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Here Are Robin Williams’ 10 Most Underrated Performances

10. Deconstructing Harry (1997)

Williams’ only Woody Allen film is essentially a series of sketches in which Allen works out his demons. Williams is in the film for only a few minutes but he makes them count in a brilliant bit part as Mel, a film actor whose life is such a blur that he has literally gone out of focus.

9. RV (2006)

At this stage of his career, Williams was tagged, not unfairly, as an actor given to mugging in broad comedies aimed at children, but in this family-vacation laffer he is far more restrained, largely content to be the put-upon dad holding himself in check as chaos erupts around him. The movie is far funnier than critics gave it credit for.