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Don’t Miss Big Hero 6 and Short Film Feast (Review)

Disclosure: I was invited to a private screening in exchange for my thoughts.

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I’m not going to spoil any of the goodness from Big Hero 6 or Feast, but I am going to give you a sneak peak into my thoughts and tell you that taking your family to the movies this weekend is a must.  Trust me you won’t be disappointed. Start by getting to the movies in time for the previews. The Disney short film Feast is a fantastic foodie love story.


 

Big Hero 6 takes you to San Fransokyo where Hiro Hamada, the prodigy teenager takes us on an adventurous life ride.  From his devastating life events to his amazing smarts you immediately become fascinated with Hiro’s well-being. As events unfold Hiro is tested, it’s refreshing to watch someone’s story unfold that isn’t picture perfect. Focused around robotics and STEM, Hiro and Baymax become the unlikely heroes.  I laughed, I cried and I fell in love with the characters in Big Hero 6.

There is just enough action packed adventure to keep younger ones interested, a lot of comedy which will appeal to all age groups and a story line that will tug at your heartstrings. I love this movie from beginning to end. Surprisingly enough my three year old and five year old are on the same page as me FOR ONCE.  Are we ever all three in sync at the same time, rarely? In fact, we have never seen a movie together that the three of us have all fallen in love with.


Big Hero 6 is in theaters 11/7 follow @DisneysBigHero6 on twitter.

Michelle
Michelle is a thirty-something wife, mother to three boys and a daughter on the way. A Thrifty Diva Surviving Motherhood is an online editorial about life and styles of a family of 5. You can also find Michelle at TexanFlavor.com , instagram, Twitter and facebook
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