Eva (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), a divorced single parent, seems generally happy but dreads her daughter's departure for college. Unexpectedly, Eva begins a romance with Albert (James Gandolfini), a nice man with whom she has much in common. Meanwhile, Eva finds a new friend in Marianne (Catherine Keener), a poet who is just about perfect except for one thing: She constantly denigrates her ex-husband -- Albert. The more Eva hears, the more she doubts her relationship with him.
Release Date: September 18, 2013
Runtime: 1 hr 33 min
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Mediocre story line, terrible messages sent! Don't waste your time.November 23rd, 2013 · Details
ENOUGH SAID is a character comedy in the style of Woody Allen. It creates warm, funny situations for neurotic but lovable characters. However, it also has a Romantic, libertine attitude about sex, despite some light moral elements and a touching scene of forgiveness. ENOUGH SAID also has too much foul language. All in all, ENOUGH SAID has many funny lines and sharp performances that are entertaining and sometimes even insightful. However, the movie‚Äôs immoral elements make it excessive... See Full Review
While it falls broadly into the romantic comedy category, Enough Said is far more nuanced than most in that genre. It's clever, farcical and offers wry social commentary. With its heartfelt performances, intelligent writing and subtle humor, this is easily one of the most perceptive and engaging movies of the year... See Full Review
There‚Äôs an amusing wistfulness to Nicole Holofcener‚Äôs latest exploration of woman and love, ‚ÄúEnough Said.‚Äù And since it co-stars the late-James Gandolfini, you can throw in a touch of melancholy, a sort of dark cloud that hangs over an otherwise light and hopeful L.A. romance among those pushing 50. He gives one of his last screen appearances a poignancy that lives on past his death... See Full Review