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The Boondock Saints


Norman Reedus, Sean Patrick Flanery, Willem Dafoe, David Della Rocco View All


Troy Duffy (Director), Troy Duffy (Writer) View All

Release: Jan. 22nd, 1999
Runtime: 1 hour, 48 minutes
With a God-inspired moral obligation to act against evil, twin brothers Conner and Murphy set out to rid Boston of criminals. However, rather than working within the system, these Irish Americans decide to take swift retribution into their own hands.
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The Gunslinger45
I think part of that is my family has very strong conservative leanings (for the most part, the Chicago part of the family is full of libs).
It's a fun film and I can fully understand it's appeal, just a shame for me that the leads, who are both of partly Irish ancestry themselves, couldn't have been written as just that and use accents that come more naturally to them.
The profanity actually feels overused, despite this film not having much more than a typical Tarantino film.


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