As the battered wife pushed to the edge by her abusive husband, the final fight sequence in Enough proves that J.Lo trained for this role, both physically and emotionally. (She also struts some decent dramatic moments.) But the rest of this Sleeping with the Enemy redux just doesn't offer, well, enough. Once and Again good guy/heartthrob Billy Campbell feels miscast as the abuser who gets it in the end, and the couple's backstory is way too rushed.
And once Lopez goes on the run with her child, there are plenty of plot points that just don't make any sense. So the question is: Is it worth sitting through a bad film for a good fight? Not really. (Just don't tell J.Lo we said that.)