Six Things About Enough Said

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Enough Said | Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment

Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment sent me Enough Said for review on my movie blog. The film is about two divorced people who meet and fall in love. But one of them is afraid their relationship will end badly, so she asks the ex-wife about him. The movie is wonderful. I really enjoyed the film and I think a lot of other people will too. Enough Said stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus and the late James Gandolfini. The film is available now on DVD, Blu-ray and Digital HD (Ultraviolet). Continue reading to learn six things about the Enough Said Blu-ray.

6 Things About Enough Said

  1. It’s a story about two people falling in and out of love
    Enough Said is the story about two divorced people (Eva and Albert) falling in love. The couple meets at a party and hits it off right away. They date and seem to fall in love. Then Eva meets Albert’s former wife. And instead of ignoring her comments, Eva finds herself looking at Albert through his ex-wife’s eyes. At this point, their relationship starts to fall apart.
  2. The romantic comedy turns into a light drama
    Enough Said starts off as a delightful romantic comedy. But half way through the film, it turns into a light drama. That’s when Eva starts to listen to Albert’s ex-wife. There are still some humorous situations in the second half of the movie. But the tone is definitely more serious in the second half of the story.
  3. One person’s junk is another person’s treasure
    In the film, you get the sense that Eva isn’t sure if she truly believes in the idea that one person’s junk is another person’s treasure. She seems to at first, but then she lets Albert’s former wife poison their relationship. Eva starts noticing things about Albert that she didn’t noticed before and she complains about them even though they didn’t bother her before. In the end, Eva has to decide if one person’s trash is another person’s treasure, or if it’s still trash.
  4. Enough Said Blu-ray includes some extra features
    The Blu-ray includes the movie on Blu-ray and Digital HD (Ultraviolet). In addition, the film includes the following special features:

    • Second Takes — Blu-ray exclusive
    • Promotional Featurettes (Cast, Story, Meet Eva and Albert, Nicole Holofcener, Julia)
    • Theatrical Trailer
  5. Enough Said is rated PG-13
    The 93-minute film is rated PG-13 for crude and sexual content, comic violence, language and partial nudity. There is some bad language and sex content, but nothing nasty or graphic.
  6. Julia Louis-Dreyfus and James Gandolfini are outstanding
    Julia and James are wonderful in this film. They played the two main characters, Eva and Albert. They had great chemistry together and you could feel them falling for each other. Toni Collette was also excellent in the film. She played the part of Sarah, Eva’s best friend. The movie also featured Lennie Loftin (Martin), Jessica St. Clair (Cynthia), Christopher Nicholas Smith (Hal), Tracey Fairaway (Ellen), Ben Falcone (Will), Michaela Watkins (Hilary), Catherine Keener (Marianne), Phillip Brock (Jason), Tavi Gevinson (Chloe), Nick Williams (Chris), Ivy Strohmaier (Maddy), and Natasha Sky Lipson (Sage). Enough Said was directed by Nicole Holofcener.

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