On TV and the Web, animation comes in a rainbow spectrum of visual styles, design principles, and aesthetics that one work or show could look radically different from the next. But in film, that's rarely the case. Once in a while, you'll get a stop-motion film, an indie flick, or something like Captain Underpants. But the vast majority of the time, Theatrical animation is all cut from the same DreamWorks (or in the 90s case, Disney) dough, resulting in the majority of animated films looking almost identical to each-other, exemplified by the domination of CGI. Now I get it, it's Hollywood, it has a clear follow the leader mentality, and studios typically chase whatever is proven and tested, and they're much more risk-averse than TV or the Web. Still, it would be nice for films to have a little more variety in their visuals, instead of just seeing the same carbon-copy DreamWorks/Pixar visuals over, and over again.