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A Goofy Movie 1995 Subtitles


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Goofy decides to take his son, Max, on a fishing trip, in an attempt to bond with him. Max therefore has to break his first date with Roxanne, a schoolmate he has a crush on. Instead of telling her the truth, he lies and pretends that he and his dad are going to perform with the rock star Powerline in Los Angeles. On the trip, Goofy and Max have various misadventures, which include having to hide in their car when Goofy accidentally annoys Bigfoot. When Goofy offers Max the role of navigator as a consolation, Max surreptitiously changes their route... to Los Angeles.

Jason Marsden, Kellie Martin
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Product Details

  • Feature universal
Runtime 1 hour 14 minutes
Starring Jason Marsden, Kellie Martin, Rob Paulsen, Bill Farmer, Goofy, Jim Cummings, Wallace Shawn
Director Kevin Lima
Rental release Limited availability
Main languages English
Dubbing Dutch, Italian, Hebrew, Polish, Hungarian, French, Czech
Subtitles Greek, Icelandic, English, French
Hearing impaired subtitles English

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Rich Milligan on 24 April 2005
Format: DVD
A Goofy Movie is certainly not the most visually stunning piece of animation Disney has ever produced. The storyline is certainly not the most exciting or the dialogue the slickest, it also doesn't have some of the finest songs to have ever graced a Disney score. And yet it is one of the studio's films that my family and I love the most.
What it does have though is a lovely family storyline and will probably appeal to a wider audience than some of the more "successful" Disney movies. It still has some fine songs that will keep buzzing round your head for days afterwards. It also has some great professional touches that only Disney can provide.
Goofy is still as lovely as ever with his own unique brand of slow innocence, a more well meaning and tender hearted character there has never been. Now in tandem with his son Max they really do make a lovely couple. Max is going through those awkward early teenage years and is doing his level best to impress the lovely Roxanne, what could be more embarrassing than having a dad like Goofy!
As I say, all in all, it's just a lovely great family movie and with every new Disney release seeming to up the action and speed stakes, it's great to sit down together and enjoy this charming and more traditional film.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By no1filmaddict on 12 Feb. 2004
Format: DVD
I first saw this film quite few years ago and when i watched it recently on TV i remembered just how enjoyable it was. It is what you would call a 'fun' film, i.e it's completely clean and very watchable.
It takes two of the best cartoon characters ever and puts them in the lime-light, quite literally. Goofy is now a single Dad and when his son Max starts misbehaving at school, he takes him on a fishy holiday to lake Destiny. Max, who hates the idea, has other plans and they end up in LA, on the stage of the Powerline concert.
A great little film which has some great tunes which will make you all want to jump and sing all. I guarentee that you will not be able to get 'On The Open Road' out of your head for a few days after you have watched it.
Although maybe not as good as other Disney films, or as popular, 'A Goofy Movie' in it's own right is excellent and is and can be watched by both the older and the younger members of the family.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By N. Wilson VINE VOICE on 12 Dec. 2003
Format: VHS Tape Verified Purchase
This movie is fantastic. It uses the characters Goofy and his son Max and this is an ep[ic, funny movie, with great music and some wicked laughs.
Without telling to much of the story, Max is dragged away on a fishing trip with his dad Goofy after Max performs to try and impress the love of his life, Roxanne. He however, tells Roxanne he is going to appear onstage with Powerline, the coolest singer ever! He doesnt want to go on the fishing trip with Goofy, but he has no choice, and the movie reflects intrestingly how some teenage/parent realtionships are. The end of the movie is fabulous, so watch it and see for yuorself!!! I seriously enjoied it. It made me laugh and had me growling with frustrasion for poor Max because of his fathers annoyingly funny actions.
The movie is definatly my favorite Disney movie, its one fopr all the family to laugh to and to enjoy over and over agian.
Well done Mr. Disney, 10/10!!!
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This was one of my favourite cartoon movies growing up. The songs are really catchy (I still sing On The Open Road to myself when I'm going on a long car journey!), although the 'Powerline' tunes are now a little on the dated side - the style is placed FIRMLY in the 90s.
The story is a lovely one - a family aesop about a father struggling to accept his little boy is becoming a teenager, a grown up who will no longer need or want to spend time with his dad; and a son who wants to impress a girl, but struggles with the guilt of disappointing his parent; and you know what - seeing it written down it looks a lot more deep and heavy going than it really is, because, let's face it, it's Goofy! Having said that, it does have a true emotional undercurrent - the 'Hi Dad' soup scene always gets to me.
I love Bill Farmer voicing Goofy - his emotional vocal range is incredible. And Jason Marsdon brings a believable Max - without sounding too much like a whiny teenager! The supporting cast of characters (including Jim Cummings as Pete and Rob Paulsen as PJ) are an essential part of rounding out the rest of the story.
It's definitely worth watching with the younger children in the family - especially before they reach the awkward teenage phase - show it often enough so the message goes in subliminally!! ;-) and, although there is mild peril, there is nothing in there that should scare them. And parents can enjoy the jokes that go sailing over the heads of the kids! A true family movie.
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Format: DVD
Be warned, this is a completely biased review because when I was a kid I used to watch this film so much I'm surprised the video is still intact. Sure, it might not be a Walt Disney classic when you compared it to the big name movies, but oh it's fun.

Everything about this film is class, it stars my favourite Disney veteran and his son Max, an odd ball at school who has inherited his son's 'goofyness', despite this, he still wishes to win the heart of Roxanne. When school breaks for Summer, he plans to meet with her, but things take an unexpected and unpleasant turn when father Goofy decides to take him fishing.

The music here is first rate, with some genuinely good tunes, particularly the two tracks by Tevin Campbell, 'I 2 I' and 'Stand Out', which I'm surprised were never released as singles. Although there is lots of good humour throughout, towards the end, there is also a very moving scene where Goofy admits that all he wanted to do was spend time with his son despite his reservations. It's a real tender moment between father and son, finished with a song. Yeah, I'm soft, I admit it. Pete, who is a traditionally a Disney villain, is scheming and troublesome here, but much more lovable and funny.

'A Goofy Movie' is brilliant family fun. Nice one Disney!
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