Prophetic Dialogue


I am watching this film for the first time only a few days after Robin Williams took his own life. Did anyone else notice that Cuba Gooding Jr. appears in "heaven" and actually says to Robin Williams, "Who wants to be 63 for all of eternity?"

Apparently, Robin Williams...that's who.

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I don't remember the movie too well, but if that line's really in there, then holy crap, that is eerie!

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I am watching it now. I re-watched the scene just to make sure. It's there.

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Oh, Gawd....I wonder if that line went thru Robin's head when he was desperate?

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Let's hope not...lol

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lol??? Surely you're joking.

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He picked his time for his death. His future was very bleak, I know about the dementia he was facing. Maybe he did pick that age from the film. Who knows. Maybe there is a note that we do not know about. Thank goodness there is a record of his brilliance for us to enjoy.

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great post. seriously.

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I absolutely loved this film when it came out. Now..I can barely watch it..The whole plot is so scary and painful to watch now. For me I dream someday Ill see him again and he will be happy

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Agreed. Robin Williams suicide has really changed the mood of this movie. Now its too eerie and unbearable to watch

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As it turned out it wasn't dimentia http://www.neurology.org/content/87/13/1308.full He suffered a rare condition that they weren't able to diagnose.

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yikes
that's a tuff read


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as 2 the thread
so so so sad



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