This is a weird one. It's tough to separate from the weekend twitter meltdowns around the film which have been immediate, loud and remind you 21st Century people are soft, soft @#$%s with some incredibly screwed up priorities, and yet algorithms push these, the worst takes, into your feed.
I didn't watch Rescue Rangers which had an initial run of only 65 episodes, spanning a year and a half between 1989 and 1990. I'm aware of the show, of course, and starting in 1990 I did watch Tale Spin when I walked in the door from a new school with an earlier release time, but between the timing of the airing of the show and a general disinterest, and being 14 and kinda moving on... Anyway, back then, to be a nerd did not mean watching everything and hanging onto it forever in quite the way "fandom" insists we do today.
But I am a fan of John Mulaney and Andy Samberg, and guffawed at the trailer for the movie. It had a nice "I can't believe Disney is letting them do this" vibe, and it was included at no extra cost in my Disney+ subscription. It looked to be having a nice laugh at a lot of ideas around cartoons, nostalgia, updates and reboots.
There's some strong Roger Rabbit DNA to the film. Humans and 'Toons co-habitate in this world. A crime is committed that impacts Toons specifally. Chip and Dale are actors who played Chip and Dale on their eponymous show (the original Disney shorts are not a part of this world). All in all, back in the 1990's, we would have called this "postmodernism" in a media studies class. It's a cute idea for a movie, appeals to older audiences while also pointing the movie and old episodes of the cartoon at kids with a family Disney+ subscription.