History Disney / BigHero6

18th Jan '16 1:20:15 AM Mad_Spy
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** During the visit, Callaghan does the same thing, noting the winning robot fights with Hiro's bot is easy, while his course is hard and it's students go on to change the world.
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** During the visit, Callaghan does the same thing, noting the winning robot fights with Hiro's bot is easy, while his course is hard and it's its students go on to change the world.

* TranslationStyleChoices: There are a lot of intersting differences between the [[SeparatedByACommonLanguage mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan translations.]] None of them tried to phonetically translate Baymax: mainland used "Big White", Taiwan (somehow) got [[NoodleIncident "Cup Noodle"]], and Hong Kong is the only version to incorporate his original purpose: "Medical God", which is incidentally the same name as the translated name of ''{{Series/House}}.'' Another case is Honey Lemon: Taiwan translated it fully phonetically, resulting in a name that has no apparent meaning but definitely looks pretty, Hong Kong literally made her share her name with the honey lemonade drink, and mainland is [[GoldenMeanFallacy stuck in between the two]] with "Honey" translated phonetically and "Lemon" by its meaning and is left with a rather awkward name.
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* TranslationStyleChoices: There are a lot of intersting interesting differences between the [[SeparatedByACommonLanguage mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan translations.]] None of them tried to phonetically translate Baymax: mainland used "Big White", Taiwan (somehow) got [[NoodleIncident "Cup Noodle"]], and Hong Kong is the only version to incorporate his original purpose: "Medical God", which is incidentally the same name as the translated name of ''{{Series/House}}.'' Another case is Honey Lemon: Taiwan translated it fully phonetically, resulting in a name that has no apparent meaning but definitely looks pretty, Hong Kong literally made her share her name with the honey lemonade drink, and mainland is [[GoldenMeanFallacy stuck in between the two]] with "Honey" translated phonetically and "Lemon" by its meaning and is left with a rather awkward name.
17th Jan '16 6:52:06 PM MyFinalEdits
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*** [[spoiler: It's worth noting that despite being angry with Hiro for trying to commit murder, nobody on the team ever actually yells at him for it, and seem to be more concerned with his dangerous state of mind.]]
17th Jan '16 6:47:13 PM JJHIL325
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** [[spoiler: Averted after the final battle and when Hiro gets Abigail out of the portal. As the team slips away, the cops arrive to stabilize the situation at Krei Tech HQ, get Abigail to the hospital, and to take Callaghan into custody.]]
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** [[spoiler: Averted after the final battle and when Hiro gets Abigail out of the portal. As the team slips away, the cops arrive to stabilize the situation at Krei Tech HQ, get Abigail to the hospital, and help the employees who were hurt. They are also the ones to take Callaghan into custody.custody so he can be tried for his crimes.]]
17th Jan '16 5:45:41 PM JJHIL325
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** [[spoiler: After Baymax helps Hiro get rid of his lust for revenge, he sees the error of his ways and begins to apologize to the rest of the team when Go-Go hugs him and assures him that they're going to take Callaghan down the right way.]]
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** [[spoiler: After Baymax helps Hiro get rid of his lust for revenge, he sees the error of his ways and begins to apologize to the rest of the team team. He's barely even started when Go-Go hugs him and assures him that they're going to take Callaghan down the right way.]] *** [[spoiler: It's worth noting that despite being angry with Hiro for trying to commit murder, nobody on the team ever actually yells at him for it, and seem to be more concerned with his dangerous state of mind.]]
16th Jan '16 10:39:49 PM MaskedAndDangerous
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* DeathByIrony: [[spoiler: Yokai attempts to invoke this on Alistair Krei by killing him with the same teleporter that enveloped Yokai's daughter]].
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* DeathByIrony: DeathByIrony: ** [[spoiler: Yokai attempts to invoke this on Alistair Krei by killing him with the same teleporter that enveloped Yokai's daughter]].daughter]]. ** [[spoiler: Similarly, Yokai narrowly avoids this happening to him when Hiro, the brother of the student whose accidental death he caused, attempts to murder him in revenge... just as he is planning on doing to Krei for the "death" of his daughter]]

* ThouShaltNotKill: Baymax has this built in as a primary protocol. [[spoiler: It can be removed, as Hiro later demonstrates, though upon reinstalling Baymax locks the access port to prevent it from happening again. The rest of the team was also ''less'' than thrilled when Hiro does the above, and are adamant about ''catching'' Yokai, not ''killing'' him, ''especially'' when he's defenceless.]]
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* ThouShaltNotKill: Baymax has this built in as a primary protocol. [[spoiler: It can be removed, as Hiro later demonstrates, though upon reinstalling Baymax locks the access port to prevent it from happening again. The rest of the team was also ''less'' than thrilled when Hiro does the above, and are adamant about ''catching'' Yokai, not ''killing'' him, ''especially'' when he's defenceless.defenseless.]]
28th Dec '15 8:10:42 PM HeraldAlberich
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* AerithAndBob: Subverted. There are names like Cass, Abigail, Fred, Hiro, and Tadashi alongside Gogo, Honey Lemon, and Wasabi -- but the latter three are [[OnlyKnownByTheirNickname nicknames]]. Wasabi makes it clear he doesn't particularly like his.
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* AerithAndBob: Subverted. There are names like Cass, Abigail, Fred, Hiro, and Tadashi alongside Gogo, [=GoGo=], Honey Lemon, and Wasabi -- but Wasabi--but the latter three are [[OnlyKnownByTheirNickname nicknames]]. Wasabi makes it clear he doesn't particularly like his.

--> '''[[http://miss-elsaba.tumblr.com/post/104006680891/ Hiro's entry after passing his microbots presentation:]]''' ''I'm going to celebrate with Tadashi and his friends. [[TemptingFate I can't wait to start classes!]]'' --> '''[[WhamShot Hiro's next entry:]]''' ''*[[ThatWasTheLastEntry TWO-PAGE SPREAD OF AGGRESSIVELY SCRIBBLED-OUT BLACKNESS]]*''
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--> '''[[http://miss-elsaba.tumblr.com/post/104006680891/ Hiro's entry after passing his microbots presentation:]]''' ''I'm I'm going to celebrate with Tadashi and his friends. [[TemptingFate I can't wait to start classes!]]'' classes!]] --> '''[[WhamShot Hiro's next entry:]]''' ''*[[ThatWasTheLastEntry ''[[[ThatWasTheLastEntry TWO-PAGE SPREAD OF AGGRESSIVELY SCRIBBLED-OUT BLACKNESS]]*''BLACKNESS]]]''

** "Are you satisfied with your care?" - Baymax again, used in a lighthearted scene at first and coming back throughout the movie.
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** "Are you satisfied with your care?" - Baymax care?"--Baymax again, used in a lighthearted scene at first and coming back throughout the movie.

--->"Will [[spoiler:terminating Callaghan]] improve your emotional state?"
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--->"Will --->'''Baymax:''' Will [[spoiler:terminating Callaghan]] improve your emotional state?"state?

--->"Is this what [[spoiler: Tadashi]] would have wanted?"
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--->"Is --->'''Baymax:''' Is this what [[spoiler: Tadashi]] would have wanted?" wanted?

--> '''Tadashi''': What would Mom and Dad say? --> '''Hiro''': I don't know. They died when I was three, remember?
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--> '''Tadashi''': -->'''Tadashi:''' What would Mom and Dad say? --> '''Hiro''': say?\\ '''Hiro:''' I don't know. They died when I was three, remember?

-->'''Wasabi''': If I wasn't just attacked by a guy in a kabuki mask, I think this would be the weirdest thing I've seen today. [...] My brain hates my eyes for seeing this.
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-->'''Wasabi''': -->'''Wasabi:''' If I wasn't just attacked by a guy in a kabuki mask, I think this would be the weirdest thing I've seen today. [...] My brain hates my eyes for seeing this.

** When Hiro first meets Baymax, he suggests to Tadashi that Baymax would charge faster if he used supercapacitors instead of a lithium-ion battery. Later in the movie, Baymax recharges in mere seconds -- apparently Tadashi took his brother's advice!
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** When Hiro first meets Baymax, he suggests to Tadashi that Baymax would charge faster if he used supercapacitors instead of a lithium-ion battery. Later in the movie, Baymax recharges in mere seconds -- apparently seconds--apparently Tadashi took his brother's advice!

* ChekhovsSkill: Hiro's friends' areas of scientific expertise are all shown in their introductory scene—Gogo's maglev bike, Wasabi's plasma laser cutter, and Honey's chemical know-how—and all of these end up as the focuses of their respective suits. Fred, on the other hand, has no scientific knowledge, but he sure knows how to spin a sign, which becomes useful in the climax.
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* ChekhovsSkill: Hiro's friends' areas of scientific expertise are all shown in their introductory scene—Gogo's scene—[=GoGo=]'s maglev bike, Wasabi's plasma laser cutter, and Honey's chemical know-how—and all of these end up as the focuses of their respective suits. Fred, on the other hand, has no scientific knowledge, but he sure knows how to spin a sign, which becomes useful in the climax.

* ComicBookMoviesDontUseCodenames: Inverted. We never learn the real names of Wasabi, Gogo and Honey Lemon.
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* ComicBookMoviesDontUseCodenames: Inverted. We never learn the real names of Wasabi, Gogo [=GoGo=] and Honey Lemon.

** At the climax, [[spoiler:Baymax]] sacrifices himself to save Hiro and the person they're rescuing. He's lost forever in the void --except [[spoiler:he gave Hiro the chip containing his programming, memory, and consciousness, so Hiro can build him a new body and bring him back.]]
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** At the climax, [[spoiler:Baymax]] sacrifices himself to save Hiro and the person they're rescuing. He's lost forever in the void --except void--except [[spoiler:he gave Hiro the chip containing his programming, memory, and consciousness, so Hiro can build him a new body and bring him back.]]

-->'''Gogo''': Why are we stopped?\\ '''Wasabi''': The light's red!\\ '''Gogo''': ''[[NotSoStoic THERE ARE NO RED LIGHTS]]'' '''''[[SuddenlyShouting IN A CAR CHASE!]]'''''
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-->'''Gogo''': -->'''[=GoGo=]:''' Why are we stopped?\\ '''Wasabi''': '''Wasabi:''' The light's red!\\ '''Gogo''': '''[=GoGo=]:''' ''[[NotSoStoic THERE ARE NO RED LIGHTS]]'' '''''[[SuddenlyShouting LIGHTS]] '''[[SuddenlyShouting IN A CAR CHASE!]]'''''

* EasilyForgiven: [[spoiler: After Baymax helps Hiro get rid of his lust for revenge, he sees the error of his ways and begins to apologize to the rest of the team when Go-Go hugs him and assures him that they're going to take Callahan down the right way.]] ** [[spoiler: Completely averted with Hiro to Callahan in the final battle. While the teen no longer wants to kill the Professor and shows some sympathy for him over his lost daughter, it's pretty clear that he might never forgive Callahan for creating the fire that killed his big brother.]]
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* EasilyForgiven: EasilyForgiven: ** [[spoiler: After Baymax helps Hiro get rid of his lust for revenge, he sees the error of his ways and begins to apologize to the rest of the team when Go-Go hugs him and assures him that they're going to take Callahan Callaghan down the right way.]] ** [[spoiler: Completely averted with Hiro to Callahan Callaghan in the final battle. While the teen no longer wants to kill the Professor and shows some sympathy for him over his lost daughter, it's pretty clear that he might never forgive Callahan Callaghan for creating the fire that killed his big brother.]]

* EverythingsBetterWithSpinning: Twice in the finale - not just Gogo spinning in her microbot bubble to cut her way out, but Fred's sign-spinning. [[MundaneMadeAwesome Yes folks, SIGN-SPINNING saves the day!]]
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* EverythingsBetterWithSpinning: Twice in the finale - not finale--not just Gogo [=GoGo=] spinning in her microbot bubble to cut her way out, but Fred's sign-spinning. [[MundaneMadeAwesome Yes folks, SIGN-SPINNING saves the day!]]

** The scene where Krei tries to tell Hiro that he could make a ''lot'' of money with his inventions. Callaghan comments that he wouldn't trust Krei with such an important technological advancement. Or with anything else. [[spoiler: [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] in that [[RedHerring Krei is not the villain]]. DoubleSubverted in that it foreshadows Callaghan's motivation - he ''did'' trust Krei with something important, once.]]
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** The scene where Krei tries to tell Hiro that he could make a ''lot'' of money with his inventions. Callaghan comments that he wouldn't trust Krei with such an important technological advancement. Or with anything else. [[spoiler: [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] in that [[RedHerring Krei is not the villain]]. DoubleSubverted in that it foreshadows Callaghan's motivation - he motivation--he ''did'' trust Krei with something important, once.]]

** When Baymax first asks "On a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate your pain?", Hiro quips "[[DeadpanSnarker Physical? Or emotional?]]" [[spoiler:Later, Hiro says how much Tadashi's death is hurting him, and has to tell Baymax -- who senses no physical injuries -- that "It's a different kind of hurt." Baymax then downloads data on how to treat patients who are suffering with emotional trauma.]] ** In the science expo scene when the group takes a photo, each character is wearing something foreshadowing the future. Hiro, Gogo, Honey, and Wasabi are wearing the colors of their future costumes when superheros, Fred has a shirt with a image of his soon to be hero costume, and Tadashi is the only one who's wearing a black shirt foreshadowing [[spoiler:his death.]] ** Hiro equips Honey, Gogo, and Wasabi with miniaturized, combat-effective versions of their own inventions. [[spoiler:Yokai turns out to be Callaghan, who is using a miniaturized version of his own invention to commit his atrocities.]]
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** When Baymax first asks "On a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate your pain?", Hiro quips "[[DeadpanSnarker Physical? Or emotional?]]" [[spoiler:Later, Hiro says how much Tadashi's death is hurting him, and has to tell Baymax -- who Baymax--who senses no physical injuries -- that injuries--that "It's a different kind of hurt." Baymax then downloads data on how to treat patients who are suffering with emotional trauma.]] ** In the science expo scene when the group takes a photo, each character is wearing something foreshadowing the future. Hiro, Gogo, [=GoGo=], Honey, and Wasabi are wearing the colors of their future costumes when superheros, Fred has a shirt with a image of his soon to be hero costume, and Tadashi is the only one who's wearing a black shirt foreshadowing [[spoiler:his death.]] ** Hiro equips Honey, Gogo, [=GoGo=], and Wasabi with miniaturized, combat-effective versions of their own inventions. [[spoiler:Yokai turns out to be Callaghan, who is using a miniaturized version of his own invention to commit his atrocities.]]

* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: While Baymax analyzes that Hiro is going through puberty, this...interesting dialogue comes up. -->'''Baymax''': You should be expecting an increase in body hair. Especially on your face, chest, armpits, and- -->'''Hiro''': Thank you, that's enough![[note]]A WebVideo/CinemaSins video for this movie implies that it would have gone from PG to PG-13 if Baymax mentioned an increase of body hair on privates had Hiro not gotten him to stop talking.[[/note]] -->'''Baymax''': You may also experience strange and powerful new urges- -->'''Hiro''': Okay, let's get you back into your luggage! ** Earlier on in the movie has Aunt Cass telling Hiro this: -->'''Cass''': Mrs. Matsuda's in the café, she's wearing something super inappropriate for an eighty-year old.
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: GettingCrapPastTheRadar: ** While Baymax analyzes that Hiro is going through puberty, this...interesting dialogue comes up. -->'''Baymax''': --->'''Baymax:''' You should be expecting an increase in body hair. Especially on your face, chest, armpits, and- -->'''Hiro''': and--\\ '''Hiro:''' Thank you, that's enough![[note]]A WebVideo/CinemaSins video for this movie implies that it would have gone from PG to PG-13 if Baymax mentioned an increase of body hair on privates had Hiro not gotten him to stop talking.[[/note]] -->'''Baymax''': [[/note]]\\ '''Baymax:''' You may also experience strange and powerful new urges- -->'''Hiro''': urges--\\ '''Hiro:''' Okay, let's get you back into your luggage! ** Earlier on in on, the movie has Aunt Cass telling Hiro this: -->'''Cass''': --->'''Cass:''' Mrs. Matsuda's in the café, she's wearing something super inappropriate for an eighty-year old.

-->'''Fred''': My name is Fred, and it's been 30 days since my last- --> '''Fred:''' ''(seconds later, and purely because it's Fred saying it)'' Am I the only one seeing this?
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-->'''Fred''': --->'''Fred''': My name is Fred, and it's been 30 days since my last- --> last--\\ '''Fred:''' ''(seconds ''[seconds later, and purely because it's Fred saying it)'' it]'' Am I the only one seeing this?

--> '''Fred''': It's like spooning a giant marshmallow!
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--> '''Fred''': --->'''Fred:''' It's like spooning a giant marshmallow!

* HardWorkMontage: Parodied when Hiro sets out to design something impressive for the expo. "Eye of the Tiger" plays, he sets up his drafting space -- [[LettingTheAirOutOfTheBand and then it comes to an abrupt halt]] when he can't think of anything to design. Then played straight when he comes up with his project, and the scene cuts to a fast-forward montage of Hiro filling up several recycling bins with his microbots.
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* HardWorkMontage: Parodied when Hiro sets out to design something impressive for the expo. "Eye of the Tiger" plays, he sets up his drafting space -- [[LettingTheAirOutOfTheBand space--[[LettingTheAirOutOfTheBand and then it comes to an abrupt halt]] when he can't think of anything to design. Then played straight when he comes up with his project, and the scene cuts to a fast-forward montage of Hiro filling up several recycling bins with his microbots.

-->''The characters and stories that have appeared in our comics are very different from what they are in the film. We wanted the Disney folks to be able to create their own unique style and story, unencumbered by those older stories.''
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-->''The -->The characters and stories that have appeared in our comics are very different from what they are in the film. We wanted the Disney folks to be able to create their own unique style and story, unencumbered by those older stories.''

* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Gogo, or at least what we see of her.
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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Gogo, [=GoGo=], or at least what we see of her.

** One notable example is when [[spoiler:Hiro tells Baymax to "destroy" Yokai, after learning that he's Callaghan, who is responsible for the explosion that killed Tadashi. In real life, even professional killers, like soldiers, tend to euphemize murder, much less a 14-year old boy - a nice callback to his own bot fighter being commanded to ruthlessly destroy his opponent in the intro.]] In the aftermath, the two use "terminate" repeatedly. The aftermath of this has the rest of the team declare that [[spoiler:[[ThouShaltNotKill they never agreed to kill Callaghan]]]], but the wording is awkwardly vague ("wasn't part of the plan", "never signed on for this", etc.) because they have to avoid using the actual word. * NiceJobFixingItVillain: Odd variants - while Hiro's [[spoiler:wrath does allow Callaghan to get away]], it does allow his ultimate plan, [[spoiler:using the portal that sucked in Callaghan's daughter]] to succeed... and if it hadn't, [[spoiler:Baymax would have never detected Callaghan's daughter on the other side of the portal, leaving her forever lost in the void.]]
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** One notable example is when [[spoiler:Hiro tells Baymax to "destroy" Yokai, after learning that he's Callaghan, who is responsible for the explosion that killed Tadashi. In real life, even professional killers, like soldiers, tend to euphemize murder, much less a 14-year old boy - a boy--a nice callback to his own bot fighter being commanded to ruthlessly destroy his opponent in the intro.]] In the aftermath, the two use "terminate" repeatedly. The aftermath of this has the rest of the team declare that [[spoiler:[[ThouShaltNotKill they never agreed to kill Callaghan]]]], but the wording is awkwardly vague ("wasn't part of the plan", "never signed on for this", etc.) because they have to avoid using the actual word. * NiceJobFixingItVillain: Odd variants - while variants--while Hiro's [[spoiler:wrath does allow Callaghan to get away]], it does allow his ultimate plan, [[spoiler:using the portal that sucked in Callaghan's daughter]] to succeed... and if it hadn't, [[spoiler:Baymax would have never detected Callaghan's daughter on the other side of the portal, leaving her forever lost in the void.]]

* PoliceAreUseless: After the villain attacks Hiro, the kid tries to report him to the authorities. Unfortunately, saying that [[CassandraTruth a man in a kabuki mask attacked him with an army of flying mind-controlled microbots]] doesn't really get the police to believe him. ** [[spoiler: Averted after the final battle and when Hiro gets Abigail out of the portal. As the team slips away, the cops arrive to stabilize the situation at Krei Tech HQ, get Abigail to the hospital, and to take Callahan into custody.]]
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* PoliceAreUseless: PoliceAreUseless: ** After the villain attacks Hiro, the kid tries to report him to the authorities. Unfortunately, saying that [[CassandraTruth a man in a kabuki mask attacked him with an army of flying mind-controlled microbots]] doesn't really get the police to believe him. ** [[spoiler: Averted after the final battle and when Hiro gets Abigail out of the portal. As the team slips away, the cops arrive to stabilize the situation at Krei Tech HQ, get Abigail to the hospital, and to take Callahan Callaghan into custody.]]

* PunctuatedForEmphasis: Gogo at the start of the car chase: "Hiro. Explanation. Now!"
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* PunctuatedForEmphasis: Gogo [=GoGo=] at the start of the car chase: "Hiro. Explanation. Now!"

** At one point, while Hiro and Baymax explore a pier at night where Yokai kept the microbots. They are being tailed by a slow-moving SUV, with no clue who's driving. Turns out the driver of the SUV was Wasabi, with Gogo, Honey and Fred riding along, all wanting to help Hiro.
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** At one point, while Hiro and Baymax explore a pier at night where Yokai kept the microbots. They are being tailed by a slow-moving SUV, with no clue who's driving. Turns out the driver of the SUV was Wasabi, with Gogo, [=GoGo=], Honey and Fred riding along, all wanting to help Hiro.

* SenselessSacrifice: [[spoiler: Tadashi went back into the burning science hall to save Professor Callaghan. Not only did he fail to save Callaghan, it's later revealed that the microbots protected Callaghan - who set the fire - from the fire anyway. Hiro does ''not'' react well upon learning his brother died for nothing.]] * ShadowArchetype: [[spoiler: Callaghan/Yokai is one to Hiro -- brilliant, but driven by revenge to the point of throwing away his morals because of the loss of a family member, which both of them perceive to be someone's "fault". While Hiro is pulled back from the edge before he goes too far, Callaghan isn't.]]
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* SenselessSacrifice: [[spoiler: Tadashi went back into the burning science hall to save Professor Callaghan. Not only did he fail to save Callaghan, it's later revealed that the microbots protected Callaghan - who Callaghan--who set the fire - from fire--from the fire anyway. Hiro does ''not'' react well upon learning his brother died for nothing.]] * ShadowArchetype: [[spoiler: Callaghan/Yokai is one to Hiro -- brilliant, Hiro--brilliant, but driven by revenge to the point of throwing away his morals because of the loss of a family member, which both of them perceive to be someone's "fault". While Hiro is pulled back from the edge before he goes too far, Callaghan isn't.]]

** In creating the film's version of Baymax, Disney's Chief Creative Officer [[Creator/PixarRegulars John Lasseter]] had the ''Big Hero 6'' team do a lot of research into robotics, with the help of places like Caltech. Baymax being made from inflatable vinyl is an actual thing, being developed by engineers at Carnegie Mellon, and even more so for his field of work - "soft robotics" with vinyl won't injure patients when they're picked up or touched.
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** In creating the film's version of Baymax, Disney's Chief Creative Officer [[Creator/PixarRegulars John Lasseter]] had the ''Big Hero 6'' team do a lot of research into robotics, with the help of places like Caltech. Baymax being made from inflatable vinyl is an actual thing, being developed by engineers at Carnegie Mellon, and even more so for his field of work - "soft work--"soft robotics" with vinyl won't injure patients when they're picked up or touched.

* SpiritualAntithesis: To ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'', which featured a predominantly white, nuclear BadassFamily (and a token minority) with innate superpowers facing a tech-based villain, his gun-wielding {{mooks}} and his robot. Their setting is retro fifties-flavored suburbia, and while they don't ''deliberately'' kill the villains, if they die while attacking the heroes no one's upset. This movie, on the other hand, features a racially diverse line-up of friends united by an orphan, as heroes with their powers derived from technology and individual expertise - with a robot among their ranks - while the villain is definitely a solo act and [[spoiler:motivated by the loss of his daughter]]. Their setting is neon, skyscrapers and advanced cybernetics, ThouShaltNotKill is in play, and high technology is central to all elements of the plot.
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* SpiritualAntithesis: To ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'', which featured a predominantly white, nuclear BadassFamily (and a token minority) with innate superpowers facing a tech-based villain, his gun-wielding {{mooks}} and his robot. Their setting is retro fifties-flavored suburbia, and while they don't ''deliberately'' kill the villains, if they die while attacking the heroes no one's upset. This movie, on the other hand, features a racially diverse line-up of friends united by an orphan, as heroes with their powers derived from technology and individual expertise - with expertise--with a robot among their ranks - while ranks--while the villain is definitely a solo act and [[spoiler:motivated by the loss of his daughter]]. Their setting is neon, skyscrapers and advanced cybernetics, ThouShaltNotKill is in play, and high technology is central to all elements of the plot.

-->'''Fred:''' ''Ha-ha! Can you feel it?! You guys, do you feel this?! Our origin story begins! WE'RE GONNA BE SUPERHEROES!''
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-->'''Fred:''' ''Ha-ha! Ha-ha! Can you feel it?! You guys, do you feel this?! Our origin story begins! WE'RE GONNA BE SUPERHEROES!''SUPERHEROES!

** Tadashi. He doesn't just [[spoiler:run into a burning building -- he runs into a building that's engulfed in flame from end to end and visibly on the cusp of exploding, intending to save a single person in an unknown location.]]
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** Tadashi. He doesn't just [[spoiler:run into a burning building -- he building--he runs into a building that's engulfed in flame from end to end and visibly on the cusp of exploding, intending to save a single person in an unknown location.]]

-->'''Honey Lemon''': "We don't know that he's ''really'' trying to kill us." -->'''Fred''': "Car!" -->''(car smashes into the ground nearby)'' -->'''Honey Lemon''': "HE'S TRYING TO KILL US!!"
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-->'''Honey Lemon''': "We Lemon:''' We don't know that he's ''really'' trying to kill us." -->'''Fred''': "Car!" -->''(car \\ '''Fred:''' Car!\\ ''[car smashes into the ground nearby)'' -->'''Honey Lemon''': "HE'S nearby]''\\ '''Honey Lemon:''' HE'S TRYING TO KILL US!!"US!!

* WhatHaveIDone: A subtle one at the end [[spoiler: when Callahan is being led into a police car. He wears a defeated, disturbed expression when he realizes his daughter was alive and he threw away everything else that mattered in his life (his job, his principles, the respect of his students, and possibly the respect of his daughter) for nothing.]] ** [[spoiler: After Baymax calms Hiro down, he shown to majorly regret trying to murder Callahan, but fortunately, he gets forgiven by the team when he apologizes.]] * WhatExactlyIsHisJob: Fred comes off as this at the beginning - he's hanging around a technical school that is hard to get into and doesn't understand "science", but later he is revealed to be a RichIdiotWithNoDayJob.
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* WhatHaveIDone: A subtle one at the end [[spoiler: when Callahan Callaghan is being led into a police car. He wears a defeated, disturbed expression when he realizes his daughter was alive and he threw away everything else that mattered in his life (his job, his principles, the respect of his students, and possibly the respect of his daughter) for nothing.]] ** [[spoiler: After Baymax calms Hiro down, he shown to majorly regret trying to murder Callahan, Callaghan, but fortunately, he gets forgiven by the team when he apologizes.]] * WhatExactlyIsHisJob: Fred comes off as this at the beginning - he's beginning--he's hanging around a technical school that is hard to get into and doesn't understand "science", but later he is revealed to be a RichIdiotWithNoDayJob.

-->'''Tadashi''': When are you gonna start ''using'' that big brain of yours?
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-->'''Tadashi''': -->'''Tadashi:''' When are you gonna start ''using'' that big brain of yours?

->''I am satisfied with my care.'' ----
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->''I ->''"I am satisfied with my care.'' ----"''
13th Dec '15 3:00:32 PM weirdfantasy
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* VerbalBackspace: Honey Lemon during the car chase. -->'''Honey Lemon''': "We don't know that he's ''really'' trying to kill us." -->'''Fred''': "Car!" -->''(car smashes into the ground nearby)'' -->'''Honey Lemon''': "HE'S TRYING TO KILL US!!"
9th Dec '15 12:52:01 AM Eagal
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Because it's not like Reed has a trope named after him or anything. ;-)
** Hiro at the beginning of the movie is using his superior robotics to trounce other bot fighters and grab up the winnings. Tadashi convinces him to go for the Reed Richards route.
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** Hiro at the beginning of the movie is using his superior robotics to trounce other bot fighters and grab up the winnings. Tadashi convinces him to go for the Reed Richards route.put his smarts to use on something productive.
7th Dec '15 7:23:53 PM Wyvern76
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** Though, if he ''had'' been the one who stole them, then selling them openly would have been as good as an admission of guilt.
2nd Dec '15 2:46:17 PM JJHIL325
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* EasilyForgiven: [[spoiler: After Baymax helps Hiro to get over his lust for revenge, he sees the error of his ways and begins to apologize to the rest of the team when Go-Go hugs him and assures him that they're going to take Callahan down the right way.]] ** [[Averted with Hiro to Callahan in the final battle. While the teen no longer wants to kill the Professor and shows some sympathy for him over his lost daughter, it's pretty clear that he might never forgive Callahan for creating the fire that killed his big brother.]]
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* EasilyForgiven: [[spoiler: After Baymax helps Hiro to get over rid of his lust for revenge, he sees the error of his ways and begins to apologize to the rest of the team when Go-Go hugs him and assures him that they're going to take Callahan down the right way.]] ** [[Averted [[spoiler: Completely averted with Hiro to Callahan in the final battle. While the teen no longer wants to kill the Professor and shows some sympathy for him over his lost daughter, it's pretty clear that he might never forgive Callahan for creating the fire that killed his big brother.]]
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