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The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day -- The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day is the much-anticipated sequel to the cult classic, The Boondock Saints. The film is the continuation of the cutting edge saga of the MacManus brothers (Norman Reedus, Sean Patrick Flanery). The two have been in deep hiding with their father, Il Duce (Billy Connolly). When word comes that a beloved priest has been killed by the mob, the brothers return and...
The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day -- The MacManus brothers return to Boston to exact revenge of the mob forces who murdered their childhood priest.
The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day -- The MacManus brothers return to Boston to exact revenge of the mob forces who murdered their childhood priest.


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Writers (WGA):
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Release Date:
11 December 2009 (USA) See more »
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. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Connor MacManus

Norman Reedus ... Murphy MacManus

Billy Connolly ... Poppa

Clifton Collins Jr. ... Romeo

Julie Benz ... Special Agent Eunice Bloom
Bob Marley ... Greenly

Brian Mahoney ... Duffy
David Ferry ... Dolly

David Della Rocco ... Rocco

Peter Fonda ... The Roman

Daniel DeSanto ... Crew Cut

Gerard Parkes ... Doc
Matthew Lemche ... Noah (as Matt Lemche)

Robert Mauriell ... Louie

Judd Nelson ... Concezio Yakavetta

Robb Wells ... Jimmy the Gofer

Paul Johansson ... Kuntsler

Pedro Salvín ... Uncle Cesar (as Pedro Salvin)
Richard Fitzpatrick ... Police Chief
Dwayne McLean ... Father McKinney

Tom Barnett ... Irish Gun Dealer
Bob Rubin ... Gorgeous George
Mairtin O'Carrigan ... Father Sibeal
Sweeney MacArthur ... Jacob McManus

Aaron Berg ... Jo Jo Rhama

Joris Jarsky ... Lloyd

Zachary Bennett ... Roy
Erika Bruun-Andersen ... Massage Therapist
Matthew Chaffee ... Officer Chaffey
Carlo Berardinucci ... 50's Mafioso
Joe Parro ... 50's Mafioso (as Joey Parro)
Joseph Di Mambro ... 50's Thug (as Joe di Mambro)
Philip Bucceri ... 50's Thug
Tony Munch ... 50's Thug

Matthew G. Taylor ... Giant
Paul De La Rosa ... Cab Driver

Paulino Nunes ... Capo
A. Frank Ruffo ... Capo

Stefano DiMatteo ... Capo (as Stefano Colacitti)

Marco Bianco ... Capo
Paul Rapovski ... Capo
Santino Buda ... Capo
Jeremy Wright ... Dock Worker
Darryl Flatman ... G-Man
Darryl Pring ... Hot Dog Vendor
Rolando Alvarez Giacoman ... Mexican Seaman

Brad Davis ... North Side Bruglione
Ermes Blarasin ... North Side Bruglione

Flint Eagle ... North Side Bruglione
Brian Frank ... North Side Bruglione
Steve 'Shack' Shackleton ... North Side Bruglione (as Steve Shackleton Jr.)

Brendan Wall ... North Side Bruglione

Shamus Fynes ... Police Officer

Louis Di Bianco ... Patronazzi

Rufus Crawford ... Pedestrian

George Nickolas K. ... Pedestrian
Howard Hoover ... Reporter #1
Joey Amorosino ... Reporter #2
Mark Stables ... Prison Guard
Jerry Azzopardi ... FBI Agent (as Gerald Azzopardi)
Brendan Carmody ... Thug in the Woods
Scott Savitz ... Street Interviewee
Paul Joyce ... Street Interviewee
John Herman ... Street Interviewee
Kara Apostolica ... Street Interviewee
Kimberly Tuscano ... Street Interviewee
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Willem Dafoe ... Paul Smecker (uncredited)
Alan Duggan ... Thug (uncredited)
Adam Enricco ... Church Patron (uncredited)

Tig Fong ... Asian Gangster #1 (uncredited)
Hartley Gorenstein ... 50's Mobster (uncredited)

Patrick Kerton ... Roughneck #2 (uncredited)
Martin Kessler ... Protester (uncredited)
Patrick Mark ... Thug (uncredited)

Directed by
Troy Duffy 
Writing credits
Troy Duffy (screenplay)

Troy Duffy (story) &
Taylor Duffy (story)

Produced by
Chris Brinker .... producer
Don Carmody .... producer
Robert N. Fried .... executive producer (as Rob Fried)
Lloyd Segan .... executive producer
Original Music by
Jeff Danna 
Cinematography by
Miroslaw Baszak 
Film Editing by
Bill DeRonde 
Paul Kumpata 
Casting by
Veronica Collins  (as Veronica Collins Rooney)
Production Design by
Dan Yarhi 
Art Direction by
Dennis Davenport 
Set Decoration by
Steve Shewchuk 
Costume Design by
Georgina Yarhi 
Makeup Department
Katie Brennan .... key makeup artist
Amber Chase .... assistant makeup artist
Karola Dirnberger .... key hair stylist
Angela Green .... personal makeup artist: Norman Reedus (as Angela Duffy)
Stephanie Ingram .... assistant hair stylist
Paul Jones .... special makeup effects designer
Vincent Sullivan .... assistant hair stylist
Production Management
Hartley Gorenstein .... production manager
Patrick Newall .... post-production supervisor
Bill Wohlken .... post-production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Adam Bocknek .... third assistant director
Catherine Gourdier .... second assistant director
Pierre Henry .... first assistant director
Karen Young .... trainee assistant director
Art Department
Joe Curtin .... construction coordinator
Carly Davenport .... art department apprentice
Dawn H. Fisher .... art department coordinator
Alexandra Hooper .... set decoration buyer
Jon Hunter .... first assistant art director
Rob McCallum .... storyboard artist
Sorin Popescu .... assistant art director
Adam Smith .... specialty prop fabricator
Dan Wladyka .... assistant to set decorator
Sound Department
Sean Paul Armstrong .... cable puller
Sean Paul Armstrong .... second boom operator
Andrew Avitabile .... adr engineer
Patrick O. Bird .... dialogue editor (as Patrick Bird)
Patrick O. Bird .... sound effects editor (as Patrick Bird)
Brett Butler .... sound effects editor
John W. Frost .... adr recordist
John W. Frost .... sound re-recording mixer
John W. Frost .... supervising sound editor
James A. Moore .... foley recordist (as James Moore)
James A. Moore .... sound effects editor
Jen Ruvalcaba .... dialogue editor
Eric Stolz .... sound editor
John J. Thomson .... sound
Phil Vo .... foley recordist
Phil Vo .... sound effects editor
Alan Zielonko .... boom operator
Special Effects by
Brendan Carmody .... special effects
Michael Innanen .... special effects supervisor
Tony Kenny .... special effects coordinator
Gary Kleinsteuber .... pyro supervisor
Mark Lawton .... special effects supervisor
Drew Longland .... special effects technician
Visual Effects by
Mathieu Archambault .... digital compositor
Sarah Barber .... visual effects coordinator: Mr. X Inc.
Barb Benoit .... digital compositor
Dennis Berardi .... visual effects producer
Mathew Borrett .... matte painter
Mike Borrett .... visual effects production manager: Mr. X Inc.
Branden Bratuhin .... previsualization editor
Zac Campbell .... digital compositor
Kris Carson .... lead compositor: Mr. X, Inc
Andy Chan .... visual effects compositor: Mr. X Inc.
Ovidiu Cinazan .... compositor
Tommaso Corona .... digital compositor
Roberto D'Ippolito .... digital compositor (as D'Ippolito Roberto)
Amélie Dubois .... digital compositor
Christopher Dusendschon .... digital imaging supervisor: iO FILM
Peter Dydo .... animator: Mr. X Inc.
David Fix .... senior systems administrator: Mr. X Inc.
Tommy Gervais .... production assistant
Matt Glover .... visual effects coordinator
Colleen Jenkinson .... visual effects production manager: Mr. X Inc.
Anna Joukova .... digital compositor: Mr. X Inc.
Mike Kwan .... digital compositor
Isabelle Langlois .... digital effects producer: Mr. X Inc.
Mai-Ling Lee .... digital artist
Ken McCuen .... matte painter
Benjamin Mossman .... visual effects production assistant
Hojin Park .... digital compositor
Sebastien Proulx .... digital compositor
Dominic Remane .... lighting lead: Mr X Inc
Paul Saint-Hilaire .... digital compositor: Nuke
Matt Schofield .... matte painting supervisor: Mr. X Inc.
Jerry Seguin .... digital compositor
Gavin Soares .... lead pre-viz artist
Wojciech Zielinski .... visual effects supervisor: Mr. X Inc.
Roshan Amendra .... stunt performer
Jeffery Aro .... stunts (as Jeffery Ong)
Ermes Blarasin .... stunt actor
Alexandre Cadieux .... stunt performer
Brendan Carmody .... stunt performer
Brad Davis .... stunt performer
Neil Davison .... stunt performer
Cosette Derome .... stunt double
Jean Frenette .... stunt performer
Jere Gillis .... stunt actor
Jean-Francois Lachapelle .... stunt performer
Stéphane Lefebvre .... stunt player
Maxine Lucescu .... stunt performer
Steve Lucescu .... stunt coordinator
John MacDonald .... stunt performer
Patrick Mark .... stunts
Christopher McGuire .... stunt double
Regan Moore .... stunt performer
Simon Northwood .... stunt performer
Billy Oliver .... stunt performer
Edward A. Queffelec .... stunt performer
Todd Schroeder .... stunt performer (as Todd William Schroeder)
Steve 'Shack' Shackleton .... stunt performer
John Stead .... stunt performer
Bryan Thomas .... stunt performer
Ken Tran .... stunts
Alicia Turner .... stunt performer
Camera and Electrical Department
Dave Bouskill .... lighting technician
David Breeze .... gaffer
Angela Chao .... camera loader
Gilles Corbeil .... camera operator: "b" camera
Dave Ferguson .... key grip
John Harper .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Kerry Hayes .... still photographer
John Hickey .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Perry Hoffman .... camera operator: "a" camera
Patrick King .... dolly grip
Edward Lipscombe .... key rigging grip
Walter Lipscombe .... best boy rigging grip
Ari Magder .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Beth Nobes .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Jarrod Underwood .... camera trainee
Casting Department
Tina Gerussi .... casting
Hollie Lee .... casting assistant (as Hollie Meyer)
Farrah West .... casting assistant
Jane Rogers .... extras casting (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Loreen Lightfoot .... costume cutter
Sheila E. Pruden .... assistant costume designer
Damion Saliani .... costume assistant
Editorial Department
James Ahern .... digital intermediate data manager
Kristina Allison .... post-production coordinator
Brian Beard .... digital intermediate editor
Christopher Dusendschon .... post-production editorial: iO FILM
Michael J. Duthie .... additional editor
Brad Gilson .... assistant editor
Michael John Koetter .... software engineer
Sue Len Quon .... assistant editor
Jen Ruvalcaba .... on-line editor
Ralf Weinfurtner .... post-production coordinator
Jason Yanuzzi .... on-line editor
Lance Spindler .... color timer (uncredited)
Music Department
Fletcher Beasley .... composer: additional music
Ross Elliot .... music supervisor
John Fee .... composer's assistant
John W. Frost .... music editor
Russ Miller .... musician (drums & percussion)
Will Nevins .... composer: additional music
Steve Skylar .... vocalist: throat singing
Erich Stratmann .... music editor
John Whynot .... score mixer
Transportation Department
Michael Corazza .... transportation co-captain
Aleck Duncan .... driver: cast
Bruce McLean .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Paul J. Alessi .... field producer: EPK/DVD
Drazen Baric .... assistant location manager
Eric Beldowski .... production coordinator
Mike Brinker .... production staff: CB Productions
Nuno Capitao de Salles .... cast personal trainer (as Nuno De Salles)
Brendan Carmody .... production assistant
John Charles .... software manager: Sony DAC
Kate Clark .... second assistant accountant
Bob Corff .... dialect coach
Josh Haggarty .... office production assistant
Rick Jang .... location production assistant
Vallery Kountze .... marketing consultant
Michael Barbanell Landres .... production legal services
Thomas Glen Leo .... legal services
Jean Mahoney .... production assistant
Jonathan Matthews .... location manager
Luis M. Mendoza .... assistant location manager
Kati Moore .... location productions assistant
Susan Muir .... completion bond guarantor
Emily Newell .... assistant: Mr. Carmody and Mr. Brinker
Jillian Ordowich .... assistant production coordinator
Desmond Paes .... production accountant
Yan Regis .... set medic
Andrew Scheimer .... assistant: Mr. Duffy
Wendy Shepherd .... online services (english language version)
Aloma Taylor .... first assistant accountant
Charles Taylor .... armorer
Charles Taylor .... head armorer
David E. Van Houten .... publicist
Al Vrkljan .... armorer
Jeff Schmidt .... field producer: EPK/DVD (uncredited)
Paul J. Alessi .... special thanks

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
Rated R for bloody violence, language and some nudity
118 min | 138 min (Director's Cut)
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Argentina:13 | Australia:MA | Canada:18A (Alberta/British Columbia) | Canada:14A (Manitoba/Ontario) | Canada:13+ (Quebec) | Finland:K-15 | Germany:Not Rated (SPIO/JK) | Germany:18 (cut) | Japan:PG12 | Netherlands:16 | New Zealand:R18 | Singapore:M18 | South Korea:18 | UK:18 | USA:R (certificate #45230)

Did You Know?

Troy Duffy wrote the part of Romeo, the Saints' sidekick, specifically for his friend Clifton Collins Jr.. Coincidentally, the part of Rocco, the sidekick in the first The Boondock Saints (1999) film, was written specifically (and named for) actor David Della Rocco.See more »
Continuity: After Noah and the Roman have their conversation, the Roman starts the record again, setting the needle about one half inch from the edge. After the following gun fight the record player winds down to a stop, and the needle is at the beginning of the record again.See more »
Concezio Yakavetta:These saints put my father on his knees!See more »
Movie Connections:
EclipseSee more »


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192 out of 266 people found the following review useful.
I got what I wanted as a fan. Others might not., 21 November 2009
Author: thedarkwolf333 from United States

I am an avid fan of the original movie. While the concept of vigilantism has been around for decades in film, it was never communicated in such a way. The original movie was both entertaining, and made certain statements about society. After all, isn't the first purpose of film to entertain, and the second to create a message? If the first movie focused on the message, the second seemed to focus more on the entertainment. I'm OK with that. I already know what the McManus boys are all about. Still, it was refreshing to see Il Duce's beginning as a killer, even catching a glimpse of the first version of the gun vest.

I was very skeptical of Clifton Collins Jr., thinking that he would simply be a stand-in for Rocco. He wasn't. He had his own personality, although I would have liked to have seen him involved in what the boys were doing on a more personal level. It was like he was waiting for them to come along just so he would have an excuse to kill mobsters.

The humor, slow-motion gunfights, and light-hearted moments were back. During the first half, I sometimes felt the humor needed to be left behind and the serious tone needed to come into play, but the second half delivered that aspect very well, so it balances out in the end.

Julie Benz. Hmmmm. Attractive, intelligent, fun. But the southern accent is so thick I had a hard time focusing on anything else.

I would like to make a special note of how ridiculous it is for someone to dual-wield Desert Eagles, even if they have compensators attached.

Still, none of my complaints stopped me from enjoying the movie. I watched it for what it is. An over the top-low(er) budget film that was written to please fans of the original. I took it for what it is, and I think I'm better off for it.

Many people criticize Troy and the films themselves, some going so far as to say fans should go kill themselves. The internet, where everyone thinks their opinion is fact, and everyone is a hardass. If you don't like the movies, fine, but please, don't insult the intelligence of the fans. Liking something that you don't doesn't make us any less intelligent than you. If you want to pick on someone, pick on the Twilight fans that think those movies are a real representation of love and vampire mythology.

I hear Troy can be a bit of a douche. Maybe that's true, maybe it isn't. What isn't true, is that the movies do not rip off of Tarantino. I like Tarantino's work, but he was not the first person to do the flashback narrative, dual wielding of pistols, slow motion gunfights, etc. etc. That's like saying Halo was the first good shooter. All movies borrow elements from one another. They're called themes and archetypes.

All in all, an enjoyable film that gives the fans a taste of what they've been missing for ten years. The editing is a little spotty at times, and not everything hits the right beat, but simply to see the boys in action again was enough to make me smile and laugh out loud, and once again, isn't that what movies are supposed to do? Its supposed to entertain us.

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