Disclaimer: I was provided with some of the Big Hero 6 for purposes of this review. However, comments here are all my own. Affiliate links included.
I don’t know about you, but I wouldn’t be sad if our Frozen DVD would stop working for just a day or two.
I’ve been trying for a couple of months to get a break (after the Frozen-themed birthday party and no Halloween), so thankfully Disney released another movie for us to get excited about with Big Hero 6.
Inspired by the Marvel comic book, the movie follows Hiro and his inflatable robot Baymax build their own gang so they can take onaa kabuki-masked villain. Featured voices in the film include Damon Wayans Jr., Maya Rudolph, and Ryan Potter.
While we didn’t make it out for opening weekend, I counted their request at more than 10 times to go.
So until then we watched the trailer…also about 10 times.
Taking them to the movies wasn’t really on the to-do list, but they weren’t about to be put off by another home viewing of Frozen.
But toys can be a good distraction.
Of course, every little boy wants another mask, especially when it has a flying fist. Thankfully this one is soft and styrofoam lined.
Baymax flies, makes noise and more. You’ll hate this toy, but your kids will LOVE it.
These will be on the hot list for holiday especially for the boys, so better to snag these up when you find them.
Remember Frozen toys about six months ago?