Warwick Davis once again reprises the title role, which he's assumed throughout the series, and instead of Ice-T, who co-starred in Leprechaun in the Hood, another rapper, Sticky Fingaz of Onyx, is onboard for this blood bath. Three young rap artists are looking for a break. Hell, even the characters are one note and complete stereotypes. Decked out in bling-bling and smoking chronically, Leprechaun dispenses with the unsuspecting pals one by one. Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood When Emily Woodrow and her friends happen on a treasure chest full of gold coins, they fail to to heed the warnings of a wise old psychic who had foretold that they would encounter trouble with a very nasty and protective Leprechaun. The rappers want to get even with him so one night they break into Mack's place and steal a lot of his jewelry, gold, and even the medallion from an ugly looking statue.
What makes this film different from the rest is the complete lack of quality on nearly every level. Back 2 tha Hood is thankfully short by comparison and keeps a brisk pace, allowing the humor to be more consistent. Three young rap artists are looking for a break. The Leprechaun seems much more evil in this one and no longer rhymes but he is still the reason to watch the movie. The deaths, although without the usual amount of gore, are still quite good.
They need money to buy some music equipment so they can go to Las Vegas and enter a contest. The rappers want to get even with him so one night they break into Mack's place and steal a lot of his jewelry, gold, and even the medallion from an ugly looking statue. This movie will most probably spawn another sequel which will have to live up to this ones expectations. For the sixth film in a series, you could do worse. When Butch, Postmaster P, and Stray Bullet loot the local hip-hop mogul's studio to fund their demo album, the threesome unwittingly ends up with the secret of Mack Daddy's success: a magical flute. They need money to buy some music equipment so they can go to Las Vegas and enter a contest.
Their gigs instantly turn golden but a blood-thristy Leprechaun and an angry Mack Daddy are hot on their trail, leaving a wake of destruction tainted by politically incorrect limericks. . It has some very funny scenes and is one of the best Leprechaun movies out there. Most of the other sequels in the series were bad films as well, but they tended to drag on top of that namely 3 and 4. That said, for as bad as the film is, it's incredibly entertaining on a so-bad-it's-good level. This time around, a group of inner-city friends go from rags to riches when they stumble upon some treasures. You have scenes with the Leprechaun getting high, getting shot up by a group of gangbangers, and reapeatedly getting hit by moving cars that generate the right amount of laughs.
The story follows 4 inner city youths who discover a chest of gold, only for its owner, the titular Leprechaun, to hunt them down to retrieve it. Because without the medallion, the statue transforms into the Leprechaun, who goes on a killing spree looking for his missing gold, once again! The last Leprechaun film to star Warwick Davis, Back 2 tha Hood is both the worst and best film in the series. Reviews This is a great movie! They're obvious gags but still funny. There's horrible editing with reused shots in the same scene, terrible direction with shots messed up on the day of filming that were later remedied with horrible cgi, and dialogue so bad that it comes across as the writer having seen Boyz in the Hood once and writing a screenplay based on what little he remembered from that film. Made by movie fans, for movie fans. Little do they know that the booty belongs to the terrifying little green man and he wants it back. Other films in the series were at best mediocre on the technical side.
Warwick Davis is of course the standout of the group, delivering his lines with the same energy and humor he's known and loved for. The one bright spot is the cast, that while held back by the material, come off as genuine and seem like decent actors overall. It's the basic Leprechaun story that anyone familiar with the series knows by heart already. The actor has always been a constant positive in these shoddy sequels. Because without the medallion, the statue transforms into the Leprechaun, who goes on a killing spree looking for his missing gold, once again! It's a terrible film overall but one that knows that and simply tries to give you a few laughs along the way.
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