"But that's a trademark of this neo-neo-realism. These movies are not about much of anything; no one says much of anything; and no one does much of anything. Say what you will about the so-called mumblecore school of filmmaking - with its slapdash aesthetic and endless self-regarding conversations - but at least those movies seem to have something on their minds, beyond creating a mood."
Read the rest of Fine's article at Huffington Post.
This is April Fool's Day, so, there is the possibility that Fine's article is less than sincere.