Revolving around a boy who suddenly befriends and takes a great liking to a superficial being amongst a generic group of friends, the plot of Big Hero 6 is considerably weak and cliché, subsequently leaving its plot twists predictable, therefore having very little impact on the viewer.
That being said, it is the tone and 'heart' of "Big Hero 6" that makes it such a thrill to experience. Even in the thick of the thin plot, its only major downfall, the film feels wonderfully fresh, especially with its fictional location of San Fransokyo, a bustling city that is comprised of awe-inspiring visuals, all thanks to the advances in animation, aiding to bring even the most generic characters just a little bit closer to real life. Whilst it can be easy to miss a lot of it when being immersed in the film, the attention to detail in the animation is wonderful and makes this film pop in a very vibrant and lively way that we have not seen in a Disney film before.
The humour, for the most part, is light-hearted and though not extremely witty, it is guaranteed to make you laugh at the innocent (and even not so innocent) jokes scattered throughout. This innocence is definitely present in the film's more emotional moments, which it handles with great delicacy and is one of the key factors in making "Big Hero 6" feel so human, making us able to relate to the characters even more and enjoy their story in the film's otherwise predictable plot line.
I have hammered this point excessively but while the plot is much too simple, the movie's execution is pinpoint and I believe that "Big Hero 6" succeeds in being the film it wants to be; containing the action usually found from a superhero movie genre but coupled with Disney's more magical and yet down-to-earth 'human' moments. The fresh take on the superhero genre and the beat followed in the tender 'heart' of the film will create a long lasting impression and inevitable love for the characters at the end of the cinematic journey, leaving you yearning for more.
"Big Hero 6" is so close to being on par with Pixar's "The Incredibles" but that obviously does not mean that you shouldn't watch this film, I would highly recommend it.