A awesome emotional parody, a mate picture, and, just in case, a heist film. Curmudgeonly old Frank lives without anyone else. His routine includes every day visits to his neighborhood library, where he has a gleam in his expression for the custodian. His developed kids are worried about their dad’s prosperity and get him a guardian robot. At first impervious to the thought, Frank before long likes the advantages of mechanical help – like nutritious dinners and a spotless house – and ultimately starts to deal with his robot like a genuine buddy. With his robot’s help, Frank’s energy for his old, unlawful calling is reignited, for better or worse.