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(324358) 8.4 105 min 2017

Coco is a movie starring Anthony Gonzalez, Gael García Bernal, and Benjamin Bratt. Aspiring musician Miguel, confronted with his family's ancestral ban on music, enters the Land of the Dead to find his great-great-grandfather, a...

Starring
Benjamin Bratt, Anthony Gonzalez, Gael García Bernal, Alanna Ubach
Genres
Family, Music, Animation, Adventure, Mystery, Fantasy
Director
Lee Unkrich, Adrian Molina

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Family, Music, Animation, Adventure, Mystery, Fantasy
Director Lee Unkrich, Adrian Molina
Writer Matthew Aldrich, Adrian Molina, Adrian Molina, Matthew Aldrich, Lee Unkrich, Jason Katz
Stars Benjamin Bratt, Anthony Gonzalez, Gael García Bernal, Alanna Ubach
Country USA
Also Known As Untitled Dia de los Muertos Project, Koko, Coco - Lebendiger als das Leben!, リメンバー・ミー, Coco i velika tajna, Viva: A Vida é uma Festa, Koko dhe sekreti i madh, Коко, Koko noslēpums, 可可夜總會, Koko in velika skrivnost, Remember Me, Coco - Lebendiger als das Leben
Runtime 1H 45M
Description In a small Mexican town, Miguel is a young boy with dreams of becoming a musician like his idol Ernesto de la Cruz, despite his family's ban on music. When Miguel becomes trapped in the land of the dead, he teams up with the wily Hector and they embark on an odyssey to find out the real story of Miguel's family.

Top reviews

Monday, 06 Apr 2020 01:34

Coco is an animated Disney film based on the short story written by Ernest Cline, published in 2001 by Disney. The short story is set in a world in which children are enslaved and the war between the armies of the United States and Mexico is growing to be a global conflict. In a world of freedom, the United States sends its young hero Charlie to a small Mexican village to find out why it is going down the drain. In a surreal fantasy world, a young boy named Coco finds herself and her father, a Mexican fisherman, fighting for the freedom of a young girl, named Dani. In a world of fantasy, Coco finds herself in a place where she has to fight for freedom. And when she finally fights for the freedom of Dani, she also fights for the freedom of her fellow girls who are enslaved in the same village. In this cartoon, the story is cleverly drawn. The visuals are gorgeous and full of light, as is the voice-acting. In a world where freedom and freedom of choice is a fantasy, and where a revolution against slavery is called for, Coco's father has to choose whether to fight against the war or for his daughter's freedom. The animation is very colorful and lively, and is stunning in a visual sense. The world and the characters are rich and vivid. The visual and musical themes are very strong, as are the images themselves. The music is very strong and the music is very nice. The voice-acting is perfect. Kidman gives a great performance as a child who doesn't understand what she is doing, and an older actress who has lost her voice, but is still able to tell the story. Dench has a great performance as her father, and Scarlett Johanssen and Toni Collette are great as the other two characters. Overall, Coco is a very good movie. It is a masterpiece of animation, and an amazing work of a great director, Robert Zemeckis, and a great story. I give it a 10/10.
Wednesday, 01 Apr 2020 19:20

Disney has always been known for their great animated films, especially in the Disney Animated Classics era, but some of their newer films have been disappointing in the past, but today we have a new release, "Coco". The film starts with Coco and her new parents flying through space. When they land, Coco falls into a pond of water. After finding out that she is from a human species and a fake one at that, she then leaves the village and heads to a museum, where she encounters a lot of fake humanoids who pretend to be humans. Her father then confronts the people at the museum and they accept her as Coco. The film then takes a turn for the worse when a cat gets shot by a human, and the bird who shot the cat is killed by a wolf. The people decide to kill the wolf and they send Coco back home. The movie then follows Coco on her journey home to find her father. This movie had a lot of flaws. One of the things that I thought was wrong about the film was the romance between Coco and her dad. I am sure that this is a Disney film and everyone is going to like it, but I thought the romance was really corny and not something I would have liked to see in this film. Another thing that I thought was wrong was the way the movie ended. The film was pretty predictable in the sense that we know that Coco will find her dad, and that he will return to the village. I also thought that the part where Coco and her dad met for the first time in the film was pretty boring. I also thought that the way Coco escaped from the villagers was really lame. Another thing that I thought was really bad was the animal characters. When Coco is in the film, it is hard to keep up with who is who. The rabbit, the bird, the dog, and the cat. I think that this movie was really disappointing. If you're looking for an animated film, this is definitely not the film for you. This is one of the few Disney films that I have ever seen that I can't think of to recommend to anyone.
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 13:12

I will start by saying that I love Pixar. The new story "Coco" is a terrific and beautiful film that will not disappoint. It does the same for me, but it's not a sequel. This is a follow up to the Disney Pixar movie "A Bug's Life", but it's a continuation of the Disney Pixar movie "A Bug's Life 2", and it is my opinion that this is the best of the two. I thought the story was perfect, the characters were great and the direction was great. I will not give any spoilers. The story is very unique and beautiful. There are so many different ideas in this film and the direction keeps it entertaining. The story is about a boy named Coco and his love for his teacher, Ladybug. Coco is a creative boy and when Ladybug and Coco are making an oil painting, they fall in love. Ladybug sends Coco a text message asking Coco to draw Ladybug in an oil painting. Coco does and the world changes. Ladybug becomes Ladybug and Coco goes into a cocoon and must find Ladybug. He finds her and she is happy. Ladybug gets jealous and wants Coco to stay with Ladybug. Ladybug goes on a trip and finds a mysterious orb and makes a new cocoon. Ladybug and Coco are reunited and they fall in love. Ladybug realizes that Coco was a tad bit more than she thought and that she must not be alone. Ladybug has a cocoon of her own and she brings Coco with her to find Ladybug. The film has a wonderful ending that will leave you speechless. This is a great film and I highly recommend that you see it.
Monday, 23 Mar 2020 13:55

Coco, Pixar's latest animated feature, is the kind of movie that you have to go to the theater and really get into. The film stars a pre-teen named Coco who lives with her father, a smuggler who is also a farmer. Coco's dad works on a farm and is kind of obsessed with Coco. He brings Coco to the World of Tomorrow for the summer and as Coco begins to fall in love with her new life, her dad starts to lose his mind. We all know how the plot of the movie goes, but let's just say that Coco is a very complex movie. This is probably one of the most interesting movies I have seen in a long time and I am glad that Pixar did such a great job with it. The movie has its fair share of strong songs, some great voice acting and a pretty good story. The movie does have a few scenes that are just a little bit over the top, but that is really expected of a movie like this. The acting is a little above par for a Pixar movie, but that is just fine. What really impressed me was the fact that I really like how Pixar is going to bring different cultures to the movie. One of the things that I really liked was the fact that the movie really worked with the different cultures. I think that is a great thing for a movie to do. With the whole Disney vs Pixar thing, it would be a bad thing to see a movie like this. Coco is definitely not for the children, but for the adults who like a very deep story and a great animation, Coco is definitely one of the best movies in a long time. Definitely check it out, but don't go in expecting a Pixar movie because this is a completely different kind of movie.
Sunday, 22 Mar 2020 15:19

This is not a terrible film, but it is no great accomplishment. I would be hard pressed to find a Disney film that is better than this one. It is a very enjoyable movie that is also fun and has great animation. The story of a young princess being forced to marry a prince who is rumored to be evil is something that has been done many times before, but this is one of the better ones. It also has a great story about a father and his son who take the job of guarding a princess. The film has great voice acting, some of which I found very well done, especially given the time period and the characters. It also has a very well thought out story line, something that is hard to find in Disney films these days. The story is very simple, but is very charming. The characters are very good, and their personalities and personalities seem to fit together well. They seem to have great chemistry and the dialogue is very enjoyable. The animation is very impressive, and I found it very impressive how well they were able to put out an entire animated feature. The animation is very interesting and I found it very interesting. It is a really well made film. It is not one of those films that you watch and you can enjoy. This is a great movie, but it isn't a great movie, and that is what I want to point out. This is an animated film, and while it is an animation film, it is not a great film. It is a good movie, but it is not a great film. It is worth watching, but I do not think it is a great film. I give this film a B.


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