After having seeing BIG HERO 6 with my kids, it blew me out of the water. Big Hero 6 released in theaters on November 7, 2014. If you are a Disney movies fan, which has a long line and years of making movies geared for young audience, BIG HERO 6, will not only appeal to young fans everywhere, it will also appeal to the adult audience.
The movie is about genius robotic prodigy, Hiro Hamana, (voice by Ryan Potter). Hiro graduated high school at the age of 14, and spends all his spare time building robots. The movie takes place in the futuristic hybrid city, between San Francisco and Tokyo, named San Fransokyo. After older brother Tadashi, also a child prodigy & genius, motivates Hiro to enter his robotics’s college science fair to get chosen as a student. And where Tadashi is working in creating a medical Robot, called BAYMAX, which is equipped with a medical scanner, diagnostics, and treatment. A new world is presented to Hiro. After a life changing event, Hiro is comforted by his new friends & child prodigies: Go Go Tomago (voice if Jaime Chung), Neatnik Wasabi (voice of Damon Wayans Jr.), Chemistry Whiz Honey Lemon (voice of Genesis Rodruigez), and FanBoy Fred (voice of T.J. Miller).
The futuristic 3-D animations will keep you in suspense and at the edge of your seat during the entire movie. The plot line is filled with back to back action. Tadashi’s intentions are admirable building a personal health care companion. The movies displays the capabilities of the genius boy Hiro, in creating a indestructible force-able team to fight the villain. This movie has both great happy scenes as well as sad scenes that will tear you eyes. The 3-D graphics are sharp and well created.
Imagine you are at one of Disney’s Parks in Orlando, and you are on a ride, and are actually experiencing the actors scenes. The comments, punch lines and the comic timing by BAYMAX are priceless. BAYMAX is such a loveable character, that makes it next to impossible to hurt others. Watching him trying to do evil request from the team are so comical. Imagine you had a seven foot marshmallow attending to your every need medical, psychological and emotional need at your beck-n-call.
My favorites parts of the movie were basically all of them. In my opinion, the basic message of the movie are as follows: 1. As a child or adult, you know the difference between good and bad, and the consequences of your actions. 2. Doing bad deeds brings undesirable situations and negative consequences. 3. The animated 3-D scenes were extremely fully created. 4. The movie portrays strong characters both male & female, which is important to see at a very young age, especially as a father of both genders. 5. The punch line, at the end of the day, no matter your race, background, rearing and education, we are all good people. Walking out of the theater, you will feel happy and content you decided to take your family watch this movie. Take your family to see Big Hero 6 and let me know your thoughts.
From Walt Disney Animation Studios, the team behind “Frozen” and “Wreck-It Ralph,” comes “Big Hero 6,” an action-packed comedy-adventure about the special bond that develops between Baymax (voice of Scott Adsit), a plus-sized inflatable robot, and prodigy Hiro Hamada (voice of Ryan Potter). When a devastating event befalls the city of San Fransokyo and catapults Hiro into the midst of danger, he turns to Baymax and his close friends adrenaline junkie Go Go Tomago (voice of Jamie Chung), neatnik Wasabi (voice of Damon Wayans Jr.), chemistry whiz Honey Lemon (voice of Genesis Rodriguez) and fanboy Fred (voice of T.J. Miller). Determined to uncover the mystery, Hiro transforms his friends into a band of high-tech heroes called “Big Hero 6.” Inspired by the Marvel comics of the same name, and featuring breathtaking action with all the heart and humor audiences expect from Walt Disney Animation Studios, “Big Hero 6” is directed by Don Hall (“Winnie the Pooh”) and Chris Williams (“Bolt”), and produced by Roy Conli (“Tangled”). The film hits theaters in 3D on Nov. 7, 2014.
Disclosure: I received an invitation to a advanced screening to facilitate this review. No compensation was received.