Big Hero 6

Big Hero 6 may refer to: Big Hero 6 (comics), a team of superheroes appearing in Marvel Comics Big Hero 6 (film), a 2014 computer-animated superhero film based on the comics characters Big Hero 6: The Series, an animated series based on the 2014 film Big Hero 6

Production: Walt Disney Pictures
  Won 1 Oscar. Another 16 wins & 57 nominations.
 
IMDB:
7.8
Metacritic:
74
Rotten Tomatoes:
89%
PG
Year:
2014
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9,885 Views

Hiro:
Okay. If my aunt asks, we were at school all day. Got it?

Baymax:
[loudly] We jumped out a window!

Hiro:
No! Quiet! Shhh!

Baymax:
[whispering] Shhh! We jumped out a window!

Hiro:
You can't say things like that around Aunt Cass. Shhh!

Baymax:
Shhh! [Hiro walks up the stairs. Baymax tries to follow and faceplants on the first step, then pops back up] Shhh!

Cass:
Hiro? You home, sweetie?

Hiro:
Uh, that's right.

Cass:
I thought I heard you. Hi.

Hiro:
[casually] H-Hey, Aunt Cass.

Cass:
Oh, look at my little college man. Oh, I can't wait to hear all about it! Oh, and wings are almost ready.

Baymax:
Weeee!

Hiro:
[whispers] Will you be quiet!

Cass:
Yeah, weeee! Weeooh! [as Hiro desperately tries to push Baymax upstairs, unseen] All right, get ready to have your face melted! You are gonna feel these things tomorrow, you know what I'm saying? Okay, sit down, tell me everything. [She turns around and Hiro's not there]

Hiro:
[hurrying back down the stairs] Um, the thing is, since I registered so late, I've got a lot of school stuff to catch up on. [Loud thud]

Cass:
What was that?

Hiro:
Mochi. Ooh, that darn cat! [notices Mochi rubbing up against his legs]

Cass:
Well, at least take a plate for the road, okay? [Hiro quickly tosses Mochi into his room] Don't work too hard.

Hiro:
Thanks for understanding.

Baymax:
[petting Mochi] Hairy baby! Hairy baaaby!

Hiro:
All right, come on.

Baymax:
Health care, your pers... personal Baymax companion.

Hiro:
One foot in front of the other. [Baymax tries to step into his charger, and keeps missing the step]

Baymax:
[Approaches Hiro after activating in his bedroom] Hello. I am Baymax, your personal healthcare companion.

Hiro:
[Surprised] Uh, hey. Bay-Baymax, I didn't know you were still... active.

Baymax:
I heard a sound of distress. What seems to be the trouble?

Hiro:
Oh, I just stubbed my toe a little. I'm fine.

Baymax:
On a scale of one to ten, how would you rate your pain?

Hiro:
A zero? I'm-I'm okay, really. Thanks. You can shrink now.

Baymax:
Does it hurt when I touch it? [Reaches down to touch Hiro's foot]

Hiro:
No, no, no, that's okay. No, no touching. I'm fi–

[He trips over a toolbox and falls backwards into the space between his bed and his desk. He tries to squeeze out but realizes he's stuck.]

Baymax:
You have fallen.

Hiro:
Ya think?

[Hiro tries to get himself up by grabbing onto a shelf with toy robots on it. The shelf breaks, and the robots fall on Hiro one-by-one. Each time Hiro says "Ow", Baymax asks him how he would rate his pain.]

Baymax:
On a scale of one to ten, how would you rate your pain?

Hiro:
[Irritated] Zero.

Baymax:
It is alright to cry.

Hiro:
No! No, no, no, no, no!

Baymax:
[Picks up Hiro and cradles him like a baby] Crying is a natural response to pain.

Hiro:
[Jumps out of Baymax's arms] I'm not crying!

Baymax:
I will scan you for injuries.

Hiro:
[Firmly] DON'T scan me.

Baymax:
Scan complete.

Hiro:
Unbelievable!

Baymax:
You have sustained no injuries. However, your hormone and neurotransmitter levels indicate that you are experiencing mood swings, common in adolescence. Diagnosis: puberty.

Hiro:
[Surprised] Whoa, what?!

[Hiro is sneaking a low-battery and loopy Baymax into his house without his aunt noticing.]

Hiro:
Okay. If my aunt asks, we were at school all day. Got it?

Baymax:
[Loopy] WE JUMPED OUT A WINDOW!

Hiro:
No! Quiet! Shh!

Baymax:
[Trying and failing to whisper] Shh! We jumped out a window!

Hiro:
[Whispering] You can't say things like that around Aunt Cass? Shh...

Baymax:
Shh...

[Hiro walks up the stairs. Baymax tries to follow and face-plants on the first step, then pops back up]

Baymax:
Shh!

Cass:
Hiro? You home, sweetie?

Hiro:
Uh... that's right!

Cass:
I thought I heard you. Hi.

[She walks over to the stairs, where Hiro is casually leaning against the rail.]

Hiro:
[Nervously] H-Hey, Aunt Cass.

Cass:
Oh, look at my little college man. Oh, I can't wait to hear all about it! Oh, and wings are almost ready.

Baymax:
Weeee!

[Hiro does a double take, then quickly pushes Baymax out of sight.]

Hiro:
[Whispering] Will you be quiet!

Cass:
[Thinking it was Hiro] Yeah, wiiiiings! Weeooh!

[As Hiro desperately tries to bring Baymax up to his room, unseen]

Cass:
All right, get ready to have your face melted! You are gonna feel these things tomorrow, you know what I'm saying? Okay, sit down, tell me everything.

[She turns around and Hiro's not there]

Hiro:
[Hurrying back down the stairs] Um, the thing is, since I registered so late, I've got a lot of school stuff to catch up on.

[Loud thud from upstairs, Hiro freezes]

Cass:
What was that?

Hiro:
[Thinks up an answer] ...Mochi! Ooh, that darn cat!

[He looks down to see Mochi rubbing up against his legs]

Cass:
Well, at least take a plate for the road, okay?

[Hiro quickly tosses Mochi up the stairs before Aunt Cass can see him]

Cass:
Don't work too hard.

Hiro:
Thanks for understanding.

[He walks up into his room.]

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