The Boondock Saints (1999)
clips from the first movie used
"This is, like, Lone Ranger heavy, man."
the brothers in this film pick up the nicknames "the Saint" as they fight crime outside of the law, just as Simon Templar in this film gained the nickname "the Saint" for his extralegal battles with mobsters and corrupt officials
"This was a fucking bomb, dropping on Beaver Cleaver-ville."
When Ivan Checkov introduces himself and says he's shutting down the bar, Murphy says, "Checkov? Well, this here's McCoy. We find a Spock, we got us an away team. "
A pornographic verison of Melody (the drummer from Josie & the Pussycats) can be seen in the Sin Bin
Connor says to Roc: As much as I love you, you're not exactly Don Corleone
"You look like Mushmouth from Fat Albert."/"Now Rock - Are you sure that you're o-bee kay-bee?"
When the brothers come out of the holding cell after the incident in the alley, one of the detectives offers coffee and says, "We would be honored if you would join us".
"This house is clean."
While getting weaponry the twins pick up a replica of John Rambo's knife from Rambo: First Blood Part II and remark that it is a Rambo knife
Gerard Parkes is once again called Doc, perhaps coincidence, but more likely homage.
The line stated by Biff in the diner "Why don't you make like a tree and get out of here?" is used by the bartender at the beginning of Boondock Saints (with profanity included).
At one point Smecker gets down on his knees and stretches his hands up against the sky. Much like his character in Platoon did right before he was shot
"They know we're Goodfellas now."
"May I do the thinking please?"
"What we have here is a Kennedy assassination-style bullet theory here."
One of Rocco's codenames is Jafar
Jackson reads a prayer from the bible (the Ezekiel speech) then kills someone. Accidentally kill Marvin/Accidentally kill the cat.
Rocco shouts Wyatt Fucking Earp after shooting the two bad guys (a drug dealer & a pimp) in the Sin Bin private viewing booths.
First when Smecker puts on the portable CD player while working out what happened to the two Russian mafia guys. Then later when the brothers say "No Women, No Kids".
SPOILER: Both Nemo & Rocco are killed in a peeping booth
Rocco looking for his shot off finger
Techno music plays during a slow motion action scene
documentary on the making of this film
Reference and quote from the Funny Man in Boondock Saints
When Aslo and the albino guy fight, the albino guy quotes the boondock saints.
The Heavy Metal Club in this movie has the sign "Sin Bin" in the same font/logo as Strip Club where the McManus Brothers & Rocco kill Vincenzo.
The dining table scene
"Make like a tree... and get the fuck out of here"
Interview with Director Troy Duffy about the Boondocks Saints
One of the main Characters "Kyle" wears a Boondock Saints hat with the name and logo in clear view in several scenes. There is also other Boondock Saints items through the movies ie Glass wear.
Luke lists "Citizen Kane" and "The Boondock Saints" as his favorite movies.
Hey I know that guy, yeah that's the funny guy who says the funny things
Pam is handcuffed to a toilet but escapes by pulling the toilet from its fixture just like Connor did in the film.
The media asking people what they think about the elite (which they like), much like when the media asked the citizens of Boston what they thought of the "saints"
The Boondock Bros. are a parody of the Boondock Saints
Resident Young Person recognizes Norman Reedus from this picture during Weekend Update
Mentioned in the "Boston Accent" trailer
The honest title is 'The Boondock Taints'
Mentioned by title
mentioned in dialogue
"Screenwriter's Bag of Tricks" segment
Through the Ceiling is #10.
The MacManus Brothers are #9.
The death of the cat gets an honorable mention.
Troy Duffy, the director of The Boondock Saints, is #9.
The Boondock Saints is #1.
Connor & Murphy MacManus get an honorable mention.
The Boondock Saints gets an honorable mention.
The Boondock Saints is #6.
Magog brings up the movie.
Light a Fire on His Ass gets an honorable mention.
The way the Dresden brothers enter the opening massacre with silenced pistols is based on the MacManus brothers tend to go around slaying other criminals.