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Enough Said Review Critics


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Critics scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.

  • 4.0

    out of 100

    Generally favorable reviews
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  • 100

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    USA Today Claudia Puig

    It's clever, farcical and offers wry social commentary. With its heartfelt performances, intelligent writing and subtle humor, this is easily one of the most perceptive and engaging movies of the year.

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  • 70

    out of 100

    Variety Justin Chang

    Enough Said may be her cleanest, most polished and broadly funny effort to date; its emotional generosity is undeniable, but so is its tendency to smooth over some of the hard, brittle edges that have been the more interesting hallmarks of Holofcener’s work.

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  • 80

    out of 100

    The Hollywood Reporter Todd McCarthy

    This is Holofcener’s sweet spot, the depiction of the emotional confusions, self-deceptions, uncertainties and misguided decisions that can cloud and get the better of otherwise bright, aware people, especially the female characters she tends to specialize in.

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  • 88

    out of 100

    Chicago Sun-Times Richard Roeper

    Gandolfini is effortlessly, quietly great.

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  • 90

    out of 100

    Wall Street Journal Joe Morgenstern

    I can't say enough about the way Enough Said keeps its scintillating sense of humor as it grows deeper and more affecting.

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  • 91

    out of 100

    Entertainment Weekly Chris Nashawaty

    It shows us how rare love is — and how we need to grab it and not let it go.

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For Families provided by Common Sense Media

OK for kids 14+

Graceful, teen-friendly romcom about love later in life.

What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that Enough Said follows the burgeoning relationship between a masseuse named Eva (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) and Albert (James Gandolfini, in one of his final screen roles), who turns out to be the ex of a new client (Catherine Keener). While the movie is most likely to appeal to adults given the themes and stars, the content is generally teen friendly. There's some social drinking by adults, a bit of swearing (including one "f--k," plus "s--t," "crap," etc.), bare shoulders/backs seen during massage sessions, teens' discussion of losing their virginity -- and plenty of very realistic discussions about relationships.

  • Families can talk about the appeal of romantic comedies. How is Enough Said different from other romcoms you've seen? How is it similar?
  • Who do you think this movie is most intended to appeal to? How can you tell?
  • What do you think about the budding relationship between Eva and Albert? Do they seem like real people? How does Marianne's description of Albert differ from reality? How is it similar?

The good stuff
  • message true2

    Messages: Eva must learn to trust her own judgment when it comes to her new boyfriend.

  • rolemodels true2

    Role models: Eva and Albert are happy to find love with each other, but to move forward with the relationship, she must learn to ignore the negative stories she's hearing from his ex-wife.

What to watch for
  • violence false0

    Violence: Not an issue

  • sex false2

    Sex: Some flirting and sexual banter between people at parties and on dates. A couple is shown in bed, talking and relaxing after sex. Teens discuss their peers' sexual activities and losing their virginity. Bare backs/shoulders seen during massage scenes. 

  • language false3

    Language: Occasional swearing includes one "f--k," plus "ass," "s--t," "crap," "boner," "boobs," "hell," "oh my God," "goddamn," etc.

  • consumerism false2

    Consumerism: Some characters have Apple computers and phones.

  • drugsalcoholtobacco false2

    Drinking, drugs and smoking: Social drinking by adults at parties and at meals.