They decide they are going to have to use the real deal and ask the reverend to keep the Leprechaun locked in his safe. April 2010 The film opens with an animated prologue revealing the origins of leprechauns, stating that they were summoned by a king to protect his gold. Now we're on up to the East Side. The Leprechaun hunts the friends in order to recover his stolen flute, which places listeners of its tune in a euphoric trance. What the Boyz don't realize is that Mack Daddy has accrued his wealth.
And the song says it all, 'there's nothing' scarier than a Lep' in the hood! Yeah, well, affirmate this, motherfuckers. Of course the Leprechaun calls her fruit, but Fontaine is not too bothered and takes the Leprechaun to her room. It is the fifth installment in the Leprechaun B-movie series, which also includes such far-from-classy episodes as Leprechaun 4 in Space, but this one succeeds because it is so ridiculously funny, unintentionally so at times. After the 'safe' scene, things got too wacky for my taste in dark comedy. We're still stuck with archtypes and a group of aspiring morons we'd rather see get killed than survive.
Steal his gold, it will your soul, you see. Yo, Slug, look at this shit. After the death of the king the Leprechauns returned to their places of origin, all except one who through the ages slowly became corrupted and obsessed with the gold he still guarded. Space is fun as well. Searching for Rory, Lubdan stops by his house and kills Rory's girlfriend Chanel by tearing out her jaw, reclaiming the gold she used to make a tooth while Rory and Emily are stopped and harassed by Officers Thompson and Whitaker Chris Murray. The Leprechaun films have always been silly horror movies that never try to take themselves too seriously In Las Vegas? The rappers take the flute with them, and their careers take a dramatic upswing; but Mack Daddy wants the flute back, and he has reinforcements: the Leprechaun Warwick Davis , who has an agreement with Mack Daddy and isn't happy when people cross him. They need money to buy some music equipment so they can go to Las Vegas and enter a contest.
So of course, Warwick Davis has returned as the Leprechaun because he actually does like doing these films and he gets paid decently for these films. Well, that is sadly what I get for having last watched a movie 18 years ago as while I still find this the third best Leprechaun film in the series, this film………has not aged well at all. It could have been good too; with a better beat, some more inspired lyrics and a little more commitment than the halfassery on display here, this could have been a great Monster Rap. And who are they gonna stay with until then? There may still be the problems with some of the characters and their dialogue, as well as some obvious plot holes, but Lep 6 actually worked on building up the characters, as well as a back story for the Leprechaun. That big, white goofy-lookin' mo'fo'? Believing the Leprechaun is dead, Emily returns to Rory, only for Lubdan to renew his attack on them. If we don't get this fixed. When I say this, I'm thinking of how Jason X was to the rest of the Jason movies.
Luckily, I only remember the Leprechaun blubbering out one rhyme in this movie which was a welcomed change, instead of rolling my eyes at another lame one-rhymer. Yeah, yeah, he got it from Jimi Hendrix. Stealing me gold is a sure way to grow old. The hell with it, we up. The Leprechaun then tells the audience that he taught Postmaster P.
However, the owner is the evil Leprechaun Warwick Davis that returns from Hell to get his treasure back, killing each member of the greedy group. For no one is safe from a lep in the hood. The three drive to their usual hang-out spot and it is at this time, that Postmaster P shows off the flute. They meet up with a local pimp named Mack Daddy who agrees to 'hook them up', but later declines. Steal his gold, it will corrupt your soul, you see.
Three young rap artists are looking for a break. This map you bought was bullshit. Running time 90 minutes Country United States Language English Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood is a 2003 American written and directed by Steven Ayromlooi. You see, last induction…I made it sound like Leprechaun In The Hood was going to be this fun induction with no problems. So, typically, the humor spills more out of sheer chance than talent. Ain't nothin' in this world gonna be for free. Leprechaun meets the boyz in the hood and proves that he's got what it takes to be the baddest mofo around.
For even making a step against him, the Leprechaun decides that they need a lesson and that lesson involves using his magic to make Stray Bullet kill himself. That night, Mack Daddy is on the phone at a bar and he is calling for some help against the Leprechaun. For the most part, I was happy to see these smart-asses get beaten up and impaled by bongs, stabbed with sharp objects and all harmful acts that happened during the movie. Some of these gags, granted, still manage to have a chuckle-value; most, like the fruit, could if it was handled better. Fool, you're to wind up in a compound. 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.
For many a moon the legend has grown, death toll increases, solution unknown. Lep's eye incident but for the most part, it didn't suit the movie all that well but didn't really harm it either. 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. Shit, I get my ass blown to bits by a virgin. Steal his gold, it will corrupt your soul, you see.
Jackie Dee specifically says neither of the three are gangsters and Butch is still a virgin. I have never told you I was a virgin. In fact, I've never paid much attention to these movies until this year came around. Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood directed by Steven Ayromlooi After some very bad sequels, a Leprechaun film has been made which can happily conclude the Irish monster's saga. The crew and me, we all got unity. It has some very funny scenes and is one of the best Leprechaun movies out there.