Three sentence movie reviews: Enough Said.

I wasn’t really ready to be uncomfortable for as long as I was during this movie, so that was a surprise.  However, I loved the romance and the chemistry between Louis-Dreyfus and Gandolfini and also Toni Collette* was there too, which made for some great acting.  There was a nice parallel story of sending your child to college, so overall, this was a very good film.

Cost:  $3.00
Where watched:  Laurelhurst with S. North.

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*Speaking in her real accent.

4 thoughts on “Three sentence movie reviews: Enough Said.”

  1. Oh, uncomfortable, how? People have said it was such a lovely last role for Gandolfini. And I adore Toni Collette.

  2. I won't say specifically, because judging from the gasps in the theater, not everyone knew the main plot twist, but let's say that when the main plot twist happened, I expected it to resolve itself quickly, but instead we stayed in limbo for much longer than I had figured on. Limbo was uncomfortable, but ultimately good from a drama perspective.

  3. Hmm. I've been wanting to see this because I've yet to hear anything bad about it. Knowing that there's a sneaky plot twist makes it sound even more interesting. I'll have to check it out!

  4. If you've read about it, you already know the plot twist, so don't go in looking for another. I was just surprised how long it played out after the plot twist happened. Also, that so many people in the theater didn't know about it. I guess they are not in the habit of reading reviews.

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