Matt’s review published on Letterboxd:
"It is okay to cry. Crying is a natural response to pain."
The human characters were mostly bland, the villain was subpar (awesome weapon WASTED) and the action didn't pump me up.
This movie absolutely rides on Baymax. He is to this movie what the Minions were to Despicable Me, except those movies had a bit more to them. Baymax shows humor, heart, charm, and overall joy...everything that most of the rest of this movie is missing.
(I sort of want a Baymax spinoff, but I'm not sure what it would be about.)
Also, PLEASE stop giving T.J. Miller work. He isn't going to happen. Ever.
Edit: okay, yeah this movie looks pretty good too.