Top 10 Worst Warner Bros. Animated Movies

Here are some of the worst animated films from Warner Bros.
The Top Ten
1 Tom and Jerry: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

This movie is so bad that its mere existence makes fans of the original 1971 movie reconsider all of their negative feelings towards the 2005 remake.

This was literally a shot-for-shot remake of the vastly superior 1971 film: Tom and Jerry added nothing to the plot.

I love Roald Dahl, but this is just a disgrace to every Roald Dahl fan in the universe. I hope Tom and Jerry dies.

2 Kangaroo Jack: G'day U.S.A.!

Do we need this movie?

3 Tom & Jerry

What is the meaning of this?

4 The Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age SmackDown!
5 Scooby-Doo! Wrestlemania Mystery
6 Rover Dangerfield

This technically is not produced by Warner Bros. Animation at all, but it is an animated movie from Warner Bros.

7 Tom and Jerry & The Wizard of Oz

Do we need this?

8 The Lego Ninjago Movie

Worst of the four theatrically released Lego movies.

Was there ever a need for a Ninjago Movie?

9 The Lego Batman Movie

Okay, why this movie? It's so good!

10 The Jetsons & WWE: Robo-Wrestlemania!

Who asked for this?

The Contenders
11 The Pebble and the Penguin
12 Batman: The Killing Joke
13 The Little Polar Bear 2: The Mysterious Island
14 Teen Titans Go! See Space Jam

Just when I thought Warner Bros. couldn't get any worse, they got worse. They made a THIRD Teen Titans Go! movie! A Mystery Science Theater 3000 knockoff where they watch Space Jam! WHY ANOTHER TEEN TITANS GO MOVIE?! I hated Space Jam a lot! It was an embarrassment to the Looney Tunes! I was never excited about the sequel, because it's just a copy of the original movie! This film was made just to promote the sequel! You know what? Maybe Space Jam is PERFECT for Teen Titans Go!, because both are HUGE embarrassments at Warner Bros.!

This just isn't very good compared to the first two Teen Titans Go! movies.

I think I'd rather watch Space Jam 2 than this.

15 SCOOB!
16 Scooby-Doo and WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon
17 The King and I (1999)

Surprised this isn't on here already.

18 The Ant Bully

If this movie didn't tank at the box office, Jimmy Neutron would've lasted a lot longer than it did, and all of Nickelodeon's subsequent computer-animated series would have also had much better looking animation.

This movie looks like an untouchably good masterpiece of animation compared to The Wild and especially Doogal.

19 Scooby-Doo! The Sword and the Scoob
20 Quest for Camelot

This movie sucks

21 Looney Tunes: Back in Action
22 The Dark Knight Returns
23 Teen Titans Go! To the Movies

Eh, it was okay. I don't actually hate Teen Titans Go!, but I also don't like it. I can see why people hate it, and I can see why others like it. I don't think this would be worse than the Emoji Movie (that's already worse).

I still don't think it's that good of a movie, though. It has its moments where it was immature, some of the writing is subpar, some of its songs weren't great, the animation is jerky at times, and some of the characters weren't as interesting, but THE worst animated movie ever? Nah. While still not as great as Batman: Mask of the Phantasm or the Lego Batman Movie, I wouldn't recall saying that this is a feature length episode of the series (looking at you, Sponge on the Run) or one of the worst animated films alongside Foodfight!, the Emoji Movie, Norm of the North, or Where the Dead Go to Die. It's actually tolerable compared to those train-wrecks.

The animation does have its creative moments, most of the jokes did make me laugh, it does have its heartfelt moments, and I did enjoy My Superhero Movie. The voice acting is solid, the action sequences are quite cool, and I do like how it's a satire on movies, superhero movies, the film industry, the list goes on. As stated before, it's actually quite rare, especially in the USA, where we get a 2D Flash animated feature film released theatrically, especially one from a major studio like Warner Bros.

It's mostly a kids movie, and that's fine. If you actually do like Teen Titans Go!, you might like this movie, and that's fine. If you don't like Teen Titans Go!, then you won't like this movie, and that's also fine. It's just my opinion. I'm sure there are fans of the original series who would find enjoyment in this movie.

24 Teen Titans Go! vs. Teen Titans

Honestly,... I like it.

Now, now, keep an open mind. This is my own personal opinion.

Yeah, I know, it still won't top Trouble in Tokyo, or even Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, but I just love watching the original Titans again. Yeah, I will say, some of the writing can be a little immature, two songs weren't very memorable, the animation on the 2003 counterparts aren't as well done, and it just wasn't the best comeback for the 2003 series. But the writing, most of the time, can be very good, most of the jokes can be funny, it does have its more serious moments, the acting is great, the fight scenes are epic, and I just love how the Teen Titans of infinite Earths joined together.

Yes, there are a number of aspects the first film did better, mostly with the backgrounds, but I just preferred this.

Honestly, I'd take this over Kangaroo Jack: G'Day, USA!, the Lego Ninjago Movie, Tom and Jerry: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, the Norm of the North sequels, In Search of the Titanic, and Ice Age: Continental Drift, any day.

I can only recommend this who are interested. If you do enjoy both versions of Teen Titans, check it out. If you don't enjoy Teen Titans Go! at all, then don't watch it.

Overall, while I still wanted a season 6 of the original, I say this is a very decent movie.

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