Cast: Ryan Potter, Scott Adsit, Jamie Chung
Director: Don Hall, Chris Williams
Time: 1hr 42mins
Genre: Animation, Action, Adventure
My Rating: 10/10
Big Hero 6 has the combination of all that’s great about animation through the years and combined them together. It’s combined the east and west and created San Fransokyo that has some fantastic scenery. The city itself has built in the character for the entire film. Hiro is the main hero of the film builds up a team of fighters to fight off an evil force that stole Hiro’s design of nanobots to take over the city and killed his brother.
The cast was pretty funny and worked wonderfully together and was very relatable. There was a ton of action throughout the film that was done amazingly. They also hit the nail on the head with the emotional part of the film with Hiro’s relationship with his passed brother. And then the relationship he has with Baymax. It did get quite emotional right at the end of it all between Baymax and Hiro. I think that I even got a little teary during the end of it all. I felt that the film captured my heart from the very beginning right till the very end.