The sports comedy Goon stars Seann William Scott as Doug Glatt, a slacker from a rich family who discovers he has a knack for hockey brawls. Dragged to a game by his best friend, Doug punches out the visiting team's toughest player when the angered thug rushes into the stands. The home team quickly recruits Doug (even though he can't skate) and encourages him to beat up their opponents.~Perry Seibert
Power play mode - interactive behind the scenes movie experience
Outtakes / blooper reel
HD Net: A Look at Goon
Goon hockey cards
Interview with Seann William Scott and Jay Baruchel
Commentary with director Michael Dowse and co-writer / actor Jay Baruchel
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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.
Fantastic movie. I have watched it streamed so many times I have to own it. Highly quotable and just stupid offensive comedy. If you love hockey or have ever played the sport competitively you’ll love this
I won’t spoil anything I’ll just say I was shocked how much I enjoyed this. I’m usually not a fan of his as I have come to expect a one trick pony. But he was really good in the movie. A great flick for hockey fans as well, just be warned not for sensitive ears.
I would recommend this movie to anyone who likes hockey or anyone who just likes good comedy. But beware if you have young kids in the house, because there is lots of strong language. I loved the movie. It is one that I can watch over and over with just a little time in between.Great movie.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Owned for 2 months when reviewed.
A fun film about minor league hockey. Humorous and entertaining.
If you like Hockey, you'll like this movie. You'll also like it if you like comedy, or if you're like me and you're a Kim Coates fan (Coach Ronnie Hortense). Entertaining all around, you'll laugh out loud.
Goon ranks right alongside the great hockey movie Slap Shot. It is a lot of fun with an extremely likable Sean William Scott as the main character. Loads of special features on the disc and the transfer is well done.