Cartoon Network is one of the favourite TV channels for kids around the world. The American television channel is owned by the famous Warner Bros. of the country. This American TV channel is not only popular in the USA but in many other countries of the world. On Cartoon Network, you will mostly find animated kid’s programs, shows, and movies. However, the channel also broadcast some adult programs at specific time hours. There are various kids programs also that are very much liked by adults around the world.
When we talk about Cartoon Network’s programs then the first program that comes into our mind is always ‘Tom and Jerry.’ It is one of the best popular animations ever made for kids that is simultaneously liked by adults as well. But Tom and Jerry is not the only show you can watch on Cartoon Network. Rather, you can also watch some amazing animated movies on this channel. Yes, Cartoon Network is more famous for its animated cartoon shows and TV series. But believe me, this channel also has a collection of some very interesting cartoon movies. If you are a fan of animation and rather than watching series for days, you prefer completing movies in one go; then we have brought for you 20 Best Cartoon Network movies that you won’t wish to miss.
1. Exchange Student Zero
Exchange Student Zero s the first Australian movie released on Cartoon Network. Created by Bogan Entertainment Solutions, this movie was released in 2012. The movie was mainly made for the Asia Pacific region. In the movie, two boys bring a card character out of the card in the real game. Earlier also many movies and series have become on this theme where some stuck soul came out from some game or some item. In Exchange Student Zero also, the protagonist character of the card game was somehow released by the boys and he appeared in their world.
But the story of Exchange Student Zero is not only about the protagonist character that came out of the card game. The actual thrill in the story comes when more characters started to come out of the card game and started to live in the city only. Written by Bruce Kane, Shayne Armstrong, and Shane Krause
David Witt; this Cartoon Network movie is widely liked by the audience. Dee Bradley Baer, Edwin Kane, Natalie Bond, Patrick Crawley, Kate McLennan, Marg Downey, and others gave voices in the movie. The success of the movie was so huge that later in 2015, a series of the same name was also released on Cartoon Network. If you have not watched many Cartoon Network movies, then you should must try it whenever it streams next. However, you can also find it on Cartoon Network’s app.
2. Johnny Bravo Goes To Bollywood
Johnny Bravo Goes To Bollywood is an interesting comedy, action, and detective movie. Released in 2011 this movie is premiered on Cartoon Network. Notably, this movie is inspired by Van Partible’s TV series Johnny Bravo which ran in the late 90s and early 2000s. In Johnny Bravo, Goes To Bollywood Johnny Bravo is an actor who has lost all his fame and reputation in Hollywood. Hence, in order to make himself famous and get public attention, Johnny Bravo takes the decision to go to Bollywood.
He came to Mumbai, India to make a place in Bollywood and earned the same respect in the world that he earlier had. But due to the difference in working and functioning of Bollywood and Hollywood, he stuck in a big problem. He was accused of killing a famous Bollywood actor Jiggy. Now, the aim to become a Bollywood star remains aside and Johnny has to clear himself out of the false allegation. Hence, in this movie elements of action and detection also joins. As the movie is set in India, various Indians gave voice in Johnny Bravo Goes To Bollywood. Sunil Malhotra, Ajay Mehta, Sheetal Seth, Sharon Muthu, and Tabitha Kumar are some of them. While the voice of Johnny Bravo is given by Jeff Bennett.
3. Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo
Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo is an American superhero movie streamed on carton Network. The movie is all about superheroes, action, fantasy, and supernatural powers. The hometown of superheroes Teen Titans is in Japan. When their hometown is attacked by enemies, these heroes came to rescue people and fight enemies. In the initial search, they found Saico-Tek, the ninja who attacked Jump City. However, he revealed that someone else had instructed him for the attack. In the movie Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo, you will search for the real enemy in the city as well as how they protect the countrymen. Apart from the three heroes, forces of the city also help Teen Titans in their work. Notably, the film Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo is also the finale of Cartoon Network’s series Teen Titan which ran from 2003 to 2006. In the movie, the major voices you will hear are Scott Menville, Hyden Walch, Tara Strong, Greg Clipes, Khary Payton, Keone Young, and others.
4. Monster Beach
Monster Beach by the name itself suggests that the movie is about Monsters and the beach. In Monster Beach, you will witness a beach that is under the control of monsters. The story has flowed with two siblings who came to this beach to meet their uncle. But later they knew that the beach where they are staying is actually a monster’s beach. Not only this, but the kids also witnessed the presence of monsters on the beach. Notably, Monster Beach is the second animated Australian movie that streamed on the Cartoon Network channel after Exchange Student Zero. A high-rated horror comedy movie by fans is a must-watch CT movie.
In the 70 minutes small movie, you will hear the major voices of Kazumi Evans, Elishia Perosa, Rove McManus, Bill Newton, Kelly Sheridan, and others. Notably, like Exchange Student Zero, later on, Monster Beach also came as a series on Cartoon Network.
5. Ben 10: Secret of the Omnitrix
Ben 10 is another very favourite cartoon or animation of kids and adults simultaneously. There are several series as well movies are made on Ben 1. However, the very first Ben 10 movie is Ben 10: Secret of the Omnitrix. This movie is about a search for Ben’s Omnitrix which is set on self-destruction. In the movie, Ben and Gwen will be seen together against Vilgax. Directed by Sebastian Montes, Ben 10: Secret of the Omnitrix is a must-watch thriller movie on Cartoon Network.
The major voices you will in Ben 10: Secret of the Omnitrix is Tara Strong as Ben, Meghan Moore as Gwen, Paul Eiding as Max, Dwight Schultz as Dr. Animo, Steve Blum as Vilgax, and others. After Ben 10: Secret of the Omnitrix, other Ben 10 movies are also released. for the Ben 10 lovers, these movies on Cartoon Network are a must-watch. Hence, it is also a part of the 20 best Cartoon Network movies.
6. Dexter’s Laboratory: Ego Trip
Dexter’s Laboratory: Ego Trip is the story of a boy called Dexter who is a science genius. Directed by Genndy Tartaovsky, Dexter’s Laboratory: Ego Trip is a science fiction and action movie. This is a very favourite movie of animation fans from the 90s. released in 1999, Dexter’s Laboratory: Ego Trip is a trip of Dexter in the past. In the movie, a group of robots came to harm Dexter in his laboratory because he saved the world in the future. However, with the help of his innovations, Dexter easily defeated the robots. But their confrontation made Dexter curious about his deeds in the future that brought these enemies to him. Hence, by using the same time machine with which the robots came Dexter also planned a trip to the future.
Dexter’s Laboratory: Ego Trip became popular, on this movie, also, later an animation series is released on Cartoon Network. In this movie, the major voices you will hear are Christine Cavanaugh as Dexter, Eddie Deezen as Mandrak, Kath Soucie as Mom, Kat Cressida as Dexter’s sister Dee Dee, and others.
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7. Underfist: Halloween Bash
Underfist: Halloween Bash is Maxwell Atom’s 200 released comedy movie. The movie is a spin-off of The Grim Adventure of Billy & Mindy. Its plot is set on the day of Halloween where Billy, Mandy, Grim, and Irwin are dressed for Halloween in different costumes. But various unimaginable and unexpected things and events took place on the day that makes the story of Underfist: Halloween Bash. I am not revealing any spoilers of the movie. Rather I prefer to watch the movie next time it will premiere on CT or watch it on the Cartoon Network app. Hence, we have added it to the list of the 20 best Cartoon Network movies. Notably, in the movie, you will hear the voices of Vanessa Marshall, Armin Shimerman, Maxwell Atoms, Rachael MacFarlane, Richard Steven, and others.
8. Foster’s Home For Imaginary Friends: Destination Imagination
Foster’s Home For Imaginary Friends: Destination Imagination is a very interesting story of a girl named Frankie Foster released in 2008. She gets a toy box on her doorstep. She soon realized what the toy box is all about. The toy box took you to a place of imaginary friends. these friends behave in the same way we want them to behave. The idea of imaginary friends fascinated Frankie and she decided to live in that box. She found a group of friends through the toy box. But everything is not as simple as it looks. The story is filled with various twists and turns. To witness the fantasy and thrill of Foster’s Home For Imaginary Friends: Destination Imagination, switch to the Cartoon Network channel or Cartoon Network app. Notably, in the movie you will the voices of Grey Griffin as Frankie Foster, Sean Marquette as Mac, Keith Ferguson as Bloodregard, Phil LaMarr as Wilt, and others.
9. Billy & Mandy’s Big Boogey Adventure
Billy, Mandy, and Grim have given us so much to animated entertainment. Billy & Mandy’s Big Boogey Adventure is another animation focusing on these characters. This is a movie based on the TV show The Grim Adventure of Billy and Mandy. This movie is about the fight of Billy, Mandy, Grim, and Irwin with Boogey Man. On one side, the life of Billy and Mandy is on the threat as the Lord of Horror sends his men to kill them. While Irwin and Grim realised they need the powers of their past selves to win this battle. The adventurous journey is as interesting as other movies of Billy and Mandy. Hence, it is also part of our 20 best Cartoon Network movies. Notably, in this 2007 movie, you will hear the voices of Grey Griffin, Greg Eagles, Richard Steven Horvitz, Vanessa Marshall, Maxwell Atoms, George Ball, and others.
10. Samurai Jack: The Premiere Movie
Samurai Jack: The Premiere Movie is one of the best Cartoon Network movies that you must watch. The action and thrilling movie were released in 2001. It is the story of the conflict between a warrior named Samurai and a wizard Aku. The fight between the two starts in present but suddenly takes Samurai to the future. The future was more dangerous and horrifying than the present. At present Aku was getting tough challenges against his miss deads. But in the future, Aku is the real boss. He is the ruler of the world and a very powerful creature. But Samurai’s mission is the fall of Aku’s reign. In the movie, you will see Samurai’s struggle to defeat evil and save the people.
Samurai Jack: The Premiere Movie is a must-watch CT movie that has an 8.6 IMDb rating. You will hear the voices of Phil LaMarr as Samurai Jack, Kamo as Aku, Grey Griffin as Girl, Jeff Bennett as Alien, and others in the movie.
11. The Halloween Tree
No matter how much cinema and animation grow, 90s content will always remain our favorite in our hearts. Cartoon Network’s The Halloween Tree movie is also one of those creations of the early 90s. Released in 1993, The Halloween Tree’s plot is also set on the day of Halloween like Underfist. Directed by Hanna Barbera, this movie is based on Ray Bradbury’s novel. In the movie, a group of friends discovers the story behind Halloween. Dressed in their Halloween costumes and looking like skeletons, witches, and mummies; these friends wander in their surroundings. Amid this, one of the kids is affected by the souls and spirits. Halloween day has brought lots of adventure and exploration for the kids which you will definitely enjoy in this fantasy movie. On IMDb as well this movie has got a rating of 7.9, which is a great ranking. This movie is simultaneously liked by kids and adults even after almost three decades of its release. Hence, we have included The Halloween Tree in our list of 20 best Cartoon Network movies.
Firebreather is an American animation film on Cartoon Network. Released in 2010, this movie is based on the Firebreather comic. Firebreather s an adventure and superhero movie about a boy named Duncan whose sin is orange. Duncan is not a normal teenager. There are various strange things and power in him. However, unknown of the reasons for his powers, he wants to be normal like other kids. He is the son of a human and Kaiju King born after the war between humans and Kaiju. That is why he is different from other humans. This movie covers various struggles of Duncan’s life due to his strange powers and looks. Directed by Peter Chung, this movie has the voices of Jesse Head, Tia Texada, Dante Basco, Amy Davidson, Dana Delany, and others.
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13. Ed, Edd n Eddy’s Big Picture Show
Ed, Edd n Eddy’s Big Picture Show is a 2009 movie released on Cartoon Network. The movie focuses on three best friends Ed, Edd, and Eddy. After a failed money-making scheme, the three friends faced several problems. To get rid of the issues, they decided to take the help of Eddy’s elder brother. In the movie, the three friends are seen in search of Eddy’s brother. The movies are inspired by the series Ed, Edd n Eddy’s Big Picture Show. In the movie Ed is voiced by Matt Hill, Edd is voiced by Sam Vincent, Eddy is voiced by Tony Sampson, and Jimmy is voiced by Keenan Christensen and others.
14. Teen Titans GO! To the Movies
Teen Titans GO! To the Movies is a Warner Bros. animation movie based on the Cartoon Network TV series Teen Titans GO! The story focuses on five teenage superheroes. The superheroes are considered low profile and less powerful by people. some even do not understand them superheroes. Upset by this treatment of people, the teens thought that they are not famous because any movie has not become about them. So, they decided to go to Hollywood and make a movie about them. But on their way to Hollywood came a new challenge in form of a new villain. Amid this what these Teen Titans do is the story of Teen Titans GO! To the Movies.
15. The Powerpuff Girls Movie
The Powerpuff Girls Movie is a Cartoon Network Original movie released in 2002. This movie is a prequel to the popular CT series The Powerpuff Girls. The movie focuses on the events that led to the emergence of the superhero girls. It movie in detail explains how the girls were picked to become Powerpuff, their training, and their struggle. The main voices in the movie were Cathy Cavadini as Blossom, Tara Strong as Bubbles, and E.G. Daily as Buttercup. However the move was a flop at the box office, it has got a 6.5 rating on IMDb. Hence, you can give a chance to the move.
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16. Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins
Warner Bros. Pictures has made various Scooby-Doo! Films. Some are theatrical films while some are TV films. Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins is the first part of Scooby-Doo! The TV film was released in 2009. The next part or sequel of the movie came in 2010. Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins is the story of a dog Scooby-Doo and the Shabby, who adopted him. In the meanwhile, a ghost search also started in the nearby school. The whole plot of the movie is full of comedy and horror. And amid this, the combo of human and dog is a must-watch.
17. Ben 10: Race Against Time
Ben 10: Race Against Time is one of the feature films that you can find on Cartoon Network. However, all the movie in this series is featured. Directed by Alex Winter, this movie is a conflict between Ben with an evil alien Eon. The film was originally released in 2007. But in 2017, it was released as CT original movie. Graham Philip played Ben Tennyson in the movie.
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18. Level Up
Level Up is another feature film on Cartoon Network. Released in 2011, this American movie shows what happens when a video game monster comes into the real world. In this situation, four friends Gaelan Connell, Connor Del Rio, and Jessie Usher took the responsibility to save the world from the threat of monsters. Level Up is a low-rated film, but if you want to see a feature film on CT, then it is not a bad option.
19. Codename: Kids Next Door – Operation Z.E.R.O.
Codename: Kids Next Door – Operation Z.E.R.O. is a Cartoon Network movie based on the CT TV series Kids Next Door. In this movie, KND’s mission is to save the world from grandfather’s intention to make all humans old zombies. How they succeed in their mission and what challenges come to them are all the story of the movie.
20. Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens
There are several movies made on Ben 10 and streamed on CT. Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens streamed in 2012 is an animated Ben 10 movie on the channel. It observes the fight between Ben and aliens along with Gwen and Max with damaged Omnitrix. This action-thriller Ben movie is a good option available on Cartoon Network.
Can I Watch Movies On Cartoon Network App?
Yes, there is a Cartoon Network app for online streaming of all Cartoon Network shows, series, and movies. You can choose from various available CT movies on this app. To watch the movies, you have to download the CT app on your mobile or laptop. Android users can download the Cartoon Network App from Google Play Store. While iPhone users have to get the app from Apple App Store. The Cartoon Network App is user-friendly and easily accessible.
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