"Enough Said" is a romantic comedy drama that stars James Gandolfini and Julia Louis-Dreyfuss.
It was Gandolfini's last film.
He died during shooting.
You really can't tell.
It borders on being a chick-flick, but stays within the borders.
It is very warm, entertaining, interesting, and thoughtful
On to the scoring:
Is it interesting?
I wouldn't go that far.
Is it controversial?
To a minor extent.
Is it a story worth telling?
Is it good storytelling?
Very. It is relentlessly interesting.
Is it well written?
Extremely well written. Not quite Aaron Sorkin level, but close.
Is it well cast? Well played?, Well shot?
All of the above. Particularly if they had to do gymnastics to cover Gandolfini's posthumous scenes.
Is it too long? Too short?
Is it believable? Do you care about the characters?
Considering that the premise might seem far-fetched, totally, and totally..
Is it predictable? Does it surprise you?
The ending was a bit predictable, but nothing else along the way was.
Do you think about it after you've seen it?
The story was quite intriguing, and I thought a lot about Gandolfini.
Is it funny?
Would it have been worth the thirteen bucks it would have cost to see it in the movies?
I needn't have left the house, but that's me.
Is it impressive ?
Overall grade: A.
This was the best possible way to remember Gandolfini.
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- Hi. I am, according to my Wikipedia entry,(which I did not create) a noted television writer, playwright, screenwriter, and occasional actor. You can Google me or go to the IMDB to get my credits, and you can come here to get my opinions on things, which I'll try to express eloquently. Hopefully I'll succeed. You can also e-mail me at email@example.com. Perhaps my biggest claim to fame is being responsible, for about six months in 1975, while Head Writer for the "Happy Days" TV series, for Americans saying to each other "Sit on it."