The Goonies

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Movie Info & Cast


In order to save their home from foreclosure, a group of misfits set out to find a pirate's ancient valuable treasure.


  • Sean Astin
  • Josh Brolin
  • Jeff Cohen
  • Corey Feldman
  • Kerri Green
  • Martha Plimpton
  • Ke Huy Quan
  • John Matuszak
  • Robert Davi
  • Joe Pantoliano

Did You Know?


  • Robert Davi, who is a trained opera singer, came up with the idea where he sings to Sloth from Giacomo Puccini's opera "Madama Butterfly."
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  • When they dump the jewels into Mikey's mother's hands, her fingernails alternate between painted and bare.
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    • Elgin Perkins: Hello guys. I'm Mr Perkins, Troy's father.
    • Richard 'Data' Wang: We know who Troy is. He's that cheap guy.
    • Brandon Walsh: My dad's not home, Mr. Perkins.
    • Elgin Perkins: Is your mommy here?
    • [scarcastically]
    • Brandon Walsh: No, actually she's out at the market buying Pampers for all us kids.
    • [feigning laughing]
    • Elgin Perkins: Papers, Bill. You can give these to your father to read through and sign. I'll be by to pick them up in the morning.
    • Brandon Walsh: Thank you.
    • Elgin Perkins: Thank *you*.
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Verified Review

Great to see on the big screen!

Brandon S
Verified Review

Loved it! So fun seeing this on the big screen again after 35 years!

Gordon H



The Goonies, like Gremlins, shows that Spielberg and his directors are absolute masters of how to excite and involve an audience. E.T. was more like Close Encounters; it didn't simply want us to feel, but also to wonder, and to dream.

Metacritic review by Roger Ebert
Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times

As entertaining as The Goonies finally becomes--and its last hour is mostly one pleasure after another--it's a shame that Spielberg, writer Chris Columbus and director Richard Donner felt the need to take the low road in terms of language. [7 Jun 1985, p.A]

Metacritic review by Gene Siskel
Gene Siskel
Chicago Tribune