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.
| Original Score: 3/5
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
Unpleasant exploitative B-movie.
| Original Score: C
| Original Score: 2/5