Domestic Disturbance Reviews

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January 8, 2002
A fog of by-the-numbers clichs, unbelievable coincidences, and blatant theft from Hitchcock.
November 28, 2001
At least it's not Battlefield: Earth II.
November 18, 2001
November 6, 2001
It's dire, unimaginative silliness.
November 4, 2001
Movies like Domestic Disturbance leave me dispirited. There's nothing likable, exciting, or intriguing about them.
November 3, 2001
It's big and dumb, all right -- the sort of thing you'd like to shoot with an elephant gun to put out of its misery.
November 2, 2001
Does a masterful job of building menace until about halfway through.
November 2, 2001
The most surprising thing about the movie is that somebody bothered to make it.
November 2, 2001
With domestic disturbances, someone calls the cops. With this DOA, someone had better call the coroner.
November 2, 2001
There are thrills and shocks to be had here.
November 2, 2001
A refreshingly unpretentious little thriller.
November 2, 2001
Since it purports to be a thriller, well, let's just say the edge of your seat doesn't exactly get a workout.
November 2, 2001
About as tense as a game of connect-the-dots.
November 2, 2001
The physical details are so unlikely they seem contrived even in a thriller.
November 2, 2001
Replacing suspense with formula, Domestic Disturbance doesn't make nearly the ripple it could have made.
November 2, 2001
It's all indifferently acted, sloppily directed and edited, and utterly ridiculous.
November 2, 2001
Mr. Travolta is a loose and open actor, full of energy and charm, but it is hard to think of anyone who has wasted so much talent in so many bad pictures.
November 2, 2001
Travolta plays the concerned, loving father with relaxed conviction and appeal. His performance deserves a better movie.
November 2, 2001
Domestic Disturbance isn't a great thriller, but it will suffice until one comes along.
November 2, 2001
The good news is that it runs a mere 89 minutes. The bad news is that it still seems too long.
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