I love Autumn. The weather turns crisp, the lawn doesn’t need mowing every week and the movies become so much better. Case in point: “Enough Said,” a sweet, funny film about adult relationships, starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus and the late (and sorely missed) James Gandolfini. The movie is dedicated to him at the end.
Written and directed by Nicole Holofcener (“Please Give,” “Lovely and Amazing”), “Enough Said” is set in the pleasant suburbs of Los Angeles, where Eva (Louis-Dreyfus) plies her trade as a massage therapist, hauling her bulky equipment around in a Prius.