Coco is Pixar's most emotional film, and the way it illicits this emotion is one that every person, no matter what gender, race, sex or nationality, can connect to. The film is buoyed by its impeccable animation and top notch voice acting, but the... Read the full review »
Coco is a beautiful, emotional animated picture, and it is definitely one of the best Pixar movies ever made. This movie has immaculate and awe inspiring animation. That really brings the diverse, and creative world to life. This film is relative... Read the full review »
Happy New Year,everyone!
And please STOP with the 'New Year,New Me' thing,ok?!?
Onto the review.
After coming out from 'Coco' refreshed me in many ways,mostly because not only is it the best animated movie of 2017,but also because I was satisfied... Read the full review »
Pixar’s latest story to pull at your heartstrings does so beautifully. Miguel is a young inspiring musician who works in his family’s shoes business but his love for music is crippled by his family’s hatred of music. In an effort to prove hi... Read the full review »
WHAT I LIKED: 'Coco,' is quite frankly the most delightful and simple instant-classic that we've had from Pixar since 'Finding Nemo,' as it brings its happy, child-friendly appeal seamlessly into another brilliantly innovative and truly timeless s... Read the full review »
Coco is a heartwarming tale that hosts an array of memorable characters on a beautiful Mexican canvas. Pixar rarely put a foot wrong, but lately their animations have become slightly uninspired (I'm looking at you 'Cars' franchise). Fortunately th... Read the full review »
Disney clings on to their usual character cliches, (in particular that goddamned "annoying parent/grandparent who wont allow the protagonist to follow their dreams" cliche) cliche stories (protagonist breaking tradition set by harsh parents to fol... Read the full review »
Having been shadowed in 2016, I had missed Coco completely. Coming to finally view it, it was a joy to let Pixar do their best, as they usually do. Cars 2 will always leave a mark. A skidmark.
Beautiful, cultural and poignant as ever, Coco is a s... Read the full review »