Big Hero 6 Review



Title Of The Film : Big Hero 6

Year It Came Out: 2015

Genre : Animation, Kids & Family

The Director(s) : Don Hall, Chris Williams

Lead Actors : Ryan Potter, T.J Miller, Scott Adsit, Jamie Chung, Damon Wayans Jr., Daniel Henney, Maya Rudolph, James Cromwell, Alan Tudyk, Abraham Benrubi

Last Saturday for Valentines Day my boyfriend took me to see Big Hero 6. We are such big kids, if you haven’t guessed already! It makes a nice change to be writing about a children’s film, although I’m sure a lot of you have already seen this.

Hiro Hamada is a young genius robot expert, that spends his time participating in back alley robot fights. His older brother catches him one night and takes him to his robotics lab at university, worried that Hiro is wasting his potential.  Along with meeting baymax an inflatable robot, he also meets his brothers friends. Hiro decides to apply for the university, with a little help from his brother and his brothers friends. He invents microbots and showcases them at the university. Hiro then discovers that someone else has been copying his invention. With some help from Baymax and his brothers friends, Hiro decides he wants to catch the person who is trying to copy him. By doing this they upgrade Baymax and make themselves superhero costumes. Will they be able to do it in time before the invention goes to far?

I liked that this was really funny, mainly to do with Baymax. I also liked the whole plot and a really unexpected twist at the end. The storyline wasn’t a basic storyline, it was well thought out and you never knew what was going to happen next. It was a fresh new idea that I think will target a lot of kids and it had everyone giggling including adults, when I went to go and see it.

I wouldn’t go to watch it in 3D because there was hardly an 3D bits, so that’s a bit of a waste of money. Also most of the funny bits, were ones I saw in the trailer but it’s still a really good film. It can also be a bit sad. Hiro seems to be a really unfortunate character when it comes to his family, loosing his brother and both of his parents. Other than that this isn’t any major things I didn’t like about the film.

If you haven’t already taken your children to see this then you should. Either that or Shaun The Sheep is now out in cinemas.

My Film Rating: 8/10

A x


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