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Year: 2017

Original Title: Goon: Last of the Enforcers

Country: Canada

Length: 101 minutes

Genre: Comedy, Sports

Studios: Caramel Films

Distributor: Momentum Pictures

Suitable only for 15 years and over

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Release Dates

United Kingdom: September 08 2017

United States: September 01 2017


Ranking: 2,887 out of 14,124 movies (up 404)


5.0 by 3 media


This movie directed by Jay Baruchel is the sequel of 'Goon' of Michael Dowse. We are in the new season of the Halifax Highlanders, however, Doug -Seann William Scott- isn't inside of the team's squad. Allenated, he decide to leave the hockey and spends his time in his work life and in help to his parents. But the situation turns around of 180 degree. Suddenly, Doug discovers that his biggest enemy, Anders Cain -Wyatt Russell- had been appointed team's captain. Anders and the new owners of the group expect that the team leaves in ruins. Dou can't stays without doing anything and he decide revealed. The beggining of the story -'Goon'- is based by the novel: 'Goon: The True Story of an Unlikely Journey into Minor League Hockey' of Adam Frattasio and Doug Smith.


Cast Goon: Last of the Enforcers

Wyatt Russell

Anders Cain

Kim Coates

Ronnie Hortense

Jonathan Cherry

Marco Belchior

T.J. Miller

Chad Bailey



Trivia Goon: Last of the Enforcers

All the scene of hockey are filming in different stages Jay Baruchel and T. J. Millers had also worked together in 'HowTo Train Your Dragon' and in his sequel Wyatt Russell played in first division of hockey when he were in the University of Alabama-Hunstville. And he played in the category 'Junior' in Canada and The Netherlands