As I'm watching Moana, I keep thinking how much better it would look in traditional animation. It's by Ron Clements and John Musker, the directors who made nothing but traditional animations, until Disney decided they wouldn't produce them anymore. Because, apparently, people don't like traditional animation anymore. They think this in spite of big hits like Adventure Time, Regular Show, SpongeBob, Rick and Morty, South Park and Family Guy. (I know what you're gonna say. That kids don't watch adult cartoon shows anyway. I did when I was a kid. A lot of kids I knew did. Besides, I'm pretty sure these Disney movies are also watched by a lot of adults.)
I've had Wall-E for six months and I still don't feel like watching it again. I saw it only once, in a cinema. I don't even remember when I got so sick of CG animation.
In Moana, the environments are highly detailed and the hair looks real, but the faces are bubbly, round and exaggerated/cartoony. It's kind of shit. It's on Netflix, if you wanna see for yourself.