Ryan Potter, Scott Adsit, Daniel Henney, T.J. Miller, Jamie Chung, Damon Wayans Jr., Génesis Rodríguez, Maya Rudolph, James Cromwell, Alan Tudyk, Stan Lee, Katie Lowes, Daniel Gerson, Billy Bush
When a devastating event befalls the city of San Fransokyo and catapults Hiro (Ryan Potter) into the midst of danger, he turns to Baymax (Scott Adsit) and his close friends adrenaline junkie Go Go Tomago (Jamie Chung), neatnik Wasabi (Damon Wayans Jr.), chemistry whiz Honey Lemon (Génesis Rodríguez) and fanboy Fred (T.J. Miller). Determined to uncover the mystery, Hiro transforms his friends into a band of high-tech heroes called "Big Hero 6."
Inspired by the Marvel superhero team of the same name, Big Hero 6 is a beautiful film - one of the best animated films I've seen in a while - and it has the whole package: action, adventure, comedy and emotions. It teaches you revenge is useless, and that you don't need to be related to someone to consider them part of the family.
The city of San Fransokyo, which combines the east and west coast, is spectacular. The characters are great, and the female characters finally don't have any need to find a man - one of the things about Frozen that annoyed me. The animation is great, so the colours. Moved by revenge, which is pretty recurrent in Marvel's comic books, the villain is great, not granted and definitely one of the best in Disney's history.
I suggest you to watch the ending credit: something cool is coming after that.
Baymax: It is okay to cry. Crying is a natural response to pain.