One more treat for you this Thanksgiving. And it is something to truly be thankful for if you’re a hockey fan. I very much look forward to watching my Bruins later today!
2011’s Goon, starring Seann William Scott as someone who has a particular talent for fighting and ends up on a hockey team as their enforcer, was easily the best hockey comedy since 1977’s Slap Shot. A sequel to the movie is on the way, titled Goon: Last of the Enforcers, and the first trailer for the movie has been released online. William Scott returns to reprise his role in the sequel, and Jay Baruchel, who wrote, produced, and starred in the first, returns to write, star, and even direct this time around.
Be sure to continue below to check out the first trailer for Goon: Last of the Enforcers, along with a recently released poster.
20th Century Fox has released the first full trailer for the next installment of the Ice Age series, titled Ice Age: Collision Course. A teaser trailer for the movie was released back in December if you missed it.
The movie once again stars Ray Romano, Denis Leary, John Leguizamo, Queen Latifah, and others, and follows the group setting off in search of safety with a major threat to the world they live in looming.
You can read more about the movie and check out the trailer below.
A trailer for the next title in the Ice Age series has been released online by 20th Century Fox. The movie is the fifth animated feature to be released in the franchise since it began way back in 2002.
In the movie, titled Ice Age: Collision Course, a series of events unfold leading to a threat to the entire world. The voice cast once again includes Ray Romano, Denis Leary, John Leguizamo, Queen Latifah, and many others, including a group of newcomers to the movies.
You can read an official synopsis and cast rundown and watch the trailer for Ice Age: Collision Course below.
Goon Netflix Streaming DVD | Blu-ray
Directed by Michael Dowse
Starring Seann William Scott, Liev Schreiber, Jay Baruchel, Marc-Andre Grondin, Alison Pill, Kim Coates, David Lawrence, Robb Wells, John Paul Tremblay, Mike Smith
Originally Released: September 10, 2011
Goon is one of those movies that will sneak up on you and surprise you. You see it for what seems like forever pop up in your suggestions on Netflix, and then when you finally decide to give it a shot; it hits you across the back of the head with its cleverness and its subtleties as well. Primarily a comedy film, Goon has some deep-rooted social commentary within, with a unique and noteworthy performance from Seann William Scott.
Directed by Michael Dowse, and roughly based on a true story that served as inspiration for the basis of the tale, Goon follows Doug Glatt (Scott) caught in a rut in his daily life. He feels despondent and isolated, and unconnected – the black sheep of the family, and only one buddy in the form of foul-mouthed hockey TV commentator Pat (Jay Baruchel). With a talent in fighting, Glatt goes through life as a bouncer for a local club, while passionately keeping track of his favorite sport, hockey.
It’s hard to describe a movie like Movie 43, because there is no actual place to start. The comedy is a collection of shorts and skits directed by – take a deep breath now – Patrick Forsberg, Peter Farrelly, Elizabeth Banks, Steven Brill, Steve Carr, Tusty Cundieff, James Duffy, Griffin Dunne, James Gunn, Bob Odenkirk, and Brett Ratner. If you thought the directors list was big, just wait until you see the cast list.
This hilarious red band trailer features comedic acts that can only be described as vulgar, disgusting, provocative, offensive, and other repulsive adjectives you can think of. But it’s all for the sake of comedy, and this red band trailer reveals that Movie 43 has the potential to be a daring comedy. Check out the trailer and the actors involved below.
The film stars so many people, that it’s impossible to fit them in this opening text. Take a deeper breath than the one you took before, as this is the cast of Movie 43…