A theory: If "Miss You Already" were French or even Italian, it would be considered profound or lovingly observational. As it is American, "Miss You Already" runs the risk of being demoted to a "chick flick" or a "disease of the week" TV movie. It handily transcends both of the latter.
Not enough good can be said about "Enough Said." It is, in many ways, a perfect romantic comedy, well written, expertly directed and edited, finely cast and admirably played by the actors in the ensemble.
"The Way Way Back's" opening scene finds fourteen-year-old, dorky Duncan in the farthest back seat of an old-fashioned station wagon, facing backwards, a perfect metaphor for his progress toward happiness. Duncan will have to back in on it, and darn if he doesn't even though his Cape Cod summer vacation looks like a nightmare in the making.