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A Review of "The Boondock Saints"

Summary: A review of the movie "The Boondock Saints," in which the two lead characters, brother living in Boston, feel called to kill corrupt people, such as mafia figures, in the name of God.
Walking the streets of any major city, people see corruption all around including violent mobsters, pimps, drug dealers, rapists, and so forth. The judicial system does not always bring justice to these people. This is why people are needed to kill those corrupt people like Batman, Superman, or Spiderman. The Boondock Saints includes some people who are necessary to our society. However, some people do not agree with what they do.

The Boondock Saints contains two Irish brothers living in Boston, who believes it is their duty under God to kill all the human evils of this world. These two brothers are very religious men. Even FBI agent Paul Smecker, the head of this investigation, believes they are doing the right thing, and wishes he could do the same. Their murders are planned, so they end up safe throughout the whole incident. In this movie, they kill mainly...

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