Big Hero 6 is an endearing animated flick.
Even before we begin, Walt Disney does a Pixar in the very beginning of the movie, and brings an amazing short through the eyes of the cutest terrier that you will ever see, the foodie Winston. So beautifully portrayed! Winston is a true hero. Besides does it get better than this, when you get to watch two movies in a single ticket?
Big Hero 6 starts with rad humour and some cool story build up until we reach Tadashi’s so-fluffy-that-I-am-gonna-die invention. The giant wonder is a health-care robot who is goofy without trying. Things that it does just by being itself, packs up another layer of fun.
The button-faced fluff might be the face of the flick, but the true hero is the genius Hiro. The child prodigy is really good when it comes to presentation or kicking some robo-ass. Also watch out for the funny Fred who will jiggle you for sure. And Stan Lee? What were you doing here?
“I don’t wanna lose you too.”
The drama is enriching to the script. Screenplay is pretty good for an animation movie. CGI is also pretty amazing.
Downsides: There isn’t a lot of background bustle when it comes to showing ruckus on streets. The focus is always on the main characters of the movie. And sometimes you wonder – Where is everybody? Even the story ends up with clichés and a predictable sojourn.
Not looking at all of that, it still is a complete entertainment package, with action, drama and some great decent laughs on its way to become a franchise I surmise. Recommended!