Big Hero 6
Sometimes the hero you get is not the hero you expect, and in the case of Big Hero 6 this is certainly the case. Big Hero 6 features the very first partnership between Marvel Comics and Walt Disney Pictures. It features the superhero team and is completely done in 3D computer animation. The film stars a young robotic genius named Hiro Hamada voiced by Ryan Potter and his robot/hero Baymax who is voiced by Scott Adsit. Baymax is unique given the fact that he is inflatable, leading to a long host of bubble jokes and similar self-deprecating humor. Hiro built Baymax to be a healthcare companion; therefore, Baymax is always looking at how he can help others. Even though he is a robot it is clear that he feels and cares. The pair accidentally discover a criminal plot and decide that they have to do something about it. They do so by putting together a mismatched group of crime-fighters. The dynamics of the oddball group lend as much to the humor as does the plot line propelling the film along and making it fun for the entire family.