Glad to see the mermaids and time travel made top five.
I can not speak to how incredible Robin Williams as so many others can. I can’t even imagine how much he has done to me and to influence my acting. Growing up watching Aladdin over and over just to memorize “Friend Like Me”, watching Jumanji on all the family car rides, being introduced to the Birdcage in high school by my girlfriend, these are just a few of my favorites moments with Robin Williams. His story is a tragedy and what’s all the more disappointing is that his death was the first I heard of his depression. The way we approach anything of the sort is to romanticize the problem, or push it under a rug, but his death is no place to pull out a soap box.
I’ll simply repeat the one of the first things my clowning teacher taught us, and that is: Sometimes the funniest clowns, are the saddest ones.
Here’s a video I made of a vacation I went on in Disneyland a month ago while on vacation now in Chelan Washington.
-Anti Demon Charm
-One Ring Elvish Around a Bicep
-The Disney Castle
-The last panel of Calvin and Hobbes where they’re sledding away with the quote of Calvin saying “It’s a Magical World Hobbes Ol’ buddy… Let’s go exploring!”