Join Goofy and his son, Max, in a hip and hilarious all-new movie that kicks up outrageous fun on the road to higher education. It's all extreme sports and a life of freedom as Max sets off for college -- but Goofy misses ... more »Max so much he literally falls down on the job. The laughs come fast and furious as he shows up, leisure suit and all, to finish college alongside Max and his friends. When Goofy meets the librarian, they hit if off and spark a stuck-in-the-seventies disco inferno that steals the show. But as Goofy tries to get closer to Max, both must go to the extreme to learn how to live their own lives ... together! From inspired high-energy music to the antics of one of Disney's most beloved dads, AN EXTREMELY GOOFY MOVIE proves that two Goofs are better than one!« less
Not as good as the first one, but still a great movie.
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I think it's fairly obvious that someone over at Disney really cared about the sequel to 'A Goofy Movie' being a quality film. 'An Extremely Goofy Movie', while not being as funny as its predecessor, definitely has a lot of heart, and to me, that was what shined about this movie the most. There are at least two scenes that are so touching that if you're a sensitive person you may actually find yourself starting to cry. Personally, I didn't cry, but I actually found myself sympathizing with Goofy's plight. Imagine that! I was sympathizing with, of all cartoon characters, Goofy! It's a sign of outstanding direction when an animated movie can move a person that much.In my opinion, the animation for this movie is right up there in quality with 'A Goofy Movie'. It could have been released in theaters and I don't think anyone would have noticed any difference in animation quality. The animation is crisp and the colors are vibrant.The only area in which this movie lacks is comedy. Sure, it does have its laughs, but for me, the laughs were few and far between. Like I said above, I thought 'A Goofy Movie' was funnier.Like certain others who have reviewed this movie, I too missed Roxanne. I thought there should have at least been some passing mention of her. Still, even though she wasn't even mentioned, it doesn't affect continuity. After all, a lot can happen during high school. There's any number of things that could explain why Roxanne is absent from the film.Overall, I thought 'An Extremely Goofy Movie' was a great movie not because it was hilarious, but because it had a lot of heart. I'm looking forward to another sequel."
The old days...
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Sure this movie was a great sequel, but it will never overcome A Goofy Movie.Disney is losing It`s old 90`s touch.The movie had no songs,Roxanne isn`t in it,and it`s story isn`t so great. But there is five questions.Will we ever know who Max`s mom is or how she looks like?And why isn`t Pistol or Peg ever shown?Are they just show-made characters or did Peg and Pete split up?Whatever happened to Roxanne?And how come after developing such a strong father-son relationship at the end of A Goofy Movie, Max still acts as if he hates his dad? Who knows maybe we`ll never know or Disney might make another sequel better than the second one as good or better than the first one explaining this.But i`ll never forget the old days where Disney actually made good movies and not terrible sequels like the worst sequel ever made by Disney, Lion King 1/2.Always remember the old days"
A great movie you'll love!
musicbooknmovielover | Here. | 06/02/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Ah, well, what I mean is, you'll love this movie, but that's only because it's a sequel to the first one.
I prefer the first movie over this, although I wonder why almost every Disney movie, now has a sequel to itself. And sometimes, or most of the time, the sequel is not as good as the first.
It's great how the story continues, but it's not as how can I put it, exciting, as watching the first. I do enjoy watching this movie though, because I love Disney movies.
Max is now in college and Goofy is still seemingly ruining his life. Max isn't into Powerline anymore, he's a big-boy going to college and loves skateboarding. If you like the X-games this movie, will be funny to watch.
Goofy finds himself a girlfriend, Max continues to avoid him, he's still overcoming obstacles as he continues on his goofy life. Maybe by now, Max will understand why Goofy is so attached to him.
Just watch the movie... you'll get your opinion on it. It's worth it!"
For The Goof in All of Us!!
musicbooknmovielover | 05/03/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Let me just say, this movie was excellent!! Now, I'll admit, I'm a college student, and didn't think I'd find this movie interesting. I figured I had grown out of cartoons for good. However, after watching this HILARIOUS sequel I finally told myself that I would NEVER grow out of cartoons. "An Extremely Goofy Movie" is for adults, teenagers, and kids. It has everything for the whole family. Parents, watch this movie with your son and or daughter. Not only will you all laugh from the crazy antics brought to you by the characters in this movie, but it will also teach you and your child about learning to let go of one another and give each other some space. Oh, mom and dad, if you were fans of the 70's then you'll love one of the funniest scenes in the movie, which centers around goofy shaking his "Goof Thang" to the song, "Shake Your Groove Thang!" PLEASE DON'T MISS THIS MOVIE!!!!"
Aw, shucks. It was good!
Jake Stitch | USA | 10/29/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"It's hard to tell who at Disney thought of making direct-to-video sequels to their hits. Whoever thought of it, I have mixed emotions about. Some of their sequels are remotely good; others are, well, crud. This one fits into the "good" catagory, especially if you like "A Goofy Movie". This has the same sort of theme as the former, but presents it in a fresh, new way, unlike some Disney sequels with reused and borrowed plots. Basiclly, this is an outline of the plot: When Max goes off to collage, Goofy gets fired from his job because he's thinking about him instead of doing the work. When he applies for a new one elsewhere, he finds out that they won't grant him one because he doesn't have a full collage dagree. Any Goofy fan can figure out what happens next--Goofy goes to collage. THE SAME COLLAGE THAT MAX IS ATTENDING. From there, it just gets funnier and funnier as Goofy falls in love with the librarian (yes, believe it but don't ask), and more. The nice thing is that this movie is a worthy follow-up to the first, not just some old thing they make in an hour and throw out on the market in a fancy case so they can make some $$. While not perfect, neither was "Goofy Movie", and this follows it rather nicely. It embodies the same youthful spirit that Goofy has always had, and will please the fans. Good job, Disney--well done."