The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day

The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day

Skillfully framed by an unknown enemy for the murder of a priest, wanted vigilante MacManus brothers Murphy and Connor must come out of hiding on a sheep farm in Ireland to fight for justice in Boston.

For the last 8 years the brothers have been living with their father on a sheep farm deep in isolated Ireland. One day their uncle tells them that they have been framed for the murder of a Bostonian Catholic priest. The boys must return to Boston to not only clear their names but find the men who framed them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Filippos R (fr) wrote: Completely charming and entirely addictive, the loose plot doesn't make this movie stand up as much as it should. On the other hand, its rare that a movie nowadays makes you care if someone dies, so this movie IS worth checking out

Carlos M (us) wrote: This decent and tense horror movie is well paced and relies on a good cast to turn a rather silly premise into something surprisingly terrifying. It is only a shame, though, that it ends with such an unsatisfying conclusion (I prefer the alternative ending).

Adam L (jp) wrote: Alternating between cacophonies of tone Dennis Law's romantic street fighting drama "Fatal Contact" is either too saccharine to stomach or too bleak to fully digest. The film's strengths are two of its primary actors: former Beijing Wushu Team member Jacky Wu Jing, who makes for a pleasing lead with a natural martial arts prowess and obnoxious comic Ronald Cheng in a likeable turn, here, as a low ranking rascal with a knack for street magic and impromptu mooching. Frequent Milkyway player Lam Suet is wasted in a hollow supporting role as a triad fight promoter.

Damian H (mx) wrote: Another great little film to come out of SA - Natalie plays a woman haunted by the events that surrounded her older sister disapearing. The story does move a little slow but I think this works well with the complex story line and helps the viewer take everything in. Also, its always great to see local backdrops with this film shot in Semaphore, Grange and Woodville.

Andrew M (au) wrote: It's evident that Lady in the Water would become the start of M. Night Shyamalan's downfall of sorts. The film sits as an awkward medium between Shyamalan's more acclaimed works (The Sixth Sense, Unbreakable) and his more negatively received works (The Happening, The Last Airbender). Shyamalan's idea of a fantastical fairy tale world colliding with reality has promise on paper, and occasionally on screen, but the many facets of this story are often times lost in its convoluted storytelling. It certainly doesn't help that the cast is stoic and emotionless for the most part, seeming to serve as little more than the tropes needed for the climax; one character in particular, an (un)intentionally self-aware and pompous movie critic, is notably cringeworthy. The exception to this is Paul Giamatti, who provides a refreshing amount of charisma and, in the aforementioned climax, emotion amid the rest of the stone-faced cast. There's fascinating ideas dealing with faith and imagination within Lady in the Water, but Shyamalan never dives deep enough (pun intended) into them; it's interesting to note that Guillermo del Toro would cover these same themes in a much more impactful film released the same year, Pan's Labyrinth. For someone infamously hailed as "The Next Spielberg," Shyamalan failed to realize that a more emotional, Spielbergian take on this material could've done wonders.

Alex W (kr) wrote: A very 90's 50's gangster squad movie. pretty crazy cast and semi interesting story but all the pieces dont come together well.

STCENTERPRISE (de) wrote: I enjoyed the musical score in this film. I think it has to do with the fact that it was about a church environment so it has a very holly sound in the music. I thought the angles were interesting and I liked how they were used in the film. I liked how the beginning connected to the end. I liked the symbolism in this film. I thought it was interesting you have two sides who look for the truth the religion and the police yet they collide showing where there loyalties lie. There was one scene that stood out where Hitchcock did a great job. You see the criminal who is worried that the priest will tell on him to the police. You then see him get a pistol thinking right then that he will kill the priest. Next you see the priest walking to a police officer guiding traffic. Any moment you think that the priest will be shot and the music is guiding you to assume it will happen but he passes him and does not get shoot.I thought it was interesting how the priest never reviled clues to the police about the murder. The film showed how even when being convicted himself he still remained loyal to his vowels even when he was being convicted of crime he did not convict similar to Jesus to the cross which worked for a great metaphor. I also liked the architecture and locations for the film. If it was not for the fact that the film quickly reviles the location being in Quebec Canada I would have suspected the film took place somewhere in Europe like England, France, or Italy which would reflect the architecture. I think it's interesting how I can quickly tell what period of time the film takes place just based on the cars driving by. The actors were great in this film and were very convincing. I liked how the main priest showed very little emotion on his face as he was a priest.

Blake B (de) wrote: Under-Rated. Personally I don't understand why people seem to dislike this movie, I thought it was hilarious. I think some people took this too seriously, you gotta just have fun with it.

Yana C (au) wrote: A great idea for what could have been an engaging story, is completely destroyed by terrible acting and awful cinematography, for goodness sake don't spend money on this film.

Dre C (gb) wrote: On Stranger Tides was not that bad but wasn't good either. I still enjoyed seeing Captain Jack Sparrow but the plot was okay. I hope on the next pirate movie they do a better job.

Joel H (kr) wrote: The Saratov Approach does a good job of presenting this true story in a realistic manner without embellishing too much for the big screen. There are moments of genuine suspense in this movie, but it also crosses the cheesy line a few times. The acting is well done, even if the two main actors look closer to 30 years old than 20 years old. This is probably the best LDS film in years.

Ian R (it) wrote: Pretty typical film noir plot, but done well with a solid cast and menacing soundtrack ala Cape Fear. Worth checking out.