It’s interesting. I like the message and I like where he’s going with this but… the animation itself (speaking as a student in animation) it’s choppy at best. And by that I mean the graphics specifically. It’s last gen graphics and doesn’t do the license justice. What they need is pixar-current gen like animation so it doesn’t feel like it was made in 95 but more so cutting edge. Otherwise I’d say stick to cartooning which is probably harder to do due to finding the right artist team for the job.
I totally agree Aurora! The message and intention behind it is great and I wish them all the success, but the actual level of quality leaves much to be desired. Hopefully they’ll get it right over time!