A Goofy Movie is a 1995 animated film from Disney, starring, of course, Goofy.
As in Goof Troop, Goofy is a single father to teenage Max Goof. After Max gets into trouble on the last day of school, Goofy becomes worried that he hasn't been spending enough time with Max, and decides to take him on a father-son road trip. Max, however, is embarrassed by his dad, and is more worried about impressing the girl of his dreams, Roxanne. When the road trip means he'll have to miss a date with her, he claims it's because Goofy is taking him to a concert in Los Angeles, where he will appear on stage. Hilarity Ensues.
The film was directed by Kevin Lima, who would go on to direct Disney's Tarzan, 102 Dalmatians and Enchanted. A Goofy Movie was not animated by Disney's main animation team in Burbank, but farmed out to studios in Australia, Canada, and France.
A Goofy Movie was pretty successful in theaters, and eventually got a direct-to-video sequel, An Extremely Goofy Movie (2000). The sequel covers Max going to college, while Goofy joins him. The first film is considered by some to be an underrated classic, with some clever comedic bits and some heart and soul between Max and Goofy's relationship.
While both movies have plenty of the classic Goofy slapstick, they do not rely entirely on them for their humor. And even better, they also possess some genuinely touching father-son moments between Goofy and Max.