Big Hero 6 is another Disney animated feature done the right way... mostly. The opening robot fight scene set the stage for a fun adventure. The animation in this movie was incredibly fluid, colorful, and vibrant. There wasn't motion blur and each scene contained an incredible amount of detail.
As a teacher, I love that in the future Hiro still gets out a pencil and paper to brainstorm ideas. God bless you pencil and paper! Disney setup the future well in this movie. There is some creative future-tech involving robots and wind turbines, but daily surroundings are still the same; Aunt Cass still watches TV.
Disney always seems to throw in some adult humor, and low-battery drunk Baymax (I first thought it was Betamax) was great! Baymax's constant literalism injected some timely humor. I watched this one undistracted and I caught Stan Lee in the family portrait the first time it was shown. Did I miss anything else?
Baymax stole the show for me. Hiro and the supporting characters were all done well, but I can't remember much about them individually. I'm assuming it was supposed to be that way.
I did have a couple of gripes. The flow of the story was incredibly predictable. I appreciated a few of the plot twists with the characters, but it was easy to see what was coming next. Also, the writers created an incredibly vibrant, colorful city yet during the car chase it's abandoned. How is Disney not over this girls with big eyes thing? Maybe it's from seeing Frozen a dozen times, but why do they do this?
PS: Why does Disney "Fast Play" involve watching more previews?