Robert Downey Jr, Chris Evans, Paul Rudd and Mark Ruffalo on the set of 'Avengers: Endgame' in Atlanta, GA (11 January 2018) 🎥
The map spread across the rickety card table does nothing but trouble our minds more as Steve and I lean over it anxiously.
“There, on Ninth. Have we checked that facility?”
Steve’s expression is grim, a hand reaching out and crossing over where my finger is pressed with a large red X.
“Yeah. Scott and Peter checked that out three days ago. Someone had already pillaged the place.”
“For fucks sake.”
I growl, receiving a dirty look from the blonde.
“We’re in the middle of a damned apocalypse, Steve. There is no correcting my language anymore.”
Rolling his eyes at me, Steve turns the map towards him.
“It’s not the apocalypse, Buck. It’s simply a war.”
“A massive fuckin war. World was three ain’t nothin to mess around with, punk.”
“Did you.. Did you just say ‘ain’t’ to me?”
“Guys, over here!”
Glancing to my left, Clint bounds towards us, a cut above his right eye, slicing through his brow.
The excited gleam in his eye has me smirking despite myself, Steve turning where he sits.
“What’s going on?”
“I found a place, untouched!”
Steve demands, rising to stand before Clint.
“Small apartment complex, few blocks from here. Looked pretty run down so people never bothered to look inside.”
The man shrugs, pulling a small camera from his bag and holding it up proudly.
“Not sure you can develop film right now, Barton.”
I offer, his eyes rolling.
“It’s for polaroids, genius.”
“Am I supposed to know what that is?”
“Catch up on some of the older tech, will you? Stand together.”
“Clint I don’t-“
“Go on. Or I’ll keep talking.”
He states, leaning closer and snapping a photo, the slim picture sliding out the bottom as he waved it in the air before passing it over.
“Told you the sword made me look cooler.”
I state, holding the photo up and grinning.
“I never should have let you keep that thing.. you’re gonna take someone’s eye out.”
“You’re just jealous cause it’s cooler than your shield.”
I scoff, handing the photo to Clint who stashed it inside the case.
“Please, my shield has saved your ass how many times?”
Feigning a horrific gasp, my eyes grow wide as I lean away from him.
“Steven Grant Rogers, language!”
The Fundamentals of Caring (2016) Review
Release Date: June 24th, 2016
Starring: Paul Rudd, Selena Gomez, Jennifer Ehle, Craig Roberts, Megan Ferguson, Julia Denton, Alex Huff, Samantha Huskey
Plot Summary: A writer (Paul Rudd) retires after a personal tragedy and becomes a disabled teen's caregiver. When the two embark on an impromptu road trip, their ability to cope is tested as they start to understand the importance of hope and friendship.
I decided to watch The Fundamentals of Caring because of how much I related to it. I used to work with disabled adults, so the trailer brought back a lot of memories.
I have to say, for randomly picking a Netflix movie one night (especially one with Selena Gomez), I was pleasantly surprised with this one. Paul Rudd is always hilarious, but the real star is Craig Roberts as Trevor. Being in a wheelchair limits what you can do with your body, so much of Craig's performance was with his words and facial expressions. He showed more emotions sitting in one spot than most people do normally. It was great. He was funny, sarcastic, and real, and he played off Paul Rudd's energy very well. There were some slow spots, of course, but I enjoyed the ride. I liked the first half better than the second, but overall, I'd recommend this movie if you've got some time to kill.