Pixar in the mid 2000s was making movies because they wanted to tell a particular story and not giving priority consideration to "can we franchise this". That's when we got stuff like Up, Ratatouille and Wall-E. Not all of them were the best, but I think Pixar was using the god awful Cars franchise as a lightning rod for vacuous merchandising and franchising to placate Disney and let them continue making their artsy movies.
But then you faggots refused to go see The Good Dinosaur and that was it. Now Pixar is just the sequel factory and their movies are indistinguishable from the films Disney's main animation studio is pumping out. Brave, Froze, Big Hero 6, Cars 3... which one's Disney? Which one's Pixar? Can anyone tell the difference anymore? IS there a difference anymore?
All because you fuckers didn't support The Good Dinosaur and it "proved" to Disney that movies driven by art and story aren't popular so time for Toy Story 4, Incredibles 2, Cars 4, Finding Dory, and so on and so on.