While the second half slogs a bit, both parts actually showcase character and elements. Also some far better writing.
The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: The Perils of Cupid 2000
Who is this fooooooooor?!?!?!
Oh, Hello on Broadway 2017
Move over Citizen Kane.
Ralph Breaks the Internet 2018
This is a film made by calculated corporate deals, brand synergy, and corporate fetishization. It fails at satire because you can't take a paycheck from something you're actually critiquing. It promotes toxic "buzz click" culture and gives little notice beyond a single scene to the actual darkness of the internet. Heck, an arcade driver in the first film had more of an ethos.
What this film lacks is a major antagonist to drive the story. It barely has any forward momentum besides "go get this" and "go do that."
At best a total corporate shill of a film. At worst it's pro-capatalism propaganda.