Big Hero 6’s characters and comedy sure to please

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The characters from Big Hero 6.

The characters from Big Hero 6.
The characters from Big Hero 6.

Big Hero 6 is a new animated film from Disney. The film is comedic action featuring a new superhero team with a beautifully tragic origin story. The main character Hiro Amanda is lovable from the very begginning. He’s a mischievous teen who happens to be a intellectual child prodigy managing to graduate high school at the ripe age of thirteen. Like him, many of the other characters happen to be hyper-intelligent geniuses, yet the film manages to make them relatable to the audience. The characters are varied and pure individuals, not letting the high intellect restrict them to one monotone personality. This creates a deep bond to the animated characters, so that if you’re to lose one it cuts deeply.

The basis of the story has influences of a 1980’s coming of age of film. The character deals with the loss of his parents before the movie begins and lives with his older brother and aunt. The friends of the young teen seem oddly reminscent of friends that we all have had, are at least wanted to have. The brothers especially have a lovely realistic relationship that warms the heart as, Tidashi the older brother truly cares and wants the best for his trouble making younger brother. There is an emphasis on morals, lost and relationships, that has a mature tinge, sure to be an tear jerker for the toughest adults. Furthermore the plot of the movie is entertaining to watch, and is bound to have viewers to ponder their own reactions in the situations the characters are found in. The purpose of the movie is expressed multiple times, maybe too many times to the part where it feels repetitive.

The movie breaks the strong serious parts with adorable comic relief that will be appreciated by all ages. Comedy is done well as the bubbly light innocence of youth meshes with occasional adult jokes carefully sprinkled in. Blended into the film are the darkest days of childhood and the brightest days, which seems rare to come by even in nonanimated films. The artsy movie ends with a standing statement; you can be choose to be broken by the past or move foward to future, which is a message that could be for anyone.  As the credits roll you’ll be filled with heartache as the characters story have seemingly ended on bittersweet note. You truthfully felt as if you’ve seen growth. You’ll feel encouraged as the main protaganist Hiro starts to look toward the sun for brighter days after what has seemed like a dark corrupt tunnel. As you see the last of the beautifully rendered animated bodies, some unresolved small storylines might pop into mind; which is a true downside to the wonderful movie. Yet overall it’s a great movie for all ages, that will induce multiple emotions, most likely they will come to you bundled together in sacks of confusion. Big Hero 6 is a family film which shows the true darkest depths of human emotions through seemingly light animations and truly messages it gets better to everyone.