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Shae's Review of An Extremely Goofy Movie

rated it: posted: Oct 05, 2007
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An Extremely Goofy Movie is one the most worthy sequels ever. All the things that were so wonderful about the first one, are still there.
So, Max’s college campus might not be very realistic. It sure makes you want to go there yourself. I miss Roxanne and wish she would at least make an appearance, but then again, I suppose it’s actually fairly realistic that she wouldn’t also end up going to the same college as Max (he’s already lucky enough to be roommates with his best friends PJ and Max.) I don’t know why they just forgot about her entirely, but how many people in high school get together and then break up? At any rate, she is at least replaced with two excellent new characters who help us miss her presence just a bit less: Sylvia Marpole, Goofy’s librarian love interest who adores all things 80s and has a wild side you’d never expect, and the profound Java Bean café poet known simply as “the beret girl,” who winds up with PJ.

Max’s Gamma rival, Bradley Uppercrust III, is very clearly not a human as someone said; well, he’s a humanoid doggish-type-thing, as they all are, but he’s no more human than anyone else.
Overall, this movie delivers just as much goodness as the first, as Goofy and Max rediscover their love for each other.

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