Doug Glatt, a slacker who discovers he has a talent for brawling is approached by a minor league hockey coach and invited to join the team as the "muscle." Despite the fact that Glatt can't skate his best friend, Pat, convinces him to give it a shot, and Glatt becomes a hero to the team and their fans, until the league's reigning goon becomes threatened by Glatt's success and decides to even the score.

Labeled an outcast by his brainy family, a bouncer overcomes long odds to lead a team of under performing misfits to semi-pro hockey glory, beating the crap out of everything that stands in his way. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Goon torrent reviews

Rick D (es) wrote: Interesting, but wished they talked more about the coding than the political impact.

Audio M (nl) wrote: creepy and cool! Nice little film this one!

Peter L (kr) wrote: My Rating: 4/5 stars; Grade: B+; Gesture: One Thumb Up; Status: Fairly Better (Fresh); Emoticon: :-).

David M (br) wrote: A modern take on 'Beauty & the Beast' that failed tremendously. Tedious & cringe worthy with virtually zero chemistry between the 2 leads - it was hard to watch. This doesn't even compare to the Disney classic of 1991, and that was a bloody cartoon. No stars from me.

Wayne S (it) wrote: movie never decides on what it wants to be, social commentary or mildly amusing. All in all it just end up being a bit boring.

Jesus L (us) wrote: this movie is awesome

Telly B (us) wrote: dumbest generic movie ever made. I didn't care for any character but the trainer.

Mathieu M (gb) wrote: vraiment mais alors vraiment pas terrible

Randy P (jp) wrote: The exploitation is unbelievable.A must not watch film. Awful.

Bethie W (es) wrote: LOVED IT! Aliens that look like the farting creatures from Doctor Who...that can take on human form. When killed they melt into a pile of goo then evaporate. Very amusing movie, Bruce Campbell as usual has great lines and delivers them flawlessly. This is a fun movie, not meant to be taken seriously just a fun way to waste an hour aand half.

Callum R (au) wrote: 1. Abril Despedacado: Or the rather cringe inducing english-language title of 'Behind The Sun' begins my new love affair with Brazilian cinema. With my independent trip to Rio looming I have decided to devote myself for the coming months to the countries cinema. One which has suffered timeless manipulations and change throughout its history. Starting with arguably Brazil's most contemporary well known director 'Walter Salles', I start with this, his 3rd feature film (4th if counting the bizaare documentary of 95's Socorro Nobre), but this engaging if plot light exploit into the usual Brazilian humdrum poor social class melodrama has a lot more to offer than the usual stereotype-drenched Brazilian cinema of late (City of God and Salles' own recent rags to ritches Linha de Passe). While there remain some thematic elements within this rather shallow story that do not quite fit within the narrative (the rather contrived and forcefully added in love story), it is the intriguing and touching relationship between the two brothers which allows 'Abril' to become something much more meaningful to Brazilian cinema. The imagery and cinematography such as that of 'the swinging' and the deeply symbolic meanings of life and death in feuding poor families do add a little bit more to the fray, and with such a gorgeous score to accompany the slightly predictable yet moving ending 'Abril' can stand proud amongst Brazil's recent long term relationship with poetic spectacle, while its plot remains as expected as ever. Verdict: 79/100 - If you can stomach this popular foder (excuse my portugese) as true Brazilian cinema, or are a mere mainstream spectator interested in foreign film there are a lot worse places to start than here, though the title may be the deal breaker...

Igor K (us) wrote: A slow ride through the suburbs of Austria and back of the dark side of the human mind. A group of mixed character's from young to senior from genius to mentally challenged ones. The acting delivered is very good, you almost feel that it is a documentary not a movie. The Grotesque character's can maybe sometimes too unrealistic, but unfortunately if you think twice you could find them in your own neighbour hood also. The director gives a clean, distant dissection of the monotonous flat and sterile living with people deprived from emotions captured in their inner cells of despair. Two of the characters have an aquarium which is the symbol for the shiny and glowy item but which gives a still water life with no possibility to escape just to die. Also it gives a picture of frustated men which cannot connect to the women and start abusing them in their hopelessness, while women obey them and go along with the constant abuse. A sad but very true story of a human nature...

Nancy L (br) wrote: I saw this in Ecology class at Wellesley back in '91...THE most hilarious natural history film ever made. I also recommend "The Natural History of the Chicken" by Mark Lewis....

James R (gb) wrote: Perfect quirky documentary about cooky old men and people who will become cooky old men in a Podunk Floridian town. No narration. No back story. No real event or obvious purpose for existing. Things said by these people made me have to double take quite often in the short 56 minute run-time. Even though one would call these ordinary people, as characters they are brilliantly diverse and interesting. "This here is a gofer," says a lanky old man holding a turtle he just pulled out of one of his DIY chain link cages.

Kyle S (br) wrote: It's not so much that this is a scary movie (although it packs the ominous by the anvil weight); rather, it's psychologically and thematically rich! I love the implied idea that, the surer your grip on the universe - be it in unflappably rational or the absurdly supernatural - the more the very forces you deny ultimately make their presence known and have their way. The "logic/emotion" dichotomy, though obviously well-tread ground, is tread here with remarkable efficiency and expressiveness, and it makes its points more cleverly and sophisticatedly than many of its peers and successors ever managed. Furthermore, it opens with an cheesy/awesome/dated audio-only monologue quite theatrically "casting out evil." It's stuff that would make for a perfect intro sample for a doom metal record, so naturally I was hooked straightaway. Come to think of it, Burn is precisely the sort of horror I envision when I listen to Electric Wizard ... and to that I say, "Right on." It's a fantastic viewing selection for the witching hour (pun fully intended, duh), and it's essential viewing for any fan of horror or anything dark. Get creeped out.

jay n (es) wrote: Lavish but emotionally empty. Susan is always worth watching, Vera Miles is wonderfully malevolent but Gavin is a tree and hurts the picture fatally, if you want to see the story told correctly watch the Margaret Sullavan/Charles Boyer version but if you just want to luxuriate in jewels, furs and beautiful people this one's for you.

Vadim D (gb) wrote: The film is daring in its subject matter, and Otto Preminger is well known for tackling controversial plots well ahead of the rest of the industry. While Sinatra is fantastic in his portrayal of a loving person with a dark habit, the film is full of random characters that are all over the place and don't necessarily do the plot any justice. Perhaps it was needed to lighten the tone of the film and distract censors from the real subject matter. At this time, the film almost veers into kitsch, which isn't always bad, but probably not what Preminger hoped for.

David W (fr) wrote: Still fun even if bad

Larry Y (ru) wrote: Owen Wilson, you're on my list of people I'm officially sick of. So's your brother.

Oliver N (es) wrote: While this comedy does have its weaknesses (in the form an average ending) the majority is a bundle of laughs, from both Bateman and McCarthy alike. Even though the material they had to work with wasn't great, it still remains as one of the funniest movies of 2013.Verdict: B-