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Robot & Frank - 10/3/2013 11:08:05 PM   
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Very charming, very sweet, but also tragic. Believable performances from all, including Robot.

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RE: - 12/3/2013 12:24:45 PM   


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A nice little idea, carefully drawing on a modern theme, while working as a gentle Sci-Fi/black comedy, with some sweet and funny moments.

Thought Langella was really good fun, and that Saranadon was good in a supporting role.

As the film came towards the end it seemed like the mertial was starting to struggle, but the twist at the end was well handled.


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RE: Robot & Frank - 27/5/2013 11:44:43 AM   

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Despite it being rooted firmly in indie territory, it's very light on kookiness. Thoughtful, moving, funny, and the sort of thing I usually find very hit or miss.
This is a hit.


More reviews and rambling like that ^^^ at: >>> <<<

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