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Family Movie Review: Enough Said (PG-13)

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MPAA Rating: PG-13         Length: 93 minutes

Age Appropriate For: 14+. Mostly questionable here is the language and sexual content; there’s talk about sex and what goes on in a couple’s bedroom, as well as a few scenes of a couple in bed together, with the suggestion of nudity. Nothing explicit or graphic, but sex is treated as a matter-of-fact part of life for middle-aged divorced people pursuing new relationships (which seems pretty realistic and not exploitative).

‘Enough Said,’ one of actor James Gandolfini’s final films, works only because of his performance. Otherwise, the film is surprisingly mean-spirited, making the usually likeable Julia Louis-Dreyfus quite shrew-like.

By Roxana Hadadi

Chances are you know actor James Gandolfini from his turn as Tony Soprano, because for some years the HBO show “The Sopranos” was simultaneously commercially successful and critically acclaimed. After the show ended, Gandolfini transitioned into movie roles, and “Enough Said” is one of his final films after his untimely death last year. It’s an example of his range that you won’t think of fiery mobster Tony once while watching “Enough Said”; Gandolfini is that sensitive and funny and affecting. Too bad the rest of the movie is so mean-spirited.

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