Big Hero 6 Review BY Neil Sean Watson
Big Hero 6: does it live up to the hype that it was surrounded with?
This movie happens to be loosely based off the comic book of the same name that first hit the shelves in 1998. In my opinion it well and truly does live up to the hype. It would have to be one of the most entertaining animated feature length films of the past year or two. Yes, some parts do drag on for a little bit like any movie but that’s just the nature of most movies.
Throughout the movie you follow a young boy that is an expert in robotics, Hiro Hamada: a 14 year old boy that enjoys making battle robots and taking them to the gritty back alleyways of San Fransokyo, which is a futuristic hybrid of San Francisco and Tokyo.
But unfortunately, early into the movie there is an incident that results in tragedy and the main character, Hiro, joins forces with other like minded people to find the cause and the reasoning behind the incident.
Overall I think Big Hero 6 is a very good movie that is suited for most people, but especially for children of any age.