I don't know that it's my favorite, but the score to RV has a very funny section. The music by James Newton Howard is performed by a country-type ensemble, including a male vocaliser. The music is a bit reminiscent of Raising Arizona.
In a scene towards the end of the film, Williams' RV is balanced on the peak of a hill and the only way out is to rock the thing forward so the wheels touch the ground again. As Williams tries to rock the giant RV the vocaliser comments on the action with little Mmm-Hmms and Mmm-mms. Very amusing.
I'm glad that the ghoulish time period has passed to start this thread.
HOOK! and if I may, the heartbreaking BICENTENNIAL MAN.
Rest in Peace Robin! And peace and comfort to your family.
I could just hear him (Robin) if it was yesterday in his first stand-up in the great beyond, saying something like "I'm not even cold yet and these Freeken FSM Fan boys are talking about their freeken favorite scores from the movies I was in! Now, down boy Mr. Happy!"
Rest In Peace Robin Williams - I sincerely hope the "after life" is what you wanted it to be and more! It's so sad....
If I was to choose my favorite score - we all know that it is John Williams' HOOK that stands out as the best - not only as a favorite score from a Robin Williams movie, but simply - one of the best scores for the movies themselves!
The 2 runners up are both from composer James Horner:
Someone in an Amazon.com review commented that this music could easily be the soundtrack to their life. Powerful film, and performance by Williams, and it deals with the topic of depression and suicide.