Although almost everything that happens on screen is done with considerable style and a morbid sense of humor, lack of overall point ultimately sinks the picture.
Jeff Bridges here plays the mild-mannered son-in-law of international credit card tycoon Ned Beatty. Called a loser by his boss and under the thumb of gorgeous wife Belinda Bauer, youth decides to turn the tables on them by assuming the guise of a gansterish tough-guy, then commencing to push them around to get his way.
Undeniable is William Richert’s visual flair and sometimes startling sense of the absurd.
Billed as ‘A William Richert-Larry Cohen Film’, pic was to have been helmed by Cohen, writer of the original story, and was known during production as The Ringer.
[Pic was later released in re-edited versions as American Success and Success.]