Is it just me, or is Meet the Robinsons not given enough love for a Disney movie in the past decade? It's nowhere near the likes of Frozen in regard to financial success, and doesn't come close to the social acceptance and loving of, say, the Lion King. But it does serve as a wonderful vessel to carry out that famous Walt Disney quote. But it doesn't just serve as a vessel. Truly, the plot is well thought out (when you disregard the amount of confusion that can be caused by really thinking how the movie should have worked with the inclusion of time travel). The characters were pretty deep too (again, disregarding the majority of the Robinson family who just have brief appearances). Overall, it was lighthearted and good-mannered, and was pretty smooth for a movie that was made during the fusion of Pixar and Disney. (Did I mention that the movie was primarily Disney-animated?) Even though all the stops that could have been pulled out weren't, it still hits pretty hard at the end. I had my share of tears, if that counts for anything. Besides responding the poll, remember to share your input on the movie. I don't want to keep believing I'm the only one who truly liked MtR.