The 20 Funniest Jokes From Kids’ Movies
Kid tested, adult approved.
We’re living in a golden age of children’s movies. With all due respect to early Disney classics like Pinocchio, Cinderella, and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, they can be hard to watch. They move soooooo slowly, and the jokes… well, it’s possible they cracked up audiences in the early 20th century, but they don’t really hold up as well. We’ve become accustomed to kid movies that make both children and adults laugh out loud. Modern cinema for young tykes is so good, you don’t need a brood of your own to go see them.
Here are twenty of the funniest jokes in some of our favorite kid movies, which wouldn’t seem out of place in a movie intended for adults. For more kid-friendly humor, check out these 20 Funniest Jokes From Kids’ Books.
Social media with birds
“When you use a bird to write with, it’s called tweeting.”
—Maui (Dwayne Johnson), signing Moana’s oar with a rooster’s beak, in Moana (2016)
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Never underestimate a MLT
“True love is the greatest thing, in the world, except for a nice MLT. Mutton, lettuce and tomato sandwich, where the mutton is nice and lean and the tomato is ripe. They’re so perky, I love that.”
—Miracle Max (Billy Crystal) explains priorities to the revenge-driven swordsman Inigo in The Princess Bride (1987)
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Where a bear belongs
“Ahh, a bear in his natural habitat: a Studebaker.”
—Fozzie the Bear (Frank Oz) preparing for a road trip, in The Muppet Movie (1979)
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Sleeping on bombs
Edith: “Are these beds made out of bombs?”
Gru: “Yes, but they are very old and highly unlikely to blow up. But try not to toss and turn.”
—Gru (Steve Carell) tries to put his guests at ease, in Despicable Me (2010)
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You ruined pizza!
“Congratulations San Francisco, you’ve ruined pizza! First the Hawaiians, and now you!”
—Anger (Lewis Black), after learning that San Francisco pizza comes with broccoli as a topping, in Inside Out (2015)
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When ignorance is bliss
Hermione: “Stop moving, both of you. This is devil’s snare! You have to relax. If you don’t, it’ll only kill you faster!”
Ron: “Kill us faster? Oh, now I can relax!”
—Hermione (Emma Watson), not doing a good job at putting her friends at ease while she tries to save them, in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (2001)
Don’t disturb bath time
“Never fails. You get in the bath and there’s a rub at the lamp.”
—The Genie (Robin Williams), just trying to relax in the tub, in Aladdin (1992)
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Feet are for suckers
“If the good Lord had intended us to walk, he wouldn’t have invented roller skates.”
—Willy Wonka (Gene Wilder) explaining to his guests why the Wonkamobile is a better way to travel, in Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971)
How Bigfoot became King Itchy
“Aw, poor guy. I understand. It’s not easy being banished. Take my buddy Bigfoot. When he was banished, he fashioned an enormous diaper out of poison ivy. Wore it on his head like a tiara. Called himself ‘King Itchy.'”
—Yeti (John Ratzenberger), Monsters, Inc. (2001)
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“Oh, I saw the whole thing, dude! First, you were like, whoa! And then we were like, WHOA! And then you were like, whoa.”
—Crush the Turtle (Andrew Stanton) is impressed with Marlin’s (Albert Brooks) run-in with jellyfish, in Finding Nemo (2003)
Simba: “What’s a motto?”
Timon: “Nothing! What’s the motto with you?”
—The comedic stylings of a meerkat (Nathan Lane) and warthog (Ernie Sabella), in The Lion King (1994)
Teens regretting federal crimes
“We’re all going to die and they’re never going to give me my license!”
—Michael (Robert MacNaughton), starting to wonder if impersonating a federal agent and stealing a van might make getting a driver’s license someday more difficult, in E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982)
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Don’t you melt on me, man!
“Hands down, this is the best day of my life. [Starts melting] And quite possibly the last.”
— Olaf the snowman (Josh Gad) realizes that being happy and disappearing might not be mutually exclusive, in Frozen (2013)
Andy: “I can’t tell… if it’s an A sharp or if it’s a B flat!”
Mikey: “If you hit the wrong note, we’ll all be flat!”
— Andy(Kerri Green) tries to play the organ to help the Goonies gang escape a booby-trapped underground cavern, in Goonies (1985)
The astronaut’s tea party
“One minute you’re defending the whole galaxy… and suddenly you find yourself suckin’ down Darjeeling with Marie Antoinette and her little sister.”
—Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen), feeling despondent about his new role, in Toy Story (1995)
A sacrifice he’s willing to make
“The winner of this tournament — no, no, the privilege — will have the honor of rescuing the beautiful Princess Fiona from the fiery pit of that dragon! Should the winner fail to return, the runner-up shall take his place, and so on and so forth… Some of you may die, but that is a sacrifice I am willing to make.”
—Lord Farquaad (John Lithgow) explaining the less-than-encouraging deal to his knights, in Shrek (2001)
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Don’t mess with a superhero’s wife
Frozone: “Where is my super suit?”
Wife: “I put it away.”
Frozone: “The public is in danger!”
Wife: “My evening’s in danger!”
—Frozone (Samuel J. Jackson), forgetting that he had a date night with his wife, in The Incredibles (2004)
Life and death on the farm
Ginger: “So laying eggs all your life and then getting plucked, stuffed and roasted is good enough for you, is it?”
Babs: “It’s a livin.”
—An ambitious chicken (Julia Sawalha) tries to convince a farm-mate that there’s something better to life, in Chicken Run (2000)
“Float like a Cadillac, sting like a Beemer.”
—Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) doing his best Muhammad Ali, in Cars (2006)
Meet your new Dad
Don: “I don’t want you to think of me as your new dad. After all, we’re fraternity brothers first.”
Squishy: “This is so weird.”
Don: “Just think of me as your big brother that’s marrying your mother. Wait, hold on, we’re brothers who share the same mom slash wife.”
—An older Monster U student (Joel Murray) gives some good news/bad news to his fraternity brother Squishy (Peter Sohn), in Monsters University (2013)
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