Big Hero 6 Review

Big Hero 6 is a 2014 American 3D computer animated super hero film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios. The movie was inspired by the Marvel Comics series, Big Hero 6 that made it’s first appearance, September 1998.  The film is the 54th animated feature created by the Walt Disney Animation team and produced by legendary John Lasseter and Roy Conli.  John Lasseter is well known for notable works of Toy Story, Cars and other notable Pixar and Disney Films.  Roy Conli’s work includes, Tangled, the Hunchback of Notre Dame and Treasure Planet. Big Hero 6 premiered at the Tokyo International Film Festival, October 23, 2014 and has a overall budget of  $165 million. The film earned $1.4 million it’s first week of showing which is higher than the previews earned by Frozen ($1.2 million) and The Lego Movie ( $400,000). The movie has received positive reviews and currently holds a 88% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. On IMDB it has a high rating of 8.5 out of 10 with a Metascore of 75 out of 100.
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Overall, I really enjoyed the film despite it being an unoriginal concept. Even though the movie was cliche from previous superhero movies it still was entertaining to watch.  I found the movie to be a little mix of the movie The Incredibles and the Scooby-Doo gang. The designs of each character at first, i was hesitant about because of  reused animation from Frozen and Tangled but i found the other parts of the movie to be creative and new. The story development and message of the film, was interesting and i enjoyed the Easter eggs( a hidden item placed in a movie or tv show for close watchers) placed throughout the film.  I would have liked to see more story development surrounding the other characters who make up the big hero 6 but i think Disney will have this story laid out if they decide to make a sequel. The  model of design and soundtrack were very well thought out and i enjoyed the visualization of the ending credits related to a comic book. I personally believe this movie will win best animation at the Academy Awards and the production team certainly deserves the dynamics and crafts that went  with the exceptional designs.

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