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But Not Too Foreign: A rare non-character example with the city of San Fransokyo, a mash-up of California and Japan.
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! At the end of the movie, Hiro hurls himself into the Portal because "someone needs help" despite the possibility of it exploding, just like Tadashi did when he ran into the fire.
Those words come back in the climax. Fred always seems to enjoy doing this and by the climax, Wasabi even joins in with his "Green Blades of Fury". Hiro does this whenever Baymax attacks, though it's justified because Baymax doesn't know when to attack, so Hiro is giving him instructions on what to do. Until the climax when Baymax masters the timing and begins calling his own attacks. In the UK release of the movie, the two technicians who detect that something has gone awry with Project Silent Sparrow are voiced by Danisnotonfire and Amazing Phil.
Thanks to Disney's new Hyperion rendering engine, not only does every named character have a unique face, but so does every unnamed character. The team's first encounter with Yokai, before they've built their super-suits, ends with them fleeing in a car with Yokai pursuing.
Starts out very comedic, with Fred geeking out and Wasabi insisting on obeying red lights and road rules, but gets more serious and dramatic as it progresses. Tadashi's advice to "look at things from a different angle" initially helps Hiro figure out what to make to get into a science college.
In the final battle, it helps the heroes escape Yokai's clutches when he has each of them cornered. Baymax's medical scanner gets upgraded with a much higher range, so they can use it to locate the Big Bad. It's what allows him to realize that Abigail Callaghan is still alive inside the Krei portal. Hiro's Megabot in the beginning of the movie, which would inspire him to create the microbots.
Now subtract the titular six big heroes, and the mystery villain himself.
Now remove the four who are obviously supporting characters or extras. That leaves exactly three characters who could be the villain. The first guy is Tadashi, would require some extremely out-of-character justification to make him the villain, and he very definitely dies heroically early on.
The second guy is Alistair Krei, who is blatantly implied to be a bad guy through the whole movie. The third guy is Professor Callaghan, who exists only to be idolized by the hero and warn him that, no, really, that second guy is REALLY bad, and then he dies as well.
Except his body isn't seen. As a result, he is the ultimate villain.
Fred, on the other hand, has no scientific knowledge, but he sure knows how to spin a sign, which becomes useful in the climax. At the end of the movie, a news story reports "the whole city of San Fransokyo is asking, who are these heroes"? While it is true that except for Fred, none of the other team members completely hide their face, it is Justified in that the team is still so new that they don't stand out from the millions of other people in the city and their various headgear does partially obscure their faces.
The movie's title is the last thing to appear before the credits, following a shot of the team jumping towards the screen and Hiro narrating, "Who are we? Cass is stress eating a doughnut after picking up Tadashi and Hiro from the police station earlier. The movie got a manga adaptation. Also counts as a Recursive Adaptationsince the film itself is based on a comic book series.
After Tadashi shows his lab to Hiro, they stand in front of the building with Hiro asking: How do I get in? There appears to be no functional difference between Yokai's kabuki mask and the headband Hiro designed for the first batch of microbots. Because of its larger surface area and predominately white color, the mask serves as a bigger target for Yokai's opponents to exploit and seems to be knocked off relatively easily during his first encounter with Big Hero 6.
However, it also shields the villain's identity while providing an sinister kabuki face and during Yokai's later encounter at Krei industries it's shown sliding up Iron Man-style suggesting it's been upgraded and not as easily knocked off.
Hiro, still clearly upset with himself for wanting revenge against Callaghan, apologizes to the others for going off the deep end. GoGo surprises everyone by shutting Hiro up with a hug, showing that she forgives him. Cut Lex Luthor a Check: 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 put his smarts to use on something productive. At first, we are led to believe that the Big Bad Yokai is Krei, which leads to the question why he would go through the trouble of stealing Hiro's microbots and start using them for supervillain schemes instead of patenting them and selling them.
However, this is subverted later on when the true identity of Yokai is revealed as Callaghan, who is motivated by revenge, not profit. D-F Dare to Be Badass: Tadashi invokes this in a subtle manner when, instead of taking Hiro to another bot-fighting, he takes him to his lab at San Fransokyo Tech and introduces him to Professor Callaghan and the other students in his "nerd lab", and then shows him Baymax.
He hopes to inspire Hiro to do more with his life than compete in illegal bot-fighting, and by the time they leave the lab, Hiro makes it his goal to attend San Fransokyo Tech. During the visit, Callaghan does the same thing, noting the winning bot-fighting with Hiro's bot is easy, while his course is hard and its students go on to change the world. A closeup of Tadashi's baseball cap on the ground after the burning building he has run into explodes.
Yokai who is seeking vengeance on Krei who is involved with the accidental death of his daughter narrowly avoids this happening to him. Death by Origin Story: At its core, the film is a Disney Deconstruction of both the hero and villain variants of this trope. Hiro is deeply affected by Tadashi's death, not even eating or going to the school he just got accepted to, despite that being what both he and Tadashi wanted.
And when he finds out that the person Callaghan Tadashi died trying to save not only survived, but coldly dismisses Tadashi's heroic effort, Hiro loses it and tries to kill Callaghan immediately afterwards. For Callaghan, even though Abigail turns out to still be aliveher perceived death is enough to turn him into a revenge driven supervillain who has no regard for the people he hurts along his path of revenge. The only difference is that Hiro has the support of his friends and family to keep him from going through with revenge, while Callaghan has no one and thus is not as easily convinced to give it up.
Tadashi gives Hiro one at the beginning of the movie when they're both arrested. Hiro does one too, when Callaghan says that Tadashi's death was his own fault. Death Is Such an Odd Thing: Baymax is momentarily perplexed by how a young man in good physical health like Tadashi could suddenly die. The film opens with what looks like two giant robots fighting. After a bit of combat, the camera angle changes to show that they're actually foot-high bots being controlled by humans.
Hiro's battle robot in the beginning appears to be easily bisected in the first round. In the second, it pulls itself together, then pulls itself apart to wrap around the opposing robot and unscrew its arms. When Hiro and Baymax are helping Abigail out of the portal dimension, one last chunk of debris that they didn't see coming crashes into them, disabling Baymax's rocket boosters and forcing him to perform a Heroic Sacrifice. He also allows them to train there over an unspecified length of time.
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Physical appearance Fred is a tall, shaggy, and scrawny young man, often seen wearing baggy clothing and is rather unkept and has a large nose.
His traditional outfit consists of a brink pink T-shirt with a Japanese Kaiju monster imprint and white, long-sleeved undershirt, dark green, OD cargo shorts, and white and rather filthy sneakers with dark green laces. His superhero form is a battle suit with the appearance of a traditional Japanese Kaiju monster based on his favorite kaiju, Krogar.
The beast mostly consists of the colors blue and orange, in addition to having black, spiky, claw-like nails, a tail with similar features, and three eyes with the top notably acting as Fred's access to vision. Its four-fanged "mouth" is the only opening the suit has. The soles on the suit's feet enable Fred to perform high jumps. Powers and Abilities In keeping with his love of comics and monster movies, and desire to become a super-powered creature, Fred's "Fredzilla" super suit is designed to look like a Kaiju, or Japanese monster.
Its exoskeleton enables Fred to jump incredibly high, and it contains a flamethrower installed just below his chest, in the mouth of the suit.
The suit is also flame-resistant and is equipped with claws. While working as a mascot for San Fransokyo, he has also developed sign spinning skills which have proven surprisingly useful in combat, as he was able to pick up a metal board and twirl it at a high speed like a sign effectively cutting down and destroying many Microbots.
Also, when the boards he use are imbued with fire from his flamethrower, his attacks become even more powerful. One night, at the San Fransokyo Institute of Technology, Fred is in the midst of practicing his mascot routines in the school's student lab, when he meets the younger brother of his friend Tadashi, Hiro Hamada.
Upon inquiring the fanboy's major, Fred explains he's not a student, but a major science enthusiast, nonetheless.
Fred then begins to reminisce the occasions he asked Honey to concoct a formula capable of turning him into a fire-breathing lizard, and the occasion he asked Wasabi to create a shrink ray, only to have his requests rebuffed, leading him to come up with yet another idea; an invisible sandwich, much to the annoyance of his friends.
As time would pass, Fred and the others would come to befriend Hiro and helps with the creation of the Microbots, which Hiro uses to earn acceptance at the university. On the night of the convention, Tadashi was killed in a fire while trying to save Professor Callaghan from a burning building. Fred beside Honey Lemon during the car chase; excitedly looking upon a pursuing Yokai.
Fred and the others give their support to the Hamada family during the dark hours, while also offering to take Hiro under their wings, wanting him to join their side at the university. Unfortunately, their calls are ignored, and Hiro remains in despair, alone. One night, Fred and the others are contacted by Tadashi's healthcare robot, Baymaxto help Hiro in overcoming his depression.
When the friends make their way to the Hamada household, they find Hiro and Baymax wandering about the streets. They then learn that Hiro's Microbots were stolen by a villainous man wearing a mask, named Yokai, and the former and Baymax were in the process of tracking him down. Just then, Yokai attacks and a car chase ensues.
While the team is oblivious to the villain's drive to kill them, Fred who takes joy in being part of an intense action scene channels his love of comics and quickly figures they've seen too much, leaving them targets for Yokai's wrath. Nevertheless, the group manages to escape, finding themselves accidentally thrown off the road and into a bay.
Sensing Hiro's need for warm shelter, Baymax requests a place of refuge Fred welcoming his friends to his home. Fred takes his friends to a mansion in the middle of the city, which he claims to be his home. Believing it to be a joke, Go Go stresses her frustration, until Fred's butler, Heathcliff, arrives and welcomes the team in.
The group then engage themselves in a brief tour of the beautiful home, led by Fred, until they're guided to the former's private quarters; a bedroom filled with collectible figures of comic characters, statues, arcade games, and mildly unsettling "self-portraits" of Fred, himself. Once settled, Hiro ponders on the identity of Yokai, though the team is at a loss for answers. Fred, however, believes the culprit to be Alistair Krei, referencing his desires to buy Hiro's Microbots at the science fair.
Fred's ideas are rejected by the other members, however, who believe Krei is too high profile for such sinister plots. Just then, Baymax reveals to hold information that allows Hiro to track Yokai, who suggests turning himself and his friends into a team of heroes in order to catch the villain. Fred trying on his monster suit for the first time. Unlike the rest of the team, Fred immediately agrees to the idea, and is given a battle suit with the appearance of a Kaiju and the ability to breath fire.
After some training with the help of Heathcliff, the team heads to an abandoned islandwhere Yokai is thought to be hidden. As the team sneaks inside, Fred sings his own theme music much to the annoyance of Wasabi until they manage to find a large portal.
Through a series of recorded security footage, they learn that the portal was built by Alistair Krei, which was destroyed after an accident resulted in the supposed death of a girl named Abigail.
Before they can see more, Yokai attacks, and Fred immediately jumps into battle, only to be defeated instantly. Eventually, Yokai is uncovered by Hiro and is revealed to be Professor Callaghan. Furious, Hiro corrupts Baymax and orders the robot to kill the professor, prompting Fred, Go Go, and Wasabi to intervene. Callaghan manages to escape just as Honey's able to restore Baymax, and a frustrated Hiro leaves the island, leaving his friends stranded.
Fortunately, Fred is able to contact Heathcliff, who rescues the group on the family helicopter. Fred during the final battle against Yokai. Once they return home, Hiro, Fred, and the others are able to reconcile. Afterwards, they show Hiro a piece of footage from the island, which reveals Abigail to be Callaghan's daughter. Fred declares Callaghan's villainy to be driven by revenge against Krei, and the friends rush out to save the tech-geru at his headquarters.
In the midst of battle, Callaghan subdues each member of the team, grabbing Fred by all limbs of his suit; hoping to brutally rip the boy apart. Realizing it's only a suit, Fred is able to use a piece of scrap metal to destroy his bonds.
After regrouping with his friends, Fred follows Hiro's new strategy: Fred spat fire at some of Honey's chem-balls, creating a smokescreen to obscure their intent from Callaghan.