They took the soul of the 1 and 2 out. I really can't see whats even slightly okay about this picture. I will say one thing, it did have us laughing. Perhaps the Swedish goals against England in World Cup 2006, and perhaps Leo Gregory is a fine actor loved him in 'Stoned' , but I wouldn't recommend this film to anyone. The plot and characters are barely recognisable from the first 2 films and it's full of stock footage from the 2006 world cup.
I'M not a fan of soccer and I have to say that the first two movies were great, maybe in the top 5 sport movies ever made. The story line was laughable. Anyone who enjoyed this movie is either related to someone who's in it or is still a teenager. . And what was with the weird trashy porno film set??? What happened to the great story line in the first 2 films?? It was more like the story about the love life of two footballers. For a trilogy to end like this with characters we don't care about, with Munêz not even a major character here is just bad. I mean come it was a free taxi ride for god sake and suddenly your best man at the wedding.
This one didn't make any sense! I am almost sure that there was no script, they just went along as they shot it. The lines and the acting was awful. If you loved the first two, then don't watch this one, you'll be greatly disappointed. Not people trying to make a quick buck! So just like The Rocky Story was saved, Goal can be saved with a real 3rd installation. Bottom Line, this movie will not only disappoint you, but if you watched the first two, will anger and leave you dissatisfied by the ending of what i thought to be a great trilogy. The first two I would give a seven they were more center on the characters and soccer scenes were more entertaining.
I mean come it was a free taxi ride for god sake and suddenly your best man at the wedding. It was an absolute awful film. It's never been about cinematic perfection when it comes to the Goal-movies, but this picture was truly horrific in all possible ways. I just finished watching this film and i have to say way to give up at the end. I am almost sure that there was no script, they just went along as they shot it.
I can only hope they have another go at this film in the future with the proper characters and plot and this film is put firmly in the garbage where it belongs. It doesn't even tie in with the other ones. . Full of stereotypical characters, boring plot, little integration between the actors and real football footage, which was a strength in earlier versions. And the action is bad. They even try to make a lad look like Sven-G? Have you seen how bad it looks when they use the real World Cup footage and stick the actors in front? Santi barley features and the old characters are not even mentioned. It was more like the story about the love life of two footballers.
There was no build up or character development. The story line was pathetic the acting was rubbish and even the computer effects were so obvious that it looked fake I probably could have done better with a home camera and some expensive software to edit the clips. What really gets to me is that I had collected the first two in anticipation of completing the trilogy. . If any of you value your time and most importantly money then please do not watch this movie.
. The story is already there. There was hardly any football in the movie. Even real life footballers had no part in this, it was just footage from the matches of the world cup! What can I say which hasn't been already said? So my advice is if you think goal 3 will be anything like the first two movies then you will be bitterly disappointed as I was. Hell, even Raúl, Beckham, and co.
If you were expecting to watch the very kind, very lovable Santiago Munez wearing the green Mexican shirt, playing the most important games of his life in a world cup, competing against stars like Beckham or Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo you are up for an enormous disappointment. The writers for this movie should be ashamed that they strayed so far away from the munez story of the first two movies. Adams says great I'll sort you out for tickets to see england in the world cup after the knockout stage. I flinched every time Kuno Becker kicked a ball sincerely, he could have trained more but I liked his character enough to ignore that little thing and enjoy his epic rise to stardom. This movie doesn't even follow the first two except a few characters. With a script this bad It is no wonder some of the actors who played big parts in Goal 1 and 2 did not sign up for Goal 3. This sounds a reasonable thing to do.
Anyone who enjoyed this movie is either related to someone who's in it or is still a teenager. Santiago Munez, the wonder kid, suddenly becomes an average mid-table club player. Reviewed by shanaboxer 1 I went into this film thinking that it would carry on from the first 2 goal films and be about the story of the brilliant mexian footballer santiago munez reaching the ultimate dream of playing in the world cup. This is hard to understand considering the first two movies were about him. It might have to be that I am an American, but thought it was just a showcase how England football failure in the world cup. Not even kicking a ball in the world cup.