Leprechaun 2


Action / Comedy / Fantasy / Horror


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Warwick Davis as The Leprechaun
Clint Howard as Tourist
Kimmy Robertson as Tourist's Girlfriend
Tony Cox as African-American Leprechaun
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1hr 25 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by motown_23 ([email protected]) 5 / 10

Still OK but could do better.

The Leprechaun is back only this time its a different one even though this isn't really explained but it must be a different one because the film starts 1000 years ago. It's the Leprechaun's 1000th birthday and as we all know (of course we do) a Leprechaun gets to pick himself a bride every 1000 years (hmmm are they making up legends here?). So the little guy promises his slave that he will set him free after he has his bride. Little does the slave know the Leprechaun choice of bride is none other than his daughter. All the Leprechaun needs to do is get her to sneeze three times, and he does this. The slave then runs off gets killed and the Leprechaun says he ruined his chance. Now I don't get this bit. He got her to sneeze three times so why then wasn't she his wife? All the slave did was run away, how did that stop him marrying his daughter? But anyway, we cut o 1000 years later and low and behold that's today. It's the Leprechaun's birthday again and he has his eyes on a new bride. This films seems to completely disregard the first film as some of the rules have completely changed. For instance in the first film it was a four leaved clover that killed the little guy, in this one its iron. But in the first film he came out of the safe in the shop just before he killed the guy with a pogo stick. In this one they put him in a safe to try and kill him, what's going on there? There are some really good scenes in this film that I liked a lot. Seeing the Leprechaun getting drunk was great. All the little people egging him on was superb. Some of the acting was terrible though. most noticeably by the girl that played Bridget. The guys that played Cody and Morty were OK and Morty was a great character, and of course Warwick was great as the Leprechaun despite his constant terrible rhyming. There was a bit more gore in this one but not really enough for the sort of film it is. Low budget horrors like this need gore if you ask me. The directing was ok with some strange shaky angles and the whole cave place where the Leprechaun lived looked pretty good. On the whole it probably wasn't as good as the first but was still an enjoyable little B movie.


Reviewed by Scott LeBrun (Hey_Sweden) 5 / 10

"Kiss me, I'm Irish!"

It's truly amazing how much life that this "Leprechaun" series has had. It's endured for over 20 years; there's even a remake in the works. Then again, I suppose there's something to be said for this kind of dumb fun. And make no mistake, it *is* dumb. But it's also genuinely funny at times, and is not without a clever moment or two. The makers of these movies know that they're not making Shakespeare, and create agreeable horror comedies that may have some viewers groaning, shaking their heads, and struggling to get through them, and others having a fine old time. Making a difference is star Warwick Davis (it is nice to have seen him so gainfully employed), whose enthusiasm is hard to resist. He's obviously enjoying himself.

In his second performance as the gleefully sadistic Leprechaun, he attempts to snag himself a hot young wife. But his slave interferes (the girl that the Leprechaun selects is his daughter), and 1,000 years later the Leprechaun resurfaces to amorously pursue his slaves' descendant, a girl named Bridget (sexy blonde Shevonne Durkin). Naturally, Bridgets' boyfriend Cody (Charlie Heath) isn't going to sit idly by and watch a demented fairy take his lady away. So Cody teams up with his irrepressible drunken uncle Morty (veteran comedian Sandy Baron) to do battle.

Baron is a real scene stealer, and in addition to the attractiveness of co-star Durkin and the performance of Davis, does provide some justification for sitting down to watch this. The movie does get tiresome at times - and, for something running just under 85 minutes, it does drag a little - but it's amusing often enough to make for decent entertainment. At the very least, it does find the time to feature cameo appearances by the legendary Clint Howard and Kimmy Robertson of "The Last American Virgin" and 'Twin Peaks' as a pair of tourists. Also showing up are Al White (one of the jive talking dudes from "Airplane!"), Tony Cox ("Bad Santa"), and Billy Beck ("The Blob" '88). Production design, lighting, and visual effects are good, but there won't be enough gore for some tastes, especially considering the fate of one character. The music by Jonathan Elias is actually damn good.

This is about as enjoyable as any movie titled "Leprechaun 2" could be.

Five out of 10.

Reviewed by anxietyresister 4 / 10

"Gimme Me Gold!!"

A leprechaun is revived on St Patrick Day by a hobo's bottle of liquor, and then tries to claim the bride he promised he would marry 1000 years ago. She is captured and held prisoner inside his tree-house home, with her slacker boyfriend and con-artist uncle quickly coming to the rescue. But can they outsmart this creature, who makes up in cunning and sadism what he lacks in height and strength?

A sequel to an original notable only for an early appearance by Jennifer Aniston, this is about on a par with its low-budget predecessor. The lead lovers are so utterly lacking in anything approaching acting ability or charisma you'll find yourself cheering on Warwick Davis all the way. He, as the Leprechaun, is about the only component that keeps the film going, and his witty one liners and nasty methods of disposing of anyone who stands in his way are a constant delight. It's just a shame that his restricted growth has firmly pigeon-holed him into roles like this, he deserves more than to play Ewoks and Dwarfs his entire career. Eventually though, even his talents (including a fantastic Irish accent(!) ) cannot save a duff script, and the end result is a entirely forgettable film which is only worth watching as a last resort rental. And there's another four sequels to go after this. Oh, joy.. 4/10

P.S Gets my award for most obvious body double ever used for a nude scene. Watch it, and you'll see what I mean..

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