Movie reviews: “Domestic Disturbance”

John Travolta has ended up in another dog of a movie, according to reviewers of Domestic Disturbance. But Roger Ebert in the Chicago Sun Times offers commiseration not to the actor, but to director Harold Becker: “If this is the best screenplay he could find to work on,” Ebert writes, “all I can do is quote Norman Jewison at this year’s Toronto Film Festival: “You wouldn’t believe the **** the studios want you to make these days.”