Why was the Goofy movie so intense and heartbreaking?

Ryder Murphy
Ryder Murphy

Why was the Goofy movie so intense and heartbreaking?

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Nathaniel Moore
Nathaniel Moore

Because it wasn't made in the Cal Arts art style.

Nathan Rogers
Nathan Rogers

Because it wasn't made in the Cal Arts art style.
Bezinga

Isaac Edwards
Isaac Edwards

Same reason you think Space Jam is a good movie

Brody Walker
Brody Walker

Space jam is a good movie

Charles Jackson
Charles Jackson

irrelevant

Connor Morales
Connor Morales

its a positive father and son movie building on the already great goof troop series

Leo Davis
Leo Davis

I mean look at this vid, and now look at where they are in the OP
its fuckin good man

Evan Ortiz
Evan Ortiz

I found Space Jam to be 5/10 at best.

Nathan Lopez
Nathan Lopez

I found your blowjobs to be 5/10 at best post reasons retard

Chase Sullivan
Chase Sullivan

No it isn't.

Jackson Cook
Jackson Cook

back that up

Benjamin Nelson
Benjamin Nelson

Because it was a movie essentially about a boy coming of age. That's not typically a subject ever hit upon by children's movies.

The series itself was also sorta melancholy at times when you consider it's about a widowed father raising his only son. That's pretty uncommon to have represented in any medium, especially as having the father shown in a positive light.

Sebastian Allen
Sebastian Allen

One aspect about that movie I like is when Goofy takes Max to the amusement park but Max is annoyed by the whole thing. I found that one scene to be relatable for some reason.

Jason Morgan
Jason Morgan

What did you guys think about the sequel movie where Max goes to college.

Michael Cooper
Michael Cooper

It's one of those things tons of people go through, where you've gone on road trips with your family or just your dad, hit up those cheesy attractions even when you're old enough that it feels embarrassing rather than fun like your dad or parents want it to be.

Tyler Gray
Tyler Gray

It's a thin line to get that. Either they're too young and you can't enjoy everything with them or they're too old and they are just embarrassed to be seen having fun with their oldies goldies.

Nicholas Lewis
Nicholas Lewis

Ive only seen the movie once or twice as a kid, so i dont really remember it enough to talk. That said, I didnt watch it more as a kid because i liked the first one much more.

Sebastian Thomas
Sebastian Thomas

Because Goofy is probably one of the most sincere characters there ever was (at least his 90s-early 2000s incarnations).
Seeing him deal with some of the trials of fatherhood especially as a single father gets pretty surreal.

Caleb Johnson
Caleb Johnson

It was cringey.
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Michael Jones
Michael Jones

Seeing a ridiculous fuckup like Goofy earnestly trying hard to be a good father is just brilliant. Whoever thought of the idea should win medals. He's got all the silly Dad traits and his clumsiness plays into the "Well meaning Father who just misses the mark every time" archetype.

Juan Murphy
Juan Murphy

That's not typically a subject ever hit upon by children's movies.
Are you retarded?

Leo Hernandez
Leo Hernandez

This sums up why Holla Forums is shit.

Christian Howard
Christian Howard

He's right. It's mostly girls coming of age.

Lincoln Bennett
Lincoln Bennett

How many?

Chase Watson
Chase Watson

I dunno, off the top of my head?
Every Disney princess movie where their age is ambiguously between 16-20 or younger, (Alice in Wonderland, Mulan, The Little Mermaid, Brave, Frozen etc etc), while on the boy side its a handful, the main being the Lion King. Aladdin you could argue. The problem is where you draw the line between 'character coming of age' and 'character grows more mature and is of a vague-yet-young age'. This is talking strictly animated movies.

Alexander Davis
Alexander Davis

Space Jam is roughly a 6/10
+Interesting concept (albeit ripped off of Who Framed Roger Rabbit)
+humor was pretty good, a lot of it still stands up today
+plot resembled a Looney Tunes plot, obviously a plus
-like with Roger Rabbit the whole cartoon + live action thing didn't age too well
-they didn't really explore very many of the potential jokes that were right in front of them (Looney Tunes characters are literally nothing but gigantic jokes, the movie is disappointing when you realize this)
-unmemorable soundtrack besides Piss Kelly's "I Believe I Can Fly" and (obviously) the Slam Jam song

Jace Hernandez
Jace Hernandez

art style directly influences storytelling
This bait made me angry.
Because you see the father-son dynamic from the eyes of both characters. Goofy is not a perfect dad and often misinterprets his son's wishes, but he's portrayed so earnestly in loving him unconditionally that it's hard to see this shit in live action without the movies being too sappy. Max on the other hand wants to live his youth but comes to terms with the fact that he's still his father's son.
Space Jam is a fun movie. It's terrible in that as a movie it's got plot holes the size of the Grand Canyon but it's dumb fun. Some guy also compiled a statistic about every player and every play in the Space Jam and the blue alien basically did jack shit.

Lincoln Young
Lincoln Young

Also

Noah Sanders
Noah Sanders

Let's all agree that Pete in a speedo was the best part

Nicholas Brown
Nicholas Brown

it's pete time

Easton Sanchez
Easton Sanchez

Anyone else remember this scene as the beginning of their furry and diaper and fetish

Bentley Harris
Bentley Harris

The Slam Jam song is the only thing that is good about the movie, and even then only when combined with animu.

Carson Flores
Carson Flores

Still to this day, my favorite part (besides the best payoff of all Disney movies, the concert scene) is that amazing Motel.

Ethan Ramirez
Ethan Ramirez

napalm sticks to goofs
Man, this remix looks better than it sounds to be honest

Angel Foster
Angel Foster

So how about that there Roxanne?

Eli Brooks
Eli Brooks

She's boring.

Lincoln Clark
Lincoln Clark

why does she have two moles on her face?

a small one and a huge one in the middle? Black salve incident?

Josiah Barnes
Josiah Barnes

Surprise this haven’t devolved into a peg lewd dumping thread yet

Ryan Martin
Ryan Martin

She reminds me of Impedimenta.

William Morris
William Morris

Youtube embeds only

What a worthless thread.

Kevin Rivera
Kevin Rivera

Hopefully it stays that way.

Bentley Collins
Bentley Collins

Had a pretty sexy librarian character and that's about all I remember from it.
She doesn't have much porn of her either.

Landon Baker
Landon Baker

Because Goofy was a single Dad.

It all boils down to that. Goofy only has Max and Max only has Goofy. In most other stuff if Dad fucks up then theres a heart to heart talk with Mom and she gives some wisdom to patch things up, the Goofy series never had that. When either of them fucked up they had friends sure, but i always came back to them havin to work shit out. The movie basically removed the friends bit and emphasized how they only have each other.

Nathaniel Taylor
Nathaniel Taylor

This.

Luis Carter
Luis Carter

Oh! I get it now! It's a pun on Peg Leg! Since Pete's original name was Pegleg Pete!

Thomas Morris
Thomas Morris

Holla Forums literally lost over 60 UIDs in the course of a week, we got slower but the quality has gone up.

Lincoln Bell
Lincoln Bell

Wait.. really?

Jackson Collins
Jackson Collins

The big one is her nose.

Connor Wilson
Connor Wilson

space jam is not a good movie. but it is a relic from that era

Elijah Clark
Elijah Clark

he wasn't Pegleg Pete until he was depicted as a pirate (though this is his most popular alternate appearance, moreso than Black Pete and Pistol Pete (speaking of…)).
For the most part, he was known merely as Pete in the Alice Comedies and Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. He had debuted under the name Bootleg Pete in the Alice Comedies

William Davis
William Davis

In my country, Pegleg Pete is the only way to call him and make sure people understand who you're talking about, so change "first" with "most popular".
Why does this look like cropped porn

John Gray
John Gray

Because it is. Aeolus06, look him up, makes some goofy no pun intended, honestly r34 sometimes.
Peg
Pistol
P.J. - Pete Junior
It's like one character was cloned into different people

Juan Scott
Juan Scott

obligatory.

Nathaniel Foster
Nathaniel Foster

How?

Oliver Morales
Oliver Morales

I don't understand how people would actually want any of that, but I'm happy I was right on the money.
Whenever I see this picture I'm reminded of that one guy who spoke God's honest truth: out of all the Disney mainline cast, Goofy is the only one who actually does have a son. Some woman got GOOFD.COM. Someone seriously looked at in-character Goofy and thought "gawrsh that really turns me on". I guess after hearing Roger Rabbit say that in-universe, Goofy is pretty much the Christian Bale of cartoon characters this would make more sense, but still.

Dylan James
Dylan James

Wasn't Goofy usually paired up with an antropomorphic cow named Mabel in some comics?

Christian Jenkins
Christian Jenkins

She made me feel confusing feelings.

Honestly, though, there's something about her gesturing that is so naturally attractive. I get the distinct feeling that whoever designed Roxanne wanted people to feel the same Max felt for her, creepy as it may be when you remember she's some weird dog creature, and that is a genius fucking move. If you feel as strongly as Max does about her, it's much easier to empathize with him and it makes the story super strong.

Man, both I 2 I and Stand Out were fucking amazing. I can't think of any time other than Stand Out where the MC got so close to the ultimate goal that early in the movie.

Jose Cooper
Jose Cooper

According to kikepedia:
Clarabelle Cow (occasionally)
Glory-Bee (1960s comics)
Zenobia (1980s comics)
Ms. Pennypacker (Goof Troop)
Sylvia Marpole (An Extremely Goofy Movie)

So yeah, he gets around.
I think the nicest thing about it is that she acts as naturally as every non bitchy female teen you could find. Cartoonish gimmicks aside, everyone feels kind of natural.

Joshua Butler
Joshua Butler

I find it kinda funny that anyone here is bothering to defend Space Jam even a little bit considering it was a massive corporate shill fest back in the day. I even remember all the merchandise tie-ins and McDonalds shit.

I mean, I haven't seen it since I was a kid, but that shit was definitely made to sell crap.

Chase Watson
Chase Watson

I find it kinda funny that anyone here is bothering to defend Space Jam even a little bit considering it was a massive corporate shill fest back in the day. I even remember all the merchandise tie-ins and McDonalds shit.
It never denied being one though. It was inspired by other Michael Jordan x Looney Tunes adverts for shoes.
People mostly remember it for two things: the titular main theme/the Monstars' introduction theme/I Believe I Can Fly, and Lola Bunny. The movie itself is forgettable and everything is completely out of canon, but it also inspired the creation of Barkley, Shut Up And Jam: Gaiden, so it's still remembered fondly.

Tyler Cooper
Tyler Cooper

space jam is not a good movie.
But it's a fun as hell one. We don't get silly fun anymore.

Adam Young
Adam Young

Ah ,a vid con connoisseur like myself!

Dylan Nguyen
Dylan Nguyen

The fact that it's such a shameless product just makes it more charming.

Connor Clark
Connor Clark

You are taking cartoons waaaaaaay too seriously, mang. Even for this place.

Ayden Bailey
Ayden Bailey

good ol' peg

Joseph Baker
Joseph Baker

after hearing Roger Rabbit say that in-universe, Goofy is pretty much the Christian Bale of cartoon characters
Any sources on this?

Austin Martin
Austin Martin

I hope you're ready for the second chapter, as well as Bball TactixXx.
I wish someone could make a GOOFED.COM picture. That'd be great.
He comments throughout the workout movie of Goofy's that he's an amazing actor in the scene where they're hiding in a cinema to lay low. At the end when he's being smothered by Jessica, he also asks if he's better than Goofy.
rogerrabbit.wikia.com/wiki/Goofy

Austin Carter
Austin Carter

What happened to her and their daughter on the movie? Divorce?

Owen Edwards
Owen Edwards

When making a comedy vs an action vs a somber cartoon, art style isn't specifically chosen to complement genre and tone

Ian King
Ian King

At the beginning of World War II, he was accused of being a (presumably german) spy, but contacted private detective Eddie Valiant who cleared his name

Wyatt Campbell
Wyatt Campbell

Anyone remember those weird Groot Troot pics that was a short artist meme few years back?

Christian Davis
Christian Davis

What is When the Wind Blows
What is Fritz the Cat
What is Cool World
What is the fucking old school Simpsons
Like, I get what you mean but blaming subpar writing on the art itself and not on the cally writers is just dumb. Plenty of old cartoons that had terrible plots were still at least competent in looking good.
It was just a bunch of jokes at the beginning to prove that Eddie was a pretty damn good cop, alongside his brother. Also there's a picture of them wearing clown suits which foreshadows how he ends up saving the day.

John Lewis
John Lewis

Thst cant be real

Liam Lopez
Liam Lopez

So what happened to the wife and daughter?

Brandon Perez
Brandon Perez

What is Fritz the Cat
a piece of shit that drags on for too long and people mumbling into the microphone while doped up in the recording studio

Easton Anderson
Easton Anderson

Just read the comics strips.

Connor Torres
Connor Torres

m8, my balls have become turquoise from all the waiting. How long has it been delayed , 4 years now?

Joseph Cook
Joseph Cook

Yeah, maybe more. Keep in mind that it's a development team of about 3-4 people, they ran out of funding around the third year and are just finishing it up in their spare time now. Also the core game is already finished but I suspect they ran into troubles with the event system.

Samuel Jenkins
Samuel Jenkins

There were Mon-stars motherfucker, and it was a fine school a real fine school. What more do you want?

Brandon Morales
Brandon Morales

I never knew. I thought, since they had the money to make a port for Mac, money wasn't that much of a problem.

Oliver Johnson
Oliver Johnson

I thought it was interesting how we got to watch Max grow up from Goof Troop all the way through the movies where he went to college. I wonder how many other people were the same age at the same time? What's Max been up to since college, anyway?

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