Viewer reaction and critic reviews are in on Robin Williams’ documentary titled, Robin Williams:  Come Inside My Mind.  

The documentary was released several days before what would have been the comedian’s 67th birthday. The New York Times describes the documentary as a “straightforward, conventionally assembled documentary biography of an eccentric, decidedly idiosyncratic comedian and actor. At times that’s a limitation, but overall it’s a good thing. Simply watching Williams in action is probably more interesting than any concerted effort to get inside his head or dissect or approximate his method.”

At nearly two hours, “Come Inside My Mind” offers a glimpse into Williams’ psyche via footage and audio clips; it will make you laugh and it will also make you cry.

The documentary premiered on Monday, July 16th; however, if you get to catch a second run, we recommend that you watch.