Coco Review: GO SEE IT!

Coco Review: GO SEE IT!

Pixar’s Coco: A colorful bright beam in such a lackluster year….

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Michael Hewitt-Clarke says:

7:26 nice to know I wasn’t the only one who did that

Carlitos Molina says:

I don't know if you said it right but I was born in Texas so I a little bit of Spanish

BananaKitOfInternetClan says:

Isn't it coincidental, how coco is a Christmas drink… hmm…

Wiishuu ._. says:

2:33 what about princess and the frog?

poo poo says:

I speak spanish and watched it in spanish and his voice was 10x better but the english one was still good

I get all The likes says:

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Nate Saldutti says:

The more I think about it calling coco a rip off is like saying a christmas carol is to much like its a wonderful life(or vise versa whichever comes first.

GameWorlds says:

you said papel picado right. also, what I did when I heard my friend hadn't seen Coco "YOU NEED TO WATCH IT RIGHT NOW IT'S AMAZING!" I agree with everything you say exactly. I too predicted Hector's thing… but with how good this movie is I DON'T GIVE A CARE ABOUT THAT ONE ISSUE (of sorts) AND WON'T FOR 10000 LIFETIMES

Christina Littleton says:

I love Coco, too; the drink, the "Mama Coco", the movie, and Miguel's baby sister!
So, but seriously, this movie is amazing, breath-taking, and emotional (in a good way)! I'm still hoping that they'll make it as a TV series or a sequel that has continuity of the original version of it. Maybe it would have Hector in it as a ghost (or spirit) that only the Riveras can see; because he missed the deadline…(pun intended) or it would have someone who's the last person that's a long, lost relative of Ernesto de la Cruz (which means that they didn't know what Ernesto did to Hector) which results in a huge misunderstanding which leads to a huge feud against the de la Cruzes(?) and the Riveras.
Anyways, just like the holiday: Dia de los Muertos, you don't have to have any source of Spanish in your DNA to enjoy it, the only thing that matters is…
Mama Imelda: "To never forget how much your family loves you."
Miguel: "Family comes first."

Heather Valenzano says:

RECK-IT RALPH isn't Pixar.

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