Goon: The Last of the Enforcers is a sports comedy film. I don’t see Doug Glatt (Seann William Scott) retiring from hockey just because he is injury prone and continually gets into fights. The way I see it he sees a new challenger in the horizon and challenges him as the leagues top leader in fights.
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I don’t see Doug hanging up his skates. He settles down and gets married to Eva (Alison Pill) with a baby on a way and a job as an insurance salesman but when Doug’s nemesis Anders Cain (Wyatt Russell) is captain Doug reclaims what’s his and comes back to hockey.
Goon: The Last of the Enforcers Doug Glatt vs Anders Cain
The Halifax Highlanders with the enforcer Doug Glatt goes after Andres Cain with the Reading Wolfdogs! Who wins? To make matters worse Anders is son to their rich, ruthless owner Hyrum Cain (Callum Keith Rennie), so he can’t be put in his place or can he?
Movie Review This is not a great sequel to the Original Goon
The Director, Co-Star, and Writer Jay Baruchel didn’t do a good job in this film because the comic punches don’t land with quite the same frequency, it’s because he hasn’t altered their trajectory much. He’s played it safe and stuck to the script resulting in a film that’s not funny.