Monday, December 29, 2014

Big Hero Win

I just went to see Big Hero 6 this past weekend, and what a treat. It's one of Disney's best in their recent return to making hits. Tangled was the first of the new batch for me that I truly enjoyed. Frozen didn't hit the mark for me quite as much (even though there was a lot I did enjoy). But Big Hero 6 was definitely more of what I wanted. It was almost tailored for me. The designs, the story, the setting and universe. It was fantastic. A big 'Baymax Fist bump' to all those artists at Disney. Really really great work.

I think my girlfriend Kelly even enjoyed it more than I did, but Baymax really tipped the scale for her.

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