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Leon, like the androgynous Pat and the perky Mary Katherine, is funny for about five minutes (this, of course, is no reason to stop the presses). Alas, the movie runs for another 82 minutes, most of them devoid of laughs because Meadows, also the writer, doesn't know what he's doing when it comes to creating a full-length script rather than a comic vignette.Even though the movie has at least four plot lines, Leon remains a character in search of a story. Ideally, the yarn would take full advantage of the polyester playboy's insatiable libido. This one forces the Courvoisier-sipping, skirt-chasing, Afro-wigged hero to rethink his priorities, perhaps even settle down, move to the suburbs and have kids.Leon, a late-night talk-radio host, is fired when the station manager finally gets fed up with his misguided, raunchy advice to the lovelorn. His spunky producer, Julie (Karyn Parsons of "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air"), also gets the ax, but for unfathomable reasons insists that they remain a team. When they finally find jobs at a Christian station, Leon can't contain himself while interviewing a nun who is seeking a missionary position in Bangkok. So out they both go again.Leon is running out of options when he receives a letter, signed "Sweet Thing," from a wealthy former conquest who is begging him to return to her bed. That turns out to be a dangerous invite, and very soon a gang of cuckolded husbands, led by "SNL" veteran Will Ferrell as a closeted gay wrestler, have banded together to avenge themselves on Leon. In retrospect, perhaps it should come as no surprise that this involves desperate production numbers and show tunes. Well, it fills the time and, however outlandish and homophobic, it's much superior to another nasty butt joke."The Ladies Man" (87 minutes, at area theaters) is rated R for sexual situations, vulgar language and nudity.
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Nicholson, who is possibly the most interesting new movie actor since James Dean, carries the film, and his scenes with Ann-Margret are masterfully played. Art Garfunkel tends to be a shade transparent, although not to the degree that the film suffers, and Candice Bergen is very good, but in the kind of role she plays too often, the sweet-bitchy-classy college girl.
The determined Madison had for several years insatiably studied history and political theory searching for a solution to the political and economic dilemmas he saw plaguing America. The Virginian's labors convinced him of the futility and weakness of confederacies of independent states. America's own government under the Articles of Confederation, Madison was convinced, had to be replaced. In force since 1781, established as a "league of friendship" and a constitution for the 13 sovereign and independent states after the Revolution, the articles seemed to Madison woefully inadequate. With the states retaining considerable power, the central government, he believed, had insufficient power to regulate commerce. It could not tax and was generally impotent in setting commercial policy it could not effectively support a war effort. It had little power to settle quarrels between states. Saddled with this weak government, the states were on the brink of economic disaster. The evidence was overwhelming. Congress was attempting to function with a depleted treasury; paper money was flooding the country, creating extraordinary inflation--a pound of tea in some areas could be purchased for a tidy $100; and the depressed condition of business was taking its toll on many small farmers. Some of them were being thrown in jail for debt, and numerous farms were being confiscated and sold for taxes.
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