Roeper Reviews: HBO’s doc on Robin Williams, The Rock’s “Skyscraper,” and more…

(FILES) A file picture taken on May 9, 1990 in Washington, shows US actor Robin Williams (L) speaking at a Senate committee hearing on the Homelessness Prevention and Revitalization Act of 1990, next to US actress Whoopi Goldberg (R). Oscar-winning actor and comedian Robin Williams was found dead at his home in California from suspected suicide, police said on August 12, 2014. (LARKIN/AFP/Getty Images)

Richard Roeper joins Roe Conn and Anna Davlantes to review the movies of the week.

This week’s movies include:
“Skyscraper” — Duane “THE ROCK” Johnson leaps tall buildings in a single bound in this action thriller.

“Shock and Awe” — Woody Harrelson, James Marsden, Jessica Biel and Tommy Lee Jones in a movie about the heroic journalists that called out Bush, Cheney et al., for their post 9/11 lies about Saddam and “Weapons of Mass Destruction.”

“Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind” — HBO documentary about the late great comic genius.

“Eating Animals” — Natalie Portman narrates a documentary about farming methods used to raise chickens, cows, pigs etc.

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