Film Review: Walt Disney Animation Studios Goes “Big” With Marvel Comic, Big Hero 6


The creators of Frozen bring you an uplifting, breath-of-fresh air storyline the whole family can enjoy; Big Hero 6 will surely be the hit Disney movie this year.

In a land where buzzing nightlife, overpopulation and cutting-edge technology meet, the city of San Fansokyo sets the tone for this action-packed, super-hero, animated movie. Coming to you from the Marvel comics, five self-created super-heroes, also university students, not only save San Fransokyo from a mad, literally mad, scientist who was once their professor, but prove that being “nerdy” and “geeky” is cool, and quite frankly, awesome.

University students studying robotics, Hiro Hamada (Ryan Potter), Tadashi Hamada (Daniel Henney), Fred (T.J. Miller), GoGo Tomago (Jamie Chung), Wasabi (Damon Wayans Jr.) and Honey Lemon (Genesis Rodriguez) along with robot Baymax (Scott Adsit), invite you on their adventure to save humanity. 

I don’t want to give away too much, but Baymax and Hiro create a unique bond throughout the movie’s emotional, plot-twisting rollercoaster. It’s a mix of tragedy, hope and understanding everyone can relate to. 

Bring your tissues and let the tears flow, from the moment Big Hero 6 begins until the moment the ending credits roll, you’ll be emotionally attached and leave reassured there are uplifting movies the whole family can enjoy… together. 

Big Hero 6 – Trailer:

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