Goon: Last of the Enforcers

2017 Canadian film

Goon: Last of the Enforcers is a 2017 Canadian sports comedy film directed by Jay Baruchel in his directorial debut and written by Baruchel and Jesse Chabot. A sequel to Goon (2011), the film stars Seann William Scott, Baruchel, Liev Schreiber, Alison Pill, Elisha Cuthbert, Wyatt Russell, Marc-André Grondin and Kim Coates.

Principal photography began in Toronto on June 22, 2015. The film was released in Canada on March 17, 2017 and on September 1, 2017 in the United States.



During a pro hockey lockout, Doug "The Thug" Glatt's (Seann William Scott) lower-league team, the Halifax Highlanders, receive media focus. Their owner, Hyrum Cain (Callum Keith Rennie), seeks to capitalize on the attention. For the opening game, Doug is made captain, but loses a fight with the rival team's enforcer, Anders Cain (Wyatt Russell), the son of the Highlanders' owner. Badly injured, Doug retires to a more stable job as an insurance salesman, while he and his pregnant wife Eva make preparations for their child. Without Doug, the Highlanders go on a long losing streak, prompting the owner to push for changes. He signs several overseas players and his son.

Meanwhile, Doug finds no joy in his new job, and tries to find a way back into hockey. His old rival, Ross "The Boss" Rhea, convinces him to join him in a hockey fighting league, where he could find a way back into the game. He wins a ten-man battle royale, watched by Hyrum. Meanwhile, Anders does not perform well for the Highlanders, and eventually gets suspended for violence. Hyrum adds Doug back to the roster, as competition for his son. Before Doug's first game back, Eva makes him promise not to fight, for the sake of their future child. Doug reluctantly agrees, and the team goes on a winning streak, but when Anders returns from suspension, he goads Doug into being more aggressive. Doug and Anders interrupt a game during a dispute, and they are both suspended for the next game. During the game's afterparty, Anders provokes Doug into a fight, and when Eva sees that Doug has been fighting again, she kicks him out of the house.

Meanwhile, the Highlanders must win the last two games of the season to sneak into the playoffs. Hyrum signs Ross, at the expense of firing Anders. While Ross helps the Highlanders to win the first of their last two games, Eva goes into labor, and Doug reconciles with her as they head to the hospital. After having her baby, E... more

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