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roco_1791

Being mexican, I was worried the representation of Mexican culture would be too stereotypical. Turns out, this movie nails it perfectly. What a stunningly beautiful movie, both artistically and story-wise. This is right up there with the best Pixar movies.
5 years 1 month ago
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frankqb

An absolute delight from start to finish. The humour is great, the visuals are absolutely spectacular and the warmth is real. Another Pixar triumph. Highly recommended for families.

5 stars out of 5
4 years 11 months ago
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nowhereman136

Exceeded all expectations. Pixar may have had a few missteps in recent years but movies like "Coco" prove they are still top of the game in animation
5 years ago
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demagogo

fuck this shit i got legit sad by the end
4 years 11 months ago
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radoslav1948

For me personally - the most purifying Pixar movie so far. It gives a whole new direction towards various existential interpretations and retells the most ancient story from the book in a colorful and sensitive way. Nowadays we can rarely find real shades of emotional intelligence in a mainstream production. This movie is full with them.
4 years 9 months ago
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bklooney

This film taught me that predictable plot twists don't matter if the plot is exceptionally executed.
4 years 5 months ago
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Siskoid

Pixar's new tearjerker Coco is beautiful to look at, and from what all my friends of Mexican extraction tell me, very true to the culture. It's all about Miguel, a boy born in a family that hates music for ancestral reasons, who really wants to be a musician (and yet, it's not quite a musical; the song and dance numbers are simply part of the story). When he defies them, he gets into a bit of trouble and finds himself in the spectacular Land of the Dead and of the Many Gags That Can Be Done with Skeletons, where he must get a family member's blessing... but will it cost him a life of music? Coco doesn't pull punches, as it deals with death and loss honestly despite its fantastical trappings - even non-religious audience members will recognize the link between memory and existence - and by the end, if not by the middle, will probably wrench tears out of your eyes. Plus, some very fun Mexican celebrities make appearances on the other side.
4 years 11 months ago
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Paravail

A good redemption for Pixar after its recent run of mediocre films. This film did a superb job of balancing culture attunity with universal themes. I'm not Mexican and know little about Mexican culture, but the world did feel very authentic, even if I couldn't explain why. The themes of family and forgiveness were very strong, and I'll admit I got choked up a little bit at the end. It does have a familiar "follow your heart" theme, but it plays around with expectations just enough to make things interesting. It certainly presents a "disneyfied" version of Mexico, but I'm not so sure that's a bad thing.
4 years 8 months ago
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SalomeLlanos

Simply BEAUTIFUL!
4 years 12 months ago
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Typically Thomas

I can't say this beautiful movie touched me to the point of crying, but I got a burning sensation in my eyes towards the end. An amazing movie that beautifully shows off Mexican culture, and manages to be interesting for all ages spoiler
4 years 1 month ago
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Gecekurdu

I wondered if they inspired by the legendary adventure video game Grim Fandango.
4 years 7 months ago
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accidie

By the end, I was sobbing so hard I had to pause it. This movie exceeded my expectations. Great message.spoiler
3 years 9 months ago
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TheOnlyRogueAngel

Feel good, sweet family movie, with a tear-jerking end. Gorgeous visuals, great story and the cultural lessons were fascinating.
4 years 7 months ago
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InTheSky

omg i cried
4 years 9 months ago
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Paulorsadv

I have 80 years old mother, so in the end I cry a lot, for me that's unexpected.
11 months 2 weeks ago

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