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The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day (2009)

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The MacManus brothers are living a quiet life in Ireland with their father, but when they learn that their beloved priest has been killed by mob forces, they go back to Boston to bring justice to those responsible and avenge the priest.



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For the last 8 years the brothers have been living with their father on a sheep farm deep in isolated Ireland. One day their uncle tells them that they have been framed for the murder of a Bostonian Catholic priest. The boys must return to Boston to not only clear their names but find the men who framed them. Written by "Kilt Boy" Sterling Morrison

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for bloody violence, language and some nudity | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

11 December 2009 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Angeloi timoroi 2: I ekdikisi arhizei  »

Box Office


$8,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$546,687 (USA) (30 October 2009)


$10,269,307 (USA) (12 February 2010)

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Did You Know?


Gerard Parkes's last film. He reprises his role from The Boondock Saints (1999) as "Doc," ironically the same name as the iconic character he played for years in family friendly projects with The Muppets. See more »


During the shootout replay at the bar, with Eunice walking down the middle of the mobsters, you can see the blood packs behind several of the guys' shirts and the mini-explosions that go off when they are triggered. See more »


Eunice: I am a FBI agent controlling this investigation from within in order to ensure that you gentlemen never see the inside of a prison cell. Now I am conspiring with 3 like minded individuals who have aided you in the past though I have yet to inform them of my agenda because, well a girl's got to have her fun.
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In Loving Memory of Jimi "Fat Hand" Jackson See more »


Written by Miguel Czachowski
Performed by Indialucia
Courtesy of Rasa Music
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Not quite what I had hoped for after 10 years, but good none the less
1 November 2009 | by (Culver City, California) – See all my reviews

For those of us who have been cult fans of the original, the last ten years have been a long ten. It was only a short while after the first film that they announced a sequel, but that sequel never came about. Then, finally, after all this time, here we are with All Saints Day, and it's a film that should entertain most, if not all fans. Unfortunately, it isn't quite the sequel I had hoped for.

Saints II picks up with the Saints having moved to Ireland after their vigilante spree throughout Boston. When a priest is killed in Boston, the Saints return to find the killer and take out everyone involved. The story soon opens up into a deeper plot about past sins coming back to haunt their characters.

All Saints Day continues the duologue slick, trigger happy style of the first film with rapid fire gun play, film homages, and snapfire duologue that is throughly entertaining. The gun play here is even more stylized, and it makes for some very entertaining action packed scenes that should please everyone who loved the first film. Most of the old cast has returned, and then there is the new cast, who bring some entertaining acting chops with them, mostly in the form of comic relief. Suffice to say, everything you liked about the first one is here, so if you were a fan of that film, you'll most likely love the sequel.

Unfortunately, All Saints Day isn't quite up to par with that first film. Where the first film had a natural flow to it, the sequel is somewhat disjointed, and the cast seems to try too hard. While everyone is real cool and funny, a lot of it seems to be too over the top, and after a while it begins to work against the film. Julie Benz and Clifton Collins Jr. try to make up for their first films counterparts, that being Wilem Defoe and David Della Rocco respectively, but are poor substitutes. Where these characters from the first one seemed to be very natural and perfect in their element, the new cast members seem to be trying to make up for a lack of said characters, and it shows. There are also several silly and useless scenes that, while creative, are out of place and could have very well been left out of the film. In particular is a dream sequence with a character from the first film and a scene with Julie Benz character as a cowgirl.

Fortunately, the end of the film is save by a fantastic climax headed by Billy Connely and Peter Fonda. Their scene at the end is some of the best written stuff of either of the films and these veteran actors bring all their chops to this film. Adding to this is a very pleasant bit part from a Boondock Saints favorite that should leave fans smiling as they leave the theater.

Saints II is a film for the fans, that's for sure. It may even encourage some to go see the first if they haven't seen it already, though this isn't all that likely. But, this is a very entertaining and decently written film that continues this great vigilante tale and may even lead to more. As fans, we can only hope to see more of the Saints in the future.

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