Eraser – L eliminatore (1996).BRrip.XviD – Italian English Ac3 5.1 – Sub Ita Eng.MIRCrew

Eraser – L eliminatore (1996).BRrip.XviD – Italian English Ac3 5.1 – Sub Ita Eng.MIRCrew



Eraser – Leliminatore (1996)




Titolo originale Eraser

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"Big Hero 6" Review


Starring Ryan Potter, Scott Asdit, Daniel Henney, T.J. Miller, Jamie Chung, Damon Wayans Jr., Génesis Rodriguez, James Cromwell, Alan Tudyk, and Maya Rudolph. Rated PG for action and peril, some rude humor, and thematic elements. 105 minutes.

It seems that ever since about 2009, Disney has been on top of the world. They’ve acquired Marvel and Lucasfilm, they’re making huge amounts of money, and after a bit of dry spell in the mid-2000s, they’ve gone back to making quality animated films. After TangledWreck-It Ralph and Frozen, Disney has gained my complete trust. So does their new film Big Hero 6 live up to the Disney name? Yes, yes it does.

Premise: Robotics enthusiast Hiro Hamada (Ryan Potter) teams up with lovable medical robot Baymax (Scott Asdit) in order to track down his brother’s killer.

Pros: Visual excellence is to be expected from Disney, but Big Hero 6 is nothing short of breathtaking to look at. The animation, character and location designs, and cinematography (or the closest animation equivalent) were all crisp, clear, and utterly dazzling. The film also delivers on the action front, taking sequences that would be difficult to create even in live-action and making them really exciting.

The film strikes a great tonal balance. On one hand, all of the humor works very well. There’s several really big laughs and a bunch of good giggles, probably making Big Hero 6 one of the best comedies of the year. But there’s also a lot of heartfelt scenes, with Hiro trying to grapple with the loss of his brother and learning the value of friendship. Even the death of Tadashi, which I saw coming, was handled in such a way that its predictability didn’t matter and the tragedy completely took over.

I really liked the main cast. Hiro and Baymax get the most screen time and are clearly the focus of the story, and their interactions are funny and touching. But they’re not alone in their quest for justice. Backing them up are are a diverse group of heroes with fun personalities. GoGo (Jamie Chung) is the cool, edgy tomboy, while Honey Lemon (Génesis Rodriguez) is geeky, intelligent, and downright adorable. Wasabi (Damon Wayans Jr.) is probably the most realistic character in the whole movie, being as terrified as any of us would be if we had to be superheroes. Even Fred (T.J. Miller) is a great addition, and Miller bounces back after an abysmal performance in the latest Transformers movie. All in all, a wonderful group of characters that are all very fun and lovable.

Big Hero 6 does what a lot of superhero movies fail to do; make the origin story fresh and new. The characters and world are built to perfection, and there’s not a moment wasted on unimportant things. The focus here is on the story and characters, and exploring their origins works toward the benefit of the movie.

Cons: Disney has created some of my favorite villains in cinematic history. When you’ve made characters as cool as Scar, Maleficent, Jafar, Gaston, Ursula, Shere Khan and Judge Claude Frollo, you’ve got the benefit of the doubt when it comes to villains. Sadly, the villain in Big Hero 6 isn’t very interesting. Before his identity is revealed Yokai is menacing and a competent threat. But as soon as his true identity is revealed he falls apart. His motivation made no sense, and the way his character arc is resolved leaves a lot to be desired.

Verdict: It may not reach the heights of Wreck-It Ralph and has a fairly lame villain, but Big Hero 6 is an exciting, funny, dramatic movie that offers further proof that Disney is the boss when it comes to movies. Kids are sure to enjoy it, but more mature audiences will be enthralled by the endearing characters and good storytelling.

Score: 8/10