Along with Hiro, there is his brother Tadashi and their friends: adrenaline junkie Go Go Tamago, neatnik Wasabi, chemistry whiz Honey Lemon and fanboy Fred.
When a devastating and unexpected event takes place, the plot starts to unfold and the action starts.
Hiro turns to Baymax ( a rather large inflated medical balloon) and along with his friends, they try to resolve the mystery to what has happened to Hiro's brother.
There were parts I didn't like, when a special person died it made me think about how I would feel if my friend died and I felt sad.
I did learn a lesson from this movie, even if the worst thing happens to you, you shouldn't be bad back as it just will not help the situation, you should always try to stay positive.
Alyssa's Little Opinion: I liked this movie but I had lots of questions. I didn't like it when someone important died, that was very sad. Who is the professor ? I don't understand what happened too him ?
Baymax the big white balloon, he was funny and made me laugh, I liked him alot.
There were some great moments and then times when the movie was slow.
Because of the storyline I wouldn't recommend it to pre-schoolers, although our 5 year old enjoyed the movie, days later she is still asking questions and cannot quite understand what was happening.
There are a few violent scenes and also some very sad scenes to watch out for.
I would recommend the movie for kids 6+ and for the younger ones I am sure they will enjoy it, but you just may be still trying to explain the movie days later !!!!
- The movie is rated PG (for action and peril, some rude humour)
- The movie runs for 1 hour and 33mins
- In cinemas nationally in Australia from December 2014
- Check out the below trailer....