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An absolute atrocity.
I am both confused and angered at the filmmakers for choosing to go this route with the supposed "sequel" to The Boondock Saints. This time round it appears that the director was going for an action-comedy, but way too heavy on the so-called "comedy." The action was somewhat there, but cheesy, and the comedy was even cheesier. The detectives were basically complete buffoons and relied entirely on Eunice Bloom (Julie Benz), the protégé of Paul Smecker (Willem Dafoe) of the first film. Do not get me started on Benz. Her terribly fake southern accent only complemented her god awful acting. The antagonists, some sort of Italian mafia, were just as infuriating. They were a bunch of goofy morons and really could not be taken seriously. In fact, the entire film was basically one giant joke, so they really fit in quite nicely I suppose. I'm honestly surprised I managed to watched the film all the way through. In short, All Saints Day is a complete insult to the first film and an utter waste of time. Do yourself a favor and watch something worthwhile.
Don't listen to the haters! Watch it and enjoy!
Sure my vote of 10 stars is perhaps a little overboard, but I did it to counter the unbelievably low rating some people gave it (1 star, honestly? grow up). Regardless, I would still rate it at around a 8.5-9 because there were a few inconsistencies. However, they were for the most part trivial and in my opinion should not be taken in to consideration. For instance, how did they find the temple on the surface so quickly? WHO CARES!? Aside from the people who are intentionally trying to find faults in the movie how many of you actually want to see them scanning the planet's surface for however long that would take? My guess is close to none (other than the aforementioned haters). This is only one example of the trivial reasons people voted the film down. Read the other reviews for yourself and decide if they would honestly make or break a movie for you. Nowadays everyone wants every aspect spelled out for them. You need to leave some of it up to your own imagination. Sure I noticed several inconsistencies when I viewed it but I didn't get hung up on them. Overall I enjoyed the hell out of this film. Props to Fassbender in his role as David and Idris Elba as Janek (he was one bad- ass dude).
Regular Show (2009)
When I first began watching Regular show I was skeptical because of how strange it seemed at first. Don't get me wrong the show is extremely strange, but in a good and entertaining way. After watching an episode all the way through I became attached to the show. Every episode is incredibly imaginative(and crazy) and the motto "anything but" is completely fitting. Also, the characters blend together perfectly and are surprisingly unique and well developed. Furthermore, I really like the voice actors that they chose for each part. The show is incredibly goofy but is all around hilarious to watch. I know this is high praise for a cartoon but I haven't been this enthralled by one in a long time. In addition, this isn't only a cartoon for children as it has a surprising amount of subtle adult humor and its just all around fun to watch.