Leprechaun

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Synopsis

Friends star Jennifer Aniston made her film debut in this horror story about a psychotic, six-centuries-old leprechaun on a murder spree throughout North Dakota.~ Jason Ankeny, All Movie Guide

Cast

  • Warwick Davis
  • Jennifer Aniston
  • Ken Olandt
  • Mark Holton
  • Robert Hy Gorman
  • Shay Duffin
  • John Sanderford
  • John Voldstad
  • Pamela Mant
  • William Newman

Did You Know?

Trivia

  • The character of Deputy Tripet was named after David Tripet, who had been the executive in charge of production.
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Goofs

  • When the leprechaun chases Tory around the nursing home, his arms turn the wheelchair wheels very quickly. In one shot of him in the chair, his arms are moving at normal speed.
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Quotes

    • [first lines]
    • [the Leprechaun talks to himself while sitting over his pot of gold]
    • Leprechaun: Ah! Try as they will, and try as they might, who steals me gold won't live through the night.
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Metacritic

25

At the risk of confessing a breech of duties, I watched much of the film with my eyes closed, isolating the soundtrack only because I could always accurately guess what was happening on the screen . . . which wasn't much, believe me. [20 Mar 1993, p.C6]

Metacritic review by Jeff Shannon
Jeff Shannon
The Seattle Times
12

It is legitimately unwatchable.

Metacritic review by James Berardinelli
James Berardinelli
ReelViews
0

Bad sets, bad acting, bad direction, shadows of boom-mikes, inexplicable plot holes, generic effects, fake-looking gore, death by pogo stick (!?), off-kilter Irish brogues... I just can't say enough about this, can I? My head hurts just trying to remember this complete and utter waste of perfectly good Kodak film stock.

Metacritic review by Marc Savlov
Marc Savlov
Austin Chronicle