A Goofy Movie is the 351st episode of Screen Junkies comedy series Honest Trailers. It was written by Spencer GilbertJoe StarrDanielle Radford and Lon Harris. It was narrated by Jon Bailey as Epic Voice Guy, with a special narration by Jason Marsden in character as Max for the viewer comments. It parodies the 1995 animated musical comedy film A Goofy Movie. It was published on June 23, 2020, as part of Blockbuster Summer, a special run of episodes in which Screen Junkies turned their attention to blockbusters both old and new. It is 4 minutes and 29 seconds long. It has been viewed over 930,000 times.

Script Edit

This summer, we're getting honest about summer blockbusters past and present. This is Honest Trailers: Blockbuster Summer.

Now that you've finished The Mandalorian on Disney+, given up on Artemis Fowl after ten minutes, and put Zenimation on in the background while you text (text sound effects), it's time to squeeze the last bit of value out of your seven bucks a month by revisiting the low-budget spin-off of a syndicated Disney Afternoon show (Goof Troop), that clocks in under 80 minutes with credits, yet is one of the best films of an otherwise soft era for the Big D. Sorry, Dinosaur; at least you only cost-- (an IMDbPro page pops up showing Dinosaur's budget of $127.5 million) Wow. $127 million, in 20-years-ago money. All righty, then.

A Goofy Movie

Welcome to the world of Goofy, where the fish are fish, the birds are birds, and everyone else is somewhere on the spectrum between dog, cat, and man, where you'll see slapstick legend Goofy like you've never seen him before: a suburban dad desperately trying to connect with the son who hates him!

Goofy: What the heck you tryin' to do?

Max: Trying to get away from you!

What kind of hyukked-up kids' movie is this?! (montage of Goofy hyukking)

Every teenager thinks their parents are the most embarrassing people in the world, but only Goofy's son Max can make a solid case for it.

Max: (as Goofy forces him to dance in front of a crowd) Dad, stop! Please! Dad, look, this is embarrassiiiing!

He's out to ditch his dad and get with Roxanne, a girl he's never spoken to...

Max: She finally says "hi" to me...

...but puts on a pedestal, and is so thirsty for, he literally sees her in the water. Eh, can't blame him; the mid-90's were a golden age for animated love interests. (Roxanne, Lola Bunny from Space Jam, Gadget from Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers, Goliath from Gargoyles) Together, this Goof Troop will set off on a road trip across a post-apocalyptic mirror dimension that's geographically identical to our own, and bond as they narrowly avoid committing vehicular homicides (montage of reckless driving), kill a mime (a piano falls on a mime as Goofy mimes cutting scissors), and rescue Max's best friend from his abusive dad...?

P.J.: If my dad catches me with this, he'll kill me. / If my dad finds out, it's gonna nuke my entire existence. / My dad is gonna smash me like a bug...

Uh-oh. a film that teaches us the importance of clear and honest father-son communication. But since it has the same screenwriter as Aladdin (Brian Pimental), it also teaches us how lying to girls just makes them like you more.

Aladdin: I really am a prince.

Max: My dad, um... knew... knows! Knows Powerline!

Oh, hyukk off! (montage of Max hyukking)

So buckle up for the Disney adventure with the biggest heart and the lowest stakes, where, instead of rescuing a kingdom or breaking an ancient curse, the hero must endure spending time with an actually... alive... parent -- Speaking of which, where is Max's mom, anyway? -- full of amazing songs from Tevin Campbell as Powerline...

Powerline: (singing) And maybe love is the reason why...

...skippable songs from Goofy...

Goofy: (singing) Do you long to shed your weary load?

...and the exact amount of Pauly Shore before it gets obnoxious.

Bobby: Look. It's the Leaning Tower of Cheese-a. Huh. (gulps it down)

That's it! Stop right there! Perfect! Not a second more!

Starring: The Dogfather (Bill Farmer as Goofy); Lil Bow Wow (Jason Marsden and Aaron Lohr as Maximilian "Max" Goof); Hi Diddly Ho, Neighborino! (Jim Cummings as Pete); Wait, His Name is PJ Pete? Pete Junior Pete? And His Dad is Pete Pete? How Did Their Civilization Last This Long? (Rob Paulsen as P.J.); Kelly Kapupski (Kellie Martin as Roxanne); Skipping School? Inconceivable! (Wallace Shawn as Principal Mazur); Cheese the Juice (Pauly Shore as Robert "Bobby" Zimuruski); and All Dogs Flow to Tevin (Tevin Campbell as Powerline).

Mad Max: Furry Road Trip


The honest title for A Goofy Movie was ‘Mad Max: Furry Road Trip’. Titles designed by Robert Holtby.

So... are we going to talk about how they're being followed by nuns everywhere they go?

Nuns: (singing) They're partners forever, westward ho! Yee-haw! (close-up, fade to red, sinister sting)

Viewer's Comments Edit

Max: Hey, you guys were way harsh on my movie! I don't even know why P.J. and Bobby like these videos...

pls say "I am a goofy goober, You're a goofy goober, We're all goofy goobers" - Kian Rafati

Please say "tostitos, doritos, fritos, cheetos, they're all itos" - Sir Charles

Say "Get crazy with the cheez whiz!" - MovieLife

Say "M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E" (rhythm included) - Reece Gallagher

Trivia Edit

Reception Edit

Production Credits Edit

Voice Narration: Jon Bailey aka Epic Voice Guy

Written by: Spencer GilbertJoe StarrDanielle Radford & Lon Harris

Produced by: Spencer Gilbert & Joe Starr

Edited by: Kevin Williamsen

Post-Production Supervisor: Emin Bassavand

Supervising Producer: Max Dionne

Associate Producer: Ryan O'Toole

Executive Producer: Roth Cornet

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