9. 'The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day'
The original Boondock Saints didn't do very well when it arrived in theaters in 1999, but when it hit DVD a few months later, the tale of two brothers on an ultra-violent vigilante mission became a huge hit and drew in a massive cult audience. It took a decade for a sequel to get off the ground, and by this point not many people outside the cult cared, especially since the movie was a lame retread of the original. Roger Ebert gave it a single star and made his feelings clear in the first sentence of his review: "Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day is an idiotic ode to macho horseshite (to employ an ancient Irish word)."