FLICKANALYSIS

GOON: The Last of the Enforcers by Karl Sides (The Flick Fanatic)

Sean William Scott is back as hockey fighter Doug Glatt in the sequel to the 2011 underground hit with GOON: LAST OF THE ENFORCERS

Doug Glatt is Back!

It’s a new season and Doug Glatt and the Highlander hockey team is fighting for the playoffs again. But the new group of fighters is you

 

nger and Glatt (Sean William Scott) is older and injury riddled from all the beatings he took last season. The Highlanders has a new owner Hyrum Cain (Callum Keith Rennie) that has a win at all cost plan. Doug is the same goon as last season and picks a fight with the owner’s son playing on a rival team, and gets his head handed to him.

Glatt is beaten and has an injured shoulder. Doug’s wife Eva, expecting their first child wants her husband to walk away and get into a less violent form of work…selling insurance.  Glatt can barely add 2 plus 2, so he isn’t going to sell any insurance, instead he stumbles upon an underground hockey fighting contest that is headlined by his old nemesis Ross Rhea (Liv Schreiber). Rhea agrees to train Glatt like a warped version of Mickey and Rocky Balboa.

Doug makes it back only to find Anders Cain (Wyatt Russell) on the Highlanders and his teammate. This is just one of the many obstacles the Highlanders and Glatt have to overcome to make the playoffs.

Goon: Last of the Enforcers is an AWFUL film that really shouldn’t have been made. The story seems forced and is stupid. The hockey fights are the same and good supporting actors TJ Miller and Elisha Cuthbert are wasted. The fights with Glatt are even repetitive and boring. This isn’t worth watching for free on cable!

I am Karl the Flick Fanatic and I give Goon 2 a game misconduct for wasting our time!

Rated R for Language and violence

Rating: 0/6

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