Sean Patrick Flanery

Sean Patrick Flanery

Sean Patrick Flanery Quick Links

News Pictures Video Film RSS

Sean Patrick Flanery - Wizard World Comic Con at the Donald E Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont - Day 3 at Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, Comic Con - Rosemont, Illinois, United States - Sunday 23rd August 2015

Sean Patrick Flanery
Sean Patrick Flanery
Sean Patrick Flanery
Sean Patrick Flanery
Sean Patrick Flanery
Sean Patrick Flanery

Sean Patrick Flanery - Screening of 'WINNING: The Racing Life Of Paul Newman' at the El Capitan Theatre at El Capitan Theatre - Hollywood, California, United States - Friday 17th April 2015

Sean Patrick Flanery
Sean Patrick Flanery

Broken Horses Trailer


On the board between Mexico and the United States, something big is brewing. A war between the police force and Cartel drug-runners is ready to explode into something cataclysmic. When concert violinist Jacob (Anton Yelchin) returns to his family's home with his fiancé to see his brother, Buddy (Chris Marquette), spirits are high. Buddy is unable to attend the upcoming wedding, but has invited his brother down to see the new ranch he has built. Things don't add up, however, as there is no way that Buddy would ever have been able to afford to pay for all of the work that has been done. Slowly, the plot begins to unravel, and it turns out that Buddy isn't all that he seems.

Continue: Broken Horses Trailer

Sean Patrick Flanery and his wife Lauren Flanery - 'Phantom' Los Angeles Red Carpet Premiere at the Chinese Theater - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 27th February 2013

Sean Patrick Flanery and His Wife Lauren Flanery
Sean Patrick Flanery
Sean Patrick Flanery
Sean Patrick Flanery and Wife
Sean Patrick Flanery and Wife
Sean Patrick Flanery

Sean Patrick Flanery - Sean Patrick Flanery and Lauren Hill Sunday 26th February 2012 22nd Annual Night Of 100 Stars Oscar Viewing Gala held at The Beverly Hills Hotel

Sean Patrick Flanery

Sean Patrick Flanery - Sean Patrick Flanery with his girlfriend Los Angeles, California - Premiere of 'Sinners & Saints' held at Arclight Hollywood at the Cinerama Dome Wednesday 30th June 2010

Sean Patrick Flanery
Sean Patrick Flanery
Sean Patrick Flanery
Sean Patrick Flanery

The Boondock Saints Review


Good
Already an insanely overrated cult classic, The Boondock Saints has Irish (and super-religious) brothers (Sean Patrick Flanery and Norman Reedus) taking Boston by storm as vigilantes ridding the town of evildoers. Meanwhile, a gay FBI agent (Willem Dafoe, who steals the show completely) is hot on the trail, while the boys also get hunted by kooky crime lord (Billy Connolly).

Stylish and fun in a cheeseball sort of way (think Tarantino without the retro hipness), these Saints are amusing enough -- until the endless gunplay, blood-splattering, and monotonous SCREAMING MATCHES wear you down. I'd had enough within 45 minutes, but you'll have to make it through 110... and then there's the sequel that's on the way.

Continue reading: The Boondock Saints Review

Girl Review


Good
Dominique Swain jumps from one Lolita to another with Girl, this made-for-cable romp about a brainy beauty virgin who decides to let it all slut-out with the local grunge-rock hero (Flanery). What lessons does she learn along the way? I never really figured that out... but for some reason, I didn't completely hate the film -- maybe because Swain is so damn cute.

Body Shots Review


Weak
Again, Hollywood has taken creative marketing to new heights with Body Shots. Judging by the trailers, the ads, even the tagline ("There are movies that define every decade!"), one would be led to believe that Body Shots is an incisive drama/comedy about twentysomething relationships, emphasis on the comedy.

Body Shots is not that movie.

Continue reading: Body Shots Review

Simply Irresistable Review


Weak
Picture Like Water for Chocolate set in New York City's dining frenzy--only really boring and stupid.

Sheesh, here we have one of those You've Got Mail-style romances, with dueling heroes (here, Gellar is the little bistro chef, doing battle with Flanery's shopping center epicurian palace). Gellar's little shop is headed south, so it's Flanery to the rescue, right? Well, the secret that makes movies like The Shop Around the Corner work is that the heroes hate each other at first, then grow to love one another. Here, it's love at first sight, courtesy of a magic crab.

Continue reading: Simply Irresistable Review

Suicide Kings Review


Good
So-so thriller about a bunch of guys who kidnap a mob boss in order to guarantee the return of one of their sisters. Or something like that. Dumb premise. Mediocre execution.

Acceptable Risk Review


Weak
While his wife was busy winning an Oscar for Boys Don't Cry, poor Chad Lowe was crying in the audience -- and not just because he was happy for Hilary Swank, but because he had to star in this made-for-the-Superstation-WTBS atrocity, Acceptable Risk.

Sure, you're probably saying that worse movies about Salem witch trial-era fungi that resurface 300 years later, are turned into experimental medicine by researchers for use as brain medicing, and then slowly turn the subjects into violent madmen have been made. And if there were any other movies about evil witch spores, you'd probably be right. But as it stands, Risk falls into every common pitfall of low-grade horror movies: a nonsensical setup, no rationale or explanation for the plot, a series of "mysterious" events designed solely to scare you, and a relatively pat ending.

Continue reading: Acceptable Risk Review

The Boondock Saints Review


Good
Already a cult classic, The Boondock Saints has Irish (and super-religious) brothers (Sean Patrick Flanery and Norman Reedus) taking Boston by storm as vigilantes ridding the town of evildoers. Meanwhile, a gay FBI agent (Willem Dafoe, who steals the show completely) is hot on the trail, while the boys also get hunted by kooky crime lord (Billy Connolly).

Continue reading: The Boondock Saints Review

Powder Review


Extraordinary
Once in awhile, Hollywood manages to surprise me with an uncompromising film full of genuine emotion and enough to make you really think. Powder was completely unexpected: it's easily one of the best films I've seen all year.

Something of an updated, hybridized E.T., Powder is the story of an albino teenager (Sean Patrick Flanery) with strange powers of telekinesis, empathy, and the ability to channel and absorb raw energy. As Powder says, "I'm not like other people." That's putting it lightly.

Continue reading: Powder Review

Kiss The Bride Review


Weak
Industry-wise, egomania is probably at its worst in Hollywood, where seemingly anyone with a connection can grab a camera and a few hundred thousand bucks, dust off a crappy screenplay they've written, and make an honest to God movie.

Kiss the Bride is the kind of vanity project that every Hollywood actor dreams of making, and when it's all said and done they wonder why it never got theatrical distribution.

Continue reading: Kiss The Bride Review

Sean Patrick Flanery

Sean Patrick Flanery Quick Links

News Pictures Video Film RSS
Advertisement

Occupation

Actor


Sean Patrick Flanery Movies

Broken Horses Trailer

Broken Horses Trailer

On the board between Mexico and the United States, something big is brewing. A war...

Body Shots Movie Review

Body Shots Movie Review

Again, Hollywood has taken creative marketing to new heights with Body Shots. Judging by...

Kiss the Bride Movie Review

Kiss the Bride Movie Review

Industry-wise, egomania is probably at its worst in Hollywood, where seemingly anyone with a connection...

Overnight Movie Review

Overnight Movie Review

Like watching a train wreck in slow motion while an ignorant, arrogant engineer shovels more...

Simply Irresistible Movie Review

Simply Irresistible Movie Review

In "Simply Irresistible," Sarah Michelle Gellar(of the WB's "Buffy the Vampire Slayer") plays a restaurateurwith...

Artists
Actors
    Filmmakers
      Artists
      Bands
        Musicians
          Artists
          Celebrities
             
              Artists
              Interviews
                musicians & bands in the news
                  actors & filmmakers in the news
                    celebrities in the news

                      Go Back in Time using our News archive to see what happened on a particular day in the past.