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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.

Title :Big Hero 6 (2014)
Rating :7.9/10
Release : 28 February 2015
Genre :Animation, Action, Adventure
Runtime:1h 42min
Director:Don Hall, Chris Williams
Writers:Jordan Roberts
Stars :Ryan Potter, Scott Adsit, Jamie Chung

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Big Hero 6 (2014) movie review

An animated superhero film was destined to happen when Disney bought the theatrical rights to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and for all intents and purposes BIG HERO 6 belongs in the canon of recent family films. Its most certainly going to rack up a hefty box-office tally and think of all the merchandising opportunities. At any rate the Don Hall and Chris Williams directing collaboration (THE PRINCESS AND THE FROG, WINNIE THE POOH) is completely derivative of vintage Disney classics. This accusation isn’t based on the subject matter, which is original, but the hackneyed plot devices can be spotted from a mile away.

In the wake of a grave tragedy, 14-year-old science prodigy Hiro Hamada (Ryan Potter) bonds with Baymax (Scott Adsit), a marshmallow-y health care robot with literal take on bedside manner. This forms the foundation of the film, and accompanied by his colleagues/friends, they form the eponymous league of superheroes to fight against an evil scientist who commandeered Hiro’s greatest invention.

The relationship between Baymax and Hiro provides the film its fair share of warmth and compassion. And the voice acting work from members of the team, including Damon Wayans Jr. and T.J. Miller, is solid.

BIG HERO 6 isn’t a miserable experience by any stretch, but this effort from the giants at Disney is uninspired and has some odd political aspects, which extends the scope of this review. The animation is pristine and vibrant at this point; we just expect more from our family films than pretty lights.