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Submitted by bubs78 642d ago | review

Robot And Frank Review | Bone-idle

Bone-idle writes "At around the halfway point in Robot and Frank, the robot from the title has a conversation with a library copier machine, asking it how it is, and then reassuring it that it too is doing quite well. It then looks back at Frank, who laughs a little awkwardly before sending it away. It seems strange that in a film that promotes itself as being both hilarious and heartbreaking, this is probably the most amusing scene. It isn’t heartbreaking, but it does feel a little sad that a film with such potential as this doesn’t rise to the heights it seems more than capable of." (Indie film, Robot And Frank) 2/5

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