Disney•Pixar’s COCO is finally here and now playing in theaters everywhere! While I was in San Francisco back in August I only got to see 35 minutes of it but last night I got to see the entire film and it was more than amazing.
And playing before CoCo you’ll be able to see OLAF’S FROZEN ADVENTURE. Both of these films are the perfect way to kick off the holiday season with the family!
Seeing Pixar Coco last night really opened my eyes about family being more important than anything else. Plus, I got a better understanding of the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos. When we got back from the trip we got the opportunity to create our Chatbooks to keep the memories alive over the years. When mine arrived I literally cried as it was the best memory book everywhere. I was able to go back and relive the trip with my Disney family over and over again. Chatbooks make a great gift and memory holder. You can make your own and get 20% off through Dec. 2 by using the code: JOLLY.
Want to know my thoughts about the movie, check out my reasons to see it below!
5 Reasons to Bring Your Family to See Disney•Pixar’s COCO
Great Grandma Coco
She is the heart of the story and you will fall in love with her until the very end.
It’s All About Family
It gives strong messages about family and the importance of them along with family traditions.
Explains Dia de los Muertos
Teaches you about the beautiful Mexican holiday and how they celebrate the Day of the Dead. Want to know some more facts? Check out The History and Significance of Día de los Muertos & Fun Facts About the Story of COCO.
It’s Not Scary
The skeletons are not scary and your kids will like the humor in them. The directors purposely did not make the skeletons scary so that people of all ages can enjoy the film. You can find out more in 10 Fun Facts about How the Skeletons Were Brought to Life in Pixar’s Coco.
Alebrijes AKA Spirit Animal
Discover the magical Alebrijes in the film who are colorful and a spirit animal to the land of the dead. They are friendly and helpful and exceptionally colorful. Pay attention to detail on each one as they are a mix of different animals put together to form one. Learn more about them in this article: The Significance of Alebrijes + Fun Facts About Pixar COCO’s Pepita and Dante.
The movie will definitely touch your heart and you may want to bring the tissues….just sayin’. I had so much fun learning about this film while in San Francisco and having an Exclusive Interview with COCO Director Lee Unkrich, Writer and Co-Director Adrian Molina & Producer Darla K. Anderson. It left a great impression on me before and after the film and helped me understand that I need to make family #1 at all times. See Coco playing in theaters now with the entire family.
About the Movie
Despite his family’s baffling generations-old ban on music, Miguel (voice of newcomer Anthony Gonzalez) dreams of becoming an accomplished musician like his idol, Ernesto de la Cruz (voice of Benjamin Bratt). 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 (voice of Gael García Bernal), and together, they set off on an extraordinary journey to unlock the real story behind Miguel’s family history.
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