There is not a doubt in my mind why this came straight to DVD. It was an absolute awful film. With the central character from the first two movies Santiago Munez (Kuno Becker) being given a guest entry. Espacio insuficiente para procesar este comando windows installer. The story line was laughable. I am almost sure that there was no script, they just went along as they shot it. The two main characters were just plain unlikable.
The CGI, or the blue screen to fit the actors in the matches was extremely bad and low budget. There was hardly any football in the movie. It was more like the story about the love life of two footballers. There was no build up or character development. The lines and the acting was awful.
Santiago Munez, the wonder kid, suddenly becomes an average mid-table club player. Finally, the ending, oh the ending, it was disgusting and worse. If any of you value your time and most importantly money then please do not watch this movie. And this is not a 'Goal' movie.
With the central character from the first two movies Santiago Munez (Kuno. El mezcla la historia de unos futbolistas y sus parejas con el ambiente de un. Steel wheels tour steel wheels album steel wheels steel wheels lay down lay low steel wheels esb steel wheels winter is coming steel wheels tire rack.
They just used the franchise name to sell some DVD's. Follow Liam and Charlie as they try with the English team to win the World Cup, with lots of ups and downs along the way.
I'm a big fan of the first two Goal movies and while this is a good film in its own right it doesn't carry on the story from the other movies and therefore a let down. This movies centre's around Charlie and Liam and there quest to win the World Cup with England. Star of the first two movies Santiago Munez (Kuno Becker) is only a supporting character and the cliff hanger from the second movie regarding Roz Harmison (Anna Friel) isn't even mentioned. If you haven't seen the first two you'll enjoy this but if you have you'll be greatly let down by this film. What is this?! This is not a continuation of Goal II. In Goal II, Santiago's Girl Friend is pegnant and Santi still doesn't know it.
Beckham score the winning goal for Real Madrid and 'to be continue.' Major disapointment!!! Kuno Becker return as Santiago Munez, but he looks like overweight Ronaldo with Maradona's hair style? Where is the wonder kid in Goal II. Is this a documentary of 'How England Got Kick Out Of World Cup 2006'. All the cut scene of World Cup with the movie was done badly. Really can see the difference between, Goal I, II and this.
I loved Goal 1 (not only because of the Newcastle connection) and Goal 2 was also cool with the stars' cameos in Madrid. The third time around, you get the feeling that Adidas and the sponsors got tired of pouring money into this project, with the result being a poorly financed film. There are some nice World Cup scenes, but the green screens are pretty sloppy, which tend to get irritating. Also, the movie's main theme is that there are more important things than football (marriage, death etc) which is a conclusion we disapprove of.
Football is not a matter of life and death. It's much more important than that;) Compared to the prequels, this isn't a football film, it puts way too much focus on other things. ----------------------WARNING: HERE BE SPOILERS --------------------- Santiago doesn't play a second of football in this!! He's injured during the entire World Cup, so instead of following Mexico, you follow England and two loser players, Adams and Braithwaite.
Running time 118 minutes Country United Kingdom Language English Budget $33 million Box office $27.6 million Goal! (also known as Goal! The Dream Begins in the United States) is a 2005 sports drama film directed by and starring as Santiago Munez, a young man with a rough background who is offered the chance to trial with one of England's top clubs. The film was produced by, Matt Barrelle, and from a script written by,, and and distributed by, a subsidiary label of. It was made with full co-operation from, which is one of the reasons why actual teams and players are used throughout the film. The $50m deal that was struck between the producers and Adidas was, at the time the biggest ever between a corporate brand and a film production. This article's factual accuracy is.