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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.

Director:

Douglas McCarthy

Writers:

Scott Spencer Gorden (screenplay) (as Scott Gorden), Hillary Carlip (additional screenplay material)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Bill Farmer ... Goofy (voice)
Jason Marsden ... Max Goof (voice)
Jeff Bennett ... Bradley Uppercrust, III / Unemployment Lady / Chuck the Sportscaster (voice)
Jim Cummings ... Pete (voice)
Brad Garrett ... Tank (voice)
Vicki Lewis ... Beret Girl in Cafe (voice)
Bebe Neuwirth ... Sylvia Marpole: the Head College Librarian (voice)
Rob Paulsen ... P.J. Pete (voice)
Pauly Shore ... Bobby Zimmeruski (voice)
Paddi Edwards ... Receptionist at Office (voice)
Kath Soucie ... Co-Ed / Cafe Cashier (voice)
Jenna von Oÿ ... Co-Ed (voice) (as Jenna von Oy)
Cree Summer ... Co-Ed / Girl at Club (voice) (as Cree Summer-Francks)
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Storyline

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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Country:

USA | Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 February 2000 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Goofy Movie 2 See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

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Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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Trivia

When Max and his friends are driving to college and get mixed up, they mention the roads "Louie" and "Huey," with Max asking "Louie, Huey, Dewey? What are you talking about?" This is of course a reference to the trio of Donald Duck's nephews, Huey, Dewey and Louie. See more »

Goofs

After Goofy crashes though the roof of the factory, it is revealed that the sunlight is shining through his shape in one shot, but when we see him get up from under the pile of toys, no sunlight is shining through. See more »

Quotes

[at work, Goofy puts a toy robot together and daydreams that the robot's head is Max]
Max: [in Goofy's imagination] Hiya, dad!
Goofy: Maxie!
[Goofy hugs the toy robot tightly]
Toy Factory Boss: [over the intercom] Mr. Goof, an assembly line is for assembling! Stop daydreaming and get back to work... or else!
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Crazy Credits

Characters from the film each take turns dancing to "Right Back Where We Started From." See more »

Alternate Versions

Due to time restrictions, Disney Channel cuts the scene where Max saves Tank from a fire. See more »

Connections

References Gilligan's Island (1964) See more »

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Nowhere to Run
Written by Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, and Eddie Holland
Performed by John Avila
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Bland and disappointing, but it has its moments
26 January 2011 | by TheLittleSongbirdSee all my reviews

I really liked A Goofy Movie, it is not my favourite Disney movie, but it was charming, funny and touching with some great music and a sweet story. An Extremely Goofy Movie does have its moments, but while A Goofy Movie is very good in my book, this is just so-so.

The voice acting is very well done though, both Bill Farmer and Jason Marsden capture Goofy and Max perfectly. Plus Goofy provides the most amusing moments, but he isn't as funny admittedly here. The animation is good enough, it is colourful and at least tolerable to look at. The film also moves at a good pace, while the soundtrack while not as catchy or as touching is worth the listen.

However, An Extremely Goofy Movie lacks the heart and magic of A Goofy Movie. The film is too short I think, so some relationships and the story and script are not as well thought out this time around. Goofy and Max's relationship here is very awkward and sometimes uncomfortable to watch, I actually felt sorry for Goofy more than I did for Max which didn't happen in A Goofy Movie, then I cared for them both. The absence of Roxann is notable too, that was a pivotal point of A Goofy Movie and what made it so heart-warming and realistic. While I liked Goofy, I actually felt somewhat indifferent towards Max. He is not as easy to relate to and he was a bit of a bore. Also there were numerous points in the movie where I got really frustrated with him.

The other characters I cared little for either. They are either underdeveloped or fall into the stereotypical category. The story is a let down here, it is predictable and rather ordinary with a number of disconnected moments. And like others have said, this movie feels very contradictory in comparison, not just with Roxann but I don't think I ever saw Max behave the way he did here. The writing and humour are also not as strong. The humour does have its amusing moments, such as Max's shocked reaction in one scene and a few parts to do with Goofy, but it is not enough. When it does happen, it is never more than amusing, and at worst some parts come across as rather mean-spirited.

All in all, a bland and disappointing follow-up to a very enjoyable film. 5/10 Bethany Cox


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