Sorta like 7-Eleven, we’re not always doing business, but we’re always open. — Murphy MacManus (The Boondock Saints) (via daringtobegreat)
Favorite line in the film.
Sorry for the lack of everything Boondock Saints. I’ve been without internet for the past few weeks but I’ll be back up and running by Monday hopefully. In the mean time, feel free to submit things here.
“And shepherds we shall be…”
In Ireland, it’s always the 19th century.
First of all, I’d like to thank whichever one of you donut-munching, barrel-assed, pud-pulling sissies leaked this to the press. That’s just what we need now: some sensational story in the papers making these boys out to be superheroes, triumphing over evil. Let me squash the rumors now. These two are not heroes. They’re just two ordinary men who were put in an extraordinary situation and they just happened to come out on top. Yes, nothing from our far-reaching computer system has turned up diddly on these two. All we know is what we found out from the neighbors, and the general consensus is, they’re angels. But angels don’t kill. And we got two bodies in the morgue that look like they’ve been “serial-crushed by some huge friggin’ guy”. —
Paul Smecker (Willem Dafoe)
Boondock Saints(via movie-lines)