Archive for November 7th, 2014

7th November
written by Adam

Robotic whiz and child prodigy Hiro (Ryan Potter) is on a dark path until his brother Tadashi (Daniel Henney) introduces him to a positive outlet for his genius– a school devoted to technology and science where Hiro will be able to grow his talents further. But, when a tragic accident takes Tadashi’s life Hiro is sent into a tailspin once again. Oddly enough it’s Tadashi’s invention, Baymax (Scott Adsit), a non threatening robotic nurse made with the skin of a giant inflatable vinyl balloon that helps to put Hiro back on course, that is until an evil criminal mastermind makes itself known to Hiro by stealing one of his own tech ideas. Now it’s up to Hiro, Baymax, and schoolmates Fred (T.J. Miller), Go Go (Jamie Chung), Wasabi (Damon Wayans Jr.), and Honey Lemon (Genesis Rodriguez) to stop this mysterious idea thief and figure out what the larger nefarious plan might be. BigHero From the same crew that produced Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph, Disney’s Animation Studios have managed to churn out another larger than life hero’s quest tale told from a perspective that can be appreciated by both young and old done with attention to stunning visual detail as we’ve come to expect. And, while by no means is this Disney’s smartest or cleverest film to date, perhaps the more important factor is again the message of acceptance and positive image for both boys and girls who have an interest in science and technology, a round of applause! Albeit, the final act does feel a little thrown together and too convenient (darn meddling kids….) the overall ride is still good fun for the family. Big Hero 6 is rated PG.

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