*I am Baymax, your personal health care companion. On a scale of one to ten, how would you rate your pain?* On a scale of one to ten, I would rate this movie a twelve. At first, I thought this was going to be the classic yet boring plot: "Ingenious boy invents robot. The robot is a but- kicking fighter ninja robot. Boy and robot save world". Sound familiar? Honestly, viewing the trailer, I really wasn't that interested. But this movie proved me completely WRONG. The main character, Hiro (the hero) is a fourteen-year-old Japanese- American boy who excels in robot competitions. After his brother's death trying to save someone in a burning building, he finds a robot named Baymax, a hilarious robot (who has an eerie resemblance to Olaf). He seems naive to the world yet is the only thing Hiro has left of his beloved brother, Todashi. Together, they must undergo an evil villain, and difficult challenges to find out what really happened at his unexpected brother's death, all while struggling to do what is right and not boil under grief and sorrow.