A few weeks ago, Christina recommended Honey Lemon to me over on Facebook, and I figured it would be a good time to actually see the movie and think about doing a review of the doll. I still didn't know the story of Big Hero 6 when I went to the theater last week (the title doesn't give much away). I knew the movie was loosely based on a Marvel comic book series by the same name, but that's about it. I don't want to give away too much about the movie to any of you, but it's really a delightful, action-filled film with tons of heart. I thoroughly enjoyed it and was even laughing out loud (and crying a little, too) on several occasions...even though I was the only one in the theater.
I think the Disney Store has only made articulated dolls out of two characters from this movie so far: Honey Lemon and Go Go Tomago. Neither of these girls are the star of Big Hero 6, though. The movie is carried by an engaging 13-year-old genius, Hiro, and his huggable robot companion, Baymax. Still, Honey Lemon is a kind, brilliant, zany addition to the story and it's a treat every time she is on screen. Although I'd really love to have a Hiro doll in my collection some day, for now I am happy to have the cheery, redheaded Honey:
|The Disney Store's "Honey Lemon" from the Big Hero 6 movie.|