This followed by two films released in the same year, namely Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno on August 1, 2014, and Rurouni Kenshin: The Legend Ends which was released on September 13, 2014.
Towards the end of the year, there are still several other anticipated films that will come as a sweet ending. Of course, animated films are one of the most sought-after film categories this year. One of the newest animated films from Disney, Big Hero 6, is enlivening theaters in this country. What makes this one animated film worth seeing?
The Robot Genius Meets an Adorable Robot
Hiro Hamada, a genius who has graduated from high school at the age of 13, has an interest in joining the university which is entered by his older brother, Tadashi Hamada. To be able to enter and continue studying at the university, Hiro must present a finding as an entrance exam. Hiro manages to make an interesting find and finally gets a university acceptance letter, but a tragedy occurs which makes Hiro's life change.
Still, in his sad time, the robot by Tadashi named Baymax is active to then help Hiro to get back "healthy" by doing various ways to heal him, as well as looking for a mysterious Kabuki masked man who had stolen and used Hiro's findings for his gain. Who is this mysterious man and why did he have to use Hiro's discovery that should have been destroyed? Hiro was determined to find out with the help of Baymax and Tadashi's four friends at university, Go Go, Wasabi, Honey Lemon, and Fred.
One of the Best Animated Films of 2014!
The thing that stands out the most from this animated film Big Hero 6 is the quality of the animation. The character design is quite simple, but it can provide its uniqueness for each character. Every expression and movement, at the same time supported by the ability of the voice actors, can provide the right nuances and emotions in every scene.
The story that is told in Big Hero 6 is short, is quite simple, and quite predictable. Even so, this film can provide emotional feelings as well as trigger laughter at the behavior of the characters, especially the funny and adorable behavior of Baymax. This film does not offer a very detailed explanation of the background of each character, but this is not a fatal problem because Big Hero 6 itself is more intended for animation that can be digested easily for all ages. This, of course, is also supported by moral values and messages that can be taken, especially those related to family and friends.
The ability of Walt Disney Animation Studios itself in developing animated films is not in doubt. The Big Hero 6 film which was adapted based on the Marvel comics, even though it has a plot as well as different characters from the original comic, is packaged quite interestingly and is suitable for children and adults to watch if they want to spend the weekend with their family. And of course, for a maximum viewing experience, watching Big Hero 6 in 3D can be a choice.
Eight Adorable Facts About Big Hero 6
Laughing, exasperated, then moved. The series of emotions will surround the audience, the story of Hiro Hamada and the fat robot Baymax in Big Hero 6. Disney was once again successful in making animated films.
Beyond the adorable Baymax and the emotional relationship between the robot and Hiro, some unique things need to be known. Quoting IMDb, here are eight things about the Big Hero 6 outside the cinema screen.
Big Hero 6 is the third Disney animated film by Alan Tudyk. The two previous films were Wreck-It Ralph (2012) and Frozen (2013). Interestingly, all of these films grossed nearly US $ 50 million or around Rp.596 billion in their first week.
The first animated film
Big Hero 6 is the first Marvel animated film screened and made by Disney Animation Studios. Although, the story doesn't share the same universe as the live-action films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Unlike the comic,
although it is based on the Marvel comic of the same name, there are many changes such as the name, location setting, ethnic origin of the characters, story background, and a little storyline.
Pruning of characters
Two important characters from the Big Hero 6 comic, Silver Samurai and Sunfire are not included in this film. Because 20th Century Fox has taken them for affiliation in X-Men.
Baymax Inspiration Baymax,
the inflatable robot made of vinyl and designed to be comfortable to hug was inspired by soft robotics being researched at Carnegie Mellon University. Baymax's face design was inspired by a Japanese bell named Suzu.
Watch the camera spotlight as Hiro Hamada and Baymax leave the police station, with the robot carrying duct tape. There are two pictures on the police desk. Both are images of Esther, a supervisor from Elmwood City. Animal Shelter and Bolt, characters from other Disney animated films.
The film Bolt itself was directed by Chris Williams, who was also involved in Big Hero 6. Frozen
In the Big Hero 6 trailer, there are other surprises. Still, at the police station when Hiro and Baymax reported, there was "Wanted" written on the wall. The image is Hans, a character in the animated film Frozen. In the film, the prince who comes from the Southern Isles comes to the kingdom of Arendelle to kill Elsa and Anna.
Hiro's 'Family' and Baymax's
character Wasabi No-Ginger doesn't get his last name in the film. He is only known as Wasabi. Meanwhile, Fred's monster costume was inspired by his strength in comics which can turn into a giant monster.