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Cinematronic by Michael Snyder
Film
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  Vulgar cinematronic
  director

Bryan Johnson

cast

Brian O'Halloran, Bryan Johnson, Jerry Lewkowitz, Jason Mewes, Kevin Smith

year

2001

rating rating cinematronic
  An impoverished clown who performs at children's birthday parties is caught in a whirlpool of sexual assault, extortion and revenge. Talk about your hard sells. "Vulgar," a low-budget, below-the-radar release directed by Bryan Johnson, comes from the production company behind writer/director Kevin Smith's films ("Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back," "Chasing Amy," "Clerks," etc.). That would give it a certain cachet, except for its repulsive mix of depraved "humor," underclass ugliness and unabashed violence. Brian O'Halloran ("Clerks") gives his all as Flappy the Clown, a well-meaning, ill-fated fellow with so many debts and such negligible success on the kiddie-party circuit that he decides to advertise in the personals as a joke act for bachelor parties. He figures he can hop out of a cake in full harlequin make-up, corset, fishnets and heels and shock the groom-to-be. But Flappy's first "adult" gig is almost his last. Cameos by Jason Mewes and Smith, A.K.A. Jay & Silent Bob, don't make this any less hideous.  
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