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Barry T (us) wrote: This was a pleasent suprise and rather excellant. Department q is the area in a police deptament where unsolved cases go and 2 cops get assigned to a gripping case of a missing presumed dead poiltcian. The relationship bewteen the 2 cops was exceelant and the story was gripping tha last 20 mins in particular.
Brandon W (fr) wrote: Goon is directed by Michael Dowse, and it stars Seann William Scott, Jay Baruchel, Alison Pill, and Liev Schreiber in a sports comedy about a bodyguard that wanted to do something worthwhile in his life, and when his best friend and him went to a hockey game, one of the hockey team was about to go at Pat (Jay Baruchel) Doug (Seann William Scott) goes at the player and beats the living crap out of him, which got one of the hockey coach to notice him and hired him as a goon. When going through YouTube, I was watching a video about movies that people haven't seen in a decade, which I actually have, and when I saw Goon in one of the list, I figured I go back to it again and see how it holds up, which it really does. I haven't seen Seann William Scott in a while, and in this, he's fantastic in this, and it's interesting that even though he plays a goon, he's also a really nice guy that would mess with someone that would either mess with the main character, his family, or his team. The team members are very memorable, and the fight scenes are entertaining to watch, even if it's brutal to watch at times that some people would look away from the film. As Jay Baruchel's first script, which he co-wrote with Evan Goldberg, it's really good at bringing humor to it, while also creating a lot of heart, which is something that I haven't quite seen in a while. Alison Pill is really good, and the chemistry between Eva and Doug is very adorable. The hockey scenes are exciting that got me to hope that Doug's team would succeed as I cared about the characters, and I like that Liev Schreiber's character is not necessarily a villain in this as he doesn't hate the main character, and more or less respects him. Goon is probably my favorite hockey film that I hope that Goon: Last of the Enforcers gets made so I can go and see it.
Jason S (br) wrote: With a different brand of humor than the original Anchorman 2 is still enjoyable but not quite as shocking as the original.
Amanda (de) wrote: Quite the intreating movie I must say. Lots of interesting twists. Gaspard was great as always. Enjoyed it nonetheless. Interesting to watch as well. The ending was quite rough. Too abrupt. Pretty sad also...
Abid H (mx) wrote: A comedy about mental illness! Daniel Craig can act! Has a good, though predictable story with good strong performances from Daniel, David and Kelly. Lots of comedy, drama, action, emotion - sounds like a bollywood flick!!!
Nick V (ru) wrote: It's like When Harry Met Sally except this version sucks.
Tyson P (de) wrote: basically a recycled version of the origonal without the funniest character, Pops. the movie is trying to be funny but you end up laughing at the movie not with it. still entertaining for the over the top cultural references.
Karsh D (kr) wrote: Boiling hot summer in New York sees the locals get hot under the collar as racial tensions come to the fore after incidents in a pizza parlour.
Ai A (ru) wrote: "Someday I'm gonna be walking down the streets minding my own business and BAM! I'm gonna be shot by some pig, who's gonna swear that it was some mistake. I accept that as part of my destiny!"
chase (ca) wrote: an effective thriller.