I am ready to be flamed....

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  1. armond

    armond New Member

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    Like a fool, I heard everything I could possibly hear about Boondock Saints. and what an idiot I was, to wait till last night to watch it...

    That movie ROCKED! :eek4:

    It was just so hilarious at some points, and just so raw at others.

    :bowdown: Quentin Terrantino (spelling?)

    Anyway, flame away, I deserve it...
     
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    joed1228 New Member

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    I have been reading post's and getting the movies that everyone likes here. It seems like people are just into popular movies, not quality films.

    I didn't think Boondock Saints was all that great. I'd give it a 3 out of 5. The acting wasnt that bad, it was bad but not to the point where I'd turn the movie off. The whole idea was really lame and the way they talked with each other and acted was really "dorky" in my eyes.
     
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    i think it related better to normal people than being a flashy assassin flick. it came out the same time as the first Matrix movie, so seeing it now would date it, but it's still a favorite of mine.

    i liked way of the gun too.
     
  4. What does Quentin Tarantino have to do with Boondock Saints ?
     
  5. Anaconda

    Anaconda I trust only one.

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    I'm with no-av... it was Troy Duffy's film... :p
     
  6. armond

    armond New Member

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    :uh:

    Well I was reading reviews, and it was related to Pulp Fiction and Resevoir Dogs, I thought that was the connection, not said but implied. Ah well, it did have that QT feel to it though. But you are correct, he had nothing to do with that fil. But it is still shot in a similar manner and has the same spaghetti western style, goofy and violent. I still like.
     
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    that movie is up there with my favorites (along with american history x and the first matrix)
     

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