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Goal! 3

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  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Average Customer Review: 1.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0052YPE1O
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 93,440 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By C. Williams on 28 Jun. 2009
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
First Off I loved the first two and couldn't wait to see that Goal 3 had finally came out. Bad thing was I'm in the US and it isn't realesed here. I took the chance and the blu-ray of this movie worked perfectly in my US PS3.

I thought all that was good news until I watched it. Has two lines in the entire movie that even references the first two. The description on the box is a blatant lie. Santiago Munez pulls a steven seagal like in Executive Decision basically. He is no more than scenery in this movie. You follow two characters that have come out of no where and the football scenes are dreadful at best, all green screens. They are never with actual players and the game footage is just a montage of the 2006 world cup highlights. The auto mechanics from the first two have a bigger part than Santiago Munez. Glen Foye isn't even referenced in this movie!

It is so sad that they had to deface and ruin what could have been a great trilogy. I will be throwing my copy in a bonfire during the fourth of July holiday. You will truly thank me for saving you the hour and a half that this movie sucks away from you and destroys your good feelings about the franchise.

Casey
Chicago, IL (USA)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By wes on 11 July 2009
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WORST follow up ever. Santi lasts for maybe 12 mins tops, nothing about his life. This follow up should have been him at least trying to change his life.

Movie has horrible green screens, acting is corny, story line has nothing to do with the first 2. Barely any football. gavin harris doesn't even get mentioned, the only football player they show is Beckham and the rest of the Real Madrid team is missing and they also forgot anna freil.
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By Florida89 on 20 Mar. 2011
Format: Blu-ray
Not much more to add from other reviews, this is terrible, terrible film. Really enjoyed the first 2 goal movies so rented this without reading reviews and was so disappointed. Doesn't follow from the previous story at all and barely contains Munez! Hated the new English guys this movie focuses on and wished them harm at every opportunity!
Had to force myself to sit through the whole thing despite being so tempted to turn it off in disgust. Game footage in the previous movies was quite well done where Munez was spliced in, but in Goal III it's so budget it made me cringe every time they were on. With no exaggeration this is probably the worst film I have ever seen.
Surely there will have to be a 4th film to do justice to the first 2 movies so we can find out what happens to Munez's career and his family.
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..which bears no relation to the preceding to stories about Santiago's rise to success. We should have been warned by the dismal 'to be continued...' ending of Goal 2 - the only thing that was continued was the football theme. A Santiago injury early in the film effectively sidelines him both on the pitch and in the film. There are brief moments of poignancy, but this smacks of a low budget made for tv movie which lacks the charm of the previous two films.
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