Robot & Frank (2012)
Directed by newcomer Jake Schreier,
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Robot And Frank is the first feature for director Jake Schreier and also stars Liv Tyler, Susan Sarandon and James Marsden. We’re currently waiting for a confirmed UK release date. Check out the trailer and let us know your thoughts:
Oscar-nominee Frank Langella (Frost/Nixon) stars in Robot and Frank as… well, Frank, a retiree living in a “near future,” which is not so different from the year 2012 – albeit, it has robots and vehicles that look like a cross between a Smart Car and a Moped (among other pieces of sci-fi technology). Frank’s grown son and daughter (James Mardsen and Liv Tyler) decide to not move him to a retirement home; instead, they purchase their old man a robotic caretaker (voiced by Peter Sarsgaard).
It’s at that point where the Robot and Frank screenplay penned by Christopher D. Ford (Atom TV) steps off the usual path traveled ...
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"Robot and Frank" stars Frank Langella as a retired jewel thief who seems to be heading toward spending the rest of his golden years in poor health and isolation. His son (James Marsden) and daughter (Liv Tyler) intervene by introducing him to his new roommate: a robot (voiced by Peter Sarsgaard) programmed to help him around the house — and put a spring back in his stride.
Frank is wary of his new companion at first but is soon striking up a relationship with the local librarian (Susan Sarandon) — and recruiting his new best friend's assistance as he plans One Last Heist.
"Robot and Frank" made for one of the most pleasant surprises at this year's Sundance Film Festival, a gentle existential comedy that reportedly showcases one of the best Frank Langella performances of all time. While the "near-future
Robot And Frank - Trailer
Robot and Frank comes to theaters August 24th, 2012 and stars Frank Langella, James Marsden, Liv Tyler, Susan Sarandon, Liev Schreiber, Jeremy Strong, Dario Barosso, Bonnie Bentley. The film is directed by Jake Schreier.
Starring Frank Langella, James Marsden, Liv Tyler and Susan Sarandon, the film follows Frank (Langella), a retired cat burglar, who has two grown kids who are concerned he can no longer live alone. They are tempted to place him in a nursing home until Frank's son chooses a different option: against the old man's wishes, he buys Frank a walking, talking humanoid robot programmed to improve his physical and mental health. Frank decides to use his new robot pal to help plot a heist all while striking up a romance with a librarian (Sarandon).
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Robot And Frank is from first-time director Jake Schreier and has quite the cast list including Susan Sarandon, Liv Tyler, Peter Sarsgaard and James Marsden. Check out the poster and the clip:
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