In one of James Gandolfini's final roles, he plays a man romancing Julia Louis-Dreyfus's masseuse character, Eva. The catch is that Eva realizes that he's actually the ex-husband of her new friend and client (Catherine Keener), who's telling her all the downsides of her new boyfriend. The premise is pretty screwball, but the execution is wickedly funny, thanks to the script by director Nicole Holofcener — and the on-point delivery by Louis-Dreyfus. The movie is also relatable and has tons of heart, which largely comes from Gandolfini. It's a lovely way to say goodbye.