Talk:Enough (film)

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RfC[edit]

Should criticism of this movie's advocation of lawlessness, self-righteous hedonistic deception and aggression, and the 2-wrongs-make-a-right belief be noted, or should they be forbidden from inclusion under the belief that they are 'crap' or some other discreditting description? LawAndOrder 13:06, 9 January 2006 (UTC)

"It could be argued that..." is a clumsy way to start a sentence, even more so right at the beginning of an article. Before we even know what "Enough" is, we're plunged into someone's opinion of it. But I think you can legitimately have a "Criticism" section later. You might call it "Reviewers' Opinions". Find some professional critics who say how awful the movie is, quote them, and cite your sources. Or better yet, link to them if you can. BrianH123 05:15, 10 January 2006 (UTC)
What in the world are you talking about? The Criticism section WAS in a separate section, not at the beginning of the article, and it DID NOT begin with "It could be argued that..." LawAndOrder 16:28, 10 January 2006 (UTC)
I'm talking about this:[1] "It could be argued that..." is in the second sentence of the article. I see though that you didn't write it. Someone else did. BrianH123 17:11, 10 January 2006 (UTC)

Unless the movie sparked some sort of national debate, engendered a social phenomena or used viewer responses as some sort of publicity stunt I can't imagine how personal responses would be appropriate for the article, movies come out all the time that appear to advocate behavior that would be illegal and offensive to some peoples morality, I don't think a single example that was not even particularly popular or controversial should be singled out 13 January ET— Preceding unsigned comment added by 128.192.81.18 (talk) 19:17, 13 January 2006 (UTC)

Visiting response[edit]

This article is little more than a plot summary. It could grow in other directions. Has someone with legal, sociological, or domestic violence expertise critiqued it? If so, quote them. Otherwise the disputed insertion smacks of original research. This belongs in a separate section after the plot description. Regards, Durova 07:27, 11 January 2006 (UTC)

The Movie Poster and infobox[edit]

Someone please put a movie cover and a detail in an info-box for the movie.— Preceding unsigned comment added by Yoursvivek (talkcontribs) 18:18, 28 February 2006 (UTC)

Stub tags/Cleanup[edit]

This article lacks information and content compared to other film articles on Wikipedia. It lacks an infobox, movie poster/DVD cover image and is badly organized. Therefore, I've added apropriate stub tags to the article and left the cleanup tag that was already part of the article. S3BST3R 05:42, 30 July 2006 (UTC)

Plot summary[edit]

At about 1500 words, the plot summary had been tagged as overlong. I've trimmed it to a nice and neat 400 word summary. --Tony Sidaway 21:41, 27 January 2008 (UTC)

"if he hits her, hold on to his voice and awaken when he is about to attack or kick her"[edit]

That makes no grammatical sense. What was intended to be said here?
--Atikokan (talk) 19:31, 30 November 2013 (UTC)