A Goofy Movie Reviews
The voice acting is good especially from Bill Farmer and Jason Marsden. I felt that they fit the characters nicely, and gave a fun performance.
The characters were strong for the most part especially Goofy and Max, but a couple of the side characters were a little annoying at points.
The cinematography was steady with some nice shots here and there.
The animation like most Disney animated films was very sound and vibrant.
The settings were nice with some good backgrounds from a town to a forest.
The film also had a steady style from the colour scheme to the character design.
The dialogue was steady with a couple of memorable lines.
The film is also a sort of musical which kind of took me out of the movie, but at least the songs weren't the worst that Disney has ever done.
The story was a average father and son story where the characters just don't get each other except that the story does do a couple things which a average story like this wouldn't do.
The comedy ranged from not funny to making me laugh out loud.
The film also has some good atmosphere at points especially a scene where the characters were stuck in a car.
The film was a little enjoyable but it's not something that I would go out my way to watch again.
I also have a couple nit picks with the film but they don't take away that much.
Over all I give it a 5/10 - worth a watch
Being a film adaptation of one of the weaker Disney Afternoon shows Goof Troop could have backfired easily due that show's dated 90's obsessions, but A Goofy Movie does manage to be an impressive debut for DisneyToon Studios, thanks to it's incredible animation, faithfulness to the spirit of the 1950's Goofy cartoons and the heartwarming relationship between Goofy and his son.