Want to know 10 funny cartoon movies? There are two primary ingredients that make funny cartoon movies. Funny cartoons are typically funny because of either senseless violence, twisted and bizarre plots and characters or general zaniness. Any movies that lack these qualities just make the cut of funny cartoon movies . In light of this, you are about to view an incredible list of funny cartoon movies. 

  1. "The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie" - Yosemite Sam dies at the hand of Bugs Bunny and lands in hell. Satan offers him a get out of hell free card if Sam finds a replacement. Sam picks the wrong rabbit for the job. Later, Bugs encounters mobsters and even hosts the annual Oswald Awards, The Oswalds feature highlights from popular "Looney Tunes" cartoons. 

  2. "Fantasia" - Fantasia is a great masterpiece from Disney. The senseless violence is lacking, but the sheer psychedelic bizarreness more than makes up for it. Trip out on dancing broomsticks and sorcery set to classical music. 

  3. "My Neighbor Totoro" - Japanese animation is usually very weird. Two sisters move to the country and meet nature spirits. Totoro is a protector spirit who watches over the girls during their adventures. 

  4. "A Nightmare Before Christmas" - Tim Burton's brilliant imagination spawned this tale of Jack the Pumpkin King of Halloween Town and Sally, his rag doll girlfriend to be. Jack discovers a portal to Christmas Town and amazes all his old friends with tales of Christmas. Soon, Christmas and Halloween clash in the most bizarre ways.

  5. "South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut" - The "South Park" kids get corrupted by an R Rated movie, "Asses of Fire". "Asses of Fire" features Canadian characters Terrance and Phillip and their usual fart jokes. A group of disgruntled moms form "Mothers Against Canada" to rid the world of evildoers and the Canadian humor they create. A war breaks out between the USA and the Canadian "bobbleheads". It's one of those funny cartoon movies that no one should miss. 

  6. "Daffy Duck's Fantastic Island" - This funny "Looney Tunes" classic features Daffy Duck and Speedy Gonzales, who spoof the two main characters of the 1970s television classic, "Fantasy Island". A treasure map leads the duo to a real wishing well that grants wishes. Daffy transforms the island into a tourist attraction and charges a fortune for the granting of wishes. This funny cartoon movie features a lot of classic "Looney Tunes" shorts. 

  7. "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" - Cartoon characters, or "toons", live side by side with real human beings in this 1980s classic that is set in the 1940s. Maroon Cartoon Studios owner R.K. Maroon hires a toon hating human private detective to investigate allegations that Roger Rabbit's wife is cheating on him. Roger runs away and becomes the prime suspect when Marvin Acme, the owner of Toontown, is murdered.

  8. "Live Freaky! Die Freaky!" - This 2006 classic features a nomad from 3069 who discovers a copy of Helter Skelter in the desert and mistakes it for the Bible. The film flashes back to the life of Charlie Manson in 1969. 

  9. "Fritz the Cat" - "Fritz the Cat" is based on a popular Robert Crumb comic strip. Fritz is a kitty cat who explores all the mind expanding and sociopolitical possibilities that the 1960s had to offer. This funny cartoon movie is pure satire from 1972. 

  10. "Team America: World Police" - Trey Parker of "South Park" fame created this satire of American action films. Team America is a paramilitary group commissioned by the US government to rid the world of evildoers and terrorists. The chuckles begin with the opening line of the theme song: "America, f*ck yeah, coming again to save the motherf*ucking day." Miss this one, and you miss one of the funniest cartoon movies of all time.