Since the new Mickey Mouse movie has been announced last year, I'm personally wondering if the new film is going to have segments in it or probably just one full plot. Maybe it would have two short segments and finally one segment with the main plot in it. As a matter of fact, if this is a film with a few different segment elements, I personally want to see:
1. Since Donald and Goofy are confirmed to be in the new film, I'll give them their own segments first. The first segment can focused on Goofy becoming a smart guy. Goofy's friends get very tired of his clumsy antics one day, so Goofy decided to get a job so he can be focused and concentrated more often. While he's at his job at the college of technology, he came upon his son Max, who is working at the same technology job as well, much to his chargin. To add insult to injury, Goofy embarrasses Max to no end at his job. Goofy then realizes that he's not cut out to become a good technician, but Max told him that he doesn't need to become perfect at a job once in a while. Goofy suddenly realizes that he needs to become himself, so he decided to go back to his goofy ways once again and just be himself. At least, his friends are good to have him back.
2. The next segment can focused on Donald losing his voice. Nobody can remember what Donald's saying and one day, when Donald woke up, he discovered that he lost his voice. Daisy Duck, Scrooge McDuck, Professor Ludwig Von Drake, and Huey, Dewey and Louie tried to help him find abilities to talk. After all the trouble, Donald realizes that he may never talk again. Suddenly, he let out a cry and finally realized that he got his voice back, even though if nobody can understand whatever it was he was saying.
3. The last segment can be a very big adventure of a tribute to the title character of the potential film. After Mickey saved Minnie from one of Pete's schemes, Minnie decided to repay Mickey for saving her life. For almost nearly 85 years, Minnie became the "damsel-in-distress" who is in Mickey's debt until she can pay him back. Mickey decided to train Minnie in becoming a heroic heroine so she can become more than just a damsel in distress. There's only one problem about that: Minnie usually disliked the traits of fun and adventure. Then, one day, when Mickey was kidnapped by Pete and the Phantom Blot, Minnie realized that after almost nearly 85 years of the times when she was taken away by a villain and have Mickey to come along and save her life, she decided to repay Mickey by saving his life. So, she took Pluto with her and they went to the Phantom Blot's hiding place, only to found out that Pete and the Phantom Blot are working side-by-side to think about ways into killing Mickey Mouse. Then, Minnie learned about the personality and traits of her boyfriend and decided to use those traits in attempt to stop Pete and the Phantom Blot from trying to harm Mickey. After battling the villains (with a little help from Mickey and Pluto, of course), Minnie proclaimed her love to Mickey and he proclaimed his love for her in return. Even though Minnie disliked the traits of fun and adventure, you'll be pretty surprised what you can live through, especially for those females who had been neglected their own cartoon series and became ciphers during the Golden Age of Animation.
Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy can star in those segments. As for the supporting characters, I personally want to see Max Goof, Daisy Duck, Pluto, Ludwig Von Drake, Horace Horsecollar, Clarabelle Cow, Huey, Dewey and Louie, Chip 'n Dale, Scrooge McDuck, Pete, Humphrey the Bear, J. Audubon Woodlore, Dinah the Dachshund, Butch the Bulldog, Mortimer Mouse, Clara Cluck and maybe even some hidden cameos of characters from Goof Troop and Quack Pack (the Goofy and Donald Duck television series) such as P.J. (a.k.a. Pete Junior), Bobby Zimmeruski, Peg Pete, Pistol Pete, Chainsaw, Waffles, Biff Fuddled, Dutch Sparkles, Kent Powers, Spud and Wally, General Bob Sparrowhawk, Harold Hatchback, Coupe Hatchback, Bleach, The Chief of Spoonerville Police, the Mayor of Spoonerville, Giblet the Clown, Fester (Ness) Swollen, Goofy Knock Knees, Elliot Goof, Sherlock Goof, Mopalong Goofy, Caveman Goof, Kent Powers, The Claw, Prince Gaylord, Moltoc, Helga Needlehofer, Susie McIder, Beef Jerky, Gustav Goose and Gqumpki.