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Leprechaun: Back 2 Tha Hood [Import]


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  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
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Well here it is. The sixth in the Leprechaun Series. Were we last left off the Leprecahun was in the Hood, killing all the homies, but after being killed off again, we all thought that his time had passed. But now 3 years later, a new company, and a new producer comes the next installment.
The Film starts with Emily falling down a hole in an abandond construction field. Once in there she finds a forest, and a treasure box, which she finds has an unlimited supply of gold. When she finds the money, her and her friend go on a spending spree, but what they don't realize is that they have awakend a Leprechaun that Wnats his Gold.
I had very, very low hopes going into this movie, and I'm glad to say that i was pleasently surprised. This has got to be the best Leprechaun film in a long while. The Cast (for the most part) actually knows how to act... I know shocking, lol. And in this installment they do into the mythology of the Leprechaun, which i like alot. And Tangi Miller (from Tv's Felicity) plays the main character.
The Special FEatures include 4 storyboards, the Trailer, a Commentary with Davis and the Directior (Great & Fun), and another Commentary with the Technical Crew.
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By Johny Bottom on Jan. 19 2004
What a hoot! I laughed my way through this whole movie! The characters were the perfect fodder for our mad Leprechaun friend. A bunch of terrible actors try to act 'ghetto', and are as convincing as a midget in a Superman costume. I mean c'mon give me a break. They acted out every bad cliche from 'Juice' and 'Boys in da Hood'.
Now the movie itself is great. Ghetto Queen finds the treasure and passes it around to her homies. They buy what you'd expect, cars, jewelry, weaves, gold teeth, and an ample supply of marijuana. Well our little green friend 'don't play dat'. He kills with a bong, rips your fillings out, takes an electric razor to the eye, kills the rival gang, burns in a furnace, is shot with hallow point rounds (filled with four leaf clovers ha ha ha!!!), but best of all he kills two cops and steals their car. How can a leprechaun drive you ask? Easy! He rips the leg off one of the cops and uses it because he can't reach the pedals. Classic.
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I'm a really big fan of this series, and had high hopes for this one, but it just fell flat. Too much of the human characters (I don't really CARE if bike boy is trying to "do the right thing"), the Leprechaun got his backside whipped most of the movie, the killings were neither imaginative nor graphic, and there wasn't anything that really surprised me. The only really funny part was the bong scene, which was pretty much done in the first "Hood".
How you can botch a Leprechaun movie is beyond me, but maybe it's the curse of the evens (the odd numbered ones are MUCH better than the evens). The end was pretty lame, too, and didn't make a whole lot of sense. Extras on the DVD were pretty much non-existent. I'll still buy the box set when it comes out, though. If you like this series, check it out just so you've seen them all, but this movie was a waste.
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this is the six movie in the "Leprechaun" series,and it's actually not
too bad.it has a much darker tone than any of the previous entries.but
there are pretty funny bits as well.there is a lot of course language
for the first 30 minutes or so.and by a lot,i mean every other
word.that bothered me bit.i don't have anything against course language
being used in a movie,but there is a limit.i just don't need to hear
every other word being a swear.thankfully,this annoying problem didn't
last throughout the film.there's a lot of irony in this film,which
seemed more prevalent than the other entries.this movie is not
scary,but as i said it is quite dark in tone,making this much closer
close to being scary than parts 1 to 5.all in all,this may be the best
of the franchise so far.i give "Leprechaun 6:Back 2 the Hood" 2.5/5
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Leprachaun 5: In the hood, was a cult classic. Mostly because of its political incorectness and chemistry between the main characters. However, in this one, the sixth installment, they tried too hard to be goofy. The jokes were lame, or rather they weren't executed well (like when the police confiscate a whole garbage bag of weed from the guy's house and he responds, "Oh, dat stuuf, dat's oregano, my momma is "Eye-tal-ian" and she like lottsa oregano in her lasagna"). And the leprachaun doesn't talk (or rap)or blurt out riddles like he used to. And where are my "zombie fly girls"?! Oh well, <sigh> I guess good things like "In the hood" don't last forever, just leave it to some knucklehead to go out and ruin something that was already divine.
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I love the leprechaun series especially 1-3 but this movie was a big disappointment. The leprechaun loses a lot when he doesnt rhyme! this movie had a lot of potential if the writers had fun with the dialogue but it was a chore to watch. there were a few golden moments but for the most art this movie belongs in the toilet. the crummy part is that it had a great deal of potential. In one part the lep gets hit by a cop and responds "you punch like a lass!!!" thats the leprechaun I love and those lines were few and far between. the writers need to let their minds run wild and suspend disbelief to make a good movie. makeup was the only area that was better than in previous movies. if you miss this installment of the leprechaun series youre not missing much...
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