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Frank (Frank Langella) isn't very happy after his son buys a robot to care for him in his senior years. But his discontent changes after he discovers he can teach his new friend a few tricks he learned during his years as a jewel thief.
Why Is Robot and Frank Rated PG-13?
Robot and Frank is rated PG-13 for some language.
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Violence: A man argues with his son. Characters shoplift as well as break into homes and businesses to steal. Police officers draw their guns on a man. A man talks about his past criminal activities and prison time.
Sexual Content: A couple kisses passionately after arguing. A woman wears a revealing dress. Brief sexual innuendo is included.
Language: The script contains a strong sexual expletive, the frequent use of scatological slang, terms of Deity and mild swear words along with brief sexual slang.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Characters drink infrequently at home and at social events. A woman says a party is easier to attend after having a few drinks.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Home Video Notes: Robot & Frank
Release Date: 12 February 2012
Robot & Frank releases to home video (DVD) with the following extras:
- Commentary with Director Jake Schreier and Writer Christopher Ford
- Robot Poster Campaign Gallery