Having just seen Big Hero 6, it's hard not to be hard on Disney. The formula of death so prominent, the moral choices so clear (so clear they're trite), and some lines lifted straight out of, I don't know, Star Wars and countless others where the guardian angel sacrifices. Also, none of the supporting characters are unlikable, or show unlikable traits. One thing worked: the preview this summer. It got us in the theater, and the robot come to life, Baymax, was the best, most memorable part of the preview, and his relationship with the boy the most curious in the movie. It's a page from WALLE, sure, but a good one. It evoked more than any California teenage character that's for sure.