A brainy kid, Hiro, and his brother create a robot named Baymax that is supposed to help with the health care of humans and change the world. When a devastating event occurs, Hiro turns to Baymax and his friends, better known as the “Big Hero 6,” to help save the day.
This is a decent film, but even though it was only an hour-and-a-half long it still felt long to me. In a world where movies like “Wreck It Ralph” and “Frozen” exist, this movie seemed to fall short of the standards those animated films set. I still enjoyed it, but maybe not as much as some others I’ve seen in the past.
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