List of the best 2010 cartoon movies, ranked by how many upvotes they've received by other fans of the genre. These are all the cartoon movies that defined the year 2010, so vote for your favorites and help them rise to the top. This poll is also a great resource for finding new movies that you haven't already seen, especially since you can watch trailers for each film right on this page. To make sure this list is as accurate as possible, please don't downvote a movie if you haven't seen it.Movies here include everything from Tom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes to Kung Fu Magoo. This isn't necessarily a list of all cartoon movies from 2010, but it does contain all the ones worth watching.
Tom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes is an action-packed adventure that stars the popular cat and mouse duo as they attempt to nab a clever jewel thief with the help of legendary detective, Sherlock Holmes. Tom and Jerry set out on one of their biggest adventures yet when they visit London to help solve a series of jewelry heists that leave Scotland Yard completely befuddled and a beautiful singer named Red framed for the crimes. However, it?s going to take one of history?s greatest fictional detectives, Sherlock Holmes along with his loyal assistant Dr. Watson, to find the real thief. The renowned crime-fighting team is joined by another world-famous duo, the lovable, ever-squabbling Tom ...more on Wikipedia
"Looney Tunes Super Stars' Daffy Duck: Frustrated Fowl is a DVD of 15 new-to-DVD Daffy Duck cartoons that were released on August 10, 2010. ...more on Wikipedia
Kung Fu Magoo is a Mexican-American animated action-comedy film, based on the Mr. Magoo character, created by Millard Kaufman and John Hubley. This film was produced by Classic Media, Ánima Estudios, and Santo Domingo Films. This film was also produced by Motion Toons, a new animation studio created in conjunction of Ánima Estudios, and Santo Domingo Films. English voice-cast stars Chris Parnell, Dylan and Cole Sprouse, Alyson Stoner and voice actors Tom Kenny, Rodger Bumpass, Jim Conroy, and Maile Flanagan. It was the first animated feature, featuring Mr. Magoo in more than three decades, and the first U.S.-Mexico co-production for Ánima Estudios. This film was written by Emmy Laybourne, ...more on Wikipedia
Mickey and his pals participate in a road rally that takes them across sandy deserts, over snow-covered mountains and through lush jungles. ...more on Wikipedia