Written October 13, 2013
My wife and I both enjoyed the movie as it brought back memories of our children going off to school and the interaction with them.
As my wife and I have both been divorced before we married we could associate with the characters.
A younger crowd most likely would not understand the movie but we enjoyed it and it moved well through out the picture.
Written April 02, 2015
This movie portrays real life situations with believable and realistic plot. You get to see Julia really working her clients in this movie - not just diner and drinks. James plays a very understated part in this movie as compared to his previous cable and movie - excellent job. Julia should be nominated for an Oscar in her performance of divorced mother - she was that good.
Written December 29, 2014
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.
Written September 29, 2013
Cute, humorous dialog, very well acted with a unique story-line. But, 30 minutes into it, Enough Said becomes predictable and starts to drag. They took 40 minutes of plot and stretched it out over this 90 minute film.
Written May 05, 2015
I was not disappointed! This was a lovely, well acted film...It made me miss James Gandolfini even more, but he played such a wonderful character and Julia Louis-Dreyfuss was perfect with him..an unlikely couple that worked so well together. Definitely go see it!!