Terse Movie Review – Robot & Frank, dir. by

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Just because this series is called ‘Terse Movie Reviews’ doesn’t mean I necessarily have to be negatively critical — in fact, I don’t have to be critical at all.  And with Robot & Frank, how can you possibly be?

Wonderfully charming, with great, subtle work from Frank Langella — get to the end of the film and you see how subtle it really was — that is also funny, tender, and a bit sad.  And in a way, it made me think of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and the notion that, if two people are really meant to be together, they’ll find each other, no matter what’s happened.

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