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Actors: Willem Dafoe, Sean Patrick Flanery, Norman Reedus, Billy Connolly, Ron Jeremy Director: Troy Duffy Rating: Features: Collector's Edition, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, Widescreen, NTSC Running Time: 108 minutes Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1 Release Date: May 23, 2006 Theatrical Release Date: September 6, 2007 Studio: 20th Century Fox
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Explore the harrowing world of The Boondock Saints as never before in this Unrated Special Edition! Digitally remastered for extraordinary picture quality and exploding in 5.1 EX Dolby Surround Sound, this definitive two-disc edition of the cult phenomenon features deleted scenes, outtakes, two audio commentaries, a printable script and more!
Hot on the trail of the assailants behind the brutal murder of Russian thugs, FBI agent Paul Smecker Willem Dafoe is surprised to discover the killers are Irish twin brothers Sean Patrick Flanery and Norman Reedus who believe they've been chosen to rid the world of evil. But as they unleash more brutality on the criminals of Boston's underworld, Smecker finds himself torn between busting the vigilantes...and joining them!
Charismatic young stars Sean Patrick Flanery and Norman Reedus play two Irish brothers, Connor and Murphy, who believe themselves ordained by God to rid the world of evil men. Their first killing is in self-defense; but after that, they start killing with devotion, gunning down a summit of the Russian mafia. Willem Dafoe plays a gay FBI agent he listens to opera while examining crime scenes who knows what the boys are doing but feels that their vigilante tactics are necessary. There's not much plot to The Boondock Saints--it's mostly a series of violent scenes in which the boys are partially ingenious and partially lucky. The movie seems to want to provoke debate about vigilantism, but the scenario is too implausible to stir any real controversy. The peculiar mix of earnestness and machismo will not appeal to everyone, but it's certainly unique and may acquire a cult following. --Bret Fetzer