“Hello. I am Baymax, your personal health companion. I heard the sound of distress.
What is the problem?” says the huge marshmallow robot, Baymax, from the new movie Big Hero 6. The problem is not enough people have watched it.
It’s not just a movie for kids but for people of all ages, and has many relatable themes such as brotherhood and coping with grief. It’s a movie that doesn’t just give you action all at once, it’s gradual and almost soothing. In San Fransokyo, our main character Hero Hamada is a 14-year-old genius who knows how to use it to his advantage to build robots until later he creates something that ends up doing more harm than good. After a tragic accident he finds his brother’s invention, Baymax, a robot made for taking care of injured people, and in this case, Hero.
But Baymax isn’t the only one looking out of him, also his brother’s friends,
Gogo Tomago, Honey Lemon, Wasabi, and Fred, turning these geniuses into Big Hero Six. All together the diverse characters not only fight Hero’s depression from the accident but also fight evil.
You should still bring tissues just in case. It is based off Marvel comics and like most Marvel movies, it has clips after the credits, so make sure to stay until the end.