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Goon: Last of the Enforcers (2017)

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During a pro lockout, Doug "The Thug" Glatt is injured and must choose whether to defend his team against a dangerous new enemy, or be there for his wife as she prepares to give birth to his daughter.

Director: Jay Baruchel
Writers: Jay Baruchel, Jesse Chabot.

Release Date: 2017-03-17
Status: Released
Run time: 101 min / 1:41
Production Company : Caramel Films
Production Country: Canada
Release Date: 2017-03-17
Status: Released
Run time: 101 min / 1:41

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Seann William Scott
as Doug Glatt
Alison Pill
as Eva
Marc-André Grondin
as Xavier LaFlamme
Wyatt Russell
as Anders Cain
Callum Keith Rennie
as Hyrum Cain
Liev Schreiber
as Ross Rhea
Kim Coates
as Ronnie Hortense
Richard Clarkin
as Gord Oglivey
Elisha Cuthbert
as Mary
Jay Baruchel
as Pat
Jonathan Cherry
as Marco Belchior
Trent Pardy
as Stevenson
George Tchortov
as Evgeni
Karl Graboshas
as Oleg
Jason Jones
as Bob Forbes
David Paetkau
as Ira Glatt
T.J. Miller
as Sportscaster
Larry Woo
as Park Kim
Ellen David
as Mrs. Glatt
Curt Keilback
as Red McCauley
Tessa Bonhomme
as Female Reporter
Claire Stollery
as Janice
Glen McDonald
as Dr. Goodman
Andrew Herr
as Finch
Nathan Dales
as Petr
Emma Hunter
as Flight Attendant
Lane Manson
as Totan
Boomer Phillips
as Walters
Brandon Prust
as Penryth
Lindsay Christopher
as University Student (uncredited)
Fabio Lusvarghi
as Penalty Box Official (uncredited)
Heidi Matijevic
as Girl on Plane (uncredited)
Matthew Mease
as Reading Team Coach (uncredited)
Jill Morgan
as Spectator (uncredited)
Mark Quigley
as Scorekeeper (uncredited)
Dave Reachill
as Bartender (uncredited)
Sylvia Zuk
as Airport Passenger (uncredited)


Directing Jay Baruchel Director
Writing Jay Baruchel Screenplay
Writing Jesse Chabot Screenplay
Production Jeff Arkuss Executive Producer
Production Jay Baruchel Producer
Production Jesse Chabot Co-Producer
Production Valérie d'Auteuil Associate Producer
Production Evan Goldberg Executive Producer
Production Hartley Gorenstein Line Producer
Production David Gross Producer
Production Kyle Hunter Co-Executive Producer
Production Chantelle Kadyschuk Supervising Producer
Production André Rouleau Producer
Production Patrick Roy Executive Producer
Production Seann William Scott Executive Producer
Production Ariel Shaffir Co-Executive Producer
Production Jesse Shapira Executive Producer
Production Mark Slone Executive Producer
Sound Trevor Morris Original Music Composer
Camera Paul Sarossy Director of Photography
Editing Jason Eisener Editor
Production Sara Kay Casting
Production Jenny Lewis Casting
Art Michelle Lannon Art Direction
Art Mary Kirkland Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Lea Carlson Costume Design
Crew Melany Bourgouin Post Production Supervisor
Production Stefan Steen Production Manager
Production Kalene Osborne Casting Assistant
Production Ron McKenzie Location Manager
Sound Evan Dubinsky Music Supervisor
Directing Carolyn Arbuckle Script Supervisor
Production Jonathan Pencharz Production Coordinator

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  • Audience Reviews for Goon: Last of the Enforcers 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.

  • Film Review: ‘Goon: Last of the Enforcers’ Doug the Thug returns in a sequel to the 2011 Canadian hockey-comedy sleeper.

  • Goon 2 is much more of a self-aware and parodies the sport of hockey on a greater level. The story is a bit all over the place. Things are at their best when the focus is on Eva and Doug's relationship.

  • This one seems like they chopped up the last one for plot points, then went by the numbers to try to hit them all in some random order. Terrible writing, flat, stilted humor, and absolutely lacking in the charisma of the first one.

  • If the first Goon was “Rocky with Hockey,” then Goon: The Last Enforcer is Rocky II with hockey too. Jay Baruchel’s follow-up to the surprisingly smart, endearing and engrossing sports film is, itself, a surprisingly smart, endearing and engrossing sports sequel, full of raucous laughs but also able to wrest a few salty tears from even the most macho of audience members.

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  • This review of Goon: Last of the Enforcers is spoiler free ** (2/5) YOU CAN'T DISMISS the idea that Michael Dowse's Goon was a success, it was light, accessible and there was an incredible performance from the always likable Seann William Scott as enforcer Doug 'The Thug' Glatt, who's better with fists than sticks and it was undoubtedly funny. Unfortunately there were a couple of problems namely Jay Baruchel, sure he's a cracking voice actor (notably as How To Train Your Dragon's Hiccup).

  • In 2011, Goon offered a surprising new entry into the canon of great sports movies, in part because it was so unlike the majority of its predecessors. This isn’t to say that there’s never been a sports film about the vulgarities of athletic men in locker rooms (see: Major League, Bull Durham ...

  • Parents need to know that Goon: Last of the Enforcers is a 2017 sequel to the 2011 comedy in which a minor league hockey star must choose between settling down or continuing to play hockey. This is a very violent movie; hockey players are constantly getting into graphically bloody brawls on the ice.

  • Well cast and smartly written, "Goon: Last of the Enforcers" is built on different relationships. Doug and his teammates. Doug and his wife. Anders and his father. They all play a part in the story.