I saw that vlog on TGWTG.com as well, and they pretty much hit the nail on the head. The vlog of Doug and Rob Walker also got the right points down, so yeah. What convinced me to see Frozen was two things. One, the remembrance of how the marketing of Tangled was pure buttocks yet the movie itself was excellent. And two, the second, more traditional trailer. Seriously, it cannot be overstated that Disney's marketing person needs to be fired already. On the other hand, maybe it depends on the movie. Wreck-It Ralph's trailers were pretty on the dot, so maybe they just reserve those for the Princess movies? The next one, Big Hero 6, may likely go the same way. For Bolt, I feel it could've been far worse. It's IMO one of the better entries of the Dark Age solely because of the story. I didn't think it'd turn out as good as it did when you have a bizarre pairing like Miley Cyrus and John Travolta headlining the movie. Probably for the best since I recall watching it at the equivalent of a $2 theater. I agree with you there. The Great Mouse Detective ties with the Rescuers Down Under as one of the most underrated Disney films. The production values actually looked good for its time, the story was entertaining, Basil and Rattigan were entertaining, and that climax was tons of fun. Theeeeeen next came Oliver and Company, which I liked a kid, but now I find it pretty meh. I personally wouldn't say it's one of the best, but it's one of the better ones. For me, probably in my top 20. What I like of Tarzan is the story and animation. All the tree sequences are fun to watch. And it made for a really fun minigame in Kingdom Hearts. IIRC, Tarzan was the last time Disney won an Academy Award. I hope Frozen will give them that much deserved second wind. Speeeeeeeeaking of Frozen. For those who don't want to watch it, THIS will probably change your mind. And for those who can't, this is one of thing's you'll be seeing when you see it on home release.