Our critic's movie selections for the weekend

Julia Louis-Dreyfus (left) is Eve and James Gandolfini is Albert in "Enough Said," with Eve Hewson as Albert's daughter, Tess.

Enough Said. Julia Louis-Dreyfus and James Gandolfini are divorced parents, each with a college-bound daughter, who meet, date, and take to each other. Then the trouble begins. A smart, funny, heartbreaking movie from hugely talented writer-director Nicole Holofcener. PG-13

Inequality for All. A must-see documentary about America's widening income gap and shrinking middle class. If a movie crammed front-to-back with bad news, woeful statistics, and glaring injustice can be considered inspiring, well, then, this one - starring the diminutive, indefatigable economist and former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich - is that movie. PG

Rush. Ron Howard's epic, exhilarating race-car movie, about the legendary rivalry between 1970s Formula One champions James Hunt, a swaggering Brit, and Niki Lauda, a rigorously fussy Austrian. It's a ride. R