Coco (2017)The movie tells the story of aspiring musician Miguel, who is accidentally transported to the land of the dead, where he seeks the help of his musician great-great-grandfather to return him to his family among the living.Keywords:
Actors of "Coco (2017)"
Directors of "Coco (2017)"Lee UnkrichBirthdate: 8 August 1967, Cleveland, Ohio, USAAdrian Molina
Creators of "Coco (2017)"Lee UnkrichBirthdate: 8 August 1967, Cleveland, Ohio, USAJason Katz
Critic Reviews of "Coco (2017)"We Live EntertainmentNovember 30, 2017
A beautiful ode to the love of family.San Diego ReaderNovember 25, 2017
Of every Pixar film that deals with family, memory, and loss, ask, "Is there sufficient reason for the tears that will inevitably run down my face by the end?" Yes, thanks in no small part to the ingenious use of De La Cruz's hit song, "Remember Me."The AtlanticNovember 24, 2017
Does Coco rise to the heights of Pixar's very best work? No. But it is a generous, heartfelt film, full of color and music, one that offers a timely Thanksgiving tribute to the intergenerational importance of family.Globe and MailNovember 22, 2017
None of Coco's few flaws can fatally undermine the film because it is, most of all, a smart and enduring piece of storytelling with a satisfyingly twisting narrative and richly complex theme.Chicago ReaderNovember 22, 2017
This engaging Pixar animation plays magnificently with elements of Mexican folklore and fine art.Christian Science MonitorNovember 22, 2017
Pixar rebounds nicely with Coco, a big, spangly animated fiesta with its fair share of "heart."Q Network Film DeskDecember 04, 2017
There is a lot to admire about Coco, particularly its energy and its story that attempts to find resolution between commitment to one's family and one's own sense of identity.Alternate EndingDecember 03, 2017
A very lovely movie that contains not one single surprise in its comfortably loose 109 minutes.Student EdgeDecember 03, 2017
Coco is a beautiful and moving film, but there's something inherently funny about Pixar now making movies where even dead people die again.L.A. BizDecember 01, 2017
A dramatic, dazzling adventure that puts a fresh spin on la importancia de la familia.FilmDrunkDecember 01, 2017
Disney-Pixar's best at least since Toy Story 3.TheDivaReview.comDecember 01, 2017
After its spectacular visuals and music, its true and celebrational inclusion of Mexican culture; what stays with us about COCO, is the loving heart of a family, and the strength of a little boy who won't give up his dream.
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