Disney has done it once again with their latest installment to the Disney universe “Big Hero 6”. The movie is a breath of fresh air as it tells a story that goes beyond your advantage superhero movie. The storyline include several different aspects will appeal to all ages. What’s more, They’ve put together an ensemble of diverse heroes that viewers will easy be able to relate too and grow quickly fond of.
Lesson in Coping with Loss:
One thing, that’s shined through in their latest animation is Disney’s natural ability to create films that teach and entertain, at the same time. Although the film has a comedic undertone, it provides children with concrete examples of how to cope with loss and sorrow. This is illustration throughout the relationship that is fostered between Baymax and Hiro, after the loss of his brother. Having dealt with loss myself, at a young age, I found this warm and comforting.
Phenomenal Animated Action Movie:
After watching plenty of movies, you start to notice how franchises become repetitive with their plots. However, “Big Hero 6” will not fall under that category. The storytelling is simply phenomenal and the action that is portrayed in the film is the best I’ve seen, in any animation. I even, tried to re-enact some of the hero’s moves, yep, it was that entertaining.
Seamlessly Displays of Diversity:
Diversity is something that’s much needed, especially in the film industry. Disney’s did just that, when they put together this unique techy superhero team. Which represents a mixture of genders and nationalities. Not only are they diverse , the squad’s get along incredibly well and has the best chemistry, I’ve ever seen in a superhero film.
In Theaters in 3D on Nov. 7, 2014.
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