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Up for the Downstroke
Written by George Clinton (as George Clinton Jr.), Bootsy Collins (as William 'Bootsy' Collins),
Bernard G. Worrell & Clarence Haskins
Performed by Parliament
Courtesy of The Island/Def Jam Music Group
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Do you like really inventive comedy or do you love "the wedding crashers", if the answer is the latter stop reading now. I can't believe this movie is not higher rated. Basically Meadows plays a character not unlike Austin Powers.There are so many inventive moments in this gagorama. From crudity - Leon playing with himself on the porch, the ex boyfriend tricked into eating . . Oh well. To inspired lunacy- clown sex , the Broadway routine, the voice over. Meadows is great as the childish, but very sweet natured Leon. Some great lines "don't blame the wang" "freaky deaky sex world" too many. . . Why this movie wasn't huge is a mystery. Great comedy.
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