Aroview: Skewed relationship comedy has an aspirant young couple (Aniston, Vaughn) split up but continue to wrangle and feud over the condo they refuse to relinquish to the other and still cohabit.
Darker than predicted, this creates some cringingly convincing squabbles as the two try and best the other: Vaughn by taking up a permanent vacation on the couch and refusing to attend to any domestic chores; Aniston by humiliating him in front of friends and trying to arouse his jealousy. While underlaid with some convincing pathos, this anti-romcom is a little too sour compared to similar flimic stabs, such as WAR OF THE ROSES.
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2 stars (Good Try) If you can put up with a thousand words a minute from V V then this will have some appeal to those tired of paint by numbers rom coms. Highlight is a bit piece from the great Judy Davis.~tubbs