Disney has held an entire generation in stasis for almost thirty years by completely inundating modern media with a presence that is near-omnipotent and destructively simplistic.
Their films/shows/products are like McDonalds menu items – fine in moderation, but if one out of four supermarkets was filled with nothing but Micky D's, we'd all be in bad, bad shape.
They had a spark of originality when they were in the market downturn during the early 2000s – I'm biased because that was my childhood and some of my favorite films of theirs still come from that era, namely Atlantis and Emperor's New Groove. Looking back half a century and looking forward twenty years from when either of those movies came out, I genuinely believe those are still some of the more creative and least corporate animated films the Disney company has made.
I'd like to see them downsized and forced to be creative again, rather than relying on an industrial entertainment complex where the only real trouble the encounter is picking which property to re-touch or which story they can retell with little to no effort. I don't think they're inherently bad, but I do think they are currently lazy and reluctant to push boundaries like they did before.
Also, Walt Disney World had most of the land procured by C.I.A. in order to use the burgeoning company as a base of operations and lab to test which propaganda the American People would most readily stomach and what packaging they preferred it in. This is of course before Disney became overrun with ((())) and the C.I.A. lost influence as the other state stepped in to ensure a different, but equally pacifying, system of televisual pacification.