1 hour 35 minutes
James Gandolfini, Julia Louis-Dreyfuss, Catherine Keener
Let me tell you the difference between a TV style soap opera and realistic middle aged romantic yearnings, that you’ll find in the sweetly sensitive love story called “Enough Said”.
It’s the late James Gandolfini’s last movie and he gave a touching performance in his final role.
Gandolfini’s a divorced guy looking for love in the direction of divorcee Julia Louis-Dreyfuss.
Only those two just don’t know it yet.
But their chemistry helps nurture the mutual attraction filling each other’s needs, but the picture’s got a dark streak, Julia’s a busybody and she’s not very diplomatic.
Little did Julia realize that striking up a friendship with Catherine Keener, who is wonderful as ever as Gandolfini’s ex-wife, was the worst thing she could do, especially when she finds out her lack of candor put her romance in a very precarious position.
“Enough Said” is a class act made especially for an audience that understands and appreciates what’s going on between these two.
“Enough Said” will charm you, delight you and arouse all the honest emotions that makes that movie special enough to stand out with four stars.
What more can I say except, “Enough Said’.