It’s about time I finally see this. Better late than never, am I right?
Big Hero 6 is the first Disney animated film to be based from a series of Marvel comic books. In a futuristic world of San Fransokyo (a hybrid of San Francisco and Tokyo), Hiro Hamada, a teenage robotics prodigy, spends most of his time participating in back-alley robot fights. When his older brother Tadashi picks him up, he brings him to a robot lab. There, he meets his friends as well as an inflatable health care robot named Baymax. After a big incident that leaves his brother dead, Hiro and Baymax develop an unlikely bond. An evil super villain begins to attack San Fransokyo. They invite Tadashi’s friends to be a part of his band of superheroes to get rid of him once and for all.
Most Disney animated films intend to have their heart in the right place. Big Hero 6 is no exception. Along with likeable characters (especially Baymax), gorgeous animation, great humor (and perfect timing), and sensational action, this is one of the year’s best animated films.