Enough Said appears in an aspect ratio of approximately 1.85:1 on this Blu-ray Disc. This was a consistently pleasing presentation.
Overall sharpness seemed solid. A couple of wide shots looked a smidgen soft, but those were the exception to the rule, as the majority of the flick was accurate and detailed. No issues with jagged edges or shimmering occurred, and I noticed no edge haloes. Source flaws were absent, as the movie looked consistently clean.
When I go into a modern action movie, I expect orange and teal. When I enter a current-day romantic comedy, I anticipate a golden tint, and that’s exactly what I found here. Some scenes varied this palette but the amber feel dominated. Within those parameters, the hues were positive. Blacks seemed deep and dark, while shadows showed good smoothness and clarity. I felt happy with the transfer.
As for the DTS-HD MA 5.1 soundtrack of Enough Said, it lacked a ton of ambition. The soundfield focused on music and ambience, though it opened up on occasion. For instance, street scenes became a little more involving. Nothing especially memorable occurred, though.
Audio quality was fine. Speech seemed natural and concise, without edginess or other issues. Music offered good clarity and range, and effects worked well enough. They didn’t have much to do, but they appeared reasonably accurate. All of this ended up as a perfectly satisfactory soundtrack for this sort of movie.
Only a few extras fill out the disc. Second Takes lasts six minutes and offers a blooper reel. Don’t expect much more than the usual goofs and giggles, though we get a few improv lines.
Five Promotional Featurettes follow. We find “Cast” (5:58), “Story” (3:31), “Meet Eva and Albert” (2:36), “Nicole Holofcener” (3:08) and “Julia” (3:00). Across these, we hear from writer/director Nicole Holofcener, producers Stefanie Azpiazu and Anthony Bregman, and actors Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Toni Collette, Tracey Fairaway, Tavi Gevinson, Eve Hewson, Catherine Keener and Ben Falcone. We get notes about cast, characters and performances, story areas, and Holofcener’s inspirations and point of view.
I don’t expect a lot from promotional pieces, and I can’t say these five reels offer a great deal of information. That said, they do give us a decent number of thoughts about the film. You’ll have to dig through lots of movie clips and praise to get through them, but the featurettes are a little better than usual.
The disc opens with ads for Baggage Claim, Romeo & Juliet and At Middleton. Sneak Peek includes those promos as well as a clip for The Way Way Back. We also find the trailer for Enough Said.
With Enough Said, we get a decent romantic comedy. It doesn’t do enough right to make it a consistent winner, but it offers reasonable entertainment much of the time. The Blu-ray delivers very good visuals with acceptable audio and a small set of bonus materials. Nothing here impresses but the movie ends up as a watchable affair.