Not even kicking a ball in the 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. I was hoping for the same quality here, didn't get it at all. The acting is pitiful, the script is criminal and it was almost so bad, I could have watched it all over again, just to laugh at the total ineptitude. And the action is bad. All in all I found the story boring and had no relation to the first two movies. This movie that left me empty inside! Do not bother watching as you can get more entertainment watching Sunday league football at your local park for free.
This only adds to Liam's preexisting alcoholism and release from. Enesta ocasión la ultima entrega de la película de Goal, s e centrara en dosnuevos jugadores que se encuentran en disputa para Inglaterra. This one didn't make any sense! I mean it, if you have any taste at all don't watch this movie, it's a huge disrespect to the other two movies and to the viewers. They gave us a shitty conclusion to what seemed like a great continuity. This movie actually made me mad when watching it that it didn't follow the previous Goal! It also lets us down with the cameo's and the filming.
I reckon he had to be in there due to some legal stuff. The film goes on to depict the World Cup from the English perspective. Had higher expectations from the first two, even though I didn't fancy the second one as much as the first one. Awkward way how Santos is out of book in a car accident in which he breaks his hand, not being able to participate in World Cup! Not one scene where you could believe they where really out there playing for real. Furthermore, it doesn't appear to fit in at all with the two earlier parts of this trilogy, as the main character, Santiago is relegated to a supporting role and none of the people around him from the earlier parts have survived. The movie is just bad.
If any of you value your time and most importantly money then please do not watch this movie. The writers for this movie should be ashamed that they strayed so far away from the munez story of the first two movies. Wow, that is all i can say. My first thought was, who the hell are these two blokes charlie and Liam character? There are definitely some plants on this page trying to boost the scores and writing false reviews - don't be duped. I would really like to know why someone thought this film is worth shooting. Goal 3: Taking On The World es una pelicula estadounidense que fue dirigida por Andrew Morahan y escrita por Mike Jefferies, Adrian Butchart y Terry Loane. Esta es la última entrega de la trilogía de Goal.
I mean why, why, why end the trilogy killing of the storyline and character that many fans fell in love with and related to? Unlike in the first two films, Roz, Glen Foy, and Gavin Harris do not feature in the film, and all actual professional footballers are shown through stock World Cup footage. 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. Una historia, donde se tiene que luchar hasta el final, tomando en cuenta varios aspectos. The two main characters were just plain unlikable. This is an atrocious film. It doesn't even tie in with the other ones.
It's just an ordinary drama that has as background a World Championship! The movie should have been center on finishing up the loose ends of Santiago, but it wasn't. Therefore, when I saw Goal! The lines and the acting was awful. 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. They even try to make a lad look like Sven-G? There will also be reunion with a few earlier stars, featuring Roz Anna Friel , Gavin Harris, Glenn Foy and Roz's Mum, Carol. 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. The first movie was called Goal! Waiting to see how Munez would fare in the World Cup we are subjected to two unknown footballers playing on the fringe of the England squad.
I am almost sure that there was no script, they just went along as they shot it. Full of stereotypical characters, boring plot, little integration between the actors and real football footage, which was a strength in earlier versions. I will say one thing, it did have us laughing. Debido a que la historia no tiene la misma esencia. Since then, i sat angrily watching a story about two characters that did not belong in the story line. Meanwhile, Liam Adams discovers to his horror that he has a new daughter, Bella, from former love interest June played by. It was an absolute awful film.
What I loved about the first two films it was the way the filmmakers combined football as the sport and football as a way of life. This movie doesn't even follow the first two except a few characters. Roz, Gavin, Glen, where were they? Santi barley features and the old characters are not even mentioned. What really gets to me is that I had collected the first two in anticipation of completing the trilogy. Go for a walk instead. The story is already there. However it will require producers who love the movie as much as the fans love it.
Hell, even Raúl, Beckham, and co. However, in the match against , Braithwaite is injured, and later collapses in the changing room. There's no soccer issue other than the drinking oh wow. This is hard to understand considering the first two movies were about him. Not people trying to make a quick buck! What can I say which hasn't been already said? Its like they took a load of random ideas and stuck them together not very well either!! This time round, Munez is not the main character of the film he has very little screen time with that role going to Liam Adams and Charlie Braithwaite. The most disappointing film ever made totally ruined the trilogy awful beyond words I can't understand why they made it at all. All three best friends and Braithwaite's new love interest and soon to be fiancée Sophia Tardelli played by Kasia Smutniak suffer's a car accident which puts Munez out of contention through injuries.