Troy Duffy has been promising for years that the Saints would again come marching in, but for a while it looked like Halley’s Comet would show up before a sequel. After a limited theatrical release last fall, “Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day” hits wide distribution via the home video market, proving the boys are back in town-albeit in a film that focuses more on plot instead of stylized carnage. Worth the decade long wait, “Boondock Saints II” is as potent as Irish whiskey.
The MacManus brothers have retired to a quiet valley in Ireland, living the simple life of farmers. But men like these can never indulge in simple lives for long, and a brutal murder of a beloved priest brings them back to Boston to mete out bloody justice. But this is not just a simple street killing, it’s part of an elegant ... READ MORE