Before my son and I went to see the Big Hero 6 I wasn't exactly too sure on what it was about. Yeah I had seen the movie trailers on the tv but I either didn't see the whole thing or remembered much of them. Pretty much the only thing that I new about Big Hero 6 was that it had a white robot that looked like an adorable marshmallow. Who by the way is seriously the most awesome character in this movie.
The screening that we saw was in 3D which if you've read of my other movie reviews, you'll know that I'm not a big fan of 3D movies. That is unless the movie has parts where it feels like things are coming out of the screen at me. Big Hero 6 doesn't have any of that and all the 3D aspect did was make everything of course seem more dimensional. So if you're like me when it comes to 3D than I would suggest using the extra money on something from the concession stand. Side note: I spent $5 on a medium soda. Wow did snacks/drinks become super freaking expensive.
Storyline wise the movie flowed evenly and fluidly. I never once thought a scene was taking too long, didn't feel right or out of place. Nor did I want the movie to hurry up and end. Yes I did cry, I tend to do that, but it couldn't be helped. The scene was sad even if it did fit in perfectly with the movie. The underlying message of the movie is one that any kid, or adult, can take to heart. The message that I got from it is that even when you are going through a tough time where your heart is broken, let your friends be there for you because they can help ease some of the pain and help bring you to terms and back to life.