Big Hero 6** 2014

The full line up: Wasabi, Go Go, Honey Lemon, Fred, Hiro, Baymax, Cass, Tadashi, Robert Callaghan and unnamed villain/image:

Since the empty nest syndrome has taken place in my immediate family, kid movies have all but ceased, except on occasion. However any animated Disney movie is worth going to see with or without a little one and wow, this one did not disappoint! I really enjoyed this movie, not because it had a great unusual story but because the characters were very likable and the way the character’s were introduced helped the story stay interesting. As well as the voice actor’s being very good at what they do.

The Premise…

Hiro, Ryan Potteris a 14-year-old gifted wiz kid who is going through puberty as he is moody, uninspired, and starting to get into trouble since already completing high school. At, his older brother Tadashi’s, Daniel Henney, bidding, he decides to apply to the same nerd university his brother goes too. And to be admitted in, he has to come up with an interesting innovative invention. So as Hiro attempts to create a prototype, he accidentally stumbles upon his brother’s cool invention named, Baymax.

So as we get to know Baymax and what he’s all about, Hiro, is busy concocting his own invention for his hopeful admittance to school. Which is where we meet the rest of the gang of misfit nerds who go on an adventure with Baymax leading the way. The cast of misfits: Baymax (Voiced by Scott Adsit), Go Go Tomago (Voiced by Jamie Chung), Wasabi (Voiced by Damon Wayans Jr.), Fred (Voiced by T.J. Miller), Honey Lemon (Voiced by Genesis Rodriguez). 

The Sum Up…

This story really had legs, mostly because the voice acting was exceptional. Also with really good animation and great character development of Baymax, you really got to connect with the main characters. This movie had everything from a good non annoying music score to funny humor, with very clever dialog and a good story, the movie ends with you wanting more. Especially more Baymax, so my score for this flick is A ~ THEATER WORTHY, see this in theaters it’s that good. Kids, 4 and up can see this one and will love it. With only a slight SAFETY ALERT, for one scary villian mask, and a little violence. This movie is rated PG and great family fun.

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