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The Boondock Saints (4-Aug-1999)

Director: Troy Duffy

Writer: Troy Duffy

Music Composed by: Jeff Danna

Producers: Elie Samaha; Lloyd Segan; Robert Fried; Chris Brinker

Keywords: Crime, Vigilante

Eccentric FBI detective Paul Smecker tracks a pair of Irish-Catholic twin brothers acting as vigilantes pursuing the eradication of the Russian Mafia from the streets of Boston. Includes some absurd over-the-top scenes, so be prepared to frequently suspend disbelief. Followed by a sequel, The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day (2009).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kevin Chapman
Actor
?   Det. Fusco on Person of Interest
Billy Connolly
Comic
24-Nov-1942   Scottish comedian
Willem Dafoe
Actor
22-Jul-1955   Last Temptation of Christ
Jeanna Fine
Pornstar
29-Sep-1964   Sleeping Booty
Sean Patrick Flanery
Actor
1-Oct-1965   The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles
Ron Jeremy
Pornstar
12-Mar-1953   The Hedgehog
Dot Jones
Actor
4-Jan-1964   Shannon Beiste on Glee
Norman Reedus
Actor
6-Jan-1969   Gossip
Carlo Rota
Actor
17-Apr-1961   Little Mosque on the Prairie

CAST

Willem Dafoe   ...   Paul Smecker
Sean Patrick Flanery   ...   Connor MacManus
Norman Reedus   ...   Murphy MacManus
David Della Rocco   ...   Rocco
Billy Connolly   ...   Il Duce
David Ferry   ...   Det. Dolly
Brian Mahoney   ...   Det. Duffy
Bob Marley   ...   Det. Greenly
Richard Fitzpatrick   ...   The Chief
William Young   ...   Monsignor
Robert Pemberton   ...   Macklepenny
Bill Craig   ...   McGerkin
Dot Jones   ...   Rosengurtle
Scott Griffith   ...   Ivan Checkov
Layton Morrison   ...   Vladdy
James Binkley   ...   Officer Newman
Matthew Chaffee   ...   Officer Chaffey
Robert Vernon Eaton   ...   Officer Langley
Kym Kristalie   ...   Beat-Up Woman
Gerard Parkes   ...   Doc
Peter Windrem   ...   Reporter #1
Elizabeth Brown   ...   Reporter #2
Jeffrey R. Smith   ...   Bartender
Johnathan Higgins   ...   Officer Mitchell
Anthony Chrysostom   ...   Judge
Lizz Alexander   ...   Virginal Woman
Derek Murchie   ...   Media Man #1
Robert B. Kennedy   ...   Media Man #2
Carlo Rota   ...   Yakavetta
Ron Jeremy   ...   Vincenzo Lipazzi
Tom Barnett   ...   Irish Gun Dealer
Glenn Marc Silot   ...   Rueben
Victor Pedtchenko   ...   The Fat Man
Lauren Piech   ...   Donna
Gina Sorell   ...   Rayvie
Jeanna Fine   ...   Dancer
Sergio Di Zio   ...   Oly
Angelo Tucci   ...   Vinnie
Jimmy Tingle   ...   The Priest
Dick Callahan   ...   Sal
Morris Santia   ...   Drug Dealer
Carmen DiStefano   ...   Augustus
Darren Marsman   ...   Pimp
Christopher Flockton   ...   Mr. Cobb
Roberta Angelica   ...   Forensic Woman #1
Markus Parilo   ...   Sick Mob Man
Gary Nicholson   ...   Correctional Officer
Joe Pingue   ...   Geno
Kevin Chapman   ...   Chappy
Nicholas Pasco   ...   Hojo
Pat Riccio   ...   Mafia Man
Chris Brinker   ...   Mafioso #1
Don Carmody   ...   Mafioso #2

REVIEWS

Review by banion48 (posted on 6-Apr-2005)

Boondock Saints has launched itself to cult classic status since it came out in 1999. Not popular, initially, it has gone the way of Rocky Horror Picture Show for fans of action, glory and humor. It stars two lovable Irish brothers who live quiet lives in Boston. But when their local bar becomes the financial victim of the Russian maffia they turn into heroes. From that point on they fight crime, kind of like super heroes, but without the costumes or the fancy gizmos. Instead they have their bumbling good luck, charm, and an arsenal of under the table weapons. Taking on mafiosa evil becomes their penchant, and they are dubbed the Boondock Saints. Willem Dafoe is also in this, and he is awesome, as usual. Its a must-see for anyone who likes him as an actor, and for anyone who exists in the 20-30 year old crowd.


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