Leprechaun 2


Action / Comedy / Fantasy / Horror

Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 29%
IMDb Rating 4.5 10 7825


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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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23.976 fps
1hr 25 min
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1hr 25 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Eric Stevenson 2 / 10

Boy, was that stupid

This is the worst movie I've seen for Slasher Month, not that I had high regards for most of these films anyway. This movie features the leprechaun claiming a girl to be his bride because a slave of his promised a descendant would be his bride or some stupid thing like that. This film is so idiotic as it doesn't even make sense within the context of the first film. The first movie shows the leprechaun being blown up at the end, but here he comes back with no explanation. I really miss Jennifer Aniston. Sure, it was awful she was in the first stupid movie to begin with, but at least they had an acclaimed actress in it.

The leprechaun still has no name. This movie takes place at Saint Patrick's Day. I guess it's weird to watch this for a Halloween Month but with all the people the leprechaun kills, it's more appropriate here. There's apparently a lot of midgets who dress as leprechauns in this movie. Wouldn't that be demeaning? There's this long weird pointless scene where they try to get the leprechaun drunk to beat it or something. This movie is surprisingly boring. In the first movie, the leprechaun's weakness was a four leaf clover. Now it's instead lead for no reason.

The leprechaun's killed by being impaled by a pipe which once again blows him up. In one scene, the leprechaun makes all his gold materialize in one place. Wait, if he can do that, why can't he just teleport his last gold coin? And how come in the first movie, the guy who swallowed the last coin wasn't immune to him like in this movie? Leprechauns can apparently teleport, imitate voices, shapeshift, levitate things, become invisible, and create illusions. Okay, this leprechaun is just too powerful. They can also grant three wishes, but I thought that was a genie. This movie is a stupid violent piece of garbage and I hate it. *

Reviewed by Stevieboy666 6 / 10

Amusing if predictable sequel

I know a lot of people consider this to be the best of the series, which let's face it doesn't say much, but I personally preferred the original movie by a whisker. This starts off 1000 years ago where the little Irish fella is trying to get himself a wife. Fast forward to present day (well 1994) Los Angeles and he's got his sights on pretty Bridget (Shevonne Durkin), trouble is she has a boyfriend who will do anything to protect her. Plenty of fun & gory moments to be had here.

Reviewed by tdrish 5 / 10

lacks the "gold" moments from the original

Leprechaun was a good little horror movie. It wasn't too violent, it was a bit scary, and it almost barely even earned its R rating, putting it in the PG13 rating, but nevertheless, an R rated movie. In Leprechaun 2, the film earns its R rating, with its content. It's gorier, it's got nudity, and it's got lots of senseless, bizarre violence. ( The girl/breast fan scene? Seriously, somebody thought that up!) While Leprechaun succeeded in at least sticking to a good story line, Leprechaun 2 clearly is just looking for something to build on. What better way then to start a story line originating from Leprechauns birthday! I'm not saying I disliked the sequel, I just don't think it lives up to the original. And yet this is not the weak link of the Leprechaun series, I found Leprechaun 4 a very weak "movie". ( I quote that, because I don't even think it deserves to be called a "movie". I'll review this one day, and explain why.) I'm not sure exactly what level this movie was aiming for, but I would safely assume the mark was missed, maybe not by much, but missed. Story line is...somewhat good, however, the violence and bizarre use of sex drains the energy out of it somehow. It works in some films, but doesn't seem to belong in Leprechaun, which is where I think they screwed up. Long story short, I think this is a fair sequel, a few problems that can be overlooked, drags a few scenes here and there, but all in all, I think this earns a 5 out of possible 10 stars. Hey, Warrick...do a follow up to Willow! I'm ready!

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