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  • Actors: Seann William Scott, Jay Baruchel, Liev Schrieber, Marc-André Grondin, Alison Pill
  • Directors: Michael Dowse
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Entertainment One
  • DVD Release Date: 4 Jun. 2012
  • Run Time: 91 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B006DZZZYW
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 21,474 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Doug Glatt (Seann William Scott, American Pie, Role Models) may not be the sharpest blade on the rink, but he’s got a killer right hook. When his best friend (Jay Baruchel, Knocked Up) runs into trouble, Doug’s ability to beat the crap out of everyone and everything impresses the coach of a failing ice hockey team who quickly enrol him as protector of their screwed up ex-star player, La Flamme. Bonding through brawls, beer and broken bones, the team find a place in the big league. But when Doug comes fist to face with notoriously violent pro-player, Ross ‘The Boss’ Rhea (Liev Schreiber, X-Men Origins: Wolverine), the gloves are well and truly off...

Special Features:

  • Power play clips
  • Deleted scenes
  • Outtakes / blooper reel
  • Interviews with Seann William Scott and Jay Baruchel
  • Goalie audition
  • Fighting 101
  • Goon hockey cards

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Seann William Scott may best be known for his career-making performance as Stifler in the American Pie movies, but as he proves in Goon, there's a lot more to him than that. In fact, here he plays someone that's against the characters of his that we've met before. In Goon, Scott is the innocent one, who just happens to have a real talent for bashing seven shades out of people. Which, consequently, leads to an ice hockey career.

Goon works on two objectives: to be funny, and to be violent. It comfortably succeeds with both. There's teeth falling out and blood spilling, as Goon delivers on-ice action of some intensity. There's room for the jokes to keep flying too, and while the tone of the movie is wildly uneven, it nonetheless hangs together well.

The DVD boasts some interesting extra material too, with footage that didn't make the final cut, funny bloopers, a closer look at the fighting, and some time spent in the company of Seann William Scott and co-star Jay Baruchel. But with a scene-stealing Liev Schreiber also on board, Goon's main feature remains the best reason to pick this disc up. It’s not for the squeamish, though. At all. --Jon Foster

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By J. Morris TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 28 Feb. 2012
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Goon is a film about Ice Hockey 'Enforcers' - players that are kept on the bench until some sort of infraction requires someone to go out on to the ice and give the offending player a beating. This role and these guys actually exist! Anyhow, Doug Glatt (Seann William Scott - Gary The Tennis Coach) is a hapless bouncer until he attends a local ice hockey game that sees him shatter a players helmet with a head butt; naturally impressed the local coach picks the simple yet tenacious Doug "The Thug" Glatt up as his Goon. Meanwhile, Doug meets local girl Eva (Alison Pill - Scott Pilgrim vs. The World) and starts an innocent romance.

Doug's proficiency at taking and dishing out beatings sees him rise up the ranks until he is set to meet his aging idol and renowned brawler Ross "The Boss" Rhea (Liev Schreiber - X-Men Origins: Wolverine) - will the nicest guy on the ice be able to topple "The Boss"?

Goon is an Ice-hockey film that is less about hockey and more about team spirit and straight-up fist fights. William-Scott plays Doug with great aplomb, being genuinely stupid without straying into some sort of mental problem, the end result is a funny guy that you can feel for & laugh at without pitying - not an easy role to nail. He is supported by a host of amusing team-mates, all with their own idioms.
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Moronic,but highly ernjoyable Hockey movie which continues to extend the goonery which first appeared in Paul Newmans wonderful film"Slapshot!",some forty years ago!
This story concerns a guy called Goon,who is a lousy skater,but is signed up by a struggling minor league hockey team in Morth America,because he is a devastating Hitter-a real knockout specialist! We follow Goon through his many fights,plus a touching little romance which barely merits inclusion in the movie,until he finally comes up against his undefeated rival who he's got to take out,if his team is to win the League title.
And that's it,the whole story-,except for the end,which I leave you,the readers, to find out for yourselves
Good but Gory,and don't be surprised if the kids cream your next door neighbours kids,after they've watched it. Ha!
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Goon - the film I saw advertised a couple years back and thought looked impossibly and dissapointingly average. And it wasn't until i was actually advised by a friend of it's brilliance and me then purchasing it that I found out it is far from average. Goon isn't what you think it is, it is basically a film about a 'dim' bouncer that doesn't seem to feel pain, and can put almost any man to the ground with ease. Without ruining the story; Doug Glatt goes on a journey through the Ice Hockey league, going from rags to riches from his talent of being impossibly tough. The thing that made this film better than average was basically Scott's performance. He does a fantastic job and plays the part well, and brings a some-what heart-warming vibe to the viewer. The only niggles I have about the film is firstly the editing - I don't think there was many if any scenes that exceded 5 seconds, it felt rushed. The writing; whereas the story itself is different and enjoyable, alot of the dialogue is just boring, especially scenes where Doug talks at the level of an 8 year old - it just doesn't look right. Aside from these slight problems, it's a great film to just chill out and watch, there's violence, there's love, and there's connection to the film, a good watch.
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First impressions: noisy, violent, blood-soaked, foul-mouthed. Also funny and fast-moving. I couldn't hear all the dialogue. I bought it because I am a Liev Schreiber fan. I think all the actors and/or skaters did well, that's why I gave it 4 stars.

The film is partially fact-based, mostly a story about hockey bruisers beating each other up. There's not much hockey, what there is is filmed in short spurts so you can't follow the action. A rather sweet little love story runs parallel to the main. I am a skater, and I think that British ice hockey is not so violent. I support the Army/Navy/Marines teams, and they would not be allowed to get away with the bad behaviour in this film. It's quite enjoyable though.
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Certain sports befuddle the Englishman; American Football is one, basketball another. One sport that the Americans do like and which I understand is Ice Hockey - it contains fighting. `The Goon' is a film based on the true story of Doug Smith who gained some small notoriety from being an enforcer on the ice and not a player as such. Played as a comedy, `Goon' follows Seann William Scott's Doug as he rises from never playing the sport to making it to the big leagues, mostly by protecting the other players on his team and punching the opponents.

`Goon' is a good natured film that aims to please and does just that. Scott is great as the simple minded Doug, think Stiffler, but pleasant. There is a worrisome feeling that Doug is perhaps mentally challenged, but it is never delved into, so I assume he was just meant to be a bit thick. The film blends the off ice action well with the on ice action. I like my sports films to actually recognise the activity, rather than completely ignoring it. `Goon' does this and some of the best scenes are set out on the ice as The Goon fights for glory.

There is a certain rawness to the film that is in keeping with Doug's lower league status in the film, but is also down to the lack of budget. Michael Dowse does a good job in directing a film to the scale it is, but you cannot help wondering that with some more support the film could have been even better. As it is, the film is a good watch, especially for Ice Hockey or comedy film fans. However, the alienating nature of the rules of the sport may be off-putting to some.

Its raw nature means that `Goon' does not need to be seen in BluRay for the film to work.
3.5 stars
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