Enough (2002)



Critic Consensus: Enough exploits the serious issue of spousal abuse to make an illogical, unintelligent thriller.

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Working class waitress Slim finds her life transformed when she marries wealthy contractor Mitch. She settles into an idyllic suburban life and seems to have everything she wants: loving husband, beautiful home, and Gracie, an adorable 5-year-old daughter. Her dream is shattered when she discovers her husband is anything but perfect. His abusive behavior forces her to go on the run, eluding an increasingly obsessive Mitch and his lethal henchmen. When, despite Slim's efforts to make a new life, Mitch finds her and threatens her again, she puts Gracie in safe keeping, toughens herself mentally and physically and sets out to prove to Mitch she's had enough.
PG-13 (for intense scenes of domestic violence, some sensuality and language)
Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Tessa Allen
as Gracie
Noah Wyle
as Robbie
Fred Ward
as Jupiter
Bill Cobbs
as Jim Toller
Louisa Abernathy
as Bank Teller
William Barillaro
as Bus Driver
Bruce A. Young
as Instructor
Bruce French
as Homeowner
Nikki Bokal
as Mitch's Young Blonde
David Brokhim
as Mustapha
Janet Carroll
as Mrs. Hiller
Brett Baxter Clark
as Construction Site Cop
Smadar Dishon
as Receptionist
Margaret Emery
as Jupiter's Blonde Girl
Tanya Fishburn
as Mitch's Assistant
Regan Forman
as Preschool Director
Kerri Higuchi
as Ticket Clerk
Jeff Kober
as FBI Agent
Dan Martin
as FBI Agent
Victor McCay
as Electronics Store Clerk
James Noah
as Mr. Hiller
John O'Brien
as Front Desk Clerk
Leif Riddell
as First Cop
Brent Sexton
as FBI Agent
Marie Stewart
as Waitress Lynne
Fern Ward
as Soup Server
Sandra Nelson Winkler
as Teacher Betty
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Critic Reviews for Enough

All Critics (123) | Top Critics (33)

Despite a story that starts off convincingly, this movie turns into melodramatic, revenge-crazy Hollywood mush.

July 20, 2002
Chicago Tribune
Top Critic

It's a loathsome movie, it really is and it makes absolutely no sense.

June 3, 2002
Ebert & Roeper
Top Critic

A very mechanical revenge fantasy that skirts every serious issue it raises along a slick, cynical trajectory.

Full Review… | June 1, 2002
L.A. Weekly
Top Critic

Enough trivializes an important crisis, reduces it to an almost comic embarrassment.

Full Review… | May 30, 2002
New York Observer
Top Critic

Works as long as it faces the horror of extreme male privilege, but dissipates quickly once Lopez begins over-preparing for a face-off with hand-to-hand combat training and calibrated techno-gadgetry.

May 28, 2002
Village Voice
Top Critic

Clumsy, obvious, preposterous, the movie will likely set the cause of woman warriors back decades.

May 26, 2002
New York Magazine/Vulture
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Audience Reviews for Enough


Movies about abusive husbands are no fun - neither are movies about impossible outcomes.

Red Lats
Red Lats

Super Reviewer

waitress Slim (Jennifer Lopez) thought she was entering a life of domestic bliss when she married Mitch (Billy Campbell) but after the arrival of their first child, her picture perfect life is completely shattered when she discovers her husband has a hidden dark side and he is controlling and very abusive~! terrified for her daughters life and her own she runs away with help from close friend ginny( juliet lewis) but mitch continually stalks her until finally she is forced to fight back........

 ♥Robyn  M♥
♥Robyn M♥

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Decent thriller was plenty of tension in it. Jennifer Lopez is good as the battered wife who fights back, as is Tessa Allen as her young daughter. It gets a bit tiresome towards the end, but overall pretty good.

Nicki Marie
Nicki Marie

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