This movie is beyond awful. The only movie Jennifer Lopez was somewhat good in was "Selina" and that is not really a compliment. It is a story of a waitress who meets the guy of her dreams and marries him. A few years and an annoying little girl later, JLO finds out that her husband is cheating on her with some French woman and confronts him about it, but instead of stopping the cheating he gives JLO a punch in the jaw, and acts like a total skitzo through out the movie. One minute he is a the nice guy, next he is this wife beating, chauvinist jerk. "OH BROTHER", can this movie get anymore comicbooky with this man's character changing in a blink of an eye with NO EXPLANATION WHAT SO EVER, wait, it can. After she escapes the man with her daughter, she looks for her rich father who abandoned her and her mother years ago because her husband is after her and his daughter. She finds him, and some after-school-special crap happens.Daddy dearest feels sorry for JLO and instead of getting her some security guards and high priced lawyers for a divorce, he high tech's her up with watches that spray some sort of mace, and have her trained in Krav Maga which she becomes an expert in about 3 weeks, "GIVE ME A BREAK". Then she realizes she can't take anymore crap from her husband, so she sets him up by breaking into his house, getting rid of his guns and knifes, and placing letters around the house saying some crap about him beating her, or some foolishness like that. She waits until he comes home, and the end turns into the climax of Jet Li's film, "The One" with all these combat moves and junk like that, and she kills him. After "Sleeping with the Enemy" oh excuse me, "Eye for an Eye" oh excuse me again, "Enough" ended, I realized I just wasted 115 minutes of my life with this stupid crap. JLO if you aren't going to do a proper movie, don't act. I know you acted before you sang, but face it, you are worse than Freddie Prinze Jr. in picking out a good script. Stick with singing and dancing.
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Enough (2002) 1080p
After running away fails, a terrified woman (Jennifer Lopez) empowers herself in order to battle her abusive husband (Billy Campbell).
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The Synopsis for Enough (2002) 1080p
An abused woman discovers that the dream man she married isn't who she thought he was. She and her daughter try to escape (aided by her previous boyfriend), but he pursues her relentlessly. Fearing also for the safety of her daughter, she decides that there's only one way out of the marriage: kill him.
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The Reviews for Enough (2002) 1080p
More cliche's than "Glitter".Reviewed byironbutterflyVote: 7/10
I appreciate a good "bad movie". If a movie is bad enough, it can be fun to watch. This movie, however, is SO bad that you can't even enjoy it's awfulness. I mean seriously. I'm *very* patient for bad movies, in many cases i love them, but this may very well be the absolute worst movie I've ever seen, and not just because of the terrible supporting actors.
In all sincerity, pornography typically has better writing and directing than this, and the plot makes more sense. The real paradox about this film; despite being disorganized and random, it somehow manages to be totally predictable.
For those who haven't seen it, the basic plot is that a WONDERFUL guy marries j-lo and gives her everything she wants. 5 years into the marriage, his pager goes off, and she looks at the number instantly comes to the conclusion that he's cheating on her. She decides to leave in the middle of the night while he's asleep in the room, rather than during the hours and hours he's away during the daytime. So he decides to kick j-lo in the face a bunch of times, which doesn't leave a scratch on her. The rest of the movie is basically him pursuing her.
So she runs away, and he chases after her, trying VERY visibly and publicly to kill her. By "publicly" i mean doing things like... knocking down total strangers to run up to a bus she's on, then pounding on the side of the bus while screaming something to the effect of "I AM GOING TO KILL YOU AS SOON AS I CATCH YOU BITCH"... or kicking in hotel room doors... or sending goons to vandalize the place she's living at, who delight us by delivering gripping and thrilling lines like "Hey Bitch, do you know what it feels like to die because you are so stupid?". In fact, i think the word "bitch" occurs once for every 3 spoken lines.
The characters fail to achieve even a meager 2 dimensions; even cartoon villains are more conflicted than these characters. The "bad guys" (i.e. men) are 100% evil and unremorseful, and the "good guys" (i.e. girls) are perfect and pure in their motivations.
If you enjoyed this movie, be sure to also catch Troll 2 and Panic Room and Road Rage. I enjoy terrible movies, but this was just above and beyond terrible.
I have heard so much of how trashy this film is. The reason why I watched it was because I was told of the unintentional laughter that it would provide...and it does. I'm not laughing at the theme it pretends to deal with (marital abuse) but rather at the way it was made, that includes the horrendous acting, the insipid writing and the 'amateurness' of it. Even TV movies have better portrayed the theme of marital abuse. 'Enough' is as clichéd as they get. The writing is just so bad and predictable and the whole theme is dealt with in such a filmy and pretentious way that 'Enough' qualifies as a B-grade film. There is no character development. Jennifer Lopez seems to have been losing the little acting talent (that was apparent in films like 'Selena' and 'Out of Sight'). Thankfully, she's back in form in the later released 'An Unfinished Life'. To be a little fair to Lopez, the camera seems more concerned about her hot physique. Billy Campbell plays the clichéd abusive dad. Juliette Lewis does well in an insignificant role. Her choice of films reflects why her career is fading. Noah Wyle does well as a scumbag cop. Then there's that child actress who's one of the many annoying young actors. A fellow user rightfully labelled her 'potatoface'. Her overdone cuteness is cringeworthy e.g. the 'taint' is 'paint' reference (some obvious weak symbolism thrown into it). It is after all director Apted's fault to not be able to make a worthy film that deals with marital abuse in a mature way rather than insult the viewer's intelligence.