These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
YMMV: DreamWorks Animation
All Animation is Dreamworks: Ironically, due to their attempts to be the alternative to Disney, Dreamworks ended up getting a legion of copycats, with many people misattributing movies to them.
Dork Age: Many consider it to be the mid-2000s, after they made their first big hit with Shrek. The worst part is that, during that time, everyone else copied them - even Disney got into the act with Chicken Little.
Seinfeld Is Unfunny: When Dreamworks first went into producing their own animated films, they did so under the belief of being an alternative to Disney. Movies like Antz and The Prince of Egypt dealt with more "adult" topics that were then uncommon for Disney to cover. The unexpected success of Shrek note which was praised for it's witty humor, good use of Celebrity Voice Actors, and ability to appeal to multiple age groups and the decline of traditional animation led Dreamworks to try and duplicate it's success with their future films. Unfortunately, this lead to every other animation studio not named Pixar copying their schtick. Suddenly, Dreamworks went from being the innovator of Western Animation films to being the representation of everything wrong with it. This Forbes Article actually goes quite in depth with it.
On PDI's end, the morphing technique that they pioneered in the late 1980s became overused by the early 1990s.
Win Back the Crowd: The Kung Fu Panda sequence of Master Oogway's death up till Po's despairing confession to Master Shifu about his deep self-loathing that the old Red Panda feels helpless to counter. In that sequence, Dreamworks Animation showed that it had recovered from its post-Shrek 2 creative nadir that drove away its partner, Aardman Animations, and learned how to make stories with profound emotional depth with a skill rivaling Pixar. That in turn made the blistering wuxia action to follow all the more powerful with that you have grown to care about these characters.