“Big Hero 6” Review

0 comments, 16/12/2014, by , in At-a-glance, Entertainment

The new animated feature Big Hero 6, based on a Marvel Comics superhero group of the same name, proves yet again that Disney has no problem crafting loveable characters and entertaining plot lines.

Hiro Hamada, a 14 year-old robotics prodigy who lives in San Fransokyo, voiced by Ryan Potter, teams up with a huggable robot, Baymax, voiced by Scott Adsit, when a tragic accident is revealed to be part of something much bigger. When the problem becomes to big for Hiro and Baymax to handle, they enlist the help of four other super nerds to form a superhero team.

Every protagonist presented in this movie is easy to love. Hiro never indicates that he is better than anyone, effortlessly becomes a great leader, and displays vast amounts of bravery. Hiro’s brother, Tadashi, voiced by Daniel Henney, is also smart and very passionate about helping others. Hiro’s Aunt and caregiver, voiced by Maya Rudolph, is a little overenthusiastic but very caring. The members of Hiro’s team, Gogo, Honey Lemon, Wasabi, and Fred, are all very loyal and determined to help Hiro. And then there’s Baymax whose only purpose is to help people, specifically Hiro. Baymax is unable to emote like a human would, but instead of this trait making him distant it makes for some adorable and hilarious scenes.

This movie is touching, funny, jampacked with amazing characters, and surprisingly easy to fall in love with. Big Hero 6 earns five out of five stars and is definitely worth the ticket price. The movie is now showing in all major theatres.

By Sienna Mata

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