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An Extremely Goofy Movie (2000)

Max goes to college, but to his embarassment his father loses his job and goes to his son's campus.

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Goofy (voice)
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Max Goof (voice)
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Pete (voice)
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Tank (voice)
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Sylvia Marpole: the Head College Librarian (voice)
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P.J. Pete (voice)
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Receptionist at Office (voice)
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Co-Ed / Cafe Cashier (voice)
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Co-Ed (voice) (as Jenna von Oy)
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Co-Ed / Girl at Club (voice) (as Cree Summer-Francks)
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It's a big time in Max's life. He's college bound with his friends and finally free of his embarrassing father as he strives to be a top contender for the X-Games. Unfortunately, Goofy loses his job and learns that he cannot get another job without a college degree. To his son's mortification, Goofy decides to join him in his campus to get that degree. Desperate to distract his father, Max talks him into joining the competing Gamma Fraternity team and introduces him to a wonderful librarian who shares his nostalgic love for 1970's pastimes. Unfortunately, things do not go according to plan as events put this father-son relationship to the test. Written by Kenneth Chisholm <kchishol@execulink.com>

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Trivia

Despite the title of the film. All of the characters on skateboards ride a "Regular" footed stance, rather than a "Goofy" footed one. See more »

Goofs

During the race, when Goofy throws the horseshoe at Brad, Brad falls down and his chin hits the button on the remote to set off the rocket skateboard. In the next shot of Brad when he's getting up, the remote is nowhere to be seen. See more »

Quotes

Goofy: I'm not gonna be at college to pick up after you.
[sadly, to his son]
Goofy: In fact, it's gonna be a long time before you see your old man again. What, maybe Christmas?
[puts his finger up to his eye, wiping away a tear]
Max: Ah, Dad, it'll go by fast.
Max: [chuckles, then mutters under his breath]
Max: Not TOO fast, I hope.
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Crazy Credits

During the Disco Dance Sequence, we see Goofy and Sylvia doing the classic finger-in-the-air dance that was obviously inspired by Travolta's dance moves in Saturday Night Fever. See more »

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Referenced in Eagle Eye (2008) See more »

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Knock On Wood
Written by Eddie Floyd & Steve Cropper (as Stephen Lee Cropper)
Performed by Carmen Carter
Courtesy of Irving Music Inc.
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another spectacular movie
27 July 2004 | by See all my reviews

An Extremely Goofy Movie i think is another Spectacular movie to watch, i think it's just as good as the first, the movie sets off with Max now older and ready to go to college, a life time freedom away from his dad. Max wants to have a life of his own, goofy really doesn't want his son Max to grow up, but at the end of the day, everyone has to grow up and face the world with complicated things to solve and harder work. Max had to go to college to get himself an excellent education, but his education is interupted when Goofy etends at college himself, really so that he can be with his son and spend time with him, goofy gets pushed into a gang of bullies to help them beat Max and his time on skate boarding. But the team end up drawing as an accident happens, At the end, Goofy is crowned as a professor as he wears the black hat with the string beside it. I give this movie 10 out of 10.


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