Imagine that you're told you have 90 minutes left to live. How would you spend it? That's the question Robin Williams is left to ponder in "The Angriest Man in Brooklyn," a Lionsgate comedy.
Mila Kunis stars as the doctor who, after being yelled at, falsely informs Williams' character that a brain aneurysm leaves him with less than two hours to round out his life. Williams' acerbic Henry Altmann then goes on a wild chase to right his many wrongs, including those with his sexless marriage (Melissa Leo plays his wife) and his disenchanted relatives (Peter Dinklage is his brother; Hamish Linklater is his son).
Will "The Angriest Man in Brooklyn" mark Williams' first well-received big-screen comedy in some time? It's directed by Oscar nominee Phil Alden Robinson ("Field of Dreams," "Band of Brothers'), who could be more likely to bring the veteran actor success than, say, "The Big Wedding" or "Old Dogs" did. The movie opens in limited release and arrives on demand on May 23.