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Big Hero 6: A warming story about a robot who bring remedy to the wounded soul.

The film is based on the Marvel Comics superhero team of the same name and follows Hiro Hamada as he discovers his father was actually a famous superhero who died in battle, after which Hiro’s health drops dangerously low. He receives assistance from Baymax in order to save his life and ends with Baymax helping him create a team of high-tech heroes to do good deeds while they pursue this goal.

What is the plot of the story ?

The story is about a 14-year old robotics genius named Hiro Hamada. When he was just 8 years old, his older brother Tadashi was killed in a fire that claimed the life of their parents. Since the day of the fire, Hiro has been blaming himself for the event and, by doing so, he has developed a dislike for his family’s company (San Fransokyo Institute of Technology). Because Hiro dislikes the company so much, he decides to go to a different university and visits one called “Yale”. He then gets involved with everyone there and even makes friends. After this happens, he becomes more comfortable with his surroundings.

Who is in the cast ? What role did each character portray ?

The cast include Ryan Potter , Scott Adsit , Maya Rudolph , Jamie Chung , Alan Tudyk , T.J. Miller , Genesis Rodriguez and David Henrie . The character of Hiro Hamada was portrayed by Ryan Potter while his brother, Tadashi, was played by Scott Adsit. The characters of Baymax and Tadashi Hamada were portrayed by Jamie Chung and T.J. Miller respectively with the latter being the voice actor for the character whereas Alan Tudyk played Hank Pym and Genesis Rodriguez was Hiro’s girlfriend, Honey Lemon. David Henrie, one of the group’s members (which also featured Scott Adsit), is also in this film.

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What are the difficulties they face ?

The main characters face various difficulties, the first being Hiro’s struggle to accept that Tadashi is gone and trying to convince himself that it was not his fault. The second difficulty faced is when S.A.I.N.T (which stands for San Fransokyo Institute of Technology) is attacked by an unknown villain who wears a kabuki mask and a body suit. This villain then kidnaps Hiro’s teacher Professor Callaghan and while they were both being kidnapped, they were talking about something called “Project: Silent Sparrow.” Baymax spots them and tries to save them but unfortunately fails to do so while Hiro is seen flying off on the villain which leads us to our next question.

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What are the themes ?

The themes that are present in the film include family, friendship and responsibility. This film is based around the theme of responsibility because Hiro and his friends need to learn how to take care of themselves and take care of those around them. This is a theme that better represents why this film has been made as previous films with similar themes have not been successful in getting made.

What are the epic scenes ?

The film has an epic scene where Hiro becomes part of a group (whose members are played by Scott Adsit, Jamie Chung, David Henrie, Genesis Rodriguez and Alan Tudyk) in order to fight the evil villain, Yokai. The villain is the one who destroyed S.A.I.N.T in the first place and he needs Hiro’s help to complete his plans, which are unknown at this point.. There is also another epic scene where Baymax and Hiro team up with their new friends to stop Yokai from destroying everything that is dear to them with a little help from Tadashi (through holograms).

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Who is the most loved character ?

The most loved character in the film is Baymax (which is played by Jamie Chung). This film has a special role for Baymax because if Hiro (played by Ryan Potter) was to be saved from Yokai, Baymax would not have been able to save him. Thus, this film has an epic friendship between the two because Baymax does everything that he can in order to protect Hiro.

Would you recommend watching this ?

Yes, I would recommend watching this film because it is based on the theme of responsibility and it is likely that you will find the theme relatable if you have kids. Also, there are several scenes in the film that will make you think of how you want to face your own problems and challenges. It is important that we make an effort to deal with these problems straight away or they may grow into a bigger issue down the road. Thanks for reading !

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