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    Coco [Includes Digital Copy] [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray]  (Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV)  (English/French/Spanish)  2017 - Larger Front

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    100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1921 out of 1933)

    Synopsis


    Coco
    A 12-year-old boy named Miguel (voice of Anthony Gonzalez) dreams of becoming a famous guitar player, despite the misgivings of his close-knit family. When his ambitions cause him to run afoul of a terrible curse, he must journey into the Land of the Dead in order to seek forgiveness from his deceased ancestors. Gael Garcia Bernal, Benjamin Bratt, Alanna Ubach, Alfonso Arau, Herbert Siguenza, Gabriel Iglesias, Natalia Cordova-Buckley, and Edward James Olmos also lend their voices to this animated adventure, which was directed by Lee Unkrich and co-directed by Adrian Molina. ~ Jack Rodgers, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • Benjamin Bratt
      Benjamin Bratt - Ernesto de la Cruz
    • Alanna Ubach
      Alanna Ubach - Mama Imelda
    • Renee Victor
      Renee Victor - Abuelita
    • Jaime Camil
      Jaime Camil - Papa
    • Gabriel Iglesias
      Gabriel Iglesias - Clerk



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    Rating 4.9 out of 5 stars with 1934 reviews

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Honoring a cherished Mexican tradition!

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      AandJ091108
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      Disney has always been synonymous with great story telling, powerful artwork and animation, and having heart in most of their major films. Some of the great Disney movies have transcended time and are loved by different generations for that very reason. But then in 2013, Disney attempted to trademark "Dia de los Muertos", or Day of the Dead for one of it's upcoming movies, a move met with much deserved resentment and criticism from Hispanic writers, critics, and the public. To say that the Day of the Dead is the Mexican version of Halloween is incorrect. It isn't a holiday as much as a tradition which is embedded into the heart of many Mexican families to honor loved ones who have passed away. Disney's trademark attempt was an insult to not only the day itself but to millions of people who honor that tradition. That being said, Disney dropped the trademark, and did everything right since then to fix their mistake. Many of the people hired to work on Coco were Hispanic, and after their blunder they also hired Lalo Alcaraz, a political cartoonist and Disney critic, along with Octavio Solis and Marcela Aviles as cultural consultants on the movie. They went from possibly being boycotted to having great international and domestic success, turning many into believers including myself. The end result being a culturally rich and emotional movie that left tears in everyone's eyes. Unlike past Disney/Pixar movies I've seen, there are three layers of meaning integrated into this movie. The first layer is what every Disney story requires which are the characters, plot, visuals, settings etc. The second layer are the morals that Coco teaches, which any person watching the movie can learn from. These two alone are enough to call Coco a great Pixar movie in my opinion. However the third layer, which involves the integration of hispanic traditions and culture, is what makes this movie standout as special, memorable, and unique. As a Mexican-American, this movie holds a special place in my heart because so much of this movie feels real and familiar. From the family dynamic that Miguel shares with the family, to the chancla (sandal) smacking grandma, and especially because of the music, this movie feels saturated with Hispanic customs and way of life. It is obvious from the first scene to the last that Disney listened very well to their cultural advisors for this movie. Being a Mexican-American, I've learned that various aspects of Life, Death, and Family are handled and understood differently between all ethnicities, backgrounds, and cultures. Coco involves several scenes in a graveyard, shows relatives returning from the afterlife as skeletal versions of who they once were, and has Miguel racing against the clock to return to his family before dying. These are cinematic occurences which some may not want to watch or explain to their children. My suggestion for anyone who hasn't watched this movie and is not of a Central/South American background is to be prepared and be open minded. ​Though some parts of the movie could seem farfetched, myself along with all the Hispanic adults and children watching the movie in theatres were mesmerized to watch something you can identify with as a person and as a community. For many, this movie is all about seeing the world through another's eyes, and that's wonderful in itself. Ultimately, Coco is a fantastic movie worthy of the Pixar/Disney brand which every family should enjoy. Prior to release, my two concerns with the movie was that it would be a heartless Pixar version of the Book of Life, and that Disney would take advantage and exploit the Hispanic culture in a distasteful way. I'm glad to say that besides focusing on music and honoring the Day of the Dead , similarities ended between the two movies. I enjoyed The Book of Life, and had low expectations for Coco in comparison. The truth is (no disrespect to the movie or the people who made it) The Book of Life is enjoyable and relatable, not a cultural staple. Although both movies treated one of the most important Mexican traditions with dignity and respect, Coco's heartwarming interpretation will become an unforgettable treasure in the Hispanic community for generations to come.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great Steelbook, Excellent Movie

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      GirlWithABird
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      If you're reading this, I'm sure you've seen the movie: its amazing, stunning, and an absolute marvel of animation. If you haven't seen it, you need to. Moving on. I love this steelbook - very nice/unique design that doesn't have any "spoilers" like some packaging I've run across for this or other movies (character reveals, things like that). The interior packaging of the discs is a bit meh, seeing as how it layers a set of the discs in a way that there could be damage. A few people I've heard from have reported receiving cracked discs due to the way the discs are set, so make sure and check the edges (and inner circle) of the discs after buying to insure they're good before your replacement period runs on. The extras on the disc are amazing! Lots of behind the scenes, wonderful commentaries, and overall an excellent bonus for any fan of animation, pixar, or just this film overall. I'm ecstatic to have this steelbook in my collection.

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Coco is Good...but not Great

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      WatchEmAll
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      I read some very positive reviews from critics and this movie also had good word of mouth. We missed it in the theater but I bought this Blu-ray/DVD combo so we could watch it with my 5 year old daughter. We all enjoyed it and I will say that the blu-ray picture is amazing for the vibrant colors. Where it came up short for me and all of us to a degree, was that Book of Life has some VERY similar elements and we liked that movie better. Also, there are a few plot points that take some extra explaining for younger kids. That's not necessarily a negative but be aware you'll need to address death and the afterlife some, same as we did with Book of Life. It's the time jumps with some characters being old in current time but a baby in other times that can drag it down a little. Overall, a solid kids movie with some great animation and colors that adults will like too. I just didn't find it as amazing as others, probably b/c I'd seen Book of Life about 10 times with my kid.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Amazing!!!!

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      JenRN
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      My kids and I saw this at the movie theater and we fell in love! I couldn't wait to get the 4K blu ray. I preordered it and picked it up the day it was released. I've watched it 3 times already (2 times in a row while my kids were in school LOL). We laughed, sang, and cried during the movie. It truly evokes every possible emotion you have. The sound is great and the graphics are impeccable. I really can't say enough about this movie. The inside of the case was broken when I received it so 2 of the discs were sliding all over the place so I took it back to Best Buy and exchanged it....no biggie. All in all this is my absolute favorite Disney movie and I can't wait to enjoy it for years to come.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Fantastic Pixar Film

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      Moviefan18
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      I took my family to see Coco in the theater and we all loved it. In my opinion, it is the best Pixar film since Inside Out and ranks up in the top 5 of my favorite Pixar movies. It made me laugh and almost made me cry, which only a few animated movies have been able to do. The animation looks amazing as well. The only downside for this item involves the special features/extras on the Blu-ray disc. I always enjoy a segment that shows the voice actors recording their lines for an animated movie, but unfortunately that wasn't included on the special features for Coco. I still won't take any stars away from it for that reason, just a great family movie about the importance of family.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Needs an Adult to Explain Plot

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      Meffy
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      This movie has a very in depth plot. The general premise is that people in the living world need to remember people that have passed on to the dead world in order for them to stay in the dead world. Once forgotten about from the living, they disappear from the world of the dead forever. I watched this with my wife and 8 and 7 year old kids, and the kids were having trouble understanding exactly what was going on. It had a lot of music, dancing and fun to keep people entertained, but certainly for a kid to appreciate what exactly the plot to the movie is, have an adult around. It was a great movie and I wanted to watch it again afterward.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Wow

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      Eurogerv
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      I'm not the target audience for Coco, being a thirty-something who's not particularly close with family. But WHOA! This movie is excellent. Some of the twists and turns in the story are very predictable, but it doesn't matter a bit, the emotional buttons get pushed just right. The Steelbook is great, but it seems like the studios aren't supporting 3D blu ray as much anymore, because this didn't get an American 3D release (that I'm aware of), which is disappointing. But the film is super, there are plenty of interesting bonus features, and don't worry, it's not as similar to Book of Life as everyone thought the trailers looked.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Best Pixar Movie Ever Watch it NOW!!!!

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      Ernie
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      In terms of picture quality it is the best movie to show to everyone when you are bragging about 4K media content, because the colors are vivid. Story is also good and like any pixar movie you will cry....and again and again. Just bring a tissue. This movie its a gift to Mexican culture seriously this movie blows away "The Book of Life". In conclusion if you are looking for a great movie to watch with the family than this one is the one to watch bluray is also beautiful to look at. But if you have a 4K set up. Then buy this edition. Also did I forget that you will cry. I promise i am not kidding.

      I would recommend this to a friend




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