by John P. Meyer
If you pay too much attention to the big picture message and philosophical implications behind Troy Duffy's script for Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day, you're likely to despise the film. Unless you're an advocate of vigilante justice.
If, however, you're jonesing for a spectacularly choreographed, artfully filmed shoot 'em up in the bloody tradition of Sam Pekinpah or John Woo, you will be delighted.
As those who've seen the first Boondock Saints are aware, that film was light on female roles, but in his long-anticipated return to Boondockville, director Duffy has given filmgoers a doozy in the character of FBI Special Agent Eunice Bloom. This slinky, sexy, southern drawlin', whip smart operative is played by delicious Dexter dame Julie Benz -- though you may not recognize her in... READ MORE