|Leonard Maltin/Plot synopsis:
The saga of a marriage that goes sour, to say the least; when Douglas and Turner can't agree on a property settlement in their divorce proceedings, war breaks out in (and over) their exquisitely appointed house. As satiric commentary on yuppie materialism, this very black comedy scores a bull's-eye--for about an hour. Then it continues for nearly an hour more as the couple grows increasingly vicious and irrational, literally destroying their home. Some people loved this film (the stars are perfect), so obviously it's a matter of taste. DeVito's odd point of view and wild camera angles are an asset throughout.