"Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day is the film I and every other diehard Boondock fan have been absolutely dying to see all decade, and one that is WELL worth the wait."
I remember back in one of my college English classes, we were talking about the work of Jack Kerouac. The professor was talking about how if Kerouac would've had a regular editor for his seminal book On the Road (although many names were changed and explicit content removed - omission doesn't necessarily mean editing), it might have resulted in a more coherent and sound piece of work... but it just wouldn't have been Kerouac. I bring up that weird and rather out of place story for a reason, because it seems to echo the work of maverick filmmaker Troy Duffy, the bartender-turned-filmmaker whose debut film Boondock Saints turned into a cult classic phenomenon. After the well-documented struggles of making the first film, and again with his sequel Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day, a decade after the first film famously hit theaters for only one week due to the studio worrying about the Columbine massacre blowback... I'm happy to report that... READ MORE