I used to like classic Disney. Back when they weren't a greedy, power-hungry corporation bent on buying out entertainment franchises and other companies.
Back when they weren't pro-LGBTQI and advocating things like same-sex marriage in animated films and in some cartoon shows and live-action TV shows.
Their 3D CGI-animated films that they make now look like crap. They wouldn't look like that if they were made back in the '80s and/or '90s.
I liked them back when they were producing traditionally-animated cartoon shows that didn't look like watered-down, crappy bastardizations of other cartoons. Back when they actually produced quality-level cartoon shows.
The thing that bugged me about some of their classic animated cartoon shows was the lack of cultural diversity in some of them, especially in some of their "furry"/funny animal cartoon shows.
I used to wonder how come there were no "Black" characters in DuckTales and Darkwing Duck, aside from a Duck caricature of Oprah Winfrey that was featured in both shows. There were no "Black" characters in Goof Troop, and you didn't see any "Black" dogface characters until A Goofy Movie came out.
In the DuckTales reboot I do not think there are ANY "Black" characters. They reinvented Fenton Crackshell/Gizmoduck and his mother as Hispanic/Latino, but how come there are no "Black" Ducks, or Dogfaces, or other "furry" characters in the show.
That's culturally-biased if not racist.
Other major animation studios are producing crappy-looking, watered-down toons too- Warner Bros., Universal, etc. It seems like they saw what Disney did with their cartoon shows and followed suit.
I think they ruined Star Wars and Marvel to an extent.