Coco

2017

Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Family / Fantasy / Music / Mystery

661
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 97%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 95%
IMDb Rating 8.4 10 263,578

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Alanna Ubach as Emily Rago
Benjamin Bratt as Carlos
John Ratzenberger as Clayton
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105 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by deniz-tozak 10 / 10 / 10

Best animated movie ever

We came across with the movie when flipping the channels. No idea what it was and ended up watching one of the best movies ever

Reviewed by bradinhanson 10 / 10 / 10

Why I believe it deserves a 10

Pixar has come a long way. To them their creations have become a science into human emotion and I don't know any better company that has nearly perfected the craft. Soon they'll have 10's across the board from music to picture and from story to the characters. Never have I seen that more than in the movie WALL-E. This movie is up there. More than just its basic elements it dared to dive into a culture that very few in the world know about. It went above and beyond in research in getting those in Mexicos stamp of approval. It touches a deeper recess of the heart where the soul lies dormant and awakens it with hope and optimism. It takes the differences we often critique and judge upon another group only for Pixar to place a mirror right in front of us and stare at our own reflection. It takes the common elements so as to identify with the characters and stir a feeling of commonality. It's brilliant and ingenious. These things alone give it an 8. The 10 is because it was bold and dared to go places other won't. In this I found originality. Something you don't see often these days. Best part of all it unified. It takes ones thick skull (pun intended) and supplies human emotion as the medium to communicate the message so as to reach the heart. One may call that manipulation but due to its sincere true message and goodness I humbly give it a 10.

Reviewed by Charliedog2015 10 / 10 / 10

Heartbreakingly beautiful. Surpasses Up and Inside Out

Coco is about Dias de las Muerte (Day of the Dead), family, family crises and musical passion. The posters have a boy and an adult skeleton capering through the afterlife. So you can know that upfront, Pixar is going to fully deal with the subject of death that it touched upon I UP and hinted at in the death of childhood innocence in Inside Out. We were subtly forewarned that tissues would be needed. :) It surpasses the other aforementioned masterpieces by being more relatable, drawing on family restrictions and prohibitions (e.g. "there will be no X in this family!" X being "instead whatever has caused pain to a family member in the past". Pick your poison my reader). It surpasses them in making death tolerable. It reminds us that we should be mindful and respectful of all those who went before us. Most of all it taps on the shoulder and whispers that the temporal, the world we live in, in just as important as the next one and we should strive to keep family bonds strong. For when we're at the end of our rope, who else is there to pull us up? Did I mention bring Kleenex? A full box. Even hard core macho men are driven to quiet sobs and immediate phone calls to mothers and fathers telling them "mama, I miss you." Beautiful.

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