Big Hero 6 is the story of Hiro Hamada and his quest for vengeance about his brother’s death. If you put it that way, it doesn’t sound like a kid’s movie.
It does, however, catches your attention by the technology being displayed in the movie. With the young Hiro, who is just 14, able to conceive a lot of advanced imagination we could only think of.
I think that the movie is all about perspectives. We can develop technology but the way we use it is a lot more important. And what about what happens to us? Can we channel it into something positive or are we going to dig our own holes and hibernate in them?
The cutest character may have been born from this movie – Baymax. He is originally created to help with healthcare but Hiro’s intentions wanted him to do otherwise. But, it is important to note that he does not succumb to this intentions despite the fact that he’s a programmable robot. This shows a lot more human side of technology that we don’t usually see.
Big Hero 6 is a heart-warming movie of coming-of-age mixed with imaginative technology.