The discovery of a generations-old mystery leads to a most extraordinary and surprising family reunion.Wikipedia
...the film’s beautiful ideas of death and beyond will linger with you, long after you’ve left the cinema.
Like many animations before it, Coco is about finding yourself while never losing sight of your family. Disney finds a way to tell this story differently, in an un-American setting.
Coco’s theme about the final death, when one fades from the memory of people, is a poignant one and yet the plot moves along at a steady clip. Nowhere, despite the depth of its ideas, does the film become ponderous. In fact, as unlikely as this may seem, you’ll find yourself thinking of this movie long after it’s ended.
'Coco' shows us what Disney-Pixar does best, and reminds us that it still hasn't lost its touch. Take your kids along for it, and if you don't have any, don't hesitate to go alone!
It's a fun family entertainer not worth missing.
Go for Coco! It’s a colorful treat to eyes, ears, and heart. Those who are not much into such movies, at a point you’ll forget you’re watching an animated movie. A satisfying experience for the soul.
The few drawbacks notwithstanding, this is one of Disney-Pixar's better efforts of late!
Overall, Coco is a charming film that you should not miss.
After a steady stream of underwhelming sequels over the last couple of years, it looks like Pixar is ready to get back on track, and emerge stronger than ever. If you do one thing this weekend treat your heart, soul and eyes to Coco. You won’t regret it.