The Goonies Full Movie Review #HairyMovieClub

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The Goonies Full Movie Review #HairyMovieClub
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The Goonies is a 1985 American adventure–comedy film directed by Richard Donner. The screenplay was written by Chris Columbus from a story by executive producer Steven Spielberg.

The Goonies, a group of friends living in the “Goon Docks” neighborhood of Astoria, Oregon, face foreclosure on their families’ homes from the expanding Astoria Country Club. On their last weekend together their morale sinks particularly low because Mikey’s (Sean Astin) older brother Brand (Josh Brolin) failed his driver’s license exam, thwarting their plans to “cruise the coast in style.” While rummaging through the Walshes’ attic, they find an old newspaper clipping, a Spanish map, and an artifact relating to a rumor of a lost pirate treasure somewhere in the area. Hearing the call of adventure, Mikey tries to persuade his friends to join him in search for the treasure hoarded by a pirate named One-Eyed Willie. Initially reluctant, the group eventually decides to evade the authority of Brand, and escape for one last “Goonie adventure.”

They head down the coast and stumble upon a derelict seaside restaurant that seems to match coordinates set by the map and an old doubloon. They are unaware that the Fratellis, a family of fugitives, are using the restaurant as their hideout. After first encountering the family, the Goonies come back after the Fratellis have left and discover their criminal intents. They send Chunk (Jeff Cohen), the group’s clumsy, heavy-set dreamer and teller of tall tales, to get help. However, the Fratellis return before they can leave, forcing the Goonies to use a cavern underneath the restaurant to escape. The Fratellis capture Chunk and interrogate him, learning nothing until a colony of bats burst out of the cavern beneath the restaurant. Chunk is placed in the same room with the forsaken and deformed Fratelli brother, Sloth (John Matuszak), while the rest of the Fratellis enter the cavern and follow the Goonies’ trail.


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4 comments for “The Goonies Full Movie Review #HairyMovieClub

  1. January 17, 2014 at 19:33

    Our family loves movies. Although I never saw the full appeal in GOONIES, our daughter was 8 when she saw it, and she connected with it on so many levels: survival, scary adventure, team work; you name it, she connected to it. She has children now, and recently she bought a DVD of GOONIEs, popped a huge bowl of popcorn, and they watched it together. Some movies hit at visceral level, and this one did, for her and her children.

  2. January 19, 2014 at 19:16

    I saw “The Goonies” at a wide-screen theater back in 1985. That was my first wide-screen experience. I haven’t been to a movie theater in 11 years now. I got tired of the high price for snacks. I’d rather just wait two months, rend the DVD, and watch it in the comfort of home.

    • January 19, 2014 at 19:23

      I do love goonies, i wish id seen it in the cinema

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