I watched Enough Said last night. All but the last bit since MLM suddenly woke up howling. But whatever I saw of it seemed very believable and at times a bit slow but then again relationships don’t always ignite and flare up in the blink of an eye. While the movie makers are limited by their constraints of time and often end up packing in a whole gamut of emotions and experiences, the way this movie unfolded was very realistic. People do take their time in getting to know each other, feelings do unfurl gradually and there are awkward bits through it all.
I have never seen James Gandolfini in such a soft role. Not that he was entirely stereotyped to play Mafioso roles but that he could be believable as a flabby middle-aged man, finding himself in a new relationship was really good to see. And Julia Louis-Dreyfus can’t help having such mobile expressions- she frowns, she smiles and her whole face transforms entirely. She too is quite different from Elaine of Seinfeld.
A good real movie about real adults in a realistic world. It was steady rather than slow in its pace and that was the best part. That it’s about middle-aged people doesn’t stop people of different ages from relating to it, even if it’s in bits and pieces.
Worth a watch if excitement and in-your-face romance isn’t what you’re looking for and are willing to watch how real relationships develops.
3 thoughts on “Movie Review: Enough Said”
This sounds like me – I saw it – except for that part…thanks kiddos!
Yep, that is on our list. The last movie we went to was Gravity. In 3-D it was eye-boggling.
My husband wants to see it…I’m boggled enough with MLM on multiple levels and opt for stuff lije Enough Said.