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The Boondock Saints Full Movie In Hindi Free Download

Two Irish Catholic brothers become vigilantes and wipe out Boston's criminal underworld in the name of God. Irish brothers Connor & Murphy McManus live and work in Boston. Feeling that God's will to rid Earth from all human Evil was given to them as a mission, they set out to do their divine deed. A public outcry is never heard, and even FBI agent Paul Smecker, who follows their trace of bloodshed, admits that the boys are doing exactly what he secretly always has wished to happen. Risking their lives for their beliefs of Veritas (truth) and Aequitas (justice), the Boondock Saints are hyped by the public, for they are doing good, which only few dare to admit. Irish-American brothers Connor and Murphy get into a bar fight with a couple of Russian gangsters, which ends in them killing them. The gang nature of the killing brings FBI expert Paul Smecker into Boston but before he can even get going, the brothers give themselves up and are found innocent. The ease of the crime and the general local opinion that they did a "good thing" only encourages them to carry on and, with masks and heavy weaponry, set out to take down those that the law cannot touch – but Smecker and the authorities are only a few steps behind them and the criminals themselves have weapons to strike back.

A few years ago I saw the documentary Overnight which charts the implosion of the writer/director of this film and shows how fame reveals just what one is like – in this case, arrogant and obnoxious. Anyway, aside from what a c0ck Duffy is, the film reminded me that I hadn't seen the cult film Boondock Saints for quite a few years and wondering if it were anything other than the "OK" film that I remember. Well it took a few years for it to be repeated on television but eventually I got round to seeing it. The truth is just what I remember it to be – an OK film but nothing more than that and certainly nothing to justify what Duffy thinks of himself. The best thing about the film is the structure, which sees us following Dafoe in regards seeing the aftermath of the action sequences before we see the action itself – this I liked and thought it added some interest to the delivery that the very simple plot didn't.

Other than this though the story is quite straightforward and offers nothing particularly good in the way of dialogue or content. The greenlight obviously came thanks to Tarantino's success because this story of criminals is clearly indebted to him; however the dialogue is nothing comparable by any means and instead is either lazy rubbish or heavy religious material. The action is the second appeal and it is delivered with the usual style that one would expect from a director who has learnt his "trade" from watching other films. Slow-motion, jumping while shooting etc etc, it is all here and it is all good enough if you are in the mood but certainly nothing special. Disappointingly (but unsurprisingly) the film doesn't have anything challenging or insightful about the vigilantism it depicts. The closing credits are the closest it ever gets and that is too little, otherwise it does nothing to challenge the viewer or even to promote a political view – it just uses it to produce a generic action film.

Of the cast, all credit must surely go to Dafoe for the wonderful way he hams it up. The transvestite bit is a jump too far and is just silly but otherwise his overblown FBI agent is just the bit of fun that the film needs. Conversely both Flanery and Reedus are both surprisingly flat in the title roles, doing simple Irish-American roles but not bringing much to it. Rocco is OK in his character – at least being lively, while Rota is a strange find for 24 fans. Connolly is there for the money and his character is superficial at best and a cameo from pornstar Ron Jeremy is just a pointless and obvious bit of casting.

The Boondock Saints is a cult film but it is far from a good one. At its base it is a simple genre film that offers nothing special to make itself stand out. Disappointingly it has so-so dialogue and nothing to challenge or engage the viewer in the content and really, outside of doing everything that other similar films do, it only has a wonderfully daft turn from Dafoe to make it stick in the memory. In a day and age where CGI (special effects) enables film to go places that it has never gone before, but as a side effect to this has become the make or breaking point of many a film it is beautiful to see a film like "The Boondock Saints". In a society and time like the one we live in where the movie star is catapulted, ready or not, into what we, the common man, have made "celebrity" status to be; sickening heights of worthlessness on which horrid films are able to make billions of dollars just because "A-List" celebrities are in them, it is beautiful to see a film like "The Boondock Saints". This film shows that indeed there are still truly original film-makers out there. The cookie cutter, how to make money, corporate americanized film industry has not touched this film, oh no. "The Boondock Saints" is fresh, a deep breath of air in the polluted, self destructive, indunstry that is hollywood. Thank God and Troy Duffy true film fans! Along with the likes of Christopher Nolan, M. Night Shyamalan, and most importantly the Coen brothers, Troy Duffy might just provide the kick in the butt that the common brain dead american needs to start appreciating great film. Wake up people, to a brand new world! (Duffy) navigates the twisted collision of religious faith and the thrill of the kill, altruism and brutality, with an ingenious mix of humor, horror, mysticism, and just plain hipness. Although the film never explicitly states it, it's pretty clear that Agent Smecker is gay. The fact that he is intimate with another man in the film is pretty clear evidence. He also attends a gay bar for his drinking binge. However, this doesn't stop him from being rather belligerent towards other gay men and calling them 'fag' or 'fairy'. To put it simply the Unrated version features several extended action sequences and bloody shootouts that are missing in the R-rated version of the movie. You can find a detailed comparison between both versions with pictures here. Yes, he is their father. He knows the prayer that was passed down to them from their father and their father's father. He takes the 'In nómine Patris' part of the prayer, which means 'In the name of the Father.' The benediction he gives them (raising his hands in the sign of the cross over Murphy and Connor) is only appropriate for a priest...or a parent. Also, at the very end (after the courtroom scene), Connor calls him 'Da'. Il Duce was hired to kill the vigilantes, however, he didn't realize that they were his children, nor did Connor and Murphy realize that Il Duce was their father. It wasn't until Il Duce was about to ambush them at the end, when he overheard them saying their family prayer, that he obviously realized would be too much of a coincidence for someone else to know. Also, he knew he fathered twin sons; they just haven't seen each other for about 25 years. In the opening of the film, the brothers are in church praying when the priest begins talking about a victim named Kitty Genovese who was killed a long time ago in the middle of day and everyone watched but did not respond and about the indifference of good men towards evil. After hearing this, Connor states, "I do believe the monseigneur's finally got the point", to which Murphy responds, "Aye." Later on, its Saint Patrick's day and the brothers are at a bar drinking when three Russian gangsters come in and state that they will close the bar, but the brothers don't allow them, to which a fight begins between them, to which the Russians are left badly wounded. As the brothers rest in their apartment, the Russians come back and threaten the brothers. Connor is handcuffed to a toilet while Murphy is taken outside to be shot in the head. Connor, out of rage, breaks the toilet apart and throws it down the complex and hits the Russian, killing him. Connor jumps on the other Russian, to which Murphy finishes him off. The brothers go to the police station to prove that it was self-defense. Meanwhile, the police let them stay in a holding cell to avoid the media. While sleeping, water falls from the crack of the ceiling onto their bodies, symbolizing baptism and forgiven sin. The brothers realize this and say to each other, "Destroy that which is evil so that which is good may flourish." The brothers take the money and jewelry they took from the Russians they encountered and buy guns. Seeing all the sin that has went on, violence, drug use, rape, thievery, they swear that they will execute all evil men who have done sin in order that peace and goodness can be restored and evil can be stopped. On Murphy's hand it says "Veritas" meaning Truth and on Conner's hand it says "Aequitas" meaning Justice


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