Big Hero 6
A group of six superheroes are recruited by the government to protect the nation.
Release Date: November 07, 2014
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I was not impressed with the previews and went into this expecting absolutely nothing. It was surprisingly entertaining and had a more complex storyline than I anticipated. The characters were also more developed than usually found in kids' movies. I'm not fond of the whole San Fransokyo thing; couldn't they just set it in a real city like Tokyo (which it's obviously patterned after)? The villain was a bit too scary for younger children (the 2 year old next to me was obviously tense). Also, there was some bathroom humor which didn't need to be there, but overall I enjoyed it more than I thought. I wouldn't pay the evening price for it, but it was a pretty good time. P.S. Don't bother staying for the bit after the credits. That part is a total waste of time.December 2nd, 2014 · Details
Unlike Mary Poppins, Baymax is short on words and discipline. Instead, this distant cousin of the Marshmallow Man offers warm, squishy hugs and a playful demeanor -- and steals the movie. Unfortunately, the rest of "Big Hero 6" is less inventive and follows a familiar playbook. That's not especially surprising given that the film is loosely based on a Marvel Comics series.Click here to read the full reviewNovember 18th, 2014 · Details
Big Hero 6 is a delightful animated movie perfect for families and kids, packed with excitement, action, and humor, but also with genuine emotion, character growth, heart, and morality. - See more at: http://w2.parentstv.org/Main/News/Detail.aspx?docID=3187#sthash.cadJidPw.dpufClick here to read the full reviewNovember 11th, 2014 · Details
Of course, the target audience for “Big Hero 6” probably won’t notice any of the film’s subtext, and they probably won’t be bothered by the standard hero formula either. “Big Hero 6” is still a fun, family-friendly option for a variety of filmgoers, but sadly, its strong opening suggests the finished product could have been better.Click here to read the full review
Superhero movies are usually the stuff of summertime viewing, but with Big Hero 6, Disney actually saved the best for November. While the story's motley crew of characters may suggest The Avengers for the younger set, Big Hero 6 actually shares far more in common with the fast, funny and footloose style of Guardians of the Galaxy, minus the suggestive bits, of course.Click here to read the full review
1) A Marvel superhero team origins story. 2) A lesson-filled Disney tale about a lonely, parentless kid and his robot friend. 3) A city-destroying Avengers-style adventure. 4) An anime-lite art project. 5) All of the above. Uh-huh, even though the movie's trailers may have given you the impression that this is primarily a Disney-ish tale about an action-crazed kid and his balloon stand-in robot pal, the real answer is 5) All of the above.Click here to read the full review
Most kids like superheroes, but unfortunately a lot of the recent Marvel Comics movies—Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Ghost Rider, The Avengers and even Guardians of the Galaxy—aren’t really suited for the younger crowd. Thanks to Disney/Pixar that is changing. Big Hero 6 is the first Disney animation to feature these action heroes and, luckily for little ones, it’s far more family friendly than the live-action films.Click here to read the full review
he film, loosely inspired by Marvel’s comic book, is filled with engaging characters and imaginative touches. The setting is “San Fransokyo,” a California/Japan mash-up that seems familiar and real but also intriguingly foreign. It is a pleasure to see Disney’s most diverse set of protagonists ever, race, gender, and even economic. The bending of stereotypes is done with an effortless flair. And it is great to see a movie for the family that acknowledges the fun and excitement of being smart and working hard.Click here to read the full review
A Disney film based on a Marvel comic, Hero strikes just the right notes for a kid-friendly superhero adventure, emphasizing brains over brawn and helping people over hurting them.Click here to read the full review
It’s lightly amusing, even though it isn’t about the gags. It’s a potential franchise-starter, even though it rarely feels that cynical. And when it hits its sentimental third-act sweet spot, you will be touched. That rampant display of heart makes this the best message-driven cartoon since “Wall-E.”Click here to read the full reviewNovember 5th, 2014 · Details