ORIGINAL DATE OF REVIEW: February 10, 2015
My son, who is 3 years old, has already watched this movie in cinema with my mother-in-law. But I and hubby haven’t. So upon getting a chance to watch at home, we did.
The intro scene itself is amazing. What I like most is that brother-relationship. I have a brother and sister so I know the feeling of siblings-relationship, INCREDIBLE. But as the story goes on I feel emotional because of death of some characters. Well that’s too sad for a kid’s movie right? But the gift Hiro received is incomparable. It shows that his brother love him, unconditionally. I can feel Hiro’s rage. Losing a love-one is such a pain. But it’s good that there are people beside him that remind him how beautiful life is… And so he didn’t became that bad he supposed to be because of revenge.
Fathers love is also shown on the movie. Depicting that father can do everything to show how lovable they are for their children. And that story ended well, though there are sacrifices made.
EMOTIONAL. Though it’s not a love story, I shed a tear watching this movie. I cried coz of Tadashi death, Baymax care for Hiro, losing Baymax at the portal, return of Baymax at the ending part… It’s so emotional yet overwhelming. It also portrays FRIENDSHIP and TRUST. And so, this movie is now listed on my 3D-FAVE-MOVIES which includes ‘Up’ and ‘Toy Story Series’ and ‘Mars Needs Moms’. And for that, I’m rating it as 4.5 stars… J