Monday, December 16, 2019

An Extremely Goofy Movie

An Extremely Goofy Movie is a 2000 American direct-to-video animated comedy film distributed by Walt Disney Home Video and a sequel to the 1995 film A Goofy Movie, which was based on the animated television series Goof Troop and also serves as the television series finale.
The story follows Max's freshman year at college, which is compounded by his father's presence when Goofy arrives at the same college to get a degree because of his failure to complete college.
A scene in the film's climax was entirely removed following the September 11 attacks. In the scene, Max and Tank were trapped inside the paper-maché X-Games logo and Goofy helping to save them. As they make their escape, an image was shown of parallel towers of the model burning. Even though the film came out well over a year before the terrorist attack, the scene was considered inappropriate in retrospect. All subsequent television broadcasts edited out all scenes inside the logo, though it was kept on all home video releases, Netflix streaming and international broadcasts.
An Extremely Goofy Movie won the award for "Best Animated Home Video Production" and Bill Farmer was nominated for "Best Voice Acting by a Male Performer" at the 28th Annie Awards in 2000.

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