The War of the Roses
Barbara and Oliver Rose started out as young lovebirds, ready to scrimp and save and struggle their way toward a rosy future. But by the time that future arrived, bringing with it two kids, two pets, two cars and a big house with a lighted, glassed-in shoe closet, they hated each other like poison. Once their battle is underway, no holds are barred. It becomes a deliriously mean-spirited free-for-all in which nothing--not the pets, not the shoes, not the cars and certainly not themselves--is sacred.
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Perhaps better remembered now for this work's feature film adaptation, Adler here traces the initial romance, failed marriage, and bitter divorce of Oliver and Barbara Rose. Though their actions ... Read full review