The laughs keep coming, and the biggest one is always when existentialist Grant (Richard Anderson) barks to Troy Donahue-like Ron (Peter Brown), "Now cool it, you creep, and co-exist!"
A ridiculous piece of sixties hokum, but at least we get to look at Margret...
The film bristles with dramatic and prurient possibilities, only about ten percent of which are realized.
Unpleasant exploitative B-movie.
| Original Score: C
The path of the story is clear -- Forsyte is in over his head with this wildcat and the two of them are going to keep battling it out until one of them wins
| Original Score: 3/5
| Original Score: 2/5