An in-depth documentary on 2D animation's current state and potential future. Featuring interviews of a mixture of both independent and mainstream animators who are keeping the medium alive... See full summary »
A fearless, globe-trotting, terrorist-battling secret agent has his life turned upside down when he discovers his wife might be having an affair with a used car salesman while terrorists smuggle nuclear war heads into the United States.
Jamie Lee Curtis,
200 years after her death, Ellen Ripley is revived as a powerful human/alien hybrid clone. Along with a crew of space pirates, she must again battle the deadly aliens and stop them from reaching Earth.
I admit I do prefer the Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck cartoons, but this Goofy cartoon is absolutely delightful. It is refreshingly different from the cartoons of the 30s-50s, not that they are bad or anything nothing could be further from the truth, and that is what I liked about How to Haunt a House.
The animation is really colourful and vibrant and the music is rousing and haunting. The story is a refreshing departure, full of scary and funny incidents and a zany modern style that worked wonderfully and it moves along at a very brisk pace. The voice work is top notch, and Goofy is wonderful.
Overall, a Disney delight, and one of my personal favourite Goofy cartoons for the humour and story alone. 10/10 Bethany Cox
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