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Enough Said Movie Quotes

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"Enough Said" movie quotes tell the tale of one woman who unexpectedly finds herself dating her friend's ex-husband. The romantic comedy movie was written and directed by Nicole Holofcener and stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus, James Gandolfini, Catherine Keener and Toni Colette. "Enough Said," which is the second-to-last movie made by the late Gandolfini, was released on September 18, 2013.

In "Enough Said," single woman Eva (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) attends a party with friend Will (Ben Falcone) where she meets two new friends, Marianne (Catherine Keener) and Albert (James Gandolfini). Eva soon makes a friendship with Marianne and begins a romantic relationship with Albert. All is going well with both, until she learns that Marianne and Albert were formerly married and now bitterly divorced.

Despite urging from friend Sarah (Toni Colette), Eva continues both relationships with neither Albert or Marianne aware of the mutual relationship. While she continues to have fun with Albert, she learns more about him from Marianne's complaining. With this inside info about Albert, Eva begins to see his faults and in turn he starts to see Eva as more like Marianne, creating quite the tricky set of relationships.

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    Do You Have a Boyfriend?

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    Marianne: "So, what about you? Do you have a boyfriend?"
    Eva: "Yeah"
    Marianne: "What is he like?"
    Eva: "He's funny and comforting and sexy to me."
    Marianne: "My ex-husband and I have zero in common and I was completely repulsed by him sexually." [phone rings] "Just a sec."
    Albert: [on Marianne's answering machine] "Marianne, please pick up the phone."
    Marianne: [on phone] "Albert, hi"

    At Marianne's house, Eva and Marianne talk about Eva's boyfriend, Albert, though Eva does not mention him by name. Unbeknownst to Eva, Albert is Marianne's ex-husband, something Eva soon learns.
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    You Can Completely Bitch to Me

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    Marianne: "I don't have anybody I can bitch to."
    Eva: "You can completely bitch to me."
    Marianne: "He was very clumsy in bed. He'd go on so many diets and then he would cheat and he has no friends."

    Eva puts herself in a tricky situation in giving Marianne permission to complain about Albert (without Marianne knowing Eva is dating him). She wants to stay friends with Marianne but also likes Albert too.
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    A Human TripAdvisor

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    Eva: "Remember that new client of mine? Well it turns out, she is Albert's ex-wife."
    Sarah: "Stop seeing her, please"

    Eva: "I have lost all perspective. I've been listening to this woman say the worst things about the guy that I'm starting to really like. She's like a human TripAdvisor."
    Sarah: "Albert is not a hotel."
    Eva: "If you could avoid staying at a bad one, wouldn't you?"
    Sarah: "Oh my god"

    Sarah advises Eva to stop seeing Marianne, knowing if Marianne found out that Eva was dating Albert that there would be trouble. Eva however see a positive in keeping both relationships active.
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    That Was Embarrassing

    Eva: "You know how many calories are in guacamole? I'm going to get you a calorie book."
    Sarah: "You're picking on him."
    Eva: "No, I'm not."
    Will: "You are."

    Albert: "That was embarrassing. Calorie boo?"
    Eva: "I'm not obviously going to buy you a calorie book."
    Albert: "Why do I feel like I just spent the evening with my ex-wife?"

    With the knowledge about Albert from Marianne, Eva begins to see Albert's faults (and points one out in front of friends). On the other hand, Albert is starting to see a bit of Marianne in Eva as well.
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