Rob Reiner

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Rob Reiner
Rob Reiner MFF 2016.jpg
Born: March 6, 1947
The Bronx, New York, U.S.
Died: N/A (Alive)
Occupation: Actor
Years Active: 1967 - Present
Known For: As actor: All in the Family
As director:
This Is Spinal Tap
When Harry Met Sally...
The Princess Bride
A Few Good Men
Stand by Me
The American President
Relatives: Lucas Reiner (brother)
Annie Reiner (sister)

Rob Reiner (born March 6, 1947) is an American actor, comedian, director, and producer.

Why He and His Films Rocks

  1. He directed some of the great movies such as Misery (1990), The Princess Bride, A Few Good Men, This Is Spinal Tap, LBJ, and many more.
  2. He was an amazing actor.
  3. He may a great tribute to his father Carl Reiner.
  4. He was a supporter of LGBTQ+ rights.
  5. He slams at Harvey Weinstein and said he has never worked with Harvey Weinstein.
  6. He collaborates many celebrities with a "fan made" recreation of the 1987 film The Princess Bride during the infamous COVID-19 pandemic to help raise money for charity.

Bad Qualities

  1. He directed the infamous film North (1994).
  2. He never takes negative criticism, Good example: Rob Reiner defended the movie, claiming that he loved doing it and that some of the best jokes he ever had in a movie are from this movie and He also came up with the excuse that he just wanted to make a "little fable", which goes to show that Reiner can't take even the slightest bit of criticism.
  3. Sometimes, He was very preachy to politics on Social Media account like Ron Perlman, as He called Trump supporters bigoted white males that don't have college degrees




2 months ago
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This will definitely surprise Rob Reiner himself.

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