History WesternAnimation / AGoofyMovie

16th Mar '17 3:41:06 AM rafi
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* BareYourMidriff: Lisa that has a black bikini top and ripped blue jeans and the Powerline dancers. These are justified for their work, but Lisa is the only female student with this look.
15th Mar '17 12:12:18 AM tropette
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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: To some viewers, Principal Mazur's comments about Max being "dressed as a gang member" and heading for the electric chair [[http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jordan-calhoun/20-years-ago-a-goofy-movi_b_8402650.html ring disturbingly familiar]].
10th Mar '17 3:11:16 PM TrickyTroper
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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Peg and Pistol (Pete's wife and daughter), as well as family pets Chainsaw and Waffles from ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop''.

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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Peg and Pistol (Pete's wife and daughter), as well as family pets Chainsaw and Waffles from ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop''. [[spoiler: The sequel confirms that Pistol is gone]].
17th Feb '17 6:14:48 PM creader
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* AlternateContinuity: It's unclear whether the movies are meant to be in the same canon as the TV show; while they don't ''drastically'' alter anything, there is some evidence to suggest they aren't in the same continuity (the complete disappearance of Peg, Pistol, and the family pets, Max and Goofy apparently living in a different house, Pete having a different job, and the altered character designs). The most popular explanation for everything that has changed is that... well... [[GrowingUpSucks things changed]]. There are several years between the series and the films, and they involve Max and PJ maturing from kids into teenagers. The story didn't need Peg or Pistol to be there - Pete's not at home at all during the first movie, and only has four minutes of screen time in the second.
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Peg and Pistol (Pete's wife and daughter), as well as family pets Chainsaw and Waffles from ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop''.
* GoodParents: In both movies Goofy is an exceptionally caring and supportive parent, if a little doting and bumbling.
* MissingMom: Like in ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'', we have no clue, nor ever a mention of Max's mother - whoever she was, if she's either divorced from Goofy or died. It is more likely than not that she died giving birth to Max though no specifics were ever made to give clarity to that. Moreover, we never really see the mothers of Max's friends who are never really mentioned, either (including the [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome removed Peg]]) - we only see their fathers (Pete and Roxanne's growling father).
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* AlternateContinuity: It's unclear whether the movies are meant to be in the same canon as the TV show; while they don't ''drastically'' alter anything, there is some evidence to suggest they aren't in the same continuity (the complete disappearance of Peg, Pistol, and the family pets, Max and Goofy apparently living in a different house, Pete having a different job, and the altered character designs). The most popular explanation for everything that has changed is that... well... [[GrowingUpSucks things changed]]. There are several years between the series and the films, and they involve Max and PJ maturing from kids into teenagers. The story didn't need Peg or Pistol to be there - Pete's not at home at all during the first movie, and only has four minutes of screen time in the second.



* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Peg and Pistol (Pete's wife and daughter), as well as family pets Chainsaw and Waffles from ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop''.



* FairWeatherFriend: During "I2I", Bobby shouts the impersonal "Hey, that Goof kid ain't there!" when Max is not onstage. When Max ''is'' onstage, he changes his tune very quickly to "That's Max! I know him!"

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* FairWeatherFriend: During "I2I", "[=I2I=]", Bobby shouts the impersonal "Hey, that Goof kid ain't there!" when Max is not onstage. When Max ''is'' onstage, he changes his tune very quickly to "That's Max! I know him!"



* GoodParents: In both movies Goofy is an exceptionally caring and supportive parent, if a little doting and bumbling.



* MissingMom: Like in ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'', we have no clue, nor ever a mention of Max's mother - whoever she was, if she's either divorced from Goofy or died. It is more likely than not that she died giving birth to Max though no specifics were ever made to give clarity to that. Moreover, we never really see the mothers of Max's friends who are never really mentioned, either (including the [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome removed Peg]]) - we only see their fathers (Pete and Roxanne's growling father).


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* NoAntagonist: The central conflict stems from Max and Goofy's estranged relationship.
17th Feb '17 6:07:39 PM creader
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8th Feb '17 5:51:41 PM Mdumas43073
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[[caption-width-right:350: ''"It's hard to be cool when your dad is Goofy."'']]

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30th Jan '17 11:15:05 PM PPPSSC
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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: This movie is one of the best examples of pure undistilled [[TheNineties Nineties]] in all of animation, though it wasn't meant to be, so the now-blatant 90's clichés weren't initially evident – like the slang (especially from Pauly Shore's character Bobby… and for that matter, the presence of Shore himself), the fashions especially from the characters trying to look cool, Powerline's image, and the soundtrack filled with rock jams.



** In the sequel, when Bobby learns that Goofy was fired from the job, his response is to joke that Goofy got fired because "his pink slip was showing." Max tells him not to push it.

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** In the sequel, when When Bobby learns that Goofy was fired from the job, his response is to joke that Goofy got fired because "his pink slip was showing." Max tells him not to push it.



* KarmaHoudini: Inverted. [[spoiler:Bradley believes he's going to get away with trying and failing to screw over Max's team from winning the College X-Games. Then he finds his former {{Mook}} Tank, clearly pissed over Bradley leaving him, approaching him with intent to get revenge. No points for [[ForegoneConclusion guessing]] [[TheDogBitesBack what happens]].]]



* LackOfEmpathy: [[spoiler:Bradley doesn't seem to care that Tank is trapped in a burning X structure potentially facing death. Tank keeps this in mind when he confronts Bradley after being saved by Max and Goofy]].

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* LackOfEmpathy: [[spoiler:Bradley Bradley doesn't seem to care that [[spoiler: Tank is trapped in a burning X structure potentially facing death. Tank keeps this in mind when he confronts Bradley after being saved by Max and Goofy]].



* LaserGuidedKarma: Bradley believes he's going to get away with trying and failing to screw over Max's team from winning the College X-Games. Then [[spoiler: he finds his former {{Mook}} Tank, clearly pissed over Bradley leaving him, approaching him with intent to get revenge. No points for [[ForegoneConclusion guessing]] [[TheDogBitesBack what happens]].]]



* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Even moreso than the original movie - though of the late 90's/early 2000's instead of the early 90's. A College comedy involving competing in the X Games, it'd be hard to believe this movie was based on Goof Troop or even about Disney characters without the main characters being Goofy and Max.
19th Jan '17 12:05:56 PM HarpieSiren
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** Powerline has brown skin, but we don't know his ethnicity; it's implied that he could be African - American. However he has this look probably to resemble Tevin Campbell who voices him.

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** Powerline has brown skin, skin (fur?), but we don't know his ethnicity; it's implied that he could be African - American. However he has this look probably to resemble Tevin Campbell who voices him.
12th Jan '17 5:15:51 PM SwiftSeraph
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* RodandReelRepurposed : Max learns the ChekhovsSkill of the Perfect Cast from his father. This comes in handy when [[spoiler:Max uses a fishing pole to rescue Goofy from certain doom at the bottom of a steep waterfall.]]
10th Jan '17 5:45:34 AM Tightwire
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''A Goofy Movie'' was pretty successful in theaters, and eventually got a direct-to-video sequel, ''An Extremely Goofy Movie'' (2000). The sequel covers Max going to college, while Goofy [[BackToSchool joins him]]. The first film is considered by some to be an underrated classic, with some clever comedic bits and some heart and soul between Max and Goofy's relationship.

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''A Goofy Movie'' was pretty successful in theaters, and eventually got a direct-to-video sequel, ''An Extremely Goofy Movie'' (2000). The sequel covers Max going to college, while Goofy [[BackToSchool joins him]]. The first film is considered by some to be an underrated classic, with some clever comedic bits and some heart and soul between Max and Goofy's relationship.
relationship, with the second considered a perfectly respectable sequel with a similar attitude to style and plot.
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