Boulevard Official Trailer #1 (2015) – Robin Williams Movie HD

Boulevard Official Trailer #1 (2015) – Robin Williams Movie HD

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Boulevard Official Trailer #1 (2015) – Robin Williams Movie HD

This complex, life-affirming, and surprising film stars Robin Williams in his remarkable final performance. BOULEVARD follows a married but closeted 60 year-old bank employee (Williams) whose life changes in unexpected ways after recklessly picking up a young male hustler. Kathy Baker, Bob Odenkirk and up-and-comer Roberto Aguire costar.

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20 Responses

  1. Imagination Studios says:

    miss you robin thoughts and prayers are with your family.

  2. ThatGamerGuy says:

    He’s pulling some Tupac shit! Which isn’t a problem at all! Miss you Robin!

  3. welcome2mytruth says:

    I still celebrate his life by watching a movie of his every month. Love the
    man so much like many of us here. Such a huge talent that reached out to so
    many generations and one that will be missed but never forgotten.

  4. Kasper says:

    this really give me the feels :'( i have so many good memories of this guy
    and now he is gone… :(

  5. Shawn Somers says:

    You can see how passionate he was about being depressed in the movie, poor
    guy. Easy to act an emotion if you can truly relate to it in real life.
    One of the greats, gone too soon. RIP Robin Williams

  6. MsRadicalReviews says:

    “There’s always time to make a U-turn” … It’s a shame Robin just “got out
    of the car” so to speak… Such an incredibly talented man, it’s such a

  7. PooPooDingDong says:

    Looks bad. A shame.

  8. Wyatt Cote says:

    i knew robin williams faked his death and was actually alive this whole

  9. Sarah Freer says:

    its just hit me all over again, he is probs the first ‘famous’ person that
    hearing has passed, truly effected me. I don’t mean that anyone else’s
    lifie and then passed,was meaningless or whatever you may think… I just
    mean, seen as I grew up with Robin Williams being in pretty much every
    movie I loved as a kid and still do. That finding out he had passed away
    really got to me. I remember seeing it on facebook, and I had to check
    everywhere before I believed it. Then when it was true, I put Hook on. I
    think I might put a movie of his on now actually. RIP

  10. Drend says:

    There is gonna be ssssoooooo many tears.

  11. iC4rL says:

    The Oscars are coming… :)

  12. Jim Moreno says:

    #RobinWilliams #Boulevard 

  13. RarityGamer says:

    Bitter-sweet knowing his late roles drove his depression

  14. jessica galati says:

    Gone but never forgotten thanks to all of his wonderful movies. Love you
    forever, Robin.

  15. David Schoepf says:

    Will it be good enough to be his final performance?? (I’m still a bit
    pissed he killed himself.)

  16. Jc92wesd castillo says:

    How did he do this movie if he died?

  17. okokok32 says:

    This is beyond depressing

  18. Luke Whale says:

    this feels like a great way to say goodbye to a legend in his field.

  19. Finn Zigich says:


  20. Moonbeam says:

    If I go see this movie; I’m going to cry. A lot.