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“Coco” (2017) “Coco” deftly handles the terrain of Dia de los Muertos

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“Coco” (2017) “Coco” deftly handles the terrain of Dia de los Muertos

Miguel and Abuelita grandmother Coco Pixar

“Coco” deftly handles the terrain of Dia de los Muertos by using convincing character exposition to reach any viewer

unfamiliar with the Mexican holiday and its traditions. As Miguel comes to understand the deeper meaning of

celebrating his ancestors, “Coco” explores death, the afterlife,

and the concept that those we’ve loved and lost aren’t truly gone until we stop remembering them.

As fans and critics alike have come to expect from a Pixar movie,  ดูหนังออนไลน์ 

the animation and world-building in “Coco” is breathtaking. From the opening sequence’s vibrant use of papel picados to the illustrious Land of the Dead,

the colors and textures featured throughout the movie will leave you in awe.

The music is also spectacularly crafted, with one song in particular, “Remember Me,”

cleverly transcending its initial romantic implications into a tear-jerking ode to family.

Other musical numbers will leave you grinning and full of the warmth only a Disney song can provide.