DVD - 2018
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Despite his family's baffling generations-old ban on music, Miguel dreams of becoming an accomplished musician like his idol, Ernesto de la Cruz. Desperate to prove his talent, Miguel finds himself in the stunning and colorful Land of the Dead following a mysterious chain of events. Along the way, he meets charming trickster Hector, and together, they set off on an extraordinary journey to unlock the real story behind Miguel's family history.
Publisher: Burbank, CA : Buena Vista Home Entertainment, c2018
Branch Call Number: DVD JUV
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (approx. 105 mins.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
Language Note: In English and Spanish (U.S. only); English or Spanish subtitles (U.S. only); English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing (SDH) for people with visual disabilities (2.0 Dolby Digital)
Alternative Title: Coco (Motion picture)


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Mar 20, 2018

So amazing and wonderful movie is good "coco" in Mexico. warming-heart and makes me tear. so great movie coco. I love it.

samcmar Mar 20, 2018

This was such an incredible and wonderfully moving film regarding memory and family. It's both heart-warming as it is a tear-jerker. Highly recommended!

Mar 19, 2018

Coco received a small bit of controversy before its theatrical release. A boy who wants to be a musician despite his family's disapproval? And he has a journey in the Land of the Dead? It was quick to accuse Coco of being too similar to The Book of Life, another movie about the Day of the Dead and one I've sung high praises about in the past.
But you can't be too quick to judge these things, and it's foolish to claim that there can only be one definitive movie that celebrates a holiday. Just look at the ridiculous amount of Christmas films that have been made and cherished.

But is Coco the same as The Book of Life? To keep it short--no. It shares similar themes about connecting with loved ones and remembering those who have passed on, but aside from the two similarities mentioned above, Coco is its own movie. It's less comical, less mythological, has an entirely original score (no jukebox numbers), and it touches on bits of Mexican culture that weren't present in The Book of Life--like ofrendas and alebrijes. It also succeeded in making me tear up, the second Oscar winner this year to do so.
Either I'm growing softer, or these movies are getting better at pushing my emotional buttons.

Would I recommend one movie over the other? Absolutely not! Go watch them both. They're excellent.

Mar 14, 2018

Enjoyed by all , seen twice . The only glitch , the movie kept freezing briefly every twenty minutes or so . I was sure that my copy was a new one ,as there was no show of wear .

Mar 14, 2018

Coco is awesome! Honor the dead and do it with pride to preserve their dignity. This is awesome! Mesico is awesome. :)

d2013 Mar 13, 2018

Entertaining with great animation and great music!

Mar 08, 2018

The colour and animation is impressive, but at times a bit overwhelming. However, the story is well done: not necessarily an all-time classic, but with lots of twists and turns that aren't *too* predictable (OK, I guessed the main one well in advance), but also don't leave you with the exhausted "one darn thing after another" feeling. I would agree that it doesn't feel much like a kids movie, but that just moves it into the wider category of "family": the kids can laugh at the goofy dog, and the adults can get the more sophisticated references.

Mar 06, 2018

Incredible animation and a heartfelt story. I do wonder, however, how much of that story little kids get or should get. It's rather complex with going back and forth from the land of the living to the land of the dead (and I thought a bit scary too). But there's no denying the mastery of the Pixar folks--pretty amazing.

Mar 06, 2018

Usually can at least GET THROUGH a Pixar. Not this one. Boring. Trite. Cute to the point of being, frankly, a bit sickening.

Mar 05, 2018

Looks SUSPICIOUSLY like Book of Life produced by Guillermo del Toro, the current Oscar darling. While you are lining up for Coco DVD, check out Book of Life which is more FUN and colourful with an all-star voice-actors and Placido Domingo (!) behind the characters. Also look for Cronos, Del Toro's first Mexican breakthrough, an inventive "vampire" movie about a device that promised immortality.

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