The War Between Men and Women1972
The War Between Men and Women (1972)
Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.
The War Between Men and Women Photos
as Peter Edward Wilson
as Theresa Alice Kozlenko
as Stephen Kozlenko
as Howard Mann
as Linda Kozlenko
as David Kozlenko
as Dr. Harris
as Caroline Kozlenko
as Mrs. Schenker
as Elderly Woman
as Florist Delivery Man
as Old Hag
as Large Gentleman
as Woman At Literary Tea
as Woman at Literary Tea
as Manhattan Policeman
Critic Reviews for The War Between Men and Women
[W]hat differentiates [The War Between Men and Women] from the Knocked Ups of the world is how uproarious the funny parts get, in part because they're so daringly nasty, and how authentic and well-earned the ending seems by comparison.
Audience Reviews for The War Between Men and Women
Jack Lemmon tries his best to warm us up to this ever-so-cynical, dyed-in-the-wool cynic, but its an all uphill job as he plays a cartoonist interrupted by love. I kept asking myself why does Harris' character put up with him? The story here seems all over the place and perhaps there were too many cooks on the job. Whatever, save this uncomfortable-to-watch bit for a rain day. And the James Thurber connection is best left forgotten.
A predictable romantic comedy with a couple of good actors. It's a pretty modern story, for it's time, and the "battle of the sexes" type story is sort of interesting. Overall it's just okay.
The War Between Men and Women Quotes
|Terry Kozlenko:||"Forgive me for taking your time, Mr. Wilson, all I can say is no man with a normal sex drive could draw a woman like that."|
|Terry Kozlenko:||Forgive me for taking your time, Mr. Wilson, all I can say is no man with a normal sex drive could draw a woman like that.|
|Peter Wilson:||"Sore loser!!"|
|Peter Wilson:||Sore loser!|