Review: Robot & Frank

(Jake Schreier, 2012)

Taking a bold and refreshing step in new directions within a genre clogged up with overt derivativeness, Jake Schreier’s confident debut Robot & Frank is a dutiful shot in the arm to science fiction that calmly addresses a range of prescient topics without overcrowding them with easy answers or flashy aesthetics. (Continue reading here)

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