Goon: Last Of The Enforcers - AV Club Review


Great sequels tend to enrich or build upon the appeal of their predecessors. Lousy sequels misplace that appeal or obscure it by making everything way bigger. Somewhere in the middle lies a movie like Goon: Last Of The Enforcers. Co-writer, co-star, and now director Jay Baruchel has reassembled most of the cast of his 2011 sleeper for a second helping of everything people liked about it: the vulgar locker-room camaraderie, the amusingly brutal fisticuffs, and Seann William Scott’s good-natured numbskull routine.

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