My own opinion of Disney animated films is this, the older drawn films had the skills of people like Joshua Meador, a very skilled
draughtsman, he created "The creature from the ID" for the sci-fi epic "Forbidden Planet", the old films were indeed works of art,
any frame could be hung on a wall, diction was good, the songs were melodious. Alas the style changed for the worse with later films
that looked like cheap TV cartoons, then Pixar computer graphics, which while clever, somehow the magic was not there, coupled with
smart arse dialogue, a lot of it bad to catch, "Aladdin" being a prime culprit, yes I had a print, but quickly sold it on. Somehow they were
now getting crude in comedy, the child like innocence of "Pinocchio" and "Snow White" had gone, everyone now in Pixar is a smart arse,
maybe you can't recapture the past, but all the techno in the world doesn't mean you can improve on it either.