A Goofy Movie (Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection)
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We start out with Max, Goofy's son. He's dreaming about a girl he has a crush on, Roxanne. It's ruined before they kiss, when he starts to turn into his dad. Huge teeth, feet, hands, ears, everything. He wakes up, and panics once more- he's overslept and he's almost late for a little surprise at school. His dad busts in and embarrasses him already, showing up with a towel wrapped around his body and one on his head too while Max is getting dressed. Not a good start for the last day of school. Max makes it and gets together with PJ and Bobby (a new character voiced by Pauly Shore. He acts just like him too).Read more ›
For a Franco-American co-production, it does ( for me ) come as a surprise that this has been achieved. However, the answer lies in the traditional animation style, and a strong script.
Bill Farmer's voice work is totally awesome in this film, as in the Casper series, and he captures the reinvented Goofy that came to screens with the series developed around or after the success of DUCK TALES.
Stylistically, the Characters were re-done for the "modern" audience, and unfortunately were part of the Disney downgrade of the style of drawing that has led to the cessation of traditional animation methods. The problem I have with this is not the shift to a totally computer generated form, but that the style as evinced by people like the Masterful Carl Barks, but that for all the high tech gadgets that Disney has its command, it cannot do the simple thing of copy the classic style.
Fortunately, A GOOFY MOVIE maintains the high visual standards, but is one of a limited number of films that led up to dross like TWICE UPON A CHRISTMAS.
The gags in this film are brilliant; case in point, Big Foots Dance sequence as the backdrop to a moving scene with Max and Goofy... its clearly a reference for Adults, since the music and the Dance sequence is so 70's. And the entire movie combines classic Goofy material together with contemporary references, in such a manner that the style of the Saturday Cartoon series that featured Goofy, Max , Pete, and etc, is emulated very well.
Totally worth it for the fan of Goofy and the cartoon series of the 90s.
"A Goofy Movie" was a surprise gem from Disney in 1995 that surely would have made Walt proud! The writing and animation are top notch, with a completely original, believable, hilarious and charming father/son story expanding on the popular "Goof Troop" TV series from 1992. In this bigscreen feature, Max and his friend P.J. have moved on to high school, and Pete is still around to cause trouble for Goofy with his nasty demeanor and awful advice.Read more ›
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I don't really like this movie but my 4 year old grandson loves it.Published 1 day ago by Marinemom
Loved this movie since i was a kid. Arrived a day early. So excited. Every kid should see this movie.Published 2 days ago by kstark7958
Love the goofy movie! It's definitely an underrated Disney movie. One of my favorites growing up and now it's one of my daughters. Read morePublished 6 days ago by raimie funk
The Goofy Movie was one of the best "non-traditional" films ever produced. Great songs, a fun story and lots of laughter. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Matt
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