Death, taxes, the enduring adorability of Paul Rudd: these things, at least, we know for certain.
A strained, overly familiar tale of catharsis and redemption.
The cast all turn in convincing performances, and the dialogue is occasionally quite clever ...
The pleasures of Rudd overpower the programmatic elements.
I enjoyed "Fundamentals of Caring," but it's hard not to notice it amounts to a checklist of all the things that were once supposed to add up to an inspiring indie hit.
With material this familiar, casting is crucial. And Burnett has a pair of aces up his sleeve in Paul Rudd and Craig Roberts ...