The fact that The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day exists at all is due to the cult following thats grown up around The Boondock Saints original -- which, despite said cult following, was not actually very good. This sequel improves upon it only incrementally. Our fightin Irish avengers, Connor (Sean Patrick Flanery) and Murphy MacManus (Norman Reedus) start the movie hiding out as sheepherders in the Motherland, but are summoned back to Boston when a priests killing is pegged on them. Their return guarantees audiences plenty of racist, misogynistic, sacrilegious jokes, as well as blood, bullets, bad slow-mo shoot-outs, and religious iconography that stopped being offensive when everyone started doing it. Basically, a low-brow Quentin Tarantino knock-off (115 min.).
Director: Troy Duffy
Writer: Troy Duffy
Producer: Chris Brinker and Don Carmody
Cast: Julie Benz, Judd Nelson, Sean Patrick Flanery, Clifton Collins Jr., Norman Reedus, Billy Connolly, Peter Fonda, David Della Rocco, Bob Marley and Daniel DeSanto