. Robin Williams left a permanent little twinkle in the eye of every single human being ever he entertained, one way, or another. Live on my man, live on.

  • Rory Scottish
    Rory Scottish 4 months ago

    The greatest comedian of all time

  • Lori Wise
    Lori Wise 4 months ago

    RIP My Darling...Miss You

  • Derek Lyons
    Derek Lyons 4 months ago

    I miss this genius of Comedy RIP Robin xxx

  • MrSmurt316
    MrSmurt316 4 months ago +1

    As a child growing up i was brought up watchin Robin in Mork and Mindy and from there i was hooked on him, in later life as he transitioned into film i watched in awe as he made me smile, cry and laugh so loud my sides hurt. When this amazing man passed away i mourned his death very hard, like i'd lost a close family member as i came to realise this funny tallented man had gone from my life and never to return. For days afterwards just the mere thought of him, a video or a meme and i would break down in tears. I have suffered with depression for a long time and watching Robin helped me in some of my darkest times, his stand up would make me smile through my tears and remind me there is happiness in the world and it wasn't all doom n gloom.. I miss this guy more each year and i cannot wait to introduce my young daughter to the guy who inspires me to make others laugh around me who are feeling down.. R.I.P funny man, miss you loads xx

  • Noel Dávila
    Noel Dávila 4 months ago +1

    This trailer makes my heart ache.
    Looking forward to watching this documentary.

  • New Age Horror
    New Age Horror 4 months ago +1

    The 113 dislikes are really bad people that never laugh or have sex.

  • Jenny Finkelstein
    Jenny Finkelstein 4 months ago

    Has anyone EVER laughed at a Robin Williams perfirmance? No, I think not. He is possibly a fairly nixe enough fellow but not a funny at all.

  • jose tellez
    jose tellez 4 months ago +1

    Hi 👋 everyone

  • Kit Havok
    Kit Havok 4 months ago

    All that's going through my mind is someone better bubble-wrap Bill Murray...… immediately :D

  • 2Bdiscovered
    2Bdiscovered 4 months ago +2


  • A i
    A i 5 months ago

    Would like to have met him personally. RIP Robin.

  • gildo caruso
    gildo caruso 5 months ago

    Is this on hbo now?

  • Steve Starr
    Steve Starr 5 months ago +1

    Man, I miss him. I must see this.

  • Vanessa Nesener
    Vanessa Nesener 5 months ago +1

    Happy birthday, Robin ❤

  • TrashPanda 365
    TrashPanda 365 5 months ago

    Why do the demons always take the best souls?

  • Bob Dobalina
    Bob Dobalina 5 months ago

    song at the end?

  • Mongoloid Mike
    Mongoloid Mike 5 months ago

    Thanks for the childhood memories rest up brother

  • Miguel Ark777
    Miguel Ark777 5 months ago

    My favourite comedian actor. I'm not a fan of comedy really, but Robin was more then a comedian - he was a Hero to the depressed.

  • ternitamas
    ternitamas 5 months ago +1

    such a loveable person! In general most comedians hold a tear inside their heart.

  • 4Singrz1Family
    4Singrz1Family 5 months ago

    I want to see it, but I'm afraid to see it. The loss of his incredible insight into human nature is still painful. I pray this documentary will speak to all who are hiding beneath the same layers of uncertainty, and also to those who would sit in let them know that this is a widespread thing shared by so many modern, artistic geniuses, and that many of the gifted people who make us laugh, draw us in, and spend their energy entertaining us, aren't so much laughing on the inside.

  • Frank Mehrer
    Frank Mehrer 5 months ago +1

    I miss him and heath ledgar such amazing actors So sadd

  • der22672
    der22672 5 months ago +2

    My husband and I watched this for the first time last night and we were just enthralled from beginning to end. I was a teenager back in the mid to late '70s when Robin and several comedians were being discovered in that era. But there was something about Robin Williams that others couldn't compete. I was a huge fan of Happy Days so yes that of course was when I really discovered him like a lot of people did. Then Mork and Mindy came along. Watched that as well. Then my husband and I (my boyfriend at the time), in 1986 after we graduated from college we moved to NYC and as a birthday present he got us tickets to see Robin at the MET. It's an experience to this day we will never forget. We were just sooooo sad when he died. A lifelong fan.

  • Vincent Landson
    Vincent Landson 5 months ago +1

    I've always has that feeling knowing he's dead that every movie I watch makes me feel he is still alive

  • awais sh
    awais sh 5 months ago

    Who remember bird cage

  • Zuly casarez
    Zuly casarez 5 months ago

    This made me cry I loved him so much and I hope he is happer up there love u 😓😓😢😢😢💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜😗😗😗😗😗😚😚😗😗😚

  • Ya-hooAoba
    Ya-hooAoba 5 months ago

    I was pretty heartbroken watching this trailer, I don't think I could make it through the movie. It hits a little too close to home.

  • Christian Tracey
    Christian Tracey 5 months ago

    RIP Robin Williams. We miss you so much

  • Monex 5
    Monex 5 5 months ago +1

    I know I'm gonna cry when I watch this. And I'm going to watch. Just have to make sure I'm ready.. What a singular force of nature he was.. Kind, gentle, compassionate and brilliant. With demons.. He was human. And he let us see it. I still miss him..

  • 91evangeline
    91evangeline 5 months ago

    When does this come out?

  • Brian Love
    Brian Love 5 months ago

    being with my family rushing home to watch robin williams .then spending the next 4 days laughing about it .truth is i cry every time see him

  • Gangus Khan
    Gangus Khan 5 months ago +1

    Don't forget this is the guy that w/ a little help from his friends and Apple paying for a live Commercial Reading of 'Dead Poet's Society'..... instead of ripping a clip and claiming it as Fair Use.... instead of at least paying him some residual income on that. Instead they stole the claim and the industry let Apple get away with it, when he needed the money most. When you have this much talent in your pinky finger like Robin Williams.... you deserve to be paid for what you do. Instead... Apple ripped Robin Williams off...... and they didn't even care about it. Want to know who I blame for Robin's death? A GREEDY LIBERAL COMPANY NOW LIVING IN A DONUT HEADQUARTERS....... CrApple!!!!

    RPDBY 5 months ago

    where can i watch full documentary?

  • Steve Donaghey
    Steve Donaghey 5 months ago

    A genuine man.

  • CreativeToMakeup
    CreativeToMakeup 5 months ago

    Some of the most hurt people are the ones that make other people happy. I find that so interesting . Be kind to others.

  • Grace Duff
    Grace Duff 5 months ago

    I cried watching this, I still miss him 😢😭

  • Hunter Riley
    Hunter Riley 5 months ago


  • Esdras Islas
    Esdras Islas 5 months ago


  • T. O.
    T. O. 5 months ago

    Oh Robin, my Robin

  • Hanzel Bryan Enriquez
    Hanzel Bryan Enriquez 5 months ago

    favorites from him are patch adams, aladdin, mrs doubtfire, hook, flubber.

  • Jennifer Regan Stetler
    Jennifer Regan Stetler 5 months ago

    It's coming on at 4:30 here. I have my reminder set. I still am not use to saying 'was' when speaking of him. Perhaps, I never will be. I don't want to be...

  • Sarina Belcore
    Sarina Belcore 5 months ago +1

    I feel you don't need to know someone personally in order to miss them when they die. When a celebrity dies people always say 'you can't miss someone you never knew' well if you grow up watching them & know they mad a big difference in the world by helping others I feel its different. Like Robin Williams for example. He helped & made a difference in so many lives. It's not how these people died that makes you miss them, it's how they lived & the difference they made

  • Shavonna Butler
    Shavonna Butler 5 months ago

    This is going to make me cry. I can already feel it

  • István Regös
    István Regös 5 months ago

    Irreplacable. A gift to mankind.

  • cimino39
    cimino39 5 months ago

    Miss him every day. He represented mind freedom, genius, depth. He was my Peter Pan
    It hurt me a lot when he left us

  • 7mandoblu
    7mandoblu 5 months ago +1

    This movie, along with the Whitney Houston documentary, is a movie I can't get myself to watch. They both were the only two celebrities whose deaths made me cry for days. Both childhood heroes of mine.

    • seamac206
      seamac206 5 months ago

      7mandoblu it's very well done but you'd probably have to turn it off half an hour before it's over

  • Joe Smith
    Joe Smith 5 months ago

    The greatest comedic actor of all time.

  • nwsurfrider
    nwsurfrider 5 months ago

    Most celebrity passings don't faze me too much - it's sad, and you may reflect, but you go on with your day. When I heard the news about Robin, it made me stop in my tracks and I went numb. Going back to "Mork and Mindy" I had lost a voice I grew up with. Such a funny and talented man, very uniquely his own, he will be missed.

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    Thegoldenfilmz 5 months ago


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    Renison Pereira 5 months ago


  • godzillarex888
    godzillarex888 5 months ago +2

    Just saw it on hbo...
    It's beautiful and I am not affraid to admit that it even managed to make cry sometimes
    Really anyone should watch it

  • antdude
    antdude 5 months ago +2

    So, how was this documentary since it was aired last night?

    • antdude
      antdude 5 months ago +1

      Is it me or did they not show and mention Bicentennial Man movie?

    • seamac206
      seamac206 5 months ago +1

      antdude my favorite part is the ppl they get to talk about him

    • antdude
      antdude 5 months ago +2

      I am only 1/4th done (got to Mork and Mindy) part, but loving it. Wow, lots of cussings, flipping birds, behind the scenes, etc. So many uncensored scenes! No wonder it was rated MA! ;)

    • antdude
      antdude 5 months ago +1

      Aren't those BTS clips already on the Internet?

    • seamac206
      seamac206 5 months ago +2

      antdude dude, they show outtakes from Mork & Mindy where Robin was making all kinds of obscene jokes and cursing. Seeing that alone is worth it.

  • Erica Sheffield
    Erica Sheffield 5 months ago

    What a tragedy 😢

  • Stan Solomonson
    Stan Solomonson 5 months ago

    Knew Robin pre-fame as a busboy at the Trident in Sausalito and kept connecting in SoCal, Tahoe, etc on occasion. One day rollerskating in Venice introduced him to my lady actress friend who immediately went for the jugular and said" you don't act with who you really are", and that stopped the lighthearted moment to a reflective admission by him, confirming a belated "yes, I know". Maybe that ability to be an always ephemeral character/ comedian eventually results in a break with one's "really are ness". But we've all been in the suicide corner and managed to sneak out, hopefully on firm footing. Hopefully he's entertaining the crew in heaven or some Bardo plane in between.

  • Spookis Ghostly
    Spookis Ghostly 5 months ago

    I understand why he was a comedian because he felt if I can't make myself happy I'll make others happy it was also a way of hiding himself from the ones around him

  • David L.
    David L. 5 months ago +1

    The place where you come to see tits and hear curse words...commercial free, of course. Apparently, Christians don't have a problem with sinning if you're rich.
    I think Robin would appreciate that joke.

  • Gene Dexter
    Gene Dexter 5 months ago

    104 of you don’t get it.

  • anuier
    anuier 5 months ago

    thank you for all of the memories, robin.
    thank you for giving me my unique voice and my inspiration to act.
    thank you, my captain, for allowing me to finally sound my yawp over the rooftops of the world.
    words will never describe the affection and gratitude that i have for you.
    i love you, fly high.

  • Sohaib Qazi
    Sohaib Qazi 5 months ago

    Robin and miyamoto were like best friends from what I heard also considering that Robin named his daughter Zelda I hope they talk about that.
    Rest in peace Robin Williams

  • Matthew Triolo
    Matthew Triolo 5 months ago

    Uncle Robin

  • skyline bright
    skyline bright 5 months ago +1

    I miss him everyday, he was a true comic genius with a big heart who loved to make people laugh on stage. Robin will forever be remembered

  • Lisa O'Toole
    Lisa O'Toole 5 months ago

    0:39 he's making Fonzie laugh

  • Ethan Manning
    Ethan Manning 5 months ago

    My idol

  • Spleffy Dawkins
    Spleffy Dawkins 5 months ago

    Excited, true legend

  • James Gaine
    James Gaine 5 months ago +2

    My Father was his stage manager on Broadway before he did the movie Popeye.

  • Julie Newman
    Julie Newman 5 months ago +3

    We need to do more to help people with depression. Depression is a silent disease.

  • matan kaynar
    matan kaynar 5 months ago

    One miserable man

  • Alec Fulayter
    Alec Fulayter 5 months ago +1

    I already know this documentary is going to make me cry

  • GOP71
    GOP71 5 months ago

    There are two deaths that still resonate with me, even to the point of near-tears.
    Prince and Robin Williams.
    A song by Prince can come on the radio and I luxuriate in it then feel like I've lost a part of me.
    A Robin Williams comedic clip is shown and I laugh like a dry land receives rain - then I just feel like my heart has been ripped out when I think that he's gone.

  • Alan MacFarlane
    Alan MacFarlane 5 months ago

    When you hate your Dad will have divorces, affairs and dead children for a future. When you hate your Mom you will be an addict. This will continue until you change what is going on in your Body .. your Muscle Memory as this problem and the fix for it is not in your brain .. but in your body.
    It is easy to fix just a corker to get it done .. more money you have .. less you want to do it.
    sumbuddie wear blind sea

  • Jacquelyn
    Jacquelyn 5 months ago

    I listened to the book on his life and that was really eye opening ❤ what an awesome man!

  • Salvador Martinez
    Salvador Martinez 5 months ago

    Tears 😢

  • Matt Daglia
    Matt Daglia 5 months ago +1

    Robins not dead guys, he's just bein silly.

  • Benjamin Glassco
    Benjamin Glassco 5 months ago +1

    For such an iconic man, and such a long-awaited documentary...this trailer leaves much to be desired. It's presented almost as some hokey, run-of-the-mill memorial film. Robin Williams was the brightest star of this generation, I hope the film turns out better than this lazy, disappointing precursor.

  • vegeta red
    vegeta red 5 months ago

    "Oh captain ; my captain" Robin u r an inspiration to me. U will live in me

  • Peter Sullivan
    Peter Sullivan 5 months ago

    Robin Williams is my favorite comedian, hands down! I felt his style was the perfect combination of funny and serious when he needed to be. I am sad that I was never able to meet him.
    In some way, I have a hard time believing he is actually dead. I believe he faked his death and then returned to Neverland as Peter Pan, watching over the Lost Boys.

  • carolyn vasquez
    carolyn vasquez 5 months ago

    Miss him immensely

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    Mihajlo Tatic 5 months ago


  • Art Sloan
    Art Sloan 5 months ago

    Suicide is a crime against our Lord. He’s now burning in the lake of fire.

  • FullmetalandtheFlame
    FullmetalandtheFlame 5 months ago

    Oh captain, my captain.

  • Irish Rebel
    Irish Rebel 5 months ago

    The one person that changed my life and I never got to meet him

  • Zoz zezo
    Zoz zezo 5 months ago +1

    i teared the second i heard his voice

  • Firebourn94
    Firebourn94 5 months ago

    How do I get an HBO subscription for a day

  • sparsha02kd
    sparsha02kd 5 months ago +1

    Robin Williams is one of those people whom I never really knew personally (Carrie Fisher being the other) but end up crying for when I remember they're not here with us anymore. I grew up watching Jumanji, Aladdin, Mrs. Doubtfire and god knows that I still watch Good Will Hunting every damn chance that I get to. He is one of the main reasons I'm still going on despite being sick for a long time. And I wouldn't be lying if I said I cried while watching this clip. He was a lot more than just an actor or comedian. He will forever be missed.