After Good Morning Vietnam and Dead Poet's Society at the end of the 1980s Robin Williams presented himself as a unique actor with the ability to play characters who mix comedy and the serious of subject matters.
This repeated itself in a very active and varied career in the 90s with enough success stories to forgive some of the less than praise-worthy performances.
From a memorable performance in Mrs. Doubtfire to Good Will Hunting, even as the genie in Aladdin, Williams was worthy of praise.
What happened in this past decade? The bright spots were his respectable creepy performance in One Hour Photo and Teddy Roosevelt in Night at the Museum.
Hardly the bright shining resume that previously included roles in The Fisher King, Hamlet & Hook.
I have a lot of favorite Robin William's roles, but not a single one from this past decade.