Reviews: Enough Said (2013)

enough_saidReviews for this film from our members:

  • José Arce @ [Spanish]
    • Excerpt: Las verdades universales que tantas veces clama la comedia romántica regresan situando a personas de mediana edad encontrándose y chocando en un agradable entorno cien por cien indie americano. Notable propuesta, perfectamente recomendable.
  • Edwin Arnaudin @ Ashvegas
    • Excerpt: Never again will we see such a performance from the late Gandolfini, whose comedic gifts are at their best here and feel primed for further exploration.
  • Jason Bailey @ Flavorwire
    • Excerpt: On its own, Enough Said is a sweet and charming little movie — but there’s no question the loss of its beloved leading man lends the picture extra, unexpected pathos.
  • Joshua Brunsting @ The CriterionCast
  • Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat @
    • Excerpt: A comedy that proves that succeeding in an intimate relationship after divorce takes the patience and kindness of a saint and the creative daring and courage of a mountain climber.
  • Bob Cashill @
  • Laura Clifford @ Reeling Reviews
    • Excerpt: Thankfully, Holofcener’s cast Louis-Dreyfus, an actress capable of emoting such penitent horror at her own bad behavior, we can sympathize even with her breaking Gandolfini’s heart.
  • Edwin Davies @ A Mighty Fine Blog
    • Excerpt: As an examination of a late-blooming relationship and of the changing nature of romance, it’s wonderful, even though as an exercise in storytelling it’s often clumsy.
  • Tony Dayoub @ Cinema Viewfinder
    • Excerpt: …both stars’ engaging performances allow the movie to transcend whatever preconceived notions, real-world or otherwise, we attach to them
  • Mark Dujsik @ Mark Reviews Movies
    • Excerpt: [W]e actually care about their relationship and want to see it succeed — or, if it collapses, that the failure be for the right reasons.
  • Dustin Freeley @
    • Excerpt: A romantic comedy about the perpetual wake of divorce.
  • Susan Granger @
    • Excerpt: An insightful, wryly amusing social commentary about compatibility and contemporary suburban anxiety
  • Mark Hobin @ Fast Film Reviews
    • Excerpt: James Gandolfini and Julia Louis-Dreyfus are a delight. Their interactions as a pair will have you believing they really have fallen in love with each other.
  • Travis Hopson @ Punch Drunk Critics
    • Excerpt: A superbly acted, well-crafted dramedy like Enough Said doesn’t come around nearly often enough, but when it does it should be celebrated.
  • Dustin Jansick @ Way Too Indie
    • Excerpt: Shows that couples do not have to be perfect in order to be perfect for each other.
  • Jeremy Kibler @ The Artful Critic
    • Excerpt: Beguiling, funny, and generous, “Enough Said” is yet another winner in the writer-director’s filmography and will surely make moviegoers mourn the loss of such a teddy bear of a talent even more.
  • Danny King @ The Film Stage
    • Excerpt: If [Gandolfini’s] 2012 hat trick was all about film-elevating, never-showy supporting performances, ‘Enough Said’ represents a natural progression of those instincts into the spotlight of a leading man.
  • Benjamin Kramer @ The Voracious Filmgoer
  • Kristin Dreyer Kramer @
  • [New – 4/24/14] | Wesley Lovell @ Cinema Sight
    • Excerpt: Enough Said has many interesting things to say about love, life and acceptance in an age where selfishness is more responsible for relationship failure than is appearance.
  • Jason McKiernan @ Next Projection
    • Excerpt: …despite it’s more artificial elements, Enough Said works because the naturalism shines through, primarily because of the two leads.
  • Simon Miraudo @ Quickflix
  • Pat Mullen @ Cinemablographer
    • Excerpt: Nicole Holofcener’s winning comedy includes a fine farewell performance from James Gandolfini
  • Frank Ochieng @ Focus of New York Magazine
    • Excerpt: Writer-director Nicole Holofcener’s brilliant middle-aged romantic comedy Enough Said is thoroughly engaging and masterfully crafted with touching sentiments of gentle humor, convincing sweetness and credible flourishes of dramatic heft. The heartily grounded and tender performances from heralded television icons Louis-Dreyfus and the now departed Gandolfini are gloriously realized and substantially affecting.

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