‘Enough Said’ (2013)

’ is a romantic comedy, written and directed by and has finally been released in UK cinemas.

The long-awaited film stars and actor, in one of his final performances before his death earlier this year.

This big-hearted movie is a must see for any fan of Gandolfini. I believe anybody who appreciates his work on will want to see this film, simply because it’s the final leading role of one of the best actors the TV/Film industry has ever seen. But here he brings charm and seems thoughtful, loving and ridiculously funny.

The movie gives us an insight on what Gandolfini was really like in person, compared to his other on-screen roles. However, towards the end we do see a hint of Tony Soprano in his character but not for long, unfortunately.

Friends of the late actor have always described him as a friendly and kind man, however it’s hard to picture it when seeing him on screen as mob-boss Tony, right? Well, after seeing Gandolfini play the likeable and passionate Albert, it truly shows his astonishing talent.

Louis-Dreyfus plays masseuse and divorced parent Eva, who dates another single parent, Albert (Gandolfini). Eva soon realizes out of a complete coincidence her massage client is Albert’s ex-wife. Her temptation to find out Albert’s bad points build, but too much information causes problems for the romantic couple.

Scenes between Louis-Dreyfus and Gandolfini are perfect and have real warmth. The comedy Albert and Eva pulls adds to their relationship and with out a doubt, we find ourselves favoring the pair.

Before the end credits, Gandolfini is respectfully remembered, which reads “For Jim”.

Rating: 5 out of 5

Vital Stats

Running Time: 91 Mins

Release Date: 18th October, 2013

Studios: Fox Searchlight Pictures



Aydan is very passionate about radio and journalism. He has experience in presenting radio for his community radio station, 107.8 Black Diamond FM. He completed several radio and multimedia courses with The Scottish Media Academy. He is also a massive fan of American TV shows like 24 and Breaking Bad.

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