looks good i liked the trailer.
but i am a sucker for a animated cartoon....
looks good i liked the trailer.
but i am a sucker for a animated cartoon....
weird but looks cool, like a boys version of frozen
Let them fight. Let them fight! A bruise never bothered me anyway.
Looks cute, but what is with the weird melding of western and asian stuff? Kabuki mask villain, brother's name is "Tadoshi" despite looking 100% white... Ehh what?
that the comic has been around for a long time and its not some new thing
Both my daughters want to see this pretty bad, can't wait to sit in a theatre full of other little rug rats......
Big Hero 6 was very much a Japanese hero team in the traditional Marvel universe. This is very much NOT the traditional Marvel universe given the setting has been changed to an amalgam of Tokyo and San Francisco. If this works I suspect we will see more Marvel properties with potential all-ages appeal transition to a quasi-Incredibles ish universe
My daughter looks completely white, and her name is Natsumi. Granted, she's 50% Japanese, but she looks white.
I really want to see this movie. Love me some Animated stuff. Wreck it Ralph was awesome.
Coming out soon.
I'll be dragging my kids to this. For them of course ...
Bigger Hero, obviously.
There's been a sort of Disney resurgence as of late and this looks like it won't disappoint. 100% on RT so far.
Saw it last night, absolutely amazing. I'd even call it better than "The Incredibles", which was pretty much my favorite Pixar movie of all time. Disney Animation has been on a roll lately.
Did they screen "Feast"? It's the latest iteration of the cel technology they demoed in "Paperman". Honestly, I geeked out over Paperman more than the Wreck it Ralph... I actually wanted to see it again right after the movie heh, which ticked off the kids.
Anyways the "preview" for Feast doesn't have the same look as Paperman's but this was an early demo:
Yeah, they showed Feast before Big Hero 6. Absolutely loved it. Reminds me so much of my dog when he he eats.
The movie was by far the most amazing animated movie I've seen this year. Even better than HTTYD 2. The animation, the style, the plot, everything was so well planned out. Id rank it higher than the incredibles myself. Definately will watch again.
I took my wife and daughter to see this today. We went to the first showing knowing that not many other people would be present. That way if my daughter had an issue (her first time in a movie theater), she wouldn't disrupt others. Looks like a bunch of parents had similar thoughts.
I really enjoyed this movie. Very good (though fast paced) story. If you're a Marvel fan, Stan Lee *IS* in this one. At least his picture is.
For what it's worth, there is also an after credits scene, typical of other Marvel movies.
What's strange about this is I haven't seen it promoted as a Marvel film at all.
Disney continues to hit it out of the park. This is definitely worth going to, no matter if you're young or old. Feast, the 10-15 minute short film before the movie, was very good as well.
Took my 7yo and 4yo (girl and boy respectively), they both enjoyed it. My daughter said she almost cried at the end...not spoiling but you get the idea.
I liked it a lot, my only issue was I thought Hiro was kind of the least interesting character and there was a bit of stereotypicalness in the team members.
But it was a very solid movie, looking forward to the follow-up which doesn't have to focus on origin.
Just got back from seeing it with my son (10) and nephew (13). Both loved it. I must admit, I'm not a huge animated movie person, but i saw Wreck-it-Ralph and one or two others. This movie was pretty awesome. I felt the villain was great. The humor was plenty enough to take the edge off the tension at times. I felt Hiro was a good main character. He was more the leader and his teammates were the muscle. Honestly, they could've just called it "Hiro and Baymax Adventure". I had some minor nit-picks, but they're not worth mentioning as they didn't really take me out of the movie. Would definitely recommend it to anyone. It's a great action/adventure movie, not just geared towards kids.
One small nit pick though:
By and large exceeded my expectations. Loved this movie, so did my boys and my wife. I laughed, I choked up a bit (I'm a pussy what do you want from me?). Overall a lot of fun.
Saw the movie today with my nephew (9yr old), we both enjoyed it a lot. The anti-SJW in me noticed all the white males were bad guys, lol. The extra scene after the credits was great.
I don't agree that this was better than the Incredibles, but it was a solid movie. It has some faults in my eyes but that is possibly to be attributed to being a kids movie and trying to do way too much in its run time.
This wasn't "Pixar" though. It was just Disney Animations Studios. Pixar's next movie is something called Inside Out. Wiki has this as a description:
"Riley is uprooted from her Midwest life when her father starts a new job in San Francisco. Riley (Kaitlyn Dias) is guided by her emotions – Joy (Amy Poehler), Fear (Bill Hader), Anger (Lewis Black), Disgust (Mindy Kaling) and Sadness (Phyllis Smith). The emotions live in Headquarters, the control center inside Riley’s mind, where they help advise her through everyday life. As Riley and her emotions struggle to adjust to a new life in San Francisco, turmoil ensues in Headquarters. Although Joy, Riley’s main and most important emotion, tries to keep things positive, the emotions conflict on how best to navigate a new city, house and school. But when Joy and Sadness get lost, meaning Fear, Disgust and Anger are at the helm, the two have to make it back to headquarters before Riley becomes emotionally unbalanced, while at the same time, the two opposite emotions learn how to coexist and balance themselves in Riley's life."
Aside from that, PIXAR is also working on "The Good Dinosaur", "Finding Dory" (Nemo sequel), "Toy Story 4", "The Incredibles 2" and finally "Cars 3".
Yea, they had an ad for Inside Out at the beginning of BH6 which with my recent psychiatric issues definitely has me more interested than I probably would've a month ago. And my bad on it not being Pixar - they out Pixar'ed Pixar to me I guess.
Monsters Inc had been my favorite Disney computer animated film, and this nudged it out and bumped Incredibles to #3.
Feast was quite good. I had forgotten that it was going to be attached as a short and was pleasantly surprised when it popped up. The only downside was that it instantly made me hungry for all kinds of really terrible (awesome!!) food.
Vaclav, have you seen Monster's University? I really enjoyed that one also.
Wall-E was awesome, as was the first Cars. PIXAR does a great job of making you care about objects that are not people. Up was extremely sad in the beginning.. showing the guy meeting the love of his life and then her dieing like that. Wasn't expecting such a tragic opening.
Didn't care about Brave. (I think that was PIXAR also).
Movie was excellent. One of my favorites. Kids absolutely loved it. Was a big hit for our family though we did go in with very little expectations. Was nice to see something from Disney that was not a sequel.
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I saw this tonight. I was surprised at how many adults were in the theater without kids (myself included). Really fun movie. I bet there are going to be a lot of Baymax action figures being sold for the holidays.
Feast was amazing. I really like the animation and that short had me tearing up like a baby.
Big Hero Six was ok, but I would have rather they expanded a little more on the developement of the sidekicks. An extra 30 minutes would have been ok. I did fall asleep through part of it though, mostly because I have been working a lot and I was tired. Totally missed how the Balloon Bot got his fighting skills.
Watched it with the kids tonight. Liked it a lot. 7.5/10
this was not pixar film
lasseter has more or less moved over to disney proper and does the frozen, tangled, wreck it ralph stuff while he only occasionally works on pixar stuff now.
holy crap, missed the after credit scene first time watching. one of the better parts of the film
bluray rips have been out about a week, pretty good movie great to watch with kids although some sad parts ala Up. Reminded me a lot of Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (minus the food, more the science stuff) so if your family liked those movies you'll probably like this. Good and fun watch, I'd recommend it to anyone.
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