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Goal! III (2009)

PG-13 | | Drama, Romance, Sport | Video 3 February 2010
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The heroes compete on the greatest stage of all, the FIFA World Cup Finals.

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The heroes compete on the greatest stage of all, the FIFA World Cup Finals.

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Rated PG-13 for sexual content, brief strong language and some drug use | See all certifications »

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3 February 2010 (Japan)  »

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$10,000,000 (estimated)
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Tubes: 'Tubes' from Soccer AM (1992) at press conference. See more »

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Adams and Braithwaite wear jerseys #25 and #26. During the World Cup, jersey numbers go from 1 to 23. See more »

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Follows Goal II: Living the Dream (2007) See more »

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What a major disappointment..
15 June 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Sorry but this was a major disappointment in terms of the quality of the first two movies. I'M not a fan of soccer and I have to say that the first two movies were great, maybe in the top 5 sport movies ever made. This one, major flop! It doesn't even tie in with the other ones. For a trilogy to end like this with characters we don't care about, with Munêz not even a major character here is just bad. I mean where's Harris? Where's Fry?, the two new characters here Adams and Braithwaite just pop out of nowhere. And the action is bad.. very bad... Not one scene where you could believe they where really out there playing for real. The first two movies, you actually wondered if they filmed the scenes during the freaking games since they seemed so real! I loved it! I was hoping for the same quality here, didn't get it at all. I'm guessing the money ran out or just a very bad Director in Morahan. Also I guess that Butchart was the real writer here because the story in Goal 3 is lame.. very lame. Jefferies either got rid of this one in a few hours or he's just that bad. There's no soccer issue other than the drinking oh wow.. If you loved the first two, then don't watch this one, you'll be greatly disappointed. They took the soul of the 1 and 2 out. Gave Munêz a backseat and got rid of the rest of the cast. Even his line that lets us know about his relationship was what can be called some of the worst writing ever! Bad choice. We wanted an end to the story arc. They gave us a shitty conclusion to what seemed like a great continuity. Too bad. 1 star..


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