Worst Animated Movies Based on Cartoonsegnomac Here is the list of the worst animated movies based on cartoons.
The Top Ten
Oh yeah, I remember when this came out. So sad that Hanna Barbara is dead now. - Mcgillacuddy
I didn't know this existed - EpicJake
...why is this a thing?
That hideous CGI head in the opening (and end credits) is far more terrifying than any horror movie I've ever seen.
Even the Ice Age sequels were far less annoying than this repulsive third world abomination!
This makes Doogal look like Up!
KILL IT! KILL IT WITH FIRE!
Never Watched The Show But This Movie Looks Trashed - WWEWBMortalKombatFan
Just when you thought these WWE crossovers couldn't get anymore ridicules. - egnomac
Why do Hanna Barbara Cartoons have WWE crossovers? - EpicJake
McMahon getting greedy is the perfect way to describe these cash in movies. - htoutlaws2012
I remember watching this when I was 7 or something...I didn't like it - TwilightKitsune
Hey don't forget that it's "an all new original movie". - Anonymousxcxc
Tom and Jerry talking? Tom and Jerry as friends? Yep. This is scraier than The Exorcist. - 445956
They're really running out of ideas for Tom and Jerry movies. They're slapping them onto pretty much every franchise. I wouldn't be surprised if there was a Star Wars Tom and Jerry movie.
This moves hasn't even been released yet but judging from the trailers it already looks it will suck. - egnomac
This exists? Wow, and I thought Johnny Depp was the worst thing that could happen to this movie. Could this possibly top that? - Zach808
Yeah, these new Tom and Jerry movies suck hard. The only modern T&J movie that I actually enjoyed when I was younger was The Fast and the Furry. It was basically a film where they raced each other around the world. - Mcgillacuddy
I don't see what's so bad about this movie to be honest - EpicJake
This makes the Star Wars Holiday Special look like The Empire Strikes Back! Worst holiday special ever!
Even Jimmy Neutron Happy Family Happy Hour had better animation lol
Oh man, it was so BORING and cliche. Generic 90's kids movie. Can't believe they released it theatrically.
Worst they put the word 1st movie as if they were already planning a sequel. - egnomac
Should be higher than Scooby Doo, Rugrats, and Spongebob.
When you really think about it, this movie has basically the same plot as Home on the Range, which is Disney’s worst animated movie.
Just because that this is an animated movie that was made for kids doesn't mean it has the excuse to suck this badly. The more idiots use the "it's a kids' movie" excuse to justify the suckiness of any given animated film, the more and more the reputation of the animation industry continues to deteriorate. I mean, try comparing Troll in Central Park to Lion King and Norm of the North to Zootopia and you'll see some massive differences between each of them in terms of their quality.
One of many cases where the whole “animation is for kids” argument falls flat. Big time.
The fact that Gumby is higher is sickening. The Gumby movie was awesome, and they put actual effort into it! But this movie, oh geez... it's just a botched up mess! It takes itself WAY too seriously, it's regular show! Ugh
This has got to be one of the absolute worst movies I have ever seen in my life. - SpaceGoofsGeekerBoy
If the film was successful at the box office, we would see 2 or 3 sequels
A great concept that has turned into a forced musical. - SpaceGoofsGeekerBoy
This movie's so botched up and is it me or did someone spill coffee on the lens?
But this movie was good.
Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2: IN SPACE!
If you want to watch a GOOD version of this movie, just stick with Pixar's Wall-E.
You'd have to be an absolute fool to vote for this. Not trying to be mean, I'm just correct. Please note kids, that this film is the reason why 'Scooby-Doo' still exists as an active franchise. After 'A Pup Named Scooby-Doo' (the last of a long line of continuous 'Scooby-Doo' shows that originated with 'Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! ') was cancelled in 1991, no new shows were made for 11 years. Thanks to the overwhelming popularity of this 1998 film (and the now-nearly-annual straight-to-video film series that followed) 'What's New, Scooby-Doo? ' was launched in 2002 to capitalize on the franchise's newfound success. Don't vote for this, kids. If you don't like it, it probably means you haven't seen it. I was there when it came out and everyone loved it. - BKAllmighty
It's not good at all!
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2. The Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age SmackDown!
3. The Jetsons & WWE: Robo-WrestleMania!