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The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day (Director's Cut) [Blu-ray] (2013)

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  • Format: Blu-ray, Director's Cut, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures
  • Run Time: 138 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (462 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00CA4S37Q
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #225,779 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day is the much-anticipated sequel to the cult classic, The Boondock Saints. The film is the continuation of the cutting edge saga of the MacManus brothers (Norman Reedus, Sean Patrick Flanery). The two have been in deep hiding with their father, Il Duce (Billy Connolly). When word comes that a beloved priest has been killed by the mob, the brothers return and mount a violent and bloody crusade to bring justice to those responsible.

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124 of 158 people found the following review helpful
Format:DVD
This movie has been getting a lot of backlash from the fans of the first movie. People are saying that "It wasn't like the first one" or "It's ten years too late". I'm a fan of the first movie and I enjoyed this one immensely. Of course it isn't like the first one, but 10 years too late? Not to me. Duffy gave himself a decade to make a followup to the cult phenomenon and, well, 10 years later, he gave is possibly the greatest sequel to the first movie one could ask for.

Returning to the roles of the insanely badass McManus brothers are Sean Flanery and Norman Reedus, and boy, do they do great here. Also, in place of the lovable Paul Smecker is Julie Benz as Eunice Bloom, a sexy, funny, and smart FBI agent, who, in her words, is "so f--kin' smart, she makes other smart people feel like they're retarded" (she stays true to her word!). And also, Billy Connolly as the daddy, Il Duce. But, in place of David Della Rocco is Clifton Collins Jr. as Romeo, a HILARIOUS Mexican dude, whom, believe it or not, tops Rocco by a thousand! And believe me, the cast here is SPECTACULAR! Not a single disappointment.

It is 8 years later. The McManuses are living a quiet life on a farm in Ireland, and the brothers (albeit with hilarious long hair and beards). One night at dinner, a priest comes in and gives them the news: They're in trouble. A Boston priest has just been killed, and the killer had done all he can to make it look like the McManuses are responsible. Upon hearing of this, it's time to shave the beards and cut the hair, and jump on the boat back to Boston. On the boat, they meet Romeo, a hilarious and quirky Mexican dude who is interested in joining them. After a rough patch, he joins them, and the minute they are off the boat, they are a team of three.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars So worth the ten year wait! February 17, 2010
Format:DVD
This movie easily made my number one on the list of 2009's best titles. What instantly made me expect this movie to be great was that Ebert said it was awful. If the learnid and refined critics say its bad....then chances are its good. Everything that I loved about the first movie was brought back ten fold in All Saints Day. It was much longer, so there was room for a truly great story to develop. And the timing on all the humor was nearly perfect. One thing that I was really relieved about was that Romeo (Clifton Collins Jr) did NOT turn out to simply be a Rocco replacement. There are other characters and thier great performances but talking about them would spoil the plot. Bottom line: This movie is great! Period. And anyone who walked out ten minutes in has no right to bad mouth this movie since they didn't see it all the way through.
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19 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Format:Blu-ray
In 2000, "The Boondock Saints" which was written and directed by Troy Duffy received a limited release in only five theaters in one week. Critically panned, one would think the film would fade to obscurity. But this was not the case. Similar to Kevin Smith's "Clerks", "The Boondock Saints" amassed a huge underground following and had become a cult film grossing $50 million in domestic video sales.

The first film revolved around three Catholic Irish anti-heroes - Poppa (played by Bill Connolly) and his two fraternal twin sons Connor (played by Sean Patrick Flanery) and Murphy (played by Norman Reedus) MacManus who are vigilantes that take on the Russian mafia with their way and their style of vigilante payback.

A decade later, with the popularity of the first film, "The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day" is backed by Sony Pictures and given a nationwide theatrical release in 67 theaters and due to fan demand, more cities were added to the release. Once again, the critics were not so supportive of the film but yet the fans have once again come to support the film and the film made over $10 million in the box office but now Blu-ray and DVD release will be unleashed to the masses and I have no doubt that once again, "The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day" is going to do well.

In "The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day", eight years have passed and after the three men murdered Giuseppe "Papa Joe" Yakavetta (and countless members of the mafia).

When a priest was murdered, someone tries to frame the Saints and now the police (especially the Saint's friends on the inside) are worried that the Saints who have been quiet are back to cause more mayhem. The public is still divided on their feelings towards the Saints.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Severlly Disappointing April 10, 2010
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
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I have seen part one over 20 times. I cannot say that I will be watching this movie more than I have to. There was so much they could have done. The movie was quite cheesy and predictable. It's like they took the script of part one and rewrote the scenes but in different settings. For example, the best scene in part one is when they fight in the air-duct pipe and fall down hanging from the ropes. Part two, they fight in a wooden crate, it falls down and breaks open.
Then they had the dumb corny characters like the guy sunbathing in speedos, just stupid.
They tried to force us to love the characters, e.g. Detective Greenly, he's just annoying, very unlikeable character, when he died the other characters cried to a dramatic effect to make us love the character. It didn't work.
This was obvious when watching the extras, Troy Duffy talks about how he's buddies with the actor that played Greenly, so basically, he adapted the script to please his buddies. It's like he wrote the script with one purpose, to get-together, have fun and reminice over the first movie instead of focusing on a script that takes the second movie to another level. I honestly cannot believe the same writer wrote both movies.
Don't bother buying the movie, rent it watch it once and see what you think.
Troy Duffy you have murdered one of the greatest movies of all time.
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