Movie Review: Disney's "Big Hero 6"

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Disney’s Big Hero 6 movie preview was held at El Capitan theatre on Saturday November 1 for members of the press. Shown in 3D to a packed theatre, Big Hero 6 delivered a heartwarming, action packed movie with the right touch of action, humor and Marvel heroes with a dash of Disney magic thrown in for the younger crowd.

Big Hero 6 is the story of Hiro (Ryan Potter) and Tadashi (Daniel Henney), genius brothers, being raised by their aunt in the fictitious world of San Frantsokyo. Big Brother Tadashi and his buddies, Go-Go Tomago (Jamie Chung), Honey Lemon (Genesis Rodriguez), Wasabi (Damon Wayans Jr) and Fred (T.J. Miller), hang out in the “Nerd” lab where they spend their time trying out one invention after another.
Tadashi has come up with a medical droid named Baymax (Scott Adsit), an inflatable, squishy big marshmellowy looking robot. After the visit to the “Nerd” lab, where Hiro meets Baymax and friends, he decides to enroll into the university.

Hiro shows off his invention of tiny bots at a school function and receives his acceptance letter. Everything appears to be fine and on track until a tragedy occurs and throws Hiro into the adventure of a life time to find his missing mini bots and the man behind the mysterious mask responsible for Tadashi’s death.  Hiro, Baymax and the lab nerds join forces and together become Big Hero 6.

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Full of traditional Disney adventures and Marvel special effects, Big Hero 6 is the perfect Disney movie for younger Marvel comics fans. The relationship that develops between Hiro and Baymax and the emotional moments between the two will pull at your heart strings and the ending will have you smiling and waiting for Big Heros 6 part 2.

Directed by Don Hall and Chris Williams, and produced by Roy Conli . The film hits theaters in 3D on Nov. 7, 2014.

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