The original Goon came as a pleasant surprise. Last of the Enforcers came as just regular pleasant. Maybe it was only because I actually expected something good this time around, but I personally feel that the first film is much better. Last of the Enforcers is still very watchable, and it's great to be back with Doug Glatt as he tries to figure out what to do in any given situation relying solely on the input of being such a genuinely good dude, but that's only so much of the movie, as we instead diverge into an off-putting (though still realistic) father/son relationship between two tot... read the rest.
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