Damn, and here I was thinking everyone loved Disney movies. To each, their own, however.
In my opinion, Disney performs best when it develops movies with original ideas and plots. Zootopia was emblematic of how Disney can still make original movies that perform well at the box office and actually you for a few hours. That and little movie no has ever heard of called Frozen, though I haven't seen it and really don't plan to, short of being kidnapped and forced to. There are plenty of kids and parents who saw those movies and approved. Plus, Zootopia made more than a billion dollars at the box office. That should be a statement that when it comes to family entertainment, Disney can put out a original blockbuster.
Even for more adult-focused entertainment, Disney has been putting out relatively well-written hits, especially with its Marvel Cinematic Universe. All of those movies have over-performed in the box-office, period. The newest Star Wars trilogy could have been better, I can admit that, but they were still alright and have a place in the canon. My main problems with this latest trilogy is that the movies are not stand-alones and each installment is tightly linked with the previous ones. Yes, many movies are made with sequels in mind, but it could have been less blatant here. Personally, I liked the Star Wars prequel trilogy more than the originals since they explored the Star Wars universe in a thorough manner and with greater special effects than the original trilogy. The characterization and writing in the prequel trilogy was much better than the writing in the original trilogy, particularly in Revenge of the Sith, which may or may not have been ghost-written by Tom Stoppard.
As for the anthology Star Wars films, Solo could've been better, but Rogue One shattered my expectations of it. The writing for Rogue One produced a movie that brutally deconstructed the Rebel Alliance and the Galactic Empire, showed war in a more realistic manner uncharacteristic for Star Wars, had sympathetic characters, and ended with a conclusion that was inevitable in more ways than one. The film also happened to do well.
So I would say Disney is alive and well. I'd actually buy stock in the company and am very excited for their future projects.
By the way, could y'all articulate exactly what turns you off about Disney? I don't hear this often.