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Big Hero 6 (2014)
|Studio :||Walt Disney Pictures / Walt Disney Animation Studios /|
|Crew :||Rick Moore / Kendra Vander Vliet /|
|Cast :||Scott Adsit Ryan Potter Daniel Henney T.J. Miller Jamie Chung|
|Genre :||Action Adventure Animation Comedy Family|
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.
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There s enough that s new and different about "Big Hero 6" to get excited about, especially for those still too young for Marvel s more intense live-action fare.
East meets West to immensely satisfying effect in the vibrant mash-up of an animated romp, Big Hero 6.
Sweet and sharp and exciting and hilarious, Big Hero 6 comes to the rescue of what s become a dreaded movie trope - the origin story - and launches the superhero tale to pleasurable new heights.
Despite the Marvel-style origin story, it s derivative of better Brad Bird cartoons like The Iron Giant and The Incredibles.
It s well-realized visually, of course - we even see the shadows that rain-streaked windows throw on walls - but everything and everyone feels dully mechanical.
Big Hero 6" is one of those Disney movies in which you can practically see the hot breath of the marketing guy condensed on the neck of the screenwriter.
Hall and Williams have given us one of the rare family films that can fairly boast of having it all: humor, heart and huggability.
Take my word for it, or better yet go find out for yourself: "Big Hero 6" is a treat.
In a film world that s quickly becoming oversaturated by superhero franchises, here s hoping we haven t seen the last of the characters from "Big Hero 6."
Clever, colorful, fast on its feet, frequently very funny and sweet (but not excessively so), "Big Hero 6" mixes its myriad influences into a final product that, while in no way original, is immensely entertaining.