The Boondock Saints
2000
Sensing a God-given mission to cleanse the earth of all evil, twin brothers Conner (Sean Patrick Flanery) and Murphy (Norman Reedus) set out to rid Boston of crime. But instead of joining the police force, these Irish Americans decide to kick criminal butt their own way. Willem Dafoe co-stars in writer-director Troy Duffy's crime thriller as the openly gay FBI special agent who's assigned to investigate the siblings' activities.

Scott Hardie: “It was ok.”

This bullet-riddled vigilante fantasy has two original, colorful characters and some striking photography for a debut feature by a non-filmmaker. But the jumbled storytelling and absence of any actual moral contemplation don't help it go down too well.

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