The Disney release Mars Needs Moms opened over the weekend and bombed hard, opening in 5th place and bringing in only 6.8 million.
Disney, please take this as a message that you should leave hip, ugly, loud, and crass to the other studios and go back to what made you the (one time) leader in animation: timelessness, artistry, music, and heart.
And stop with these motion-capture semi-animated monstrosities. So far this combination of animation and actor has only served to dilute the skills of both artists. Motion capture is a tool that has certain uses in live-action fantasies, but making a whole movie that way doesn't make sense to me. I've never seen a motion-captured face that has half the life of a Pixar character.