Disney Sisters: Big Hero 6: Family Movie Night #BigHero6 #MeetBaymax

Big Hero 6: Family Movie Night #BigHero6 #MeetBaymax

We don't always go to the movie theater on a school night, but when we do, we prefer to see a Disney Movie!


Tonight we are excited to be attending a special screening of Big Hero 6. We've heard nothing but good things about the latest animated film from Walt Disney Animation Studios, the team behind “Frozen” and “Wreck-It Ralph,” comes “Big Hero 6,” an original action-comedy-adventure about a robotics prodigy and a plus-sized inflatable robot, who develop a special bond on a quest to solve an unsettling mystery. 


Other than this adorable Marshmallow looking guy named Baymax and a boy named Hiro, we really didn't know what this movie was about. We couldn't wait to learn about the characters and the story. It's about relationships and love, friendship and becoming a hero. Sounds like the makings of a new Disney classic to us. Yep - we're in!


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Here's what Disney Studios has to say about their newest film: 
“Hiro Hamada’s older brother Tadashi has created a cutting-edge robot, Baymax, who’s designed to take care of people,” says director Don Hall (“Winnie the Pooh”). “Baymax’s one programmed desire is ‘How can I help?’ He’s filled with compassion. And Hiro is a teenager who has lost his way— their personalities play off each other in a way that is both funny and heartwarming.” 


When a devastating event befalls the city of San Fransokyo and catapults Hiro into the midst of danger, he turns to Baymax and his brilliant fellow nerds: adrenaline junkie GoGo 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.”


“There’s a mysterious masked villain who is up to no good,” says director Chris Williams (“Bolt”). “Hiro takes it upon himself to find out who this guy is and what he’s plotting to do. Hiro intends to stop him—no matter what. “It’s really a hero’s journey,” Williams continues. “The friendship Hiro forms with Baymax opens his eyes to what it really means to be a hero.”


Producer Roy Conli (“Tangled”) says that family—the kind that you’re born with and the kind you find—is at the core of the movie. “It’s a powerful theme that audiences relate to,” says Conli. “The nuances of the relationships in deeply emotional films like ‘Bambi’ or ‘The Lion King’ are so interesting. There’s something about these stories that can really touch people.


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Enjoy these fun activities for your family:




BIG HERO 6 opens in theaters everywhere on November 7th!


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Disclosure: We were not compensated for this post. We were invited to a screening as members of the media. Thank you Disney Pictures! The opinions on this blog are 100% magical and 100% our own.

1 comment:

  1. Movies definitely impact the youth. Though some young people are hit worse who have not had ample time to develop the brain capacity to evaluate the actual consequences of their actions.

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