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Big Hero 6
When tragedy strikes teenager Hiro, his big brother's robotic "health care companion" Baymax is there to help him pick up the pieces. But, a mysterious masked man begins terrorising the East-meets-West city of San Fransokyo, meaning Hiro, Baymax and their goofy robotic engineering pals must suit up to protect the city. With a touching relationship at its heart and fuelled by a terrific sense of humour, the 2015 Oscar-winner for Best Animated Film is another rip-roaring triumph for Disney Pixar.
Director: Don Hall
Starring: Scott Adsit, Ryan Potter, Daniel Henney, TJ Miller, Jamie Chung
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