Robin's Wish

Robin's Wish

By Tylor Norwood

  • Genre: Documentary
  • Release Date: 2020-09-01
  • Advisory Rating: NR
  • Runtime: 1h 16min
  • Director: Tylor Norwood
  • iTunes Price: USD 9.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 4.99
From 14 Ratings


Robin's Wish is the final word in the story of what really happened to Robin Williams at the end of his life, it reveals the beauty and power behind the mind of one of the greatest entertainers of all time.




  • So true

    By chaichicc
    It’s clear that the people who give this 1 star have never experienced a loved one devastated by Lewy Body. This is exactly what happens and what those closest experience as they try to support. I needed this. Thank you.
  • Too soon?

    By Armond Assante
    Robin, he left us hanging!😱
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    By Green Tee 🍡
  • I want you to save your Money Terrible

    By Rebel Grace
    When I decide to rent a movie I am thankful to those whom give honest negative opinions. So this is my chance to save someone else their money. It’s designed to make the grieving widow an opportunity to say I did my best and the the negative things said about me isn’t true. Mistakingly I thought this would scientifically more light on the disease that took his life and how to bring more awareness. I thought that might have been Robins family day wish. I want my money back
  • The minute I watched true trailer I cried

    By Gerbils4cats
    I miss Robin Williams so much. Not fair that he got dementia. Worst thing ever. He was amazing and hilarious and a great comedian and actor. Sad sad sad sad sad sad sad.
  • A little too much spin

    By jkthree
    A nice tribute to a great man. It was well worth the watch. However... It left me feeling unsettled. Its pretty easy to imagine that the man died lonely and depressed with no one to truely confide in. I think the story told here attempts to absolve those close to Robin who didnt see it coming. A little too much spin if you ask me.
  • Amazing!

    By Jednoreki
    Everyone should see this.
  • verty nice, and emotional, but...

    By Marciedr
    after seeing so many 5 star reviews i have to throw in a less enthusiastic one so poeple are not mislead and so they do not get their hopes up too much. yes, it's a comelling story and robin williams is truly one of the greatest actors and comedians who ever lived. in fact, some of his best roles were dramatic, not comedy. which is one of the best compliments you can ever give a comedian. that said, the movie was not done well. i blame the director and producers, not the concept or the subject. i am glad i saw it. and enourgage others to but i refuse to stand by and let the dozens of 5 star reviews go by undisputed or challenged. robin deserved better and more time and attention should have been interwoven to make things go from good to great to excellent. my opinion. which i am entitled to. thank you -
  • Terrific

    By oranges2889
    Brilliant documentary detailing Robin Williams’ hardships in his final years. This movie is full of heart, science, compelling stories, and striking behind-the-scenes footage. Reminds us that Robin Williams was a beautiful man, and we were lucky to experience his brilliance on earth. Succinct, uplifting, and informative β€” loved the cinematography and journalistic style.
  • Wonderful documentery, highly recommend

    By Annnnnnnnnnna1133
    This was a wonderful movie about Robin Williams and the undiagnosed illness that killed him. It was a touching story about the love he had for his wife and all the people in the world who laughed with him. I learned a lot and would recommend it to everyone!