Coco

index1456Vibrant colors, gorgeous music, and rich Mexican heritage meet in the Oscar-winning Pixar movie, Coco.

Though his family forbids all music, but Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez) dreams of being a musician. On Dia de los Muertos, he breaks into the tomb of his idol, who he believes is his great great grandfather, Ernesto de la Cruz (Benjamin Bratt), to steal a guitar so he can play in the local talent show. Instead, Miguel finds himself in the land of the dead, forced to find de la Cruz and get his blessing to return home. He stumbles across another lost soul, Hector (Gael Garcia Bernal), and they make a deal to help each other out: Hector will help Miguel get to de la Cruz, and Miguel will put up a photo of Hector on an ofrenda when he returns home. Their mission gets more complicated with every turn. Several dramatic revelations later, the movie ends with a bittersweet, very satisfying musical finale.

Coco is bursting with life. Impossibly bright colors and infectious melodies add to a story that has touched the hearts of audiences worldwide. Themes of family, love, belonging, and following your passions resonate for kids and adults alike. Incredible world-building combined with a masterful visual style makes the movie a joy to watch and to experience.

Original music and new versions of traditional Mexican folk songs bring a whole new layer of awe-dropping splendor to this masterpiece of a movie. It could work without the music, but why would we want it to when the soundtrack is so memorable and fun to sing along with?

Coco won two Oscars at the 90th Academy Awards: Best Animated Feature Film and Best Original Song for “Remember Me (Ernesto de la Cruz)”.

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Release Date: November 22, 2017

Starring: Anthony Gonzalez, Gael Garcia Bernal, Benjamin Bratt, Alanna Ubach, Renee Victor, Ana Ofelia Murguia, Edward James Olmos

Director: Lee Unkrich

​Distributor: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Genre: Animation, Adventure, Comedy

Audience: Animation lovers, children

Rating: PG

Runtime: 105 minutes

Official Website: www.Pixar.com/Coco

Official Social Media Pages:

​IMDB Page: @Coco

Wiki Link: @Coco

IMG_1925.JPGJacqueline Van Bronkhorst | Writing Contributor
B.A | Screenwriting | Chapman University
Jacqueline was very young when she found her first love: stories. She’s been surrounded by them her whole life, and when she realized she wanted to tell stories for a living she found her place in the world. In fact, she loves storytelling so much that she decided to go to college where she could write and travel the world to find more unique stories. She is a proud writer, self-taught musician and artist, Disney fanatic, Ravenclaw, sci-fi and fantasy lover, self-proclaimed honorary Avenger, and complete geek. Having written everything from fan fiction to newspaper articles, book reviews to experimental prose that was published in her university’s Honors Journal. She has gone many places in pursuit of her degree, from interning at a documentary company in Venice Beach to assisting a Lonely Planet writer in Prague, and she hopes to continue using her writing skills to inform and inspire people. Instagram: @jvb_1996 | View My Blogs

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