The Boondock Saints movie trailer - starring Willem Dafoe, Sean Patrick Flanery, Billy Connolly, Norman Reedus. Directed by Troy Duffy. Theatrical Release Date: 3/11/2010
Terrific cast in a dark comedy about a housewife intent on killing her philandering husband. Incredibly, based on a true story!
I Love You to Death -- Tracey Ullman stars in the true story of Rosalie Boca, a woman who tried to kill her husband...fourtimes! The devoted wife of a philandering pizza maker (Kevin Kline), Rosalie sharpens her homicidalinstincts when she learns that he's been squeezing more than just tomatoes.
The Boondock Saints -- Hot on the trail of the assailants behind the brutal murder of Russian thugs, FBI agent Paul Smecker (Willem Dafoe) is surprised to discover the killers are Irish twin brothers (Sean Patrick Flanery and Norman Reedus) who believe they've been chosen to ri
I Love You to Death -- Joey owns a pizza parlor, and is married to Rosalee, and is a major womanizer. Rosalee goes to extremes when she finds he has been cheating.
The Boondock Saints -- Fraternal twins set out to rid Boston of the evil men operating there while being tracked down by an FBI agent.
I Love You to Death -- Clay Foster is in complete denial that his wife is dead. He keeps her body and 2 dead men in his house while trying to understand what happened.
Each night for 3 nights, The Syphon comes to take her from Clay. (Is it her soul he is after?)
Clay convinces the Syphon each time that he should leave Lily with Clay for one more day.
This Psychological journey is a dark, twisted, romantic, horror fantasy.
Similar films: Lost Highway or Hour of the Wolf.
Mini biography on the life of Bob Marley.
Heartland Reggae movie trailer - starring Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Wailers, The. Genre: Musical
Rating: Not Rated
A featurette explains a little bit of the history of The Boondocck Saints and why it was not shown in theaters.
This film opens with mass in a Boston Catholic church, where Irish American fraternal twin brothers Connor McManus (Sean Patrick Flanery) and Murphy McManus (Norman Reedus) pray while a sermon is read, mentioning Kitty Genovese, a real-life crime victim brutally murdered while her neighbors watched without intervening. As the priest begins his homily, the brothers approach the altar and kiss the feet of a crucifix. They depart as the priest reminds the congregation that they should fear not just evil but also the 'indifference of good men'. The brothers conclude that the priest finally understands, Connor stating, 'I do believe the Monsignor's finally got the point...' and Murphy replying, 'Aye'.
Connor and Murphy work at a local meatpacking plant. While celebrating St. Patrick's Day in a neighborhood bar, three Russian 'soldiers', led by Ivan Checkov, enter and order everyone to leave, as their organization has decided to evict the pub. In the ensuing bar brawl, Connor, Murphy, and the patrons publicly humiliate the mobsters, who the next day ambush the brothers in their home. As Murphy is dragged into a nearby alley to be executed, Connor escapes to the roof and drops a toilet, along with himself, off the roof and onto the mobsters, killing them and rescuing Murphy.
The Russian mob's involvement summons FBI agent Paul Smecker (Willem Dafoe) to the murder case, and he surmises that the mobsters' death was not a professional hit but self-defense. As the police begin a manhunt for the killers, Connor and Murphy arrive at the police station to clear their names. During the initial interrogation, the brothers impress Smecker with their multilingualism (including Gaelic, Russian, French, Spanish, Italian, and German) while recalling the specifics of the barfight and subsequent self-defense the next morning. Smecker believes their story and allows them to stay overnight in a holding cell to evade the press. That
Hot on the trail of the assailants behind the brutal murder of Russian thugs, FBI agent Paul Smecker (Willem Dafoe) is surprised to discover the killers are Irish twin brothers (Sean Patrick Flanery and Norman Reedus) who believe they've been chosen to ri
In this gritty crime thriller, two Irish brothers launch a vigilante killing spree to rid Boston of its evil elements, then find themselves pursued by an FBI agent, played by Willem Dafoe.
Academy Award® Winner Kevin Kline (1988 Best Actor in a Supporting Role - A Fish Called Wanda), Tracey Ullman, Academy Award® Winner William Hurt (1985 Best Actor in a Leading Role - Kiss of the Spider Woman), River Phoenix, Academy Award® Winner Joan Plowright (1992 Best Actress in a Supporting Role - Enchanting April) and Keanu Reeves star in this bawdy comedy based on the true story of a woman who tried to kill her husband ... four times! Comedienne Tracey Ullman is Rosalie Boca, the devoted wife of a philandering pizza maker (Kline). When Rosalie learns that he's been squeezing more than just tomatoes, her homicidal instincts take over. With the help of a New Age busboy (Phoenix), drug-addled cousins Harlan and Marlon (Hurt and Reeves), and her own mother (Plowright), Rosalie attempts to send Joey to that big bed in the sky. But love ultimately triumphs in this stranger-than-fiction comedy from the director of The Big Chill and The Accidental Tourist.
Tracey Ullman stars in the true story of Rosalie Boca, a woman who tried to kill her husband...fourtimes! The devoted wife of a philandering pizza maker (Kevin Kline), Rosalie sharpens her homicidalinstincts when she learns that he's been squeezing more than just tomatoes.
Based on a true story, this black comedy is about a wife who repeatedly attempts to murder her philandering husband, who cheerfully forgives her saying that she is fully justified. Can their love survive infidelity and murder?
Bourdain heads to Jamaica, a destination well known for delicious Caribbean delicacies and feel-good vibes. The host travels along the Northeast region of the island and explores life in Port Antonio and Winnifred Beach. He also delves into the importance of music legend Bob Marley, with his producer Chris Blackwell, and takes a side trip to the home of author Ian Fleming (the setting of James Bond novels). A main topic in this episode is the ever-burgeoning tourist industry and how it continues to affect the local population.
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Rohan, Ziggy and Robbie Marley keep the faith as the concert honoring their father approaches.
As they plan their father's tribute concert, the Marley brothers continue their long, strange motorcycle trip through South Africa.
Follow along as the Marley brothers roll up and roll on through South Africa on their continuing quest to uncover their father's legacy.
The Marleys' trippy trip continues as Robbie, Rohan and Ziggy share some good times with the locals.
The Marley lads wrap up their motorcycle journey through South Africa.
Mellow-minded Ziggy, Rohan and Robbie Marley embark on their intensely personal motorcycle trek through South Africa.
Comedian Bob Marley uses food as an analogy to explain the wonders of marriage in this half-hour stand-up comedy special.
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