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    The movie depicts exceedingly nice but somewhat dimwitted bouncer Doug Glatt who becomes the enforcer for a minor league ice hockey team, beating the crap out of everything that stands in his way.  
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  • Actors of "Goon"

  • Characters of "Goon"

    Eva. Character of Goon
    Played by: Alison Pill
    Ross Rhea. Character of Goon
    Played by: Liev Schreiber
    Dr. Glatt. Character of Goon
    Played by: Eugene Levy
    Xavier LaFlamme. Character of Goon
    Ronnie Hortense. Character of Goon
    Played by: Kim Coates
    Gord Ogilvey. Character of Goon
    Marco Belchier. Character of Goon
    Evgeni. Character of Goon
    Oleg. Character of Goon
    Played by: Karl Graboshas
    Mrs. Glatt. Character of Goon
    Played by: Ellen David
    Paris Hilton. Character of Goon
    Quebec. Character of Goon
    Played by: Jere Gillis
  • Directors of "Goon"

    Michael Dowse. Director of Goon
    Michael Dowse
    Birthdate: 19 April 1973, London, Ontario, Canada
  • Creators of "Goon"

    Jay Baruchel. Director of Goon
    Jay Baruchel
    Birthdate: 9 April 1982, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
    Evan Goldberg. Director of Goon
    Evan Goldberg
  • Critic Reviews of "Goon"

    New York Magazine/Vulture
    January 08, 2013

    As the brutality ramps up, and the story gains real consequence, for some reason, we actually laugh harder. Goon is a comedy, often a very funny one, but you might be hesitant to call it that once you've actually seen it.

    Washington Post
    April 20, 2012

    [Scott] is reason enough to see the film, which otherwise is a by-the-book sports comedy.

    Boston Globe
    April 12, 2012

    The movie's unlikely sincerity can't completely offset its ugliness for less bloodthirsty viewers, but it helps, and it does smooth over some narrative rough edges.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    April 05, 2012

    The movie is harsh, nasty and vulgar like you wouldn't believe. And often, it's hilarious.
    March 30, 2012

    It's an underdog story that doesn't take itself too seriously, tender as a bruise and about as blue.

    March 30, 2012

    George Roy Hill's classic Slap Shot may still hold the title as the quintessential hockey comedy, but Goon certainly deserves to be mentioned in its company, juggling charm and grit and raunch and bloody teeth with assuredness and aplomb.

    Philadelphia Weekly
    May 03, 2015

    I laughed so hard I almost injured myself. My distinguished colleague fell out of his chair.

    The Patriot Ledger
    June 02, 2013

    Crosses the blue line so often you're compelled to pin it against the boards and administer a quick knee to the groin.

    National Post
    January 08, 2013

    The result is a 92-minute misconduct penalty.

    Time Out Chicago
    January 08, 2013

    A disarmingly sweet descendant of the blood-on-the-ice classic Slap Shot.

    TV Guide
    January 08, 2013

    It's the kind of small-budget comedy that earns your goodwill early and easily, even if it isn't breaking new ground or transcending its readily apparent monetary constraints.

    Austin American-Statesman
    January 08, 2013

    Scott, never known for being choosy about his roles, actually has ended up in a sweet little movie.

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