Collider | 'The Fundamentals Of Caring' Review


The Fundamentals of Caring is a nice movie. It doesn’t break the mold, it doesn’t veer too far off the well-worn path, and it certainly doesn’t bring anything new to the “post-trauma Sundance dramedy” genre that’s become a bit of a hallmark of the prestigious film festival. But sometimes tried and true is okay, provided you’ve got at least some sort of secret weapon up your sleeve. In the case of writer/director Rob Burnett’s Fundamentals of Caring, the film coasts on the charisma and chemistry of its two leads, Paul Rudd and Submarine star Craig Roberts, careening through cliché after cliché to result in a film that is cute but ultimately forgettable.

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