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Barry Levinson directed this cautionary fantasy fable--a triumph of production design--concerning the clash between benevolent, funny toys and malevolent, violent war toys and video games. Donald O'Connor is the kindly, gentle Kenneth Zevo, founder of Zevo Toys. The workers love him and the love they feel for Zevo comes through in the lovingly cute toys they produce. His son Leslie (Robin Williams) is an eccentric inventor who concentrates on coming up with different styles of plastic vomit and over-sized ears. His addle ...


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Sep 27, 2014

Another Rotten Egg for Robin

How can a movie be bad with Robin Williams in it? Observe "Toys" and find out. I continued to watch as this movie dragged on and on, hoping for some redeeming quality, but to no avail. Not funny. Not clever. Sex, voyuerism, violence, swearing, and none of it done well. Don't waste your money or time on this dud. As bad as "The world according to Garp." Want funny? Watch "Mrs. Doubtfire" or "Mork and Mindy." I'm embarassed that I watched it to the end.

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