Goal II: Living the Dream

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Goal II: Living the Dream

Plot

After gaining experience with the football club Newcastle United, Santiago Munez (Becker) gets a huge break when he's transferred to Real Madrid.

Release Year: 2007

Rating: 5.8/10 (11,338 voted)

Director:
Jaume Collet-Serra

Stars: Kuno Becker, Alessandro Nivola, Anna Friel

Storyline
After gaining experience with the football club Newcastle United, Santiago Munez (Becker) gets a huge break when he's transferred to Real Madrid.

Writers: Mike Jefferies, Adrian Butchart

Cast:

Kuno Becker

Santiago Muñez


Stephen Dillane

Glen Foy


Anna Friel

Roz Harmison


Leonor Varela

Jordana Garcia


Elizabeth Peña

Rosa Maria


Carmelo Gómez

Burruchaga


Miriam Colon

Mercedes


Frances Barber

Carol Harmison


William Beck

Steve Parr


Kieran O'Brien

Hughie McGowan


Sean Pertwee

Barry Rankin


Rutger Hauer

Rudi van der Merwe


Alessandro Nivola

Gavin Harris


Iker Casillas

Himself


Iván Helguera

Himself

Taglines:
The Journey Continues…



Details

Official Website:
Official site|

Release Date: 29 August 2008

Filming Locations: London, England, UK



Box Office Details

Budget: $10,000,000

(estimated)

Opening Weekend: £326,807
(UK)
(11 February 2007)
(164 Screens)

Gross: £800,469
(UK)
(18 February 2007)



Technical Specs

Runtime:



Did You Know?

Trivia:

The Champions League Final Game, played against Arsenal, is actually the first knockout round, when Arsenal won 0-1, Thierry Henry scores the goal we saw in the movie.

Goofs:

Continuity:
In the Champions League final, when Munez is subbed in, he is clearly wearing a long sleeved jersey. Then there is a cut scene of him clapping, and he is wearing a short sleeve. Then the next cut, he is back in a long sleeve. The same goof happens when he misses a goal scoring opportunity.

Quotes:

Announcer:
Cometh the moment, cometh the man.



User Review

Good sequel, the saga continues . . .

Rating: 7/10


Just saw Goal 2 earlier today, opening day across the UK. I must say
that it was a solid sequel to the first, which I enjoyed thoroughly.
Anyone who liked the first Goal movie should enjoy this. It continues
the story of Santiago who gets transferred to mega-team Real Madrid in
the opening sequences and follows his new life in Spain. Massive
paychecks and beautiful women begin to get to Santi's head and we see a
darker, perhaps weaker side of our hero in this chapter. All the main
characters from the first Goal have roles in the sequel as well as
cameos by superstars like Zidane, Ronaldo, Raul and Beckham. Solid
sequel that is recommended to all fans of the original! If you haven't
seen Goal yet, you should catch that before seeing part 2.