Excerpt: La primera fusión animada entre Disney y Marvel queda como una película notable, pero no brillante. La magia inicial da paso a los fuegos artificiales y a la diversión para la chavalada, y lo cierto es que tampoco hay que pedirle más.
Excerpt: For all the fanciful superhero hijinks Big Hero 6 has to offer, for all the many hilarious jokes and genuinely breathtaking action sequences, what Don Hall and Chris Williams’ film captures best is the heartbreaking-turned-heartwarming emotional journey of its Hiro.
Excerpt: a terrific film in its first half, where screenwriters…have rejiggered the characters into a bunch of science and engineering geeks, but once its super hero aspects kick in, the film becomes derivative and tedious.
Excerpt: Beneath the surface of the film’s sleek design and seamless animation (not to mention the fact that a futuristic setting allows it to exist separately from the continuity of the MCU) the shift away from live-action gives Big Hero 6 a different emotional tone to its predecessors. In short: being a cartoon allows Big Hero 6 to be both goofier and more earnest than Iron Man et al.
Excerpt: Big Hero 6 me parece que está bien, aunque no comparto la euforia general, ya que aunque visualmente es sobresaliente, con unas escenas de acción increíblemente buenas, y de tener muchísimo encanto y ser divertida, el guión es bastante flojo.
Excerpt: Big Hero 6 not only has what it takes to be a witty, vibrant, lump-in-your-throat entertainment enjoyed by kids and parents alike, but the fact that it has a heart as big as Baymax makes it that much more special.
Excerpt: It takes just about every comic book cliché and throws them into a Pixar cuisinart and tries to make something new and family-friendly via melding the various Disney brands, but what comes out the other side is dull and predictable and lacking in any clever spin on the material.
Excerpt: Of all the recent Disney animated features Big Hero 6 is the most engaging. It’s a fun little movie that meshes a Pixar-style animated adventure with a palette borrowed from anime, while cashing in the billion dollar superhero juggernaut that the Disney studio is currently making possible.
Excerpt: The best part of Big Hero 6 was the touching, heart-warming short film, Feast, that preceded it, that tells the tale of a dog’s life. There was more heart and emotion in that five minute film than in the bloated entirety of Big Hero 6.
Frank Swietek @ One Guys Opinion
Excerpt: Basically a genial, good-natured boys’ adventure, and if it stumbles somewhat in the second hour, when it becomes more derivative and action-oriented, it remains likable to the end.