I'll have my say here: I tend to dislike (and I already know I've said this before) any animation/live-action combo succeeding Roger Rabbit but with pre-Roger Rabbit production standards, despite a drastic variance in production budgets, such as:
-Just popping toons (which are normally rendered flat) in with real people, without any attention to lighting, shading and/or reflections.
-Live-action footage shot with a static camera, avoiding all movement and shifting angles to ease the task of matching animation to the live footage.
-Lack of human-toon-set interaction, such as using an animatronic arm, holding a REAL soda can, to simulate a character drinking (the character animation is later superimposed over the robot)
Also, I've always loathed limited animation (to a degree), saying it is like "watching a live-action movie with all characters played by robots instead of real people." On the Plus side, Warner Bros' Invasion of the Bunny Snatchers' "pale stereotypes" seem to poke fun at limited animation. I like when people poke fun at something I dislike!