Big Hero 6 Review
What do you get when you send to the Michelin man to Med-school? You get Baymax! (lol joking)
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Big Hero 6
Studio: Walt Disney Animation Studio
Release Date: November 7, 2014
Genre: Animation (Action / Comedy)
“The special bond that develops between plus-sized inflatable robot Baymax, and prodigy Hiro Hamada, who team up with a group of friends to form a band of high-tech heroes.” – IMDb
What is it?
Big Hero 6 is action animated film about a boy name Hiro Hamada (who is a 14 year old from a made up city called San Fransokyo) and an inflatable robot named Baymax.
- It has its comedic moments
- Could have used more character development with the supporting characters.
- Music was a tad lacking
Big Hero 6 has a well-rounded story. It has all the typical ingredients of a Disney movie, minus the musical elements. I wish they developed some of the supporting characters a bit more.
Animation is probably where this movie shines the most. A few years back a CGI film was only par if it could be compared to a Pixar film. Now Disney clearly sets the standard when it comes to animation.
Sound / Audio: 4
Voice acting is great as usual for Disney. On the music side of things it is just par. In filmmaking Visual, story and, music working together drives a film to success. I feel the music didn’t hinder the film but it didn’t push it forward much either.
While I have seen this film about 3 times the replay value is still only moderate.
Average Rating (Rotten Tomatoes): 3.7
I recommend this film to anyone who is into action / animation films. It’s a great watch for the whole family. It will be a great buy when it becomes available on DVD / Blu-Ray.
Big Hero 6 was inspired by the Marvel Comic with the same name.