Rating & Content Info
Why is Goon rated R? Goon is rated R by the MPAA for brutal violence, non-stop language, some strong sexual content and drug use.
This additional information about the movie’s content is taken from the notes of various Canadian Film Classification boards:
- Frequent explicit violence.
- Occasional gory and grotesque images.
- Violent acts shown in a realistic manner with details, blood and tissue damage.
- Frequent hand-to-hand violence, most in a sports context, with blood and some detail shown.
- Nudity seen in a non-sexual context.
- Brief portrayals of sexual activity with breast nudity.
- Simulated sexual activity.
- Frequent, often aggressive use of crude and descriptive sexual language, references and innuendo.
- Crude content.
- Detailed offensive scenes.
- Embracing and kissing.
- Infrequent portrayals of crude bodily functions.
- Pervasive use of the sexual expletive and variations, sometimes in a sexual context.
- Frequent use of scatological slang, sexual and ethno-cultural slurs, and vulgar expressions.
Drugs and Alcohol:
- Infrequent portrayals of illegal drug use for recreational purposes.
- Tobacco use.
Page last updated July 8, 2016
|British Columbia||18A||Frequent Coarse Language.|
|Alberta||18A||Language May Offend.|
|Manitoba||18A||Violence, Gory Scenes, Coarse Language.|
|Ontario||18A||Coarse Language, Substance Abuse, Graphic Violence.|
|Quebec||13+||Violence, Vulgar Language.|
|Canadian Home Video||18A|
We do not have a full review for Goon because it is rated R in the US and we usually only review G, PG, and PG-13 movies. However we do have some information about the content you can expect to see in this movie in the Content Details section.
News About "Goon"
Cast and Crew
Goon is directed by Michael Dowse and stars Seann William Scott, Jay Baruchel, Alison Pill, Eugene Levy, Liev Schreiber.
The most recent home video release of Goon movie is May 29, 2012. Here are some details…
Goon is releasing to home video no May 29, 2012.
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