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Daniel Corleone's Movie Reviews (1781)

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The Boondock Saints 
The Boondock Saints review
2.5/4 stars

Irish brothers Connor (Sean Patrick Flanery) and Murphy McManus (Norman Reedus) kill mobsters for justice. FBI Special Agent Paul Smecker (Willem Dafoe) tries to unravel the mystery of the vigilante’s. The scene where the guy jumped off several storey’s high without injury and killing a mafia head in a court room, pointing a gun at a priest were a bit preposterous. Acting was suspect except for the brilliance of Dafoe. Lack of character development and depth in terms of the brothers reason for the massacres, which this reviewer feels was not delved into. Screenplay was mediocre since it involved shouting and swearing and lack of better lines. Direction, soundtrack and action sequences were well done. It tries to emulate styles of John Woo and Quentin Tarantino, which ultimately becomes a mocking imitation of sorts. Boondock Saints is a vulgar violent film which portrays that violence begets violence to attain justice, even if you’re a mafia boss from a different country.


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