Kids Club film review (by 8 year old child reporter & nerd): Disney Big Hero 6 and Feast
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- Published on Thursday, 29 January 2015 11:15
- Last Updated on 26 March 2015
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Here are my reviews of Disney’s Big Hero 6 and Feast for the Kids Club at the London Mums magazine. I loved them both! They are super cool movies!
Everybody talks about Big Hero 6 but nobody mentions the cool short film that is shown before the movie. It certainly deserves to be reviewed as it is a great piece of film making in its own right!
Check the cool trailer…
There is also a cool Big Hero 6 Deluxe Figurine Playset (Price: £20.00 – it’s a lot of of pocket money, I know, but it’s worth saving for that) which kids can use to play their own pretend stories based on Big Hero 6.
It contains nine characters from the film so kids like me can recreate all their favourite scenes, including Baymax, Go Go Tomago and Honey Lemon.
I am very jealous of my mummy who went to meet Baymax and gave him a huge hug.
In this video she also interviews the Oscar nominated film makers behind Big Hero 6 and Feast. Shame I had to go to school on that day!
BAYMAX PHOTOBOMB APP
There is a cool app out there that allows users to upload photos to the site and add in photobombs from Baymax and the team. Kids (and mums) can then download their photos and share them via Facebook and Twitter using #BigHero6.
The app is available at http://baymaxphotobomb.net/en_GB/ Here are the pictures of myself making scientific experiments like a proper nerd from Big Hero 6. Check out my little scientist experiments videos on YouTube.
FREE ACTIVITY SHEETS from Big Hero 6
Big Hero 6 Nerds-inspired Science Experiments:
Art & Craft activities:
Big Hero 6 inspired food recipes:
Here are the film reviews and behind the scene footage for this amazing movie from mums’ and other kids’ reporters.
I am 13 years old and I love being a child reporter for London Mums Magazine. I have done this since I was 8! I am a crazy Lego engineer, I like Fortnite but I am still a big fan of Shaun the Sheep, Wallace & Gromit, all Aardman & Johnny English movies. I also have a passion for airplanes and I would like to become an aircraft engineer one day. Check out my posts here and my videos on the London Mums YouTube channel.