I enjoyed this film, but there's nothing particularly special about it. Oddly, that's a big part of it's charm. There's a couple of harsh jokes presented as an example of things not to say, but otherwise this is very family friendly with a decent moral. Tony Hale is one of my favorite comedy character actors in his subversive role of "Buster Bluth" in "Arrested Development" This role has him dialed way far back to the point, his character is somewhat boring, but he's a good guy with a lot of integrity trying to impress the granddaughter of an elderly lady who he rents a room from, and he helps in everyday activities and taking care of the house. The performances are subdued, but there's a lot of care felt between characters. This kind of humanity is rare to see in life and even more rare in movies outside of religious propaganda films. This is largely about people treating each other decently and about trying to find love without being a show off. A lot of rom-coms have similar themes but feel tacked on and the lead is a schmuck causing chaos, and his calamities caused are too easily forgiven. Here the story starts with an actual decent, respectable and friendly but not obviously interesting guy, who wants to impress the girl but doesn't really try. On some levels it misses out on comedic opportunities, but I think it'd miss it's point if they had gone that way. A lot of people don't really understand the difference between comedy and humor. I get it, but can't really explain it. Both are relatable, but one goes for laughs, while the other goes for perspective and the potential for comedy. This is unquestionably humorous, but not particularly funny, but I think it would have lost a lot of it's humanity if it tried to be a comedy. This isn't really a rom-com or an indy film, but does seem a lot like many religious family films, but without all that pesky religion. They don't make films like this anymore, when my grandma was still alive it was hard to find things we'd all enjoy, I think this would be a decent film to watch with several generations, but there are moments about dementia that could be a bit scary for the elderly, otherwise it's very sweet and humane and harkens back to a time when decency, selfless ness and community were revered. There's no agenda other than to do right by one-another. We can use more of that.