The fourth entry in the Leprechaun series is definitely the worst. The acting is juvenile, and it's made worse by a laughable script. The effects show no effort or quality whatsoever. And don't get me started on the "comedy" . . . The story is about a leprechaun who terrorizes a ship of space marines in order to get his bride and his gold back. In the corner of the marines is a handful of really dull characters, including a sargent (lovingly called "Sarge") with a cheesy-looking plate in his skull, no less than TWO buxom ladies, and the good guy with the obligatory toughman shirtless scene. Then there's the head of the ship (or something, we never really understand what he is) whom I think is a doctor, but is also one of the bad guys (I'm guessing here again). In the end, there is little reason to see this film, it certainly will not entertain you (unless you get kicks out of renting REALLY bad movies and throwing your money away) and it will only give the filmmakers MORE money to make another one of these sequels (which they already have, *sigh*).
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