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Plot: When Newcastle United soccer star Santiago Munez is offered a spot with Real Madrid, he accepts, but the move - accompanied by big money and fame - tests his ties and loyalties to family, friends and business acquaintances.
Runtime: 115 mins Release Date: 28 Aug 2007
I think that the movie was absolutely excellent! I think that it is even more than what I expected it to be, because it goes deeper than the first one. I appreciate a lot about the script the fact that it follows life's "precedure", so to speak: bad luck brings not one, but many misfortunes. I also think that it shows very well how it is extremely hard to maintain oneself on top once one gets there. The action sequences are meticulously combined with the dramatic and romantic moments, which maintain a certain rush of adrenaline. I definitely loved how the football matches were <more>
shot and the effects and the music was more than perfect! Sure there are some little exaggerations some of the goal, some of the football stunts , but the shivers that one gets when seeing Raul, Beckam, Ronaldo, Thierry Henry, Zidane and other football stars giving their best on the pitch is worth every second of it. My recommendation is to watch it...and to feel it! Because football comes from the heart!
This movie is finally coming out it the US!!!!! I have been waiting for this movie forever. The first Goal movie was one of my favorite movies of all time. I love football soccer and after having to watch so many baseball movies I am happy to finally have a movie series about the sport that I like and play. It really is an inspiring story about believing in yourself and triumphing over adversity. The characters are developed nicely and the love story is even handled in a very good way and does not feel tacked on like it does in so many other sports movies. Santiago comes from Los Angeles to <more>
Newcastle and then plays at the world famous Real Madrid. My favorite player David Beckham is in this movie too. We were not lucky enough for "Zidane a 21st Century portrait" to come out in the US so this is your only chance to see Zidane in film. Come on and support proper football in the US and see this movie!!!
i think that film was a great film 2 watch. it shows u how u feel about the game and if u want 2 become a professional football wit love involved i just wanna no wen goal 3 is out because that has 2 be better because she is pregnant and who's the father i think we know its munez's baby.! and i reckon this has become a gr8 movie from goal because it means anything is possible so u don't have to have trails for teams you can just be spotted u never know in the years 2 come but i just cant wait until goal 3 comes out because thats just going to be fantastic so thanks for looking at <more>
my comment and hope 2 comment again soon about goal 3 this time thanks
There haven't been too many engaging football films. In fact, bar possibly Bend It Like Beckham and the recent art-house flick Zidane, there have been precisely nil.Goal 2 is unlikely to add to that total, it being an update of last year's Goal in which Kuno Becker's Santiago Munez is awarded the chance of a lifetime Â–albeit one that involves him abandoning his life in Los Angeles in order to pursue a career at Newcastle United rather than follow his father into the lawn maintenance business. He, you won't be too surprised to learn, succeeds Â– unlike pretty much every real <more>
player who has signed to the side in recent years.So successful has he been that, when he rejoin him in Goal 2 - Live The Dream, he has turned his back on the underachieving Geordies and been snapped up by Real Madrid, where he joins up with guest stars David Beckham and Raul. And while neither have been signed up for their acting skills, the same could also be said of Rutger 'The Hitcher' Hauer, who plays Real Madrid manager Rudi Van Der Merwe with all the conviction and passion of a man who's long abandoned hope of a career in Hollywood.On the strength of Goal 2, the chances of Becker having a long career are equally slight, sadly. Still, Becker's love interest Anna Friel is fine, while the action scenes are notably more impressive than anything in Escape To Victory, not to mention St James's Park.
I found Goal 2 Living the Dream a wonderful sequel to Goal. A lot of people have bagged this film saying its too predictable. Hey its not an Oscar movie but hey do you want them all the time.Goal 2 follows Santiago Munez through the next phase of his soccer career and all the same characters are back. I loved it.The football scenes are awesome you really believe that the players are playing in front of huge crowds and the storyline is very engaging.There is a lot of drama in this movie so its not all football scenes but this to me add to the worth of this film. I enjoyed every minute of it <more>
and got goose bumps as it really immerses you in the life of a multi million dollar footballer. I cant wait to see Goal 3
The first Goal was a great movie that i believe every soccer fan should view. With my first beliefs this one could not catch up I stand corrected. This movie had just as much passion and love for the game and the characters as the other one. Great camera work, amazing/thrilling moments throughout all to form a great movie experience!!! Definitely worth the watch for any soccer fan. All characters are well presented, and the movies plot is not lost throughout as young Munez finds his way as a real first class soccer player. My favorite part of this movie is that all of my favorite players are <more>