"Enough" is a 2002 American thriller film directed by Michael Apted and starring Jennifer Lopez in the lead role. The film follows the story of Slim, played by Lopez, a working-class waitress who falls in love with and marries wealthy contractor Mitch, played by Billy Campbell. However, Slim's fairy-tale life turns into a nightmare when she discovers that her husband is abusive and controlling.
After suffering years of abuse, Slim decides to take matters into her own hands and leave her husband, taking their daughter Gracie with her. But Mitch is not willing to let Slim go, and he hires private detectives to track her down. Slim realizes that she cannot outrun Mitch and his associates forever and decides to take self-defense classes and train in combat in order to protect herself and her daughter.
The film culminates in a final showdown between Slim and Mitch, where she must use her newly acquired skills to fight for her life and the safety of her daughter.
"Enough" received mixed reviews from critics, with some praising Lopez's performance and the film's message about domestic abuse, while others criticized its predictability and lack of depth. However, it was a commercial success, grossing over $51 million worldwide. The film was also notable for bringing attention to the issue of domestic abuse and sparking discussions about ways to address it.