By Dawn4
Written September 19, 2013
This is a very different role for James Gandolfini. It really is a touching performance and he's a big teddy bear. It shows what a fine actor he was and this performance showed what a wide range he had. I wish he was here so that he could know how wonderful his performance was.
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By tbs003
Written October 03, 2014
My husband and I really enjoyed this movie. We are in our fifties and we have a son in college, 2nd year. I laughed and cried about the same. It is down to earth! I feel everyone should take something from this.
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Mature Romantic Comedy

By cina-ma
Written October 25, 2016
This is a funny, smart comedy about "mature" romance. Julia Luis Dreyfus gives a fabulous performance, hilarious and real. It is wonderful that James Galdofino so naturally plays a sensitive, sweet, humorous soul in his final performance. Terrific writing! The nuanced relationship and the empty-nest backstory make this a complex and memorable story. We loved it!
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By ntimpanarohogan
Written February 21, 2017
I saw a wonderfully, quiet, charming, thought-provoking and sometimes uncomfortable comedy, drama last evening. James Gandolfini's final film ENOUGH SAID. The movie starts as any formula comedy, but ends up packing a punch on many levels -- stirring the audience to ponder lots of questions about family, life and relationships and the ways we can undermine not only ourselves, but each other. James and Julia were surprisingly refreshing and charming together ... some real chemistry -- he was such a teddy bear -- such a vulnerable role for this gifted actor. I was left with a feeling of hope for their relationship and loss because "he will never pass this way again!" It's worth a peak.
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Walked Out

By j_hartman98
Written October 24, 2016
This movie is about a mean woman who gets caught being mean. It's incredibly boring and just sad that anyone would turn this sad life into a movie that they charge people to see.
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