A 90s kid who spent watching cartoons such as the Powerpuff girls, Dexter’s laboratory, Popeye would definitely want to watch these cartoons on the big movie screens

Powerpuff girls
A show that centered on three girls with superpowers- Buttercup, Blossoms and Bubbles who rescued the people of their town (Townsville)  and fought with monsters and villains. On the other hand they also dealt with issues that normal young children faced. Some of which included sibling rivalries, maintaining personal hygiene and bedwetting.

A show that surely made children believe the benefits of Spinach showcased the story of Popeye the sailor, his girlfriend Olive and the protagonist of the show- Brutus

Courage the cowardly dog
American animated horror-comedy series about an anthropomorphic beagle that lived with a married elderly couple. The trio frequently came into contact with monsters wherein courage (the dog) had to fend them off to save his owners.

The Centurions was based on an orbiting space station called Sky Vault where its operator, Crystal Kane, uses a transporter to send the Centurions, and the requested weapon systems, to where they are needed.

Biker Mice from Mars
It was based on three anthropomorphic mice motorcyclists named Throttle, Modo, and Vinnie who escape a war on their home planet Mars before arriving to defend the Earth from the evil that destroyed their homeland (the Plutarkians) and to one day return to Mars. 

Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers
The mystery-solving ensemble was probably one of the first cartoons to strike the “detective bug” in our early years. On January 31, 2014, it was announced that Disney is adapting the show for a live action/CGI movie. The film will be produced by Walt Disney Pictures and Mandeville Films. No release date has been announced as of yet.

Ed, Edd and Eddy
The Jackass series for kids, Ed, Edd and Eddy's escapades are some of the most twisted and hilarious and dazed fun, more akin to stoner's comedy. Like any other bunch of kids going through adolescence, Ed, Edd n Eddy's stories were outlandishly epic and hilarious.

Captain planet and the planeteers
Captain Planet was one of those cartoons that slowly grew on you. Driven by the honest motive of saving Earth from all forms of pollution and its causes, the Captain and his platoon of planeteers were responsible for some of the early childhood moral make up. 

Swat Kats
Swat Kats was as epic an action cartoon as could get, back when it came out. With reruns that littered television for years after, the fighter pilot duo were one of the most revered characters from anyone’s childhood. Before the whole Bade Meow and Chote Meow fiasco, that is.

Johnny Bravo
The series centers on Johnny Bravo, a muscular, boorish, and dimwitted self-proclaimed womaniser with a pompadour hairstyle and an Elvis-like voice. Johnny was the first definition of ‘cool’ for anyone’s growing years. It was reported in 2002 that Warner Brothers Pictures had secured the rights for a live-action Johnny Bravo feature film "as a potential starring vehicle for Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson." However, no further developments regarding this project have been announced.