5 Reasons To Watch Pixar’s ‘Coco’

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The latest Pixar film, Coco, earned raves from audiences over the long Thanksgiving holiday weekend. But tons of Twitter users negatively react over Disney’s 21-minute “short” Olaf’s Frozen Adventure that plays before Coco. Mainly, because it’s too long and for Disney’s self-promotion as Frozen 2 is out in Nov. 2019. So, the company will remove the ‘Frozen’.

As for the movie itself, there are issues you should pay attention. If you still haven’t seen this amazing story about the child’s dream, then Nexter gives 5 main reasons to watch Pixar’s Coco right now.

Box Office never lies

‘Coco’ hit US theaters on November 22 and leading two weeks already. At the top, Coco added an estimated $26.1 million this weekend bringing the film’s cume to $108.7 million after 12 days in release, according to studio estimates.

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Source: Pixar

It also added an estimated $69 million internationally this weekend for an overseas total that tops $171 million and a global cume reaching $280 million. New markets this weekend included strong debuts in France, Belgium and Spain along with excellent holdovers where the film actually saw increases over opening weekend.

Critics recommend

Despite box office success, Disney and Pixar’s ‘Coco’ conquered critics’ hearts. Rotten Tomatoes estimates the movie with 97% rate.

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Source: Pixar

Top critics reviews:

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.”

Matthew Lickona, San Diego Reader

This engaging Pixar animation plays magnificently with elements of Mexican folklore and fine art.

Ben Sachs, Chicago Reader

Family is a number one priority

In Coco, these centre around family, death and the loss of loved ones. The movie is a magnificent celebration of family and love. The importance of family and warm relationships is colorfully pictured. Moreover, it teaches to take care of one another, pass down legacies of those who are no longer with us, and keep their memory alive.

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Source: Pixar

 

Mexican culture

Mexican spirit is #1 feature in Coco that makes the movie authentic in the world of animation that is predominantly white.

First of all, all the events set on Mexico’s Day of the Dead, which is quite unknown for other cultures. Another issue the film is showing is a unique Mexican literature, many fantastical folk creatures, an iconic Mexican ballad.

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Source: Pixar

Humor

The storytelling is full of really funny jokes making it one of Pixar’s funniest .  Coco is very emotional, it will make you laugh and cry. Despite the ending is pretty obvious and expected, a few tears would naturally be evoked.

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Source: Pixar

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5 Reasons To Watch Pixar’s ‘Coco’
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The latest Pixar film, Coco, earned raves from audiences over the long Thanksgiving holiday weekend. But tons of Twitter users negatively react over Disney’s 21-minute “short” Olaf’s Frozen Adventure that plays before Coco. Mainly, because it’s too long and for Disney's self-promotion as Frozen 2 is out in Nov. 2019. So, the company will remove the 'Frozen'.
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