Mikey and his friends have always wanted to go on an adventure. One night they are all in Mikey's attic and Mikey stumbles across an old map. Mikey has always wanted to know if One-eyed Willy ever was a real person and now he might. They set off and later realize that they have to go through the evil Mama Fratelli's restaurant to get to a secret passage to the caves. As they try to get into the caves Mama Fratelli catches Chuck and he is left behind. He then meets Sloth one of Mama Fratelli's sons with a messed up face. He befriends Sloth. Meanwhile Mama Fratelli and her sons are trying to get to the treasure too. Will the kids make it there before Mama Fratelli does? Will Chuck ever get out of her basement?Written by
When Mouth arrives at Mikey and Brand's house earlier in the film, Mouth impersonates Rocky Balboa from Rocky (1976) when he says "Yo! Mikey. You seen Adrian?". See more »
When Chunk toppled statue Mickey ran to pick it up, but when he took it he had inhaler in his mouth. See more »
Lunchtime! The longer you animals bark, the colder your lunch gets. Come on, move it out. You too, down there! Hey, turkey!
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The film's title logo appears after the end credits. See more »
In the 1985 ITV broadcast of The Goonies - The scene where Chunk witnesses the Fratelli car chase was edited. Chunk saying the S word was cut and it cut from Chunk's milkshake splattering on his face to the next scene. See more »
Kids from the 80's will list this film as one of their favourite films.
I first saw this in the late 80s on a vhs. Revisited it recently.
Only kids from the 80s will appreciate this film cos mayb its nostalgic, bicycling around the neighborhood, working out with a bull worker, etc.
A bunch of kids attempt to save their homes from foreclosure and, in doing so, they discover an old treasure map that takes them on a perilous journey and during the journey they are chased by a family of criminals.
The Walsh family house is a real home n has a lovely picturesque look.
Mama Fratelli running around is hilarious.
The settings of Astoria, Oregon is serene n very pleasant.
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