Goal!

Goal!

Director: Danny Cannon Cast: Leonardo Guerra, Tony Plana, Miriam Colon

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Product Details

Release Date: 09/12/2006
UPC: 0786936700275
Original Release: 2005
Rating: PG-13
Source: Touchstone / Disney
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:58:00
Sales rank: 23,357

Special Features

"The Beautiful Game" - featurette on the worldwide soccer phenomenon; "Behind the Pitch" - how the films intense soccer action came together using real Premiership matches and the actors; Audio commentary with filmmakers; Happy Mondays music video "Playground Superstar"; Golden Moments of the FIFA World Cup featurette

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Leonardo Guerra 10-Year-Old Santiago
Tony Plana Hernan Munez
Miriam Colon Mercedes
Kuno Becker Santiago Munez
Jorge Cervera Cesar
Herman Chaves Referee
Alfredo Rodriguez Julio
Donald Li Chinese Restaurant Manager
Kathryn Tomlinson Val
Zach Johnson Rory
Stephen Dillane Glen Foy
Sean Pertwee Barry Rankin
Jonathan Hernandez Armando
Alessandro Nivola Gavin Harris
Cassandra Bell Christina
Rhydian Jones Sales Person
Marcel Iures Erik Dornhelm
Christoper Connel Reporter 1
Peter Michael McGowan Reporter 2
Andy Hawthorne Immigration Official 1
Michael Gunn Immigration Official 2
Ashlea Sanderson Girl
Alex Parkin-Goodchild Kid 1
Callum Aynsley Kid 2
Christopher Fairbank Foghorn
Craig Heaney Phil
Jack McBride Walter
Rob Dixon Bobby Redfern
Anna Friel Roz Harmison
Kieran O'Brien Hughie Magowan
Gary Lewis Mal Braithwaite
Ashley Walters Carl Francis
Kevin Knapman Jamie Drew
Lee Ross Bluto
Stephen Graham Des
Andy Kidd Bouncer
Alan Shearer Alan Shearer
Emma Field Rayner Lorraine
Martin Tyler Martin Tyler
Brian Lonsdale Fan
Glynis Brooks Cleaner 1
Maxine Evans Cleaner 2
Blondell Taylor Sister
Daniel Maier Patient
Frances Barber Carol
Madeline Moffat Woman in Tower Block
Louis Lennie Teenager
Baden Burns Teenager
Nicholas Lumley Taxi Dispatcher
Mike Elliot Gordon
Louise Franklin Drunk Girl
Leslie Randall Mr. Ives
Bryan Johnson Geordie Fan
Greg Ellis Fan 2
Sven-Göran Eriksson Sven-Göran Eriksson
David Beckham David Beckham
Raúl González Blanco Raúl González Blanco
Zinedine Zidane Zinedine Zidane
Shivani Ghai Ground Attendant
Nick Ingman Conductor

Technical Credits
Danny Cannon Director
Jason Alexander Musical Direction/Supervision
Andy Ansah Consultant/advisor
Matthew Kern Atzenhoffer Set Decoration/Design
Charles Bain Camera Operator
Matt Barrelle Producer
Michael Barrett Cinematographer
Debra Baum Consultant/advisor
Lawrence Bender Executive Producer
Ross Burgess Animator
Jo Burn Co-producer
Adrian Butchart Original Story,Screenwriter
Dick Clement Screenwriter
Paul Corbould Special Effects Supervisor
Carl Denooyer Set Decoration/Design
Chris Dickens Editor
Laurence Dorman Production Designer
Annette Dunford-Lewis Costumes/Costume Designer
Belinda Gardea Casting
Nicolas Gautier Associate Producer
Elaine Grainger Casting
Stevie Hargitay Associate Producer
Peter Hargitay Executive Producer
Jonathan Harris Associate Producer
Allen Hopkins Associate Producer
Mark Huffam Producer
Mike Jefferies Original Story,Producer,Screenwriter
Peter Kang Set Decoration/Design
Mark S. Kusy Set Decoration/Design
Ian La Frenais Screenwriter
Brandy Lusvardi Costumes/Costume Designer
Tara McDonald Makeup
Dale Myrand Camera Operator
Chris Newman Asst. Director
Chris Ouwinga Co-producer
Hugh Pritchard Set Decoration/Design
Lindsay Pugh Costumes/Costume Designer
Graeme Revell Score Composer
Sian Richards Makeup
George Richmond Camera Operator
Stuart Rose Art Director
John Eric Ryan Set Decoration/Design
Burton Sanders Set Decoration/Design
Sean Savage Camera Operator
Tom Sayers Sound/Sound Designer
J. Brook Shafer Set Decoration/Design
Erik G. Soderstrom Set Decoration/Design
Alison Stein Costumes/Costume Designer
Danny Stepper Co-producer
Jim Stuebe Sound Mixer
Lucinda Syson Casting
Dan Turrett Camera Operator
Darryn Welch Co-producer
Su Westwood Makeup

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Goal! The Dream Begins
1. Once Upon a Time
2. American Dream
3. Remarkable Talent
4. Your Life
5. Tickets
6. See What He's Got
7. Tryouts
8. One Month
9. Flare
10. Reserve
11. Asthma
12. Prove It
13. We're Professionals
14. A Higher Level
15. Night on the Town
16. How Long?
17. No Excuses
18. Home
19. A New Song for the Fans
20. End Credits

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Goal! 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
great movie with real soccer players
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
There are many movies about sports, some very good, some really bad and this one falls into the very good category. "Goal!" is the typical sports movie about an exceptionally talented young amateur who is given a chance to shine among the professionals and win the heart of the girl he loves. However, "Goal!" works this premise and makes it fresh, entertaining, and highly attractive. Director Danny Cannon had complete support by FIFA and Newcastle United and it shows, he has created some of the most realist and remarkable football scenes in film. Kuno Becker is very good as Santiago, although at times he is overshadowed by other members of the cast. It seems as if he lacked some presence on screen. However, he is still young, and certainly will improve with the years. Alessandro Nivola steals the movie with his performance as Gavin, a notorious football star whose convoluted public life begins to take its toll in his performance in the field. Cannon's approach to the story may seem clichéd, but the movie is never boring nor tiresome. Sure, he follows every rule in "Sport Movies Handbook" but he does it with care, good eye and love for the sport. Just like sport movies should be done. The movie flows smoothly between remarkable football scenes and Santiago's struggle with his own personal demons. While at times it seems that both Cannon and Becker are more comfortable in sports scenes, the movie's dose of drama is well handled and completes an enjoyable experience. Even though it¿s frankly predictable most of the time, it transmits passion, emotions and a love for the game that few movies do. That's why "Goal!" can be considered a successful and important film. It is the first film about football soccer that transmits the emotions that have made the sport to be the most popular sport in the world. And that's got to be worth something. It may not be a perfect sports film however, "Goal!" is the beginning of an adventure, and hopefully, of a new way to make football movies. This initial film of what is called the "Goal! Trilogy" delivers high energy entertainment for fans and non-fans of the sport.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved the book Goal the Dream Begins by Robert Rigby because I love sports fiction books. I liked this book because it¿s different than the movie. The setting of the story takes place on a clean cut grass on Newcastle United soccer field/ training grounds. The conflict of the book happens when Santiago¿s grandfather dies in the middle of his career. Santiago doesn¿t know if his grandfather saw his first game and Santiago won¿t be able to show how good of a soccer player he actually is. Santiago gets all emotional and wants to head home and realizes he can¿t. So he Santiago tries to be the best soccer player in the world. When Santiago finds out his grandfather is dying he thinks it is the end of the world and I agree with him. Sports lovers would like this book because it shows a lot of different points of views of the players.
Guest More than 1 year ago
There are many movies about sports, some very good, some really bad and this one falls into the very good category. "Goal!" is the typical sports movie about an exceptionally talented young amateur who is given a chance to shine among the professionals and win the heart of the girl he loves. However, "Goal!" works this premise and makes it fresh, entertaining, and highly attractive. Director Danny Cannon had complete support by FIFA and Newcastle United and it shows, he has created some of the most realist and remarkable football scenes in film. Kuno Becker is very good as Santiago, although at times he is overshadowed by other members of the cast. It seems as if he lacked some presence on screen. However, he is still young, and certainly will improve with the years. Alessandro Nivola steals the movie with his performance as Gavin, a notorious football star whose convoluted public life begins to take its toll in his performance in the field. Cannon's approach to the story may seem clichéd, but the movie is never boring nor tiresome. Sure, he follows every rule in "Sport Movies Handbook" but he does it with care, good eye and love for the sport. Just like sport movies should be done. The movie flows smoothly between remarkable football scenes and Santiago's struggle with his own personal demons. While at times it seems that both Cannon and Becker are more comfortable in sports scenes, the movie's dose of drama is well handled and completes an enjoyable experience. Even though it’s frankly predictable most of the time, it transmits passion, emotions and a love for the game that few movies do. That's why "Goal!" can be considered a successful and important film. It is the first film about football soccer that transmits the emotions that have made the sport to be the most popular sport in the world. And that's got to be worth something. It may not be a perfect sports film however, "Goal!" is the beginning of an adventure, and hopefully, of a new way to make football movies. This initial film of what is called the "Goal! Trilogy" delivers high energy entertainment for fans and non-fans of the sport.
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