Disney movies, I think, are the most formulaic I've ever seen. Just another reason I hate them so much, alongside the company itself.
See if you can guess which movie I'm talking about:
The first few scenes are our protagonist as a child, to demonstrate their personality and a bit of world building, too. Give them a lofty, unrealistic ambition that no doubt they will live up to. Introduce a character that is really important to the plot about 30 minutes in. Then lift the curtain and reveal all is not as it seems. Everything then goes to hell for the main character. But then in a stroke of luck, the main character succeeds and everything is even better than it was before the plot.
And then release unnecessary, straight to video sequels.