Goal II: Living the Dream Reviews
July 4, 2014
The Story was not as good as the first one and kind of a downer, but, still great soccer action and great to see all the soccer celebs in this one
December 18, 2013
a nice sequel on the first Goal! but unless this is a great Spanish setting with the famous elements, it hasn't always the charm of part 1
October 28, 2007
Great continuation with a great twist. We see Santiago growing and maturing in the light of the circumstances he is found in and the new fame he acquired playing for Newcastle and coming to Spain.
August 12, 2013
Even thou that plot is cheesy and the acting is not that superb, If you are a hard core Real Madrid Fan, you are going to love this movie, I appreciate the dedication they took to recreate the matches and all the Galacticos that were part of it, this movie will go down in history of Real Madrid, the best team of all times!!
August 6, 2013
It's not as good as the first one but it's a little bit interesting
July 14, 2013
Munez gets everything that he wants and then starts down a destructive path that will lead to him losing everything. The sport really played a very small part in this story and I think the movie overall suffers because of this.
|Per Arne D||
December 16, 2012
2nd best movie i ever seen
December 7, 2012
Would like to get round to seeing!
November 16, 2012
Love the play scene! Yet, even what happened with Munez in this movie was quite impossible in the real world, it was entertaining to watch all the scene
September 25, 2012
Goal 2 : le meilleur de la trilogie, avec l'équipe du Real Madrid au grand complet. Vraiment sympa, toujours à réserver aux amateurs de foot.
July 27, 2012
this movie was kinda good execpt the end esp wit real winning it!!! dont care if Santi is on there or what they never deserve it!
July 24, 2012
"Nothing Happened." Santiago Munez (Kuno Becker) went from National (New Castle) to International (Real Madrid), playing alongside the likes of David Beckham and Zinedine Zidane (feelin' it for those two!) and living in Spain, enjoying the up and down perks of his new found fame with his fiance Roz Harmison (Anna Friel) and finally getting the chance of meeting his mother played by Elizabeth Pena. Effective Realism. Love. Love. Love. Stephen Dillane who played Glen Foy, the man who discovered Santi and put him to where he is right now. Nick Cannon also had a small role on the film playing TJ Harper from Arsenal facing off in The Champions League Finals though it makes me wonder what's he doin' in the film. Also, i noticed during the end of the film that Roz is pregnant. Hmmm...Goal 3 !!! Directed by Jaume Collet-Serra.
July 7, 2012
beckham zidane ect .....star..... but dulll
July 5, 2012
betah bgt nnton ini, mata dimanjakan dengan cameo2 yg ajaib, para pemain2 asli real madrid di masa itu beckham, raul, ronaldo, gutti and last but least Iker Casillas. tp kok endingnya???
August 31, 2009
Rather formulaic with product placement shouting Audi/Siemens/Adidas/Real Madrid at me throughout, I did somehow see past that and almost enjoy what lay beyond. The football match scenes were very well done, becoming nearly tense at the end. Some of the use of subtitling was a bit odd, as Spanish or Mexican characters spoke English when you wouldn't expect it and vice versa. A tiny bit more humour might've been nice, but the whole is perfectly watchable, especially if you don't expect too much or you like football, Real Madrid, Arsenal and seeing players of what will soon be a bygone era. 6.5/10
April 11, 2012
if u love soccer....u'll luv this
April 1, 2012
Would have rated higher except for the ending.
March 27, 2012
I love soccer and all, but this movie was just not entertaining
March 26, 2012
Better than the first one, but still, too much drama when you only wanted to watch some football.
February 15, 2012
seemed to lose alot of the heart of the original