I guess it’s just preference.
I prefer live actors. Some prefer puppets.
I just got so much more into the music of Tarzan Rocks. It was good music, not that kind you play on a casette in the car for your four-year-old (okay, I suppose it’s a CD, now, but back in my toddler days, it was the Barney, Alvin and the Chipmunks, and Disney’s Greatest cassets that played over and over again). It was also very audience-interactive, not so much with the dark Nemo theater.
When watching Nemo, I just felt like I was watching some preschool show - Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (ohhh, Mickey is so cute!), Dora the Explorer, Blues Clues. They want you to answer questions. It’s like they’re trying to make you smarter, but really, they’re dumbing you down, because no one yells at a TV screen (unless the satelite’s not working or someone’s caught up in a football game), expecting it to respond.