The new animated action-adventure "Big Hero 6" might sound like more of the same Marvel-inspired superhero stuff already saturating movie theaters with its flashy 3-D animation and futuristic nerd kids doing their world saving in bright plastic-plated armor and spiffy Spanx.
Which it might have become, if not for the big guy, the awwww-inspiring Baymax.
This towering, huggable, robotic bag of air and brains steals the show and probably seals a franchise. Baymax, who looks like the love child of the Pillsbury Doughboy and the Michelin Man, also represents another interesting evolution in the kind of animation we can expect from Disney.
Based on a little-known...