Spoiler Free!Big Hero 6
Rotten Tomatoes: 88%
I'm going to agree with the critics and all the peeps at IMDB and say this was a really good movie! Gotta love it when Disney does somethin' different and sciency. Hehehe. Princesses are great and all by scifi is where it's at, baby. Sadly most of their scifi movies don't pay off (Treasure Planet, Atlantis: The Lost Empire) but this time they seem to be making their money back on it which is always a relief. :3
Annnnyway. One of the best things about this movie is that it isn't a love story!
Not that love stories are bad, but it's nice to take a break and make a movie about family and friendship. 's right. No awkward teenage romances.
Even though the commercials trick you into thinking it's a movie about kids beating a villain, it's secretly about dealing with loss with a dash of revenge thrown in.
I won't tell you more because I'm always spoiler free, but if you're still not interested at least see it for Baymax. No cuter robot around!Interstellar
Rotten Tomatoes: 74%
It's funny how the critics and the plebs disagree at times.
I'm going to throw my opinion in with the common people on this one and say I really thoroughly enjoyed this movie. It's a little too long perhaps but I'm willing to let it slide this time because I think they were going for a 2001: A Space Odyssey
vibe. Sometimes it's also a little corny, but I don't mind that either.
They also secretly threw a robot into this movie that the previews neglected to show us. Heehee.
As you probably know from the previews the story is that the earth is becoming so that it can no longer sustain life and people are looking for a new home. It's a common story for scifi to delve into, but this time thankfully the earth isn't rejecting life because of something stupid like pollution.
Like Big Hero 6, this movie is also secretly about something other than black holes and planets covered in ice. Mm-hmm. You'll find out when you go see it.
And now I'll always associate the two movies because I saw them in the same weekend. Even though they're nothing