Big Hero 6 Scores Big!

Hi Everyone!

This is my second movie review! This time it’s for Big Hero 6, which is an animated movie. This is the origin story of the same-titled superhero comic.

Release Date: November 5, 2014.

Rated: PG

Genre: Family and Kids

Running Time: 102 minutes

The Quick Story is: This movie is set in the fictional futuristic city of San Fransokyo and the story follows a 14-year-old genius Hiro Hamada (voiced by Ryan Potter). Hiro would rather spend his time fighting robots than going to school. Then Hiro’s older brother, Tadashi ( voiced by Daniel Tenney), shows him the “marvels” of his university’s robotics lab. Hiro’s older brother and his friends worn on amazing projects under the department chair of Callaghan (voiced by James Cromwell). To get into the program, Hiro invents microbots. His inventions are so impressive that he is accepted in the program. After a terrible event, all that is left with Hiro is his  inflatable robot Baymax ( voiced by Scott Adsit). Hiro then realizes something and has to fight a masked villain with his friends.

You’ll have to watch the movie to see the plot. I hope you like that I’m kind of getting you the plot but leaving it vague so it doesn’t reveal anything big!

My opinions: This year hasn’t been a big year for a lot of great animation movies. This is the best animation movie of the year. I didn’t know what to expect but this movie kept my interest all through. There are many lessons that can be learned in this movie. It’s action-packed as well.  This movie will attract older teens like me and younger teens.

I think it’s totally fine for younger teens and younger if you were wondering to take your child to this movie. If you want to have a “fun date” with your child, this is the movie to see.

Rating: I give this movie .

If you haven’t seen the trailer to the movie here it is:

If you’ve seen the movie, I would love to see what you rate it. Here’s a poll.

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Steve

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Posted on November 16, 2014, in Movie and tv reviews and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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