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Big Hero 6

2014
Family/Kids
Action
1h 42m
When a devastating event befalls the city of San Fransokyo and catapults Hiro into the midst of danger, he turns to Baymax and his close friends adrenaline junkie Go Go Tomago, neatnik Wasabi, chemistry whiz Honey Lemon and fanboy Fred. Determined to uncover the mystery, Hiro transforms his friends into a band of high-tech heroes called "Big Hero 6." (imdb)
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Big Hero 6

2014
Family/Kids
Action
1h 42m
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Rated 12 Nov 2014
25
17th
This is a great movie if you've never seen a movie before.
Rated 14 Jan 2015
85
86th
I just got emotional over a marshmallow robot. Fa-lalala
Rated 22 Sep 2015
60
38th
It's on par with those bog standard animated features about animals escaping zoos or birds visiting the jungle or whateverthehell lets the kids keep quiet for 90 minutes. While some of the designs are nice, everything's just so lazy and predictable. The name 'San Fransokyo' perfectly encapsulates the low standards of creativity here. Or maybe I'm too bitter to ignore Disney's uninspired cash-grab targeting Asian markets and little kids that like superheroes and robot toys.
Rated 22 Mar 2015
93
74th
Really good animated movie. While I, for one, am getting sick of 3D animated movies (what ever happened to 2D animation people?), Big Hero 6 serves as a true work of family fun and action at best, with good eye candy, a story that isn't too predictable (mostly), some true emotion, funny humor that made me laugh, and, of course, the adorable Baymax. Recommended indeed.
Rated 01 Dec 2014
85
80th
The first half or so is hilarious, and Baymax is a big reason for that. The movie shifts once the superhero sections really get underway and sacrifices its humour (for the most part) for action and emotion. There's an incredibly dark but effective scene scattered in there, and most everything works. It's formulaic but tackles some pretty mature elements with finesse and charm. Also; great animation.
Rated 10 Dec 2015
88
75th
While the story is nothing new (it is a comic book movie, after all), this movie has lots of heart, and it's filled with fantastic little details - humorous, emotional, and visual - that give it high rewatchability. Well worth your time.
Rated 09 Dec 2014
75
76th
Big Hero 6 was a really fun ride of a movie. It overcomes the challenge of being the umpteenth superhero origin story of the last decade by filling in the margins with a unique setting and visuals, funny characters, and a great script.
Rated 15 Mar 2016
28
28th
Another awkward attempt by #disneysowhite to pander to their audiences in Asia, but ultimately little more than a fantastical wet-dream squelched forth by people who've learned all about the Far East from bi-weekly ramen runs to Little Tokyo, several play-throughs of Persona Dancing All Night, and a Spotify playlist filled with torrented Utada mp3s.
Rated 26 Jan 2015
100
99th
Fantastic from start to finish. Baymax is an amazing character and i loved the setting and Firefly like combination of cultures. Hopefully there will be more of this to come. Marvel apparently can't do any wrong when they aren't quite being Marvel. The one thing that would have possibly have improved it is if Jay Mewes had voiced Fred, couldn't get past the fact that the character looked like him.
Rated 08 Mar 2015
74
90th
A lot of fun with some genuine emotion built in. A shame this wasn't more popular.
Rated 01 Dec 2014
80
71st
People are very caught up in the idea of "This movie is derivative of this and that" (as if themes, ideas, even plot structures, have to be 100% original to be good). There IS such a thing as "convention done well", and if that's the case here, so be it. I really enjoyed myself, and didn't expect to as much as I did. The animation's great, it's really funny, it's high-tech but the story & characters are grounded. If you've become so jaded as to get no enjoyment from THIS, stop watching movies.
Rated 09 Feb 2015
94
87th
As with many Disney movies it tackles the adult issue in a kid-friendly wrapper. On one hand, it deals with grief, loss, revenge. On the other hand ERMEGERD ROBOTS AND NANOBOTS AND SUPERHEROS YEAH
Rated 16 Mar 2015
93
89th
I really liked this movie. I really didn't think that this movie was going to do that well, but it really surprised me. It's dramatic, clever, and humorous. I think people of all ages would like this movie.
Rated 16 Mar 2015
93
94th
Straightforward proof that you can have incredible emotional intensity and bright shiny fun side-by-side. It's everything I've ever wanted in a superhero movie, without 99% of the tired old tropes.
Rated 19 Nov 2014
90
92nd
Yes, it tells the tale of a group of science geeks who use their gifts to battle evil in a city-crunching finale. But it consistently delivers the sense that there's more at play than that. It's less about powered-up whiz-bang and more about "somebody has to help." It's less about superheroes and more about exploring the idea that a diverse group of friends become something of a makeshift support system--a family--for a kid who's lost everything and everyone. (pluggedin.com)
Rated 07 Nov 2014
70
27th
Not bad, but just not quite good. It's like a mix of the Iron Giant and the Incredibles, but not nearly as strong as either. For being a team superhero film in name, most members of the team were ignored in favor of the brothers and their robot. Decent, but not great.
Rated 09 Oct 2016
40
28th
Blandy McBlandFace and his PC hacks have been at it again. First Hollywood came for stupid Asians with 'Pacific Rim' and now they're back for their stupid kids, with another glorified robot centric toy commercial. I really started hating it when one of the girl sidekicks used the catchphrase "Woman up!", just to remind us all, that the producers want to assure little girls, that they can one day be men too. Anyway, fuck this movie. If your kids need me I'll be in the corner with Team Gremlins.
Rated 09 Nov 2014
60
24th
Too predictable and derivative to be really notable. However, Baymax is an incredibly wonderful character - funny, heartwarming and awesome. The other characters are completely non-entities (or just archetypes/stereotypes). Still, I liked that Disney went with a very diverse cast this time around. Also: HAAAIRRYYYY BAAAYBEEEE
Rated 07 Feb 2015
80
84th
I can accept the lackluster writing and plot holes as long as the movie still feels fresh and fun. On par with Kung Fu Panda and How to Train Your Dragon.
Rated 08 Nov 2014
60
27th
Baymax the robot is a charming character but everyone else is vacuous & boring. This film follows every action & drama cliche. Not worth your money unless you have a bored kid to entertain.
Rated 15 Mar 2015
95
91st
Definitely one of the most entertaining animated flicks of tthe last 10 years. It has heart, emotional reasons to invest yourself in the outcome and enough story to make a grown man like myself really feel those emotional scenes. I absolutely loved Baymax. A uniquely fun character that made this film.
Rated 12 Jan 2015
60
33rd
Felt like a bad made for tv computer animated movie from the 90's. The movie has more plot holes than a 70's porn. Our hero the 14 year old Eurasian wunderkind Hiro single-handedly inventing a workable version of nano-robots for a school project. An invention that will change the wold. However he then apparently completely forgets how to make them, even though that would have made his life a lot easier... I could go on, but let's just say I was not impressed. DISAPPOINTED!!!
Rated 21 Feb 2015
6
34th
Bears a striking similarity to the Power Rangers if you think about it really carefully. You've got the Red Ranger who's the leader of the team. The Blue Ranger who's obviously a closeted homosexual. The attractive Pink Ranger who everyone secretly wants to bone. The Yellow Ranger who's the feistiest of the lot, and the Black Ranger whom they slapped a green suit on to avoid racial stereotyping.
Rated 06 Feb 2015
70
67th
The general story is decent, the characters are nice and diversified, and the setting is wonderful and clever. However, we get rushed into the third act and climax so fast, I didn't even realise we were there. It needed more build-up and development of both the characters and the story. The animation is vibrant and strikes a pretty good mix between realistic and cartoonish. I had fun with it, but unfortunately, it's a bit too flawed in order for it to become an animated classic.
Rated 15 Feb 2015
75
89th
Excellent.
Rated 08 Nov 2014
80
54th
A fun, beautifully animated action comedy that is somewhat formulaic and predictable. Kids will love its cute characters and story while adults should find it enjoyable enough to sit through. A step below the last few Disney films but still good.
Rated 23 Feb 2015
70
56th
The first Pixar film I thought could have worked better as a short. While the characters (especially Baymax) are lovable and the animation is great, I feel like it tties to make itself deeper than it is. I didn't take much out of this, except for some really cool moments that deserve recognition.
Rated 21 Nov 2014
64
14th
Baymax is an adorable character, the villain is visually intimidating (if a little undercooked) and all the set pieces hit their marks. I'm coming up short on really obvious flaws, but that's because this is a movie that avoids making mistakes by avoiding risks. There doesn't need to be anything particularly surprising or ambitious in a Disney blockbuster like this, but there's a point where you wish it had something more. Good fun but I've seen it all before.
Rated 08 Nov 2014
73
71st
A dash of E.T. a scoop of THE INCREDIBLES, a huge wad of IRON GIANT. It's derivative as hell, in other words, but so pro-imagination and well-meaning and filled with spark and wonder that it's irresistible. Kids will lap it up, and it's enjoyable for adults too, even though it maybe seems to run a little longer than it should.
Rated 10 Nov 2014
83
61st
Robotics prodigy Hiro Hamada (Ryan Potter) discovers that one of his inventions has been stolen--possibly by the same person responsible for his brother's death. With the help of some wacky friends--and a deadpan health-care robot, Baymax (Scott Adsit)--he forms a superhero team to defeat the villain and learn the truth. Bright Disney animated adventure, which makes for a rather unoriginal story (and underdeveloped characters) with a great sense of fun, colorful design, and fine voice acting.
Rated 21 May 2015
56
25th
Scott Adsit as Baymax and TJ Miller were both quite funny. The visuals, and in particular the city itself, were really nice. Otherwise, though, it was mediocre. Our hiro creates one of the most groundbreaking technologies ever during the course of the first 10 minutes of the movie via montage for a science fair! Then there are some horribly ineffective and overly manipulative emotional scenes, even for Disney.
Rated 05 Mar 2016
84
84th
As far as recent super hero films go, this is one of the better ones. Disney, animated, a bit of light humor, based on a Marvel comic, with a gamut of colorful characters and some elements that really tug the heart-strings reminiscent of Up. The animated action sequences were well done. It follows a pretty formulaic approach to the story, but it's a kid's movie at heart, so not something you can totally penalize it for.
Rated 23 Jan 2017
78
66th
disney has had their hand in a couple different super hero movies and generally they have a more fun and comedic feel to them. big hero 6 is charming, just like one would expect out of a disney movie, yet it places fun and action in the place of the comedy of the incredibles and megamind. it's not bad, it's just different and that's something i can get behind, but the biggest problem here is that it's followed in the footsteps of some great movies and is just too somber to appeal to all equally.
Rated 08 Mar 2015
70
37th
Had big expectations after Tangled, Wreck It, Frozen, but sad to say Truly, TRULY sheer awful plot and writing and dialogue that literally wouldn't have made a Scooby Doo episode. BUT..1st half of movie no question saved by the hilarious antics of Baymax robot, probably the finest Disney character in a long while, shame they turned him into a fighter half way in (and SPOILER, kind of kill him). Again the the unbelievable stupidity of the writing and tech-fetishism was just such a downer.
Rated 03 Feb 2015
40
21st
With the only likeable character being the robot Baymax, this film could have enough material for a short movie. As a feature film, it doesn't work. An abundance of cringe-worthy jokes and bad dialogue make it a somewhat uncomfortable experience.
Rated 09 Apr 2020
30
10th
Heartless and stupid. If this went pure action, gave up trying to pull heartstrings since it had nothing to actually say about grief, I might have been more forgiving. No, I know I would -- I don't mind superhero movies. Big Hero 6 reaches for something bigger than that -- but without even getting up off the couch. Blah.
Rated 07 Jun 2015
80
93rd
A simplistic plot and story that works best when it was just Hiro and Baymax lumbering around town before all of the Superhero plot kicked in. That said it still is a hell of a lot of fun. Definitely the best superhero team film to come from Marvel yet much better than Guardians of the Galaxy. As much as I liked this movie I didn't feel it deserved the Academy Award.
Rated 06 Jun 2015
8
76th
Big Hero 6 is one of the best animated films of 2014 and it's pleasing to see Disney continue their recent run of form following the success of 'Wreck it Ralph' & 'Frozen'. The animation is stellar, the setting of San Fransokyo is stunning and the story telling impressively balances adventure, humour and peril. And Baymax in particular has become and instant favourite Disney character for many. Disney have recaptured what it takes to make a film that will entertain and please the whole family.
Rated 04 Jun 2023
65
58th
Funny, fast paced and off-beat Disney animation that ultimately suffers from a messy, generic script and the most underdeveloped villain ever.
Rated 04 Apr 2015
65
51st
Most of the points here go to the animation and setting (which were incredibly expressive and rather beautiful at points), and also to Baymax (who has to be one of the most lovable new Disney characters). Otherwise, the rest of this movie is entirely predictable and a by-the-numbers origin story for characters who are charming, but unfortunately very underdeveloped. Plot points come and go with little consequence, and classic Disney family-death melodrama is heaped onto a mediocre story. Meh
Rated 09 Jan 2015
60
9th
Imaginative and nicely animated. Baymax was really cute. But the message is pretty weak. Don't take revenge? The way they overcome the climactic battle is by suddenly using their brains? However, it's still good fun.
Rated 08 Feb 2015
41
16th
Meh, by-the-numbers action movie with some impressive visuals and a few good gags but an awful script. Still a better entry in the MCU than the first Captain America film, though.
Rated 28 May 2015
70
67th
Charming, with laughs, solid characters and exceptional animation, even if the narrative feels a little undercooked. Baymax is the films strongest asset and Hall and Williams make the most of it.
Rated 13 Apr 2015
34
12th
I've figured out how this movie happened. One person wrote a standard superhero movie, another wrote an "Iron Giant" knock off, and they shuffled the script pages.
Rated 23 Jul 2015
5
24th
A surprisingly tragic lead and heavy road-to-redemption story here are trivialized by predictable and lightning-quick character development and plot movement, while fun secondary characters are established with little precedent, gain even less depth, and deliver mediocre juvenile humour. Baymax-headlining the film's cool tech theme-is the most interesting (and funny) of all the characters, but even his big body can't hide the film's lazy and rushed script that squanders its content's potential.
Rated 31 Jan 2015
25
9th
How does writing like this get financed in this day and age? Sure, it's pretty, but nothing in the script makes the least bit of sense.
Rated 23 Feb 2015
67
65th
Great fun. A slightly different take on the superhero genre with a surprising plot twist concerning the bad guy and a fine main character story. Easily forgotten, though.
Rated 30 Jan 2016
90
96th
9- excellent, awesome
Rated 23 Mar 2015
78
77th
Before I say something else, I have to admit I absolutely loved Baymax. This character didn't do much, but it didn't have to. Baymax was sweet, hilariously funny and overwhelmingly entertaining. But how much I loved Baymax, how emty all the other characters and even this story felt. Despite that, this is an utmost entertaining film that everyone in a family will adore.
Rated 09 Feb 2015
39
7th
A colorful, wannabe-charming-animation that's not very innovative and ends up being slightly boring even though it has some bright moments.
Rated 24 Jul 2015
84
82nd
I have two little bros and this is one of their favorite movies. I have seen it over 80 times. I have to say I'm really, really glad that it's a very good movie.
Rated 20 Dec 2014
50
33rd
Kind of cute Spielberguian tale of loneliness and the need of having people around you all the time -- and also, at its most didactic, a film that endorses the importance of knowledge combined with emotion --, but still such a schematic Avengers-like adventure, filled with ironic humor and silly, giantl and ultimately cartoonish action set-pieces.
Rated 08 Jan 2015
30
40th
Visually stunning and a fair story thats quite effective at times. My score really relies on these two aspects because of it ridiculous amount of flaws and cliches. I KNOW its a cartoon, but still there are only so many times a scene can play out EXACTLY how you'd expect in a movie before you just start to roll your eyes. Also, really not digging the insanely repetitive theme song. You know what, i'm knocking my score down one. Not this time Disney.
Rated 19 Feb 2015
88
69th
What fun! I went in expecting a kid's movie and got so much more out of it. Interesting and compelling all the way through. I will definitely be watching it again.
Rated 02 Nov 2016
90
78th
Both incredibly funny and heart-wrenching, Big Hero 6 is a well-adapted take on the Marvel comics.
Rated 08 Mar 2015
90
95th
Pretty solid. Gorgeous art design, the futuristic San Fransokyo looks mad fun and I'd be packing my stuff to move there had it been real. I like the blending of East & West, and celebrating science and technology. The plot is predictable and side characters not developed but who cares when you get the puffy walking marshmallow Baymax, he's the real heart of the movie.
Rated 23 Feb 2015
85
94th
Heaps of fun. I loved everything about it. And I definitely know what I'll be dressing up as for next Halloween!
Rated 20 Feb 2015
70
77th
Although entirely predictable, I wasn't bothered by the formulaic plot. Baymax and Hiro's chemistry was a joy, especially their fist bump.
Rated 11 Jan 2015
86
90th
Loved every second of it!!
Rated 03 Feb 2015
30
30th
Lacklustre, predictable and most notably, an ode to the gadget fetishism masquerading as technological progress nowadays. The modern cutting-jobs-for-the-shareholder CEO is subverted into a misunderstood enthusiast. And seriously, "Our parents died when I was 3, remember?", how lazy writing is that?
Rated 16 Feb 2015
70
69th
Enjoyable but nothing I'd be dying to watch again. Although my son enjoyed it so I'm sure I'll be seeing it at least 100 more times within the next month or so. We'll see how I feel about it then.
Rated 21 Feb 2015
4
90th
I was thoroughly entertained by this. Sure, not very original, but how often do we see that nowadays? "Drunk" Baymax was hilarious! - Very Good
Rated 01 Feb 2015
76
79th
Excellent animation.
Rated 30 Mar 2016
3
38th
Watching this is like a game of spot-the-influence (Marvel films, The Incredibles, The Iron Giant, a million others) but it's so fun and colorful I have a hard time complaining. San Fransokyo is such a vibrant, beautiful setting that make it worth watching all by itself.
Rated 01 Jan 2015
73
41st
I just don't go for fighting in movies, animated or otherwise.
Rated 21 Jan 2015
80
63rd
Right on par with the other Disney and Pixar greats.
Rated 04 Jun 2020
96
81st
Highly techy but we won't get lost :). In fact, we would want to be part of it or be one of the Big Heroes while watching the movie. Many futuristic possibilities there that could one day become reality. The drama side is also touching. Well done! MY SCORING: 99-96=Great; 95-90=Very good; 89-85=Good; 84-80=So-so; 79-70=Boring; Below 70=Forget it
Rated 24 Dec 2023
40
17th
Looks beautiful - especially whenever the robot takes flight - but this is pretty dull stuff and nothing we haven't seen in a million superhero movies before.
Rated 20 Jul 2019
78
72nd
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Rated 07 Nov 2014
45
39th
easily the most forgettable movie of the year, despite the lovable gentle giant.
Rated 27 Jan 2015
97
98th
If you want to go between crying and laughing then this is a damn good film for that. The animation is at the impeccable standard that you come to expect from Disney, with well rounded characters and adorableness that'll stay with you for a while
Rated 26 Dec 2016
70
20th
Could have been alot better. the story with just baymax and the kid/brother was great. as soon as they started adding the other characters though it became too cluttered and dumb. I liked the simple humor, but the movie lost alot when it added those throwaway friend characters
Rated 28 Feb 2015
78
67th
Soo cute! Really fun, I recommend it when you're looking for something pretty and easy to digest.
Rated 06 Mar 2015
77
70th
Though somewhat formulaic in nature, Big Hero 6 is exciting, love-able, and fun.
Rated 01 Jan 2016
85
88th
Well blow me, Disney show up to the good film party. And it's not Pixar. A lot of humour (Beymax is gold every scene) and most importantly a lot of heart carry this film through what could have been generic and cliched. More please, definitely more.
Rated 18 Jul 2015
70
44th
This was a fun, charming movie and Baymax is a really great character and all, but I don't know if I can forgive Disney for making me listen to Fall Out Boy twice in the same movie.
Rated 30 Nov 2014
78
33rd
Decent kids movie with the latest animation technology.
Rated 21 Feb 2015
72
62nd
This is entirely Baymax's film. The action & East/West design are great, true, but everything outside of the lovable marshmallow robot ranges from awful to an afterthought, specifically the story. There is a hint of something interesting happening when the 'big reveal' happens, but that lasts all of one whole minute. It's Disney's best in a while, but that's the faintest of praise.
Rated 04 Feb 2023
19
8th
Besides the cute robot there was absolutely nothing there. How to train your dragon with even less substance
Rated 29 Mar 2015
66
37th
With its bright animation, Big Hero 6 starts with a pretty funny first 30 minutes. Unfortunately, the cliches are ushered in at this point with a dive into the same super hero tropes we have seen before. Worth a watch, not worth an oscar.
Rated 14 Nov 2014
71
41st
yeah, it's alright i guess. disney's making some more moves to incorporate the new encompassing technology
Rated 15 Apr 2015
79
94th
Surprisingly outweighed my (almost negligible) expectations.
Rated 09 Nov 2014
100
51st
cool and neat
Rated 11 Feb 2015
65
48th
I liked the Baymax character and the great design of the city of San Fransokyo, but all those overused disney clichés and the lame villain were a bit disappointing.
Rated 09 Jun 2015
90
86th
Last act gets a little too super-heroey, but the designs and story are all pretty great.
Rated 23 Aug 2022
89
72nd
I cry every time
Rated 29 Jan 2015
45
27th
Pretty disappointing. Hiro, and most of the characters, are annoyingly self-aware. In the end it's much more a plain movie for kids than I thought it would be.
Rated 11 Jan 2015
75
39th
Baymax is a very likable character, and does well to pin the plot together. The animation here is dazzling, especially in theaters. Kids will love it, and the parents just might too.
Rated 15 Feb 2015
50
17th
eh
Rated 15 Jul 2015
77
79th
There were so many moments I'm still laughing about a week later that I have to give this a decent score, even if it had a lot of faults. I am not fast. Fa-lalala.
Rated 07 Feb 2015
77
76th
robot, robot dövüsü, çocuk, abi-kardes, üniversite, profesör, mikrorobot, tıbbi robot, hastalık teshis ve tedavi eden robot, yangin, psiklolojik bunalim, kötü adam,
Rated 17 Jan 2015
65
20th
This movies steals ideas from (aka "quotes") The Color Of Money, The Matrix, Iron Man, The Avengers, Stargate, The Bing Bang Theory, Spiderman 2, The Incredibles, Karate Kid, Roller Girl and probably many more - its a wonder that the first half still feels kind of fresh.
Rated 07 Nov 2014
80
89th
Big Hero 6 is a success on most levels. It works as an emotional roller coaster, a visceral thrill ride, a wonderful comedy, and contains some stunning animation. You want more from it after it ends. It takes a bit too long to get going -- I would have liked some of that time allocated to longer superhero sections -- and it's occasionally cheesy, but these don't really hinder it. You'll want to give it, and its most marketable character, Baymax, a hug after all's said and done.
Rated 15 Dec 2014
8
55th
While the twist and turns of the fairly mild-mannered "zero to hero" plot-line were nearly always predictable, the engaging characters, score, and visuals were more than enough to keep this kid-friendly animated action film adult-friendly as well.
Rated 02 Feb 2015
87
83rd
I went into this film with fairly high expectations, and largely they were met. A charming animated romp, although slightly cheesey, the child-orientated nature did not hamper the film. The plot twist was very predictable but I wasn't pulled out of the story by it - this film has a lot of heart and doesn't pull any punches. Character designs were much better than previous Disney 3D, with voice acting and animation on point. Novely sidestepped some cliches and I enjoyed the central robromance.
Rated 08 Feb 2015
81
84th
So Disney owns Marvel, but still decided that they needed their own superheroes? Riiiiight. Anyway. moving on. A fun movie. A plot that you shouldn't think too hard about, lots of gags and just enough comic-book-meta jokes to keep the whole thing from being an embarrassment.
Rated 07 Feb 2015
2
59th
Very well animated, however the script is a bit all over the place, thus a bit underwhelming. All in all a fine film by Disney, yet again. It definitely entertains and touches emotionally at certain points. I want my own Baymax, he would fix my cyberchondria :')
Rated 17 Nov 2014
80
53rd
I had big hopes for this one. While the plot is good, I think the highlights of the movie were given away in trailers. I was anticipating the comedic scenes and was hoping to get more, but ehhh, Big Hero didn't deliver. I enjoyed the plot and the twist in bad guy twist, but I'm afraid that Big Hero 6 won't be that memorable of a family-comedy movie for me.
Rated 24 Feb 2015
55
37th
Entertainment: 4/4 excellent animation, some good humor but not as good as the trailer which was hilarious. Spirit: 1/3 about not taking revenge. Sustainability: 0.5/3.
Rated 24 May 2015
72
66th
Baymax is the main reason I love this animation.

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