This movie directed by GREMLINS' Joe Dante falls short of being a classic film, but its mix of live action and animation is impressive, and it's like watching old Saturday morning cartoons. The plot takes second place to the shenanigans of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and a host of Warner Brothers cartoon superstars. The scene in which Elmer Fudd chases Bugs and daffy through several world-renowned paintings is brilliant. Brendan Fraser who usually looks delighted to be an actor seems disinterested in his role, although his handsome countenance is believable; Timothy Dalton tries hard to exude suave spy macho, but comes up short; Jenna Elfman is truly awful in her role as the executive who fires Daffy Duck; Steve Martin is hilarious in his prissy, prancy role as the head villain; Joan Cusack is marvelous in a small role as Mother; and we have cameos from Jeff Gordon, Michael Jordan and Matthew Lillard. There are some fun "in jokes", especially when Fraser talks about being a stuntman for Brendan Fraser on the Mummy movie. Sometimes movies like this shouldn't be criticized, but just enjoyed for the mindless but fun entertainment they provide. I enjoyed LOONEY TUNES BACK IN ACTION and I think anyone with a childhood sense of fun cartoons will too!