An Extremely Goofy Movie

I loved the first Goofy Movie and while I like An Extremely Goofy Movie, it never quite hits the highs of the first movie. This serves not only as a sequel to 1995s, A Goofy Movie, but as an end to The Goof Troop TV series as well. It is a fitting way to bring the story of Max and Goofy to a close.

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The Movie Review

The movie takes place with Max graduating high school and getting ready to go to college with his friends. At college, Max meets a jerk frat guy called Bradley who is a skater like Max and asks him to join his fraternity. Max says no as his friends would not be allowed to join as well.

This leads to a big rivalry between Max and Bradley where the two decide to compete at the upcoming X Games and the loser has to become the other one’s slave. It is a neat concept and I like how we get to see Max trying to be a good friend and stick up for his buddies, but in typical Max fashion, his selfish side also is on display.

Goofy being the loving and kind-hearted dad that he is has a tough time with Max being gone. Goofy is distracted at work and ends up getting fired, his quest to find a new job hits a roadblock as he does not have a college degree as he dropped out of college during his senior year.

Goofy decides that he needs to get a college degree and Goofy ends up attending the same college Max is at. Now, Max can be a selfish jerk and kind of mean to Goofy, we all know that. However, in this case, it is kind of understandable as to why Max would be so unhappy that his dad is crashing his college experience.

Max is not happy at all and comes up with ways to distract Goofy from wanting to spend time with him. First of all, Max tries to set Goofy up with the librarian, I liked this as it was fun seeing Goofy have a romantic interest and him getting into trouble as he tries to impress her.

However, the thing that causes a great deal of trouble is that Bradley sees Goofy on a skateboard and asks him to join his team! This leads to a ton of tension between Max and Goofy and some of it is hard to watch. While Max can be a little jerk, Disney does a great job at making him feel like an actual teenager. While Max is out of line here, you do see things from his side more here than you did in the original Goofy Movie.

It all comes down to a big showdown at the X Games and you pretty much know how this is going to go. Max always comes good at the end of most of the things he is in, he really is one of the more complex Disney characters. Goofy is as loving, crazy, and adorable as ever here, and impossible not to want to see him succeed and be happy.

While I much prefer the original A Goofy Movie, An Extremely Goofy Movie is a decent successor and brings it all to a close very well. I like how we see Goofy and Max get to connect on a deep level by the time it comes to a close. I highly recommend you check this out, a double bill with A Goofy Movie is the way to do it. However, I also suggest checking out Mickey’s Twice Upon A Christmas which has a good Goofy and Max story that could come after this.

An Extremely Goofy Movie
An Extremely Goofy Movie is the 2000 sequel to the 1995 animated film about a tall anthropomorphic dog. Download it now.
8.5 Total Score
An Extremely Goofy Movie Review Summary

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  • This is a great way to bring the Goof Troop story to a close
  • Max is a very complex character and a very typical teenager!
  • Goofy is as charming and funny as ever
  • The family drama between Goofy and Max is very interesting to experience
  • While I love this movie, it is not quite as good as A Goofy Movie
  • Some of the stuff Max says and does to Goofy is pretty heartbreaking and hard to watch, but he does come good in the end!
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Jason Delacey

Jason Delacey

Jason is a 40-year-old writer from Northern England. He has been playing video games his whole life and writing about them for over a decade. As well as enjoying gaming into the wee hours of the morning, Jason is a real film fanatic too! He is open to watching all genres of movies from animated singing animals to brutal horror!

Jason loves to give his honest opinion on games, movies, TV shows and is always willing to give anything a try!

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