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I’m an Autistic-Conservative-Christian who loves to write, act, paint, and so much more, with so many ideas in my head it’s hard to make them stay put. I also have quite an unusual sense of humor.

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Nov
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2019

My Movie Review on Coco (Plus, a Bonus) · 2:22pm Nov 6th, 2019

Bueno dias, my Amigos.

This is your friendly film, TV show, and episode reporter here once again with another review.

And today, I've decided to give you my fourth "Thanksgiving Treat" by reviewing Disney-Pixar's "Coco".

Here's what it's about:

Young Miguel is a boy who deeply aspires to be a musician. However, for quite a long time, music has been mysteriously banned from the presence of his family, and they don't approve of him wanting to be a musician.

Unexpectedly, Miguel finds himself trapped in the Land of the Dead after a great chain of events, where he comes face to face with his ancestors. His great-grandmother doesn't approve of his dreams to be a musician either, and so Miguel goes on the run to find Ernestro de la Cruz, whom he believes to be his great-grandfather. He must get the blessing of a family member to go home before sunrise, otherwise he'll die and be stuck in the Land of the Dead forever.

Accompanied by a charming trickster named Hector, and a stray dog named Dante, will Miguel ever be able to go home? Or will he die the moment the sun rises?

The prime reason for why I wanted to review this movie was because of the film's concept being about family, and Thanksgiving's about coming together with the family you love.

I really must say, I can see why this film's so popular and successful.

IT'S AMAZING WITH A CAPITAL 'A'!!!

For instance, the animation that Pixar made for this film was groundbreakingly beautiful! I love how they were able to capture a sense of realism through the overall visualization, especially in the Land of the Dead, with its bright colors and sense of majesty. There was even a certain visual wit about it that made it all-the-more entrancing, particularly with the visual gags used with Hector and Dante.

The direction by Lee Unkrich and Adrian Molina, the screenplay by Molina and Matthew Aldrich, and the story by Unkrich, Molina, Aldrich, and Jason Katz, were awesome as well. It's not only because of Unkrich not ceasing himself from making a film that's truly remarkable, but because of how much effort, heart, and thought he and the others put into it. They were able to make this movie heartfelt and emotional enough to tug at your soul, and the humor they incorporated was non-stop funny, with every joke landing with such wit and timing. Films that discuss the importance of family and how great having one is are increasingly rare nowadays, and Unkrich and company did a terrific job at making a film made to do just that.

Michael Giacchino, might I add, composed perhaps his best music score for a Pixar film yet. Now I realize that I haven't reviewed the other Pixar films Giacchino composed for yet, but still, his work on this film was melodiously beautiful. Among the many things I enjoyed about the score was the use of guitar music, which was instantly enchanting and unique. The songs that were written by Alfred Molina, Robert and Kristen-Anderson Lopez, and Germaine Franco were amazing too, might I add.

Finally, the voice acting, casting, characters, and character development were all completely astonishing. Each performer fit their characters like peas in a pod, and the characters themselves were grippingly fun and memorable.

Even though Miguel obviously has quite the rebellious personality, his character development throughout was so powerful. He's extremely lovable, and what he's going through was something I found to be relatable among others. The performance of Anthony Gonzalez was awesome too.

Gael Garcia Bernal, Alanna Ubach, and Benjamin Bratt likewise did an incredible job portraying their characters of Hector, Mama Imelda, and Ernesto de la Cruz. In addition to that, their characters developed fantastically in the film, and each of them were so memorable and distinct.

In conclusion, Pixar's "Coco" is another one of the company's most outstanding of treasures. It not only does a terrific job at honoring Mexican culture, but it has all of the qualifications and traits to make it one of Pixar's very best films.

So, I rate "Coco" a solid five out of five stars.


As a bonus to you guys, I wanted to show you all another picture of Rarity in an outfit that I find to be absolutely stunning on her. It’s one that she wears at the end of Season 9’s “Dragon Dropped”, while she’s mining for gems with Pinkie.

What do you guys think?

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Comments ( 7 )

I like this movie because it reminds me to do my family history and remember my ancestors.

I love day of the dead movies
can you do the book of life if you can.

Personally I prefer The Book of Life over Coco since it already explored the Mexican culture fantastically.

I also agree that Rarity looks very lovely in that outfit.

This was an amazing film to watch.

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What’d you guys think of the picture?

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Now that you bring it up, I will gladly do so at some point.

Ah Coco, despite having seen it numerous times, is a fantastic flick

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