A Goofy Movie
Goofy is committed to spending quality time with his son, so he drags teenager Max away on a vacation. But the timing couldn't be worse for Max, who's just mustered up the gumption to ask his crush out on a date.
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Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this father-son road-trip movie contains some chaotic, perilous moments. Max's attitude is less than appreciative for much of the film -- but that's the point. He is going through an awkward phase that Goofy is learning to cope with.
- Sexual Content
- Female characters wear slinky outfits and act seductively. Chaste kiss between teens. Shots of male characters wearing underwear or standing dressed in a towel. Shot of a baby's bare bottom.
- Perilous scenes in a car, where Goofy and Max fall off of a cliff into a river. At one point, Max gets so frustrated with a mascot wearing a possum outfit that he punches him in the kisser. Pete bullies his son and encourages Goofy to do the same with Max.
- "Butt." Also, Max is interrupted by a bystander when he says the word hell: "My life is a living he¿" "...Hello little buddy."
- Social Behavior
- Goofy and Max are going through a rough patch, typical of adolescence, where trust, patience, respect, and discipline are all shifting borders in a new land. But the bond that they share is stronger than the challenges they withstand.
- Disney cross-references pop up. Goofy has a Mickey Mouse telephone, and we see other Disney characters throughout the film. One character is a glutton for "cheddar-cheese whiz," which comes in a very recognizable can.
- Drugs / Tobacco / Alcohol
- Pete drinks beer, spitting it onto the TV screen when he sees Goofy and Max featured at a big concert.
- Age appropriate
- Not an issue
- Depends on your kid and your family
- Not appropriate for kids of the age most likely to want to see it