A young boy named Hiro is a pro and being smooth in San Fransokyo, San Francisco but with the technology of Japan, thanks to the advice from his older brother Tadashi. One fine day, Hiro gets a chance to enroll in one of the top inventing universities in the world, but when his invention gets a bit leaked, disaster ensues and soon the only thing Hiro can have and appreciate is the adorable robot Baymax, a funny, ahem, coded, robot and marshmallow helper.
Why it's called Big Hero 6 is for several reasons, none of which really have to do with the beginning, except the "Hero" part. The 6 has to do with a group of geniuses who are all as quirky, fun and relatable as can be, and did I say fun? Honestly, I think this is the first Disney film, 3D or 2D, to leave me accelerated from start to finish. I don't know what to say about this movie other than it's colourful: every colour you can think of is here, it's beautifully animated: If you thought Disney was good at animation before, think again: It's funny, rare for the word "zero" to be one of the funniest lines in the movie, it's intriguing, creating a conflict which is hard to see only one way in: Should we be doing this? Does he deserve to die?, it's tragic: Nearly as tragic as How to Train your Dragon and Barnyard, and I was cheering in my mind for there to be another fight scene. I can't really critique anything in this movie because it is a success on every level.
I only thought Tangled, Wreck-it Ralph and Frozen were only so-so, and Meet the Robinsons perhaps a touch higher, and Disney has finally made a 3D cartoon they can be proud of, enough to make this just as good as HTTYD2. Am I the only one who thinks that computer animation was the reason films were invented in the first place?