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Enough Said

ExistiMetric™: 779

A divorced and single parent, Eva (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) spends her days enjoying work as a masseuse but dreading her daughter’s impending departure for college. She meets Albert (James Gandolfini)—a sweet, funny and like-minded man also facing an empty nest. As their romance quickly blossoms, Eva befriends Marianne (Catherine Keener), her new massage client. Marianne is a beautiful poet who seems “almost perfect” except for one prominent quality: she rags on her ex-husband way too much.   

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  • Emma Simmonds 
    Emma Simmonds’ “Review: ‘Enough Said’” Is as Individual as a Thumbprint
  • Claudia Puig 
    Claudia Puig’s Sparkling “‘Enough Said’ Speaks With…” Invites the Masses
  • Peter Travers 
    Peter Travers’ “‘Enough Said’ Review” Is Short, Sweet, and Complete
  • Nathan Rabin 
    Nathan Rabin’s “‘Enough Said’ Review” Is Interesting and Honest
  • Kevin Jagernauth 
    Kevin Jagernauth’s “TIFF Review: Nicole Holofcener’s ‘Enough Said’” Is Eloquent and Enjoyable
  • Ian Freer 
    Ian Freer’s “The Ex Files” Is a Quick and Witty Jab at Realism
  • Todd Jorgenson 
    Todd Jorgenson’s “Enough Said” Is Nicely Quick and to the Point
  • John Beifuss 
    John Beifuss’s “Enough Said” Wobbles but Manages to Right Itself
  • Simon Miraudo 
    Simon Miraudo Has a Love Affair With Adjectives in “Talk About Julia”
  • S. Jhoanna Robledo 
    S. Jhoanna Robledo’s “‘Enough Said’ Review” Is a Welcome Creation
  • Linda Cook 
    Linda Cook’s “Gandolfini’s Final Film” Is a Sweet Tribute
  • Geoffrey Macnab 
    Geoffrey Macnab’s “Sweet High” Is Sweet and Always Interesting
  • Jim Schembri 
    Fortunately, Jim Schembri’s “Enough Said” Says Just Enough
  • Henry Fitzherbert 
    Henry Fitzherbert’s “Enough Said: Review and Trailer” Is Simple and Good
  • Robbie Collin 
    Robbie Collin’s “Touching Romantic Comedy” Is a Smooth Read
  • David Nusair 
    David Nusair’s “Enough Said” Is a Slight but Tasty Little Affair
  • Pete Hammond 
    Hammond’s “Enough Said Movie Review” Features Unexpected Wordplay
  • Jason Anderson 
    Jason Anderson’s “Enough Said Review” Is Nice but Needs Some Spice
  • Sara Maria Vizcarrondo 
    Vizcarrondo Is Brilliant and Brave in “(Not Purely Hypothetical)”
  • Jeffrey M. Anderson 
    Jeffrey M. Anderson’s “Massaging the Situation” Is Sober and to the Point
  • Lauren Carroll Harris 
    Lauren Carroll Harris’s “Enough Said” Takes Some Effort to Get Through
  • William Bibbiani 
    William Bibbiani’s “Review: Enough Said” Is Original and Inviting
  • Rich Cline 
    Rich Cline’s “Enough Said Movie Review” Is a Quick and Pleasant Read
  • Anders Wright 
    Anders Wright’s “Chemistry Works in ‘Enough Said’” Is Genuine and Well-Said
  • Chris Cabin 
    Chris Cabin Is as Brutal as He Is Honest in “Enough Said”
  • Alonso Duralde 
    Alonso Duralde’s Familiar “‘Enough Said’ Review…” Rings True
  • Mike Scott 
    Scott’s “Film Makes for a Bittersweet Farewell” Is Heartfelt and Poignant
  • Andy Lea 
    Reading Andy Lea’s “Enough Said” Is Like Hanging on a Yo-Yo
  • Violet Lucca 
    Violet’s Lucca’s “Short Takes: Enough Said” Gives a Sentimental Tribute
  • Gary Thompson 
    Gary Thompson Is Short and Sweet in “Has Great Role for Gandolfini”
  • Richard Brody 
    Richard Brody’s Succinct “‘Enough Said’” Finds the Right Words
  • Jordan Hoffman 
    Hoffman’s “Tiff Review: ‘Enough Said’” Delivers an Entertaining Personal Narrative
  • John Serba 
    John Serba’s “‘Enough Said’ Review” Is Straightforward and Insightful
  • Tim Brayton 
    Tim Brayton’s “ENOUGH IS ENOUGH” Is Uncompromisingly Full of Charisma
  • Rafer Guzman 
    Guzman’s “Gandolfini, Louis-Dreyfus Are Achingly Good” Is Down-to-Earth
  • Matt Joseph 
    Matt Joseph’s “Enough Said Review [TIFF 2013]” Is Bittersweet Memory
  • Leonard Maltin 
    Loenard Maltin Is a Keenly Great Read in “Enough Said”
  • Justin Chang 
    Justin Chang’s Well-Rounded “Film Review: ’Enough Said’” Satisfies
  • Louise Keller 
    It’s Hard to Stay Focused Reading Louise Keller’s “Enough Said”
  • Kirk Honeycutt 
    Kirk Honeycutt Is Deservedly Affectionate in ”’Enough Said’”
  • Brian Tallerico 
    Brian Tallerico’s “Romantic Comedy Is a Sweet, Gentle Gem” Is Sincere
  • Kimberley Jones 
    Kimberley Jones’ “‘Enough Said’ Review” Shares a Sophisticated Synopsis
  • Lawrence Toppman 
    Lawrence Toppman’s “More Than Enough to Say” Is Convincingly Delightful
  • John Wirt 
    John Wirt’s “Fifty-Somethings Find Romance” Is Tasteful and Positive
  • Ken Hanke 
    Ken Hanke’s “Enough Said Review” Is Well-Organized and Holds Its Own
  • Peter Canavese 
    Peter Canavese’s “‘Enough Said’ Review” Is Coherently Competent
  • Stephanie Zacharek 
    Stephanie Zacharek Charmingly Shares Insight in “Fall for James…”
  • Brian Orndorf 
    Brian Orndorf’s “‘Enough Said’ Preview” Has Lots of Personality
  • Moira MacDonald 
    Moira MacDonald’s “‘Enough Said’: More, Please” Has Great Charm and Grace
  • David 'Mad Dog' Bradley 
    There’s No Substance at All to David ‘Mad Dog’ Bradley’s “Enough Said”
  • Mara Reinstein 
    Mara Reinstein’s “Utterly Delightful, Grown-Up Romantic Comedy” Is a Treat
  • Brian Viner 
    Brian Viner’s “Poignant Final Act” Is a Fond Farewell to Main Actor
  • Austin Kennedy 
    Austin Kennedy’s “Review: ‘Enough Said’” Is Authentically Charming
  • Matt Kelemen 
    Matt Kelemen’s “Rom-Com Done Right” Has a Natural Flow and Enjoyability
  • Sophie Monks Kaufman 
    Sophie Kaufman’s “Enough Said Review” Is Energetic, Feisty, Unambitious
  • Craig Seligman 
    Craig Seligman’s “Gandolfini Goodbye: Film” Says Just Enough, Tastefully
  • Frank Swietek 
    Frank Swietek’s “Enough Said” Is Surprisingly Awesome
  • Liam Lacey 
    Liam Lacey’s “Not the Main Attraction” Is Mind Numbing
  • Jason Gorber 
    Jason Gorber’s “ENOUGH SAID Simply Falls Flat” Is Friendly and Charming
  • Antonia Quirke 
    Quirke’s “Enough Said” Replaces Insight With Dismissiveness
  • Steven Rea 
    Steven Rea’s “And It’s All Said So Beautifully” Seems Perceptive, Human
  • James Mottram 
    James Mottram’s “‘Enough Said’ Review” Is More Aloof Than Enjoyable
  • Paul MacInnes 
    Paul MacInnes Transcends in Character Study “Enough Said: Toronto 2013…”
  • Kenneth Turan 
    Kenneth Turan’s “‘Enough Said’ Says Just Enough” Is Grown-Up and Thorough
  • Ella Taylor 
    Ella Taylor Is Fair and Concise in “Almost, but at Least There’s. .”
  • Joe Williams 
    Joe Williams’s “Love Gets a Second Chance” Is Stylish and Keen
  • Mary F. Pols 
    Mary F. Pols “When Tony Met Elaine” Makes an Interesting Read at Best
  • Dann Gire 
    Gire’s “Wise Romantic Comedy” Is a Muddled Work of Good Intentions
  • Lori Hoffman 
    Lori Hoffman’s “Farewell Gentle Jim” Never Really Takes Off
  • Duane Dudek 
    Duane Dudek’s “A Winning Midlife Love Story” Is Unique and Natural
  • Kevin Lally 
    Kevin Lally Favorably Summarizes for “Film Review: Enough Said”
  • Stella Papamichael 
    Stella Papamichael’s “Gandolfini Romances Julia” Is Emotionally Driven
  • Connie Ogle 
    Connie Ogle’s “Review of ‘Enough Said’” Could Use Some Spice and Direction
  • Graham Young 
    Graham Young’s “Movie Review: Enough Said (15)” Is All Over the Place
  • Harvey S. Karten 
    Harvey Karten’s Ugly “‘ENOUGH SAID’” Nonetheless Vies for Insight
  • Ethan Alter 
    Ethan Alter’s “When Julia Met James” Is Wordy and Imbalanced
  • Susan Granger 
    Susan Granger’s “Enough Said” Is Good as Far as Eulogies Go
  • Joe Neumaier 
    Joe Neumaier’s “‘Enough Said’, Review” Is Boring and Unsatisfying
  • Mark Kermode 
    Mark Kermode’s Observant “Enough Said—Review” Stays Warmhearted
  • Marshall Fine 
    Marshall Fine’s ”’Enough Said’: Just Say It” Is Only Fine, Nothing More
  • Ann Hornaday 
    Ann Hornaday’s “‘Enough Said’ Review” Almost Trips Over It’s Wordiness
  • Sam Adams 
    Sam Adams’ Curt “Enough Said: Movie Review” Fails to Convey Much
  • Peter Rainer 
    Peter Rainer’s “Gandolfini Is the Best Part” Is Bland and Passive
  • David Edwards 
    David Edwards’ Late-to-the-Party “Epitaph for James” Doesn’t Add Much
  • Susan G. Cole 
    Susan Cole’s “Review of ‘Enough Said’” Doesn’t Say Enough to Convince
  • Lou Lumenick 
    Lou Lumenick’s “Late, Great Gandolfini Romances” Will Leave Readers Yawning
  • Dave White 
    Dave White’s “Enough Said Review” Is Surprisingly Fair
  • Susan Wloszczyna 
    Susan Wloszczyna’s “Enough Said” Is as Readable as a Laundry List
  • James Verniere 
    James Verniere’s “Shine in Charming Comedy” Is Quickly Boring
  • Matt Brunson 
    Matt Brunson’s “Eloquently Stated” Is Off-Track and Uncertain
  • Roger Moore 
    Roger Moore’s “Movie Review: ‘Enough Said’” Plainly, Painfully Bores
  • Gregory Ellwood 
    Gregory Ellwood’s Casual “Review: James…” Trivializes Subject
  • Marc Mohan 
    Marc Mohan’s “‘Enough Said’ Review” Is a Draining Experience
  • Eric Kohn 
    Eric Kohn’s Cordial “Review: Why James…” Makes Hefty Arguments
  • Tom Long 
    Tom Long’s “A Perfect Match in ‘Enough Said’” Is Only Okay, Too Short
  • David Sexton 
    David Sexton’s “Enough Said—Film Review” Mourns Rather Critiques
  • Rex Reed 
    Rex Reed’s “Talking and Talking” Is Too Uptight and Formulated
  • Lisa Kennedy 
    Lisa Kennedy’s “‘Enough Said’: Review” Is Off-Topic and Unconvincing
  • Robert Roten 
    Robert Roten’s Gloomy “Enough Said” Is a Chore to Get Through
  • Katherine Monk 
    Katherine Monk’s “Review: Enough Said” Makes Powerless Points
  • Christine N. Ziemba 
    Christine Ziemba’s “‘Enough Said’ Review” Is Like Flat Soda, Uninteresting
  • Peter Howell 
    Peter Howell’s “A Grand Performance in a Trifling Rom-Com” Is Unoriginal
  • Chris Hewitt (St. Paul) 
    Hewitt’s “Honest. Funny. Real. Terrific. Enough Said.” Is Flimsy at Best
  • Mark Dujsik 
    Mark Dujsik’s “‘Enough Said’ Review” Is as Tidy as a Teenager’s Bedroom
  • Chris Nashawaty 
    Chris Nashawaty’s Plain “Enough Said (2013)” Attempts Sentimentality
  • Clint O'Connor 
    Clint O’Connor’s “Charming Comedy-Drama-Love-Story” Is Unorganized
  • Paul Chambers 
    Paul Chambers’s “Enough Said” Lacks Insight
  • Perry Seibert 
    Perry Seibert’s “Enough Said: Review” Tries a Little Too Hard to Be Kind
  • Steve Persall 
    Steve Persall’s “Posthumous Gandolfini Film Says It All” Has Excess Grief
  • Tim Grierson 
    Tim Grierson’s “James Gandolfini Says Goodbye” Is Far Off Point
  • David Kaplan 
    David Kaplan’s “Review of ‘Enough Said’” Is Informative but Indecisive
  • James Berardinelli 
    Berardinelli’s “‘Enough Said’ Review” Is One Long Complaint
  • Todd McCarthy 
    Todd McCarthy Retrospectively Gossips in “Enough Said: Toronto Review”
  • Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat 
    Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat’s “Review: ‘Enough Said’” Is a Little Lazy
  • Kent Turner 
    Kent Turner’s “Review of ‘Enough Said’” Is Shaky and Indecisive
  • Scott A. Mantz 
    Scott A. Mantz’ “Holofcener Has a Lot to Say” Could Use Some Spice
  • Colin Covert 
    Colin Covert’s “Gandolfini, Louis-Dreyfus Find Love” Doesn’t Quite Impress
  • Jim Judy 
    Jim Judy’s “‘Enough Said’ Review” Is Not as Charming as It Wants to Be
  • Stephen Whitty 
    Stephen Whitty’s “Bittersweet Romance” Is Off-Base and Slow Moving
  • Laura Clifford 
    Laura Clifford’s “Enough Said” Is Acceptable at Best, Boring at Worst
  • Dennis Schwartz 
    Dennis Schwartz’s “A Gem” Stumbles to an Unsatisfactory Conclusion
  • A.A. Dowd 
    A. A. Dowd’s Scanty “Toronto 2013…” Leaves Unspecial Expectations
  • Anton Bitel 
    Anton Bitel’s “‘Enough Said’ Review” Is Largely Just Another Cut-and-Paste
  • Mark R. Leeper 
    Mark R. Leeper’s “Enough Said” Is Too Much Said
  • Matthew Turner 
    Matthew Turner’s “Enough Said (12A)” Is a Review Without a Vision
  • David Edelstein 
    David Edelstein’s “Heartbreakingly Good” Requires a Doctorate to Get It
  • Scott Nash 
    Scott Nash’s “Enough Said” Strikes the Boredom Bell Quickly
  • Joe Gross 
    Joe Gross’s “Stay for the Story” Lacks Personality
  • Joe Morgenstern 
    Joe Morgenstern’s “A Piercing Comedy” Is Painfully Boring
  • Dana Stevens 
    Dana Stevens’ “See It: Enough Said” Overshares and Is Emotionally Shallow
  • Bill Goodykoontz 
    Bill Goodykoontz’s “‘Enough Said,’” Fails to Entice
  • Matt Pais 
    Matt Pais’s “Cheers,” Makes Dolphins Cry