Goon: Last of the Enforcers. Spielfilm. Alternativ-Titel: Goon 2. Synchronfirma: TV+Synchron GmbH, Berlin. Dialogbuch: Bernd Nigbur. Dialogregie: Bernd Nigbur. wurde mit Goon: Last of the Enforcers eine Fortsetzung veröffentlicht. Seann William Scott ist erneut in der Hauptrolle zu sehen. Die Regie übernahm Jay. How could you not love Goon!? I only heard about it last year and fell in love with this movie! Seann William Scott is fantastic!
Goon 2: Last Of The EnforcersGoon: Last of the Enforcers. 1 Std. 41 Min+. After a pro lockout sends a slew of new players down to the minors, an aging enforcer is injured n an on-ice. How could you not love Goon!? I only heard about it last year and fell in love with this movie! Seann William Scott is fantastic! bambeestudio.com - Kaufen Sie Goon 2: The Last Of The Enforcers günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und.
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Rate This. A hockey player plagued by injuries is confronted with the possibility of retirement when a tough new player challenges his status as the league's top enforcer.
Jason Jones Bob Forbes. Callum Keith Rennie Hyrum Cain. Jay Baruchel Director. Jay Baruchel Screenwriter. Jesse Chabot Screenwriter.
Jeff Arkuss Executive Producer. Jesse Shapira Executive Producer. David Gross Producer. Andre Rouleau Producer. Trevor Morris Original Music. Paul Sarossy Cinematographer.
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December 21, Rating: 1. View All Critic Reviews Jul 19, A real let-down: I liked how it built its story around the way hockey enforcers' careers tend to end badly, but unfortunately the movie had none of the charm of the first volume.
Daniel P Super Reviewer. Apr 21, I may, or may not, have gone into this in a prior review, but I've never been much of a sports guy.
I mean, I was really into basketball when I was a kid, when Michael Jordan was playing. I was actually pretty good for my age.
I mean, I was obviously never gonna be a high-quality basketball player, but for my level, I was good.
I played on a few teams, made some pretty cool shots, including one where my back was to the basket.
No, seriously. I was also into baseball around the time when Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa were both chasing Roger Maris' single-season home-run record.
I had WGN, which was the home for the Chicago Cubs' games and I actually watched my fair share of them during that era.
I also had TBS, which was the home for Atlanta Braves games and, again, I watched a few of those as well.
Of course, in hindsight, that home-run chase ended up being a farce considering how roided up Mark and Sammy were at that time. After that point, however, and more specifically after Jordan retired, I haven't really followed sports.
I mean, I still keep up with basketball on a more casual basis and the Spurs are my team, even though they have no chance against the Warriors.
But it's nothing like it was when Jordan was around. As far as hockey's concerned, I've never been much of a fan.
I mean I had an NHL game for the PS2 and I enjoyed it, but I never seemed to get into the sport itself. Hockey, as a whole, is sort of like the red-headed stepchild of the sports world.
It's not nearly as popular as football, basketball, baseball and soccer the latter more worldwide, since hockey is really popular in Canada. I think the problem with hockey is the perception people have of it, where, most, of what you see is the fist fights and brawls between the players.
So people have this perception that it's a violent, less respectable sport than football. Which is absurd given the history of concussion, post-retirement, in football that the NFL tried to deny for years.
I don't know what hockey's record is since, obviously, it isn't as high-profile as the NFL, but you don't hear as many issues with their players after they retired as you do with retired football players.
That's another issue for another day, of course. What brings us here today, however, is this movie. If you didn't know, and if you're watching this movie then you must know, that this is a sequel to what might actually be one of my favorite sports comedies of all time.
I say that like I've seen a bunch of them. Problem with most sports movies is their reliance on the inspirational cliches about overcoming all the odds through hard work and determination.
This movie, however, doesn't do that. Hell, much like Slap Shot, it focuses on a B-tier hockey league that gets the spotlight because the main hockey league, which I believe is never mentioned by name, has a lockout.
Perhaps one of the things I like about this, and this might be silly, is how decidedly small-scale everything is in comparison to the bigger league.
The arenas aren't always full, in fact they're hardly ever full, in comparison to the 'big' league and the stakes aren't as high.
This movie continues where the last one left off, with Glatt still a member of the Highlanders at the start of a new season, when he is made captain of the team.
First game of the season, however, he gets into a fight with the opposing team's enforcer, Anders Cain.
This fight leads to Doug getting badly injured and forced into retirement. The Highlanders' owner, Hyrum Cain, wishes to capitalize on the media's focus on the B-tier league by hiring his son, Anders, to play for the Highlanders and immediately making him captain despite not having earned it.
He also plans to build the team around him despite, again, not having earned the respect of his teammates. The relationship between Hyrum and Anders is, probably, one of the more surprising elements of the film in that Anders longs to impress his father, who's a bit of a hardass, by doing everything he wants him to do.
Doug, now with a pregnant wife, moves on to an insurance job before he finds out that Anders is now the captain of his old team and he recruits and old nemesis, now turned friend, in Ross Rhea to help train him to get him back into the league.
Having said that, I feel like I need to point out some flaws right off the bat. Hyrum Cain Jonathan Cherry Marco Belchior George Tchortov Evgeni Yakovlena Karl Graboshas Oleg Yakovlena Trent Pardy Stevenson Richard Clarkin Gord Ogilvey Larry Woo Park Kim as Larry C.
Edit Storyline It's a new day for the Halifax Highlanders. Taglines: Punch retirement in the face. Edit Did You Know?
Trivia All of the hockey scenes were filmed at different venues than the previous film. Goofs When the Halifax Highlanders play the St John's Shamrocks, a Shamrocks player is shown wearing jersey 3.
This would not be possible as 3 is Ross Rhea's jersey number which was shown being retired in the previous movie. Quotes Eva : [ to Doug after he fights with Anders Cain ] You broke your promise.
Doug Glatt : I was scared. Never felt that before. He was wearing my "C. That's the best you can do?
I gave up stuff I liked doing too. Doug Glatt : It's different. You've never had a team. Eva : Yeah. Yeah, maybe you're right.
Doug Glatt : I can still do what I'm supposed to do. I can still fight. Eva : [ as she heads towards the door ] I guess that's a fucking problem.
Doug Glatt : Eva.Goon - Kein Film für Pussies Hauptseite Themenportale Zufälliger Artikel. Kategorien : Net Tv Plus Player US-amerikanischer Film Eishockeyfilm. Verleiher . The Goon: Last of the Enforcers reminds me of when I was young in the 60's and 70's watching Hockey with my father (RIP) And listening to his stories of when he and his brothers played Semi and Professional hockey. Some may find this movie crass and much too violent. The language is certainly not appropriate for anyone under 15 in my mind/5(). Goon: Last of the Enforcers; Goon: Last of the Enforcers; Goon: Last of the Enforcers; Goon: Last of the Enforcers; Komedie / Sportovní. Kanada / USA, , min56%(62). Goon: Last of the Enforcers - Un film di Jay Baruchel. Il seguito del film Goon. Con Jay Baruchel, Elisha Cuthbert, Liev Schreiber, Alison Pill, Marc-André Grondin. Sportivo, Canada, Reviews: 2. Daniel P Super Reviewer. During the game's afterparty, Anders provokes Doug into a fight, and when Eva sees that Doug has been fighting again, she kicks him out of the house. James Berardinelli. Perhaps they don't go into Kristina Nel much detail with these elements, but it's meant to be a comedy, I doubt you can't fully explore all the dynamics involved here without disrupting some of the comedy. Seann William Scott is still fun to watch and funny, but the character of Glatt feels like he may have gotten even dumber Goon: Last of the Enforcers is a sports comedy film directed by Jay Baruchel in his directorial debut and written by Baruchel and Jesse Chabot.A sequel to Goon (), the film stars Seann William Scott, Baruchel, Liev Schreiber, Alison Pill, Elisha Cuthbert, Wyatt Russell, Marc-André Grondin and Kim Coates. Goon: Last of the Enforcers Trailer #1 (): Check out the new Goon: Last of the Enforcers trailer starring Seann William Scott, Elisha Cuthbert, and T.J. The Goon: Last of the Enforcers reminds me of when I was young in the 60's and 70's watching Hockey with my father (RIP) And listening to his stories of when he and his brothers played Semi and Professional hockey. Some may find this movie crass and much too violent. Goon: The Last of the Enforcers brings together a phenomenal cast, produces many funny-as-hell gags, and continues the spirit of the original - and that's enough to keep you in the game. March Goon: Last of the Enforcers () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.