Recently, I just watched the movie Big Hero 6, for the tenth time. Big Hero 6 is a popular movie in 2014. It is a 3-D computer-animated superhero film, by Walt Disney Animation Studios.
Big Hero 6 is a nice movie, indeed. But if you are watching with a young child, make sure to have the presence of parental guidance. The movie Big Hero 6 is a superhero movie. The difference I saw with that movie with other superhero movies is that other movies are really far from Science. Flying human? (defying the laws of gravity) A human with the speed of light? (man, even spaceships that are attracted from gravity are burned) Big Hero 6 has powers too, but you see, their power came from the suit, not the hand, or another body part, which includes Science. Another thing that I liked (may also find in other movies) is that it is by teamwork. They achieved their mission by their team. Also, it showed there their loyalty for friends. There are a lot of moral lessons in the Big Hero 6, (some of the moral lessons is not from the movie plot itself, some of them are from the other scenes of the movie) if you want me to tackle it one by one, here is the list:
Don’t be boastful/Don’t underestimate
As you can see in the first part of the video, Little Yama is a large robot that is very strong and the owner underestimated Hiro’s robot in which is stronger.
When your guardians are mad at you, it means that they love you
For the next scene, Aunt Cass was very mad at them because they were captured by the police because of the Bot Fighting.
Change for the good
When Hiro tried to go to that Bot Fight again, Tadashi did change Hiro’s mind by going into the Nerd Lab which indeed, changed Hiro’s mind because he wanted Science.
Never give up
Hiro tried to give up when he couldn’t come up an idea for the presentation he would make, but Tadashi didn’t give up on him.
If you are in danger, run for your life
Nothing is safer but to run when you are in danger. Like what Hiro and his friends did when Callaghan tried to catch them.
Learn to control your emotions
Both Hiro and Professor Callaghan did this mistake—when Hiro was out of his mind and tried to kill Professor Callaghan and when Professor Callaghan became a villain because of his loss of daughter.
When you are trying to achieve something, nothing is better when you are going to do it by team.