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Coco

2017
Comedy
Family/Kids
1h 45m
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Rated 04 Feb 2018
95
91st
The plot is built around an enormously predictable twist, and the family's collective hatred of music quickly goes from funny to alarmingly psychotic, but these are nitpicks - "Coco" is fantastic. The sheer creativity, thematic richness, and deep wells of emotion on display are jaw-dropping and prove that Pixar can still belt out masterpieces when they want to.
Rated 28 Nov 2017
90
92nd
Every year when I'm convinced I'm losing my feeling Pixar saunters in and makes me feel again. Not this year though , that god damn Olaf Frozen 21 minute long short made my heart shrink 3 sizes and I sat there scowling till the ushers had to claw me out
Rated 22 Nov 2017
95
84th
I loved this! I really hope it isn't a forgotten film from the Pixar cannon. The animation is beautiful and very detailed, and the story manages to pull at the heart strings towards the end. Leave it to Disney to almost me cry! Very beautiful, pretty funny, really detailed, and richly made and entertaining. It's a different turn for Pixar and Disney that totally works. I highly recommend seeing this if you haven't yet, even if you're weary of Pixar anymore.
Rated 03 Apr 2018
88
95th
Take 2014's "The Book of Life" and make it better in nearly every way and you've got "Coco" both are awesome explorations of Mexican culture, both are extremely entertaining kids movies with enough adult themes to entertain all, but "Coco" is yet another in a growing collection of sublime Pixar movies.
Rated 29 Apr 2018
90
95th
A very well balanced and paced family film. It has an almost Ghibli-esque respect for the age of its characters, set in a similarly colorful world. Coco sets about exploring how the sadness of death plays out, without letting go of its effervescence for the living. Easy recommendation for any audience.
Rated 28 Nov 2017
85
85th
Folks, I say this without a hint of insincerity. I'm in love with the Coco. It seems like once a year, audiences are treated to an animated feature that's every bit as enjoyable -- if not more so -- for the adults as it is for the kids. Last year we were lucky enough to get two in Zootopia and Kubo. This year, we have Coco, which is every bit as good as both. It has the aesthetic, message, beautiful animation and captivating story, to grab its audience and take them on an evocative journey.
Rated 19 Jan 2018
90
98th
Another top-notch release from Pixar. Coco is centered around Dia de los Muertos (The Day of the Dead) and shows a Latin American viewpoint refreshingly different to typical western attitudes. Here the dead are honoured with a celebration of music, food and drink instead of being mourned. Pixar's trademark quality storytelling and dialogue along with the beautiful vibrant visuals and a great soundtrack ends up creating a really enjoyable movie.
Rated 01 Jun 2018
68
65th
I dunno.This one didn't do much for me. It's well made, but the premise was so goofy I never got into it. Maybe I am racist?
Rated 22 Nov 2017
90
97th
The story is still a little bit generic, even with the fresh paint over it, and it tries to surprise us with a twist that isn't going to fake out many people over the age of six. Apart from that? Sorry, folks, but I've got nothing. Coco's a joy from start to finish. And I mean when it actually starts, not when the cinema lights dim and you're subjected to a Frozen short.
Rated 23 Nov 2017
64
35th
Promises a narrative about the importance of family and the power of music, then proceeds to be about neither of these things until the last 15 minutes (which are superb, but needed to be part of a better film for a satisfying pay-off). Mostly just uninteresting characters running from one place to the next in an overly busy plot and way too much borrowing from other Pixar films, especially Up, Ratatouille, and Monsters Inc. I spent most of my time wishing I was watching one of those instead.
Rated 20 Dec 2017
53
62nd
Predictable much? I'm getting pretty sick of Pixar reusing the same villain archetype. I'm rating it above 50 because I got teary-eyed at the end, but that's saying nothing.
Rated 26 Dec 2017
90
99th
A rich tapestry of Hispanic culture, which, for someone like me in the UK, is refreshing to watch. Not as fun and humourous as other Pixar movies but it has a lot of heart and very poignant messages with its love of music, culture and family shining through. Pixar and Disney just keep on delivering homeruns.
Rated 09 Feb 2018
60
51st
Good start, great ending. Everything in between is just another enhanced chase scene from Pixar.
Rated 01 Mar 2018
85
94th
Beautiful, both visually and thematically, and simply a joy to watch.
Rated 28 Mar 2018
85
92nd
After tackling depression (for kids!) with Inside Out the good people at Pixar move on to death (for kids!) with equal success. Whatever shortcomings there are in this sprawling and moving adventure, are more or less all attributed to the Pixar writers' way of shaping every story beat into its ideal form, making them -well- ideal, but also a bit predictable. Still, a brilliant film! (though I did miss Manny Calavera in it)
Rated 28 Nov 2017
90
91st
If it's not up to the standard of Wall-E it's pretty fucking close, making it one of the best animated movies out there. Superbly animated like every Pixar movie, but the setting is what really sets it apart: I love this shit. Even though the plot is about what you'd expect, it's still an emotional powerhouse so it's easy to forgive that. It has some laughs, lots of cries, treats its themes and subjects with respect and intelligence. An excellent meditation on death and family.
Rated 29 Nov 2017
70
77th
Took a bit to get traction, but once it did, I thoroughly enjoyed it. Abuelita, the true villain of the film, tried her darnedest to screw over Miguel.
Rated 08 Dec 2017
100
93rd
I honestly believe this is the best film to come from Pixar since possibly Toy Story. It is full of love and humor and beauty. Please go see it and support films that celebrate other cultures! And bring some tissues with you.
Rated 22 Dec 2017
68
42nd
Hmmm; Criticker hasn't been this off for a long while (it gave me a 97). It is a missed opportunity in my opinion; it has a great potential but it has quite a mediocre execution. I do not like Mariachi style music much in general and that did not help either. Visually it was beautiful but not really overwhelming as I have expected. My daughter was quite unexcited in the end- that is my measuring stick these days(she was crazy involved emotionally with Moana for example).
Rated 31 Dec 2017
82
80th
Every now and then Pixar comes with a animation movie that makes you think and wonder at the imagination of the story-writers. Coco is one such movie. It is almost in the same league as Inside Out. The movie gives you the desired laughs but it also has its tearful moments. The idea of being forgotten from people's memories is brilliantly played out here.
Rated 04 Jan 2018
70
67th
The general story was very familiar, very cliché, very conventional in that family movie way to the point that I saw the 'twists' coming a mile away, but it delivered where it counted. When it emerges what the film is really about, it works and gives a wonderfully emotional ending and overall message. The animation was beautiful, the voice acting was good, and there were some nice songs. It was definitely a winner overall, though not quite among Pixar or Disney's best.
Rated 09 Jan 2018
8
93rd
Remarkably good film, whether or not the structure and twists of it are a bit predictable (after Wreck It-Ralph, Frozen, Big Hero 6 and Zootopia the whole secret villain twist is getting a touch played out). The character arcs are simple but lovely, the animation and visual design gorgeous, the emotion moving, the world fascinating, and even the somewhat elaborate "rules" of the film are laid out smartly and entertainingly without excessive exposition. Best Pixar since Ratatouille/WALL-E/Up.
Rated 14 Jan 2018
80
83rd
A lot of inspired and exceptional animations and CGI. Great voice acting. The interesting and engaging plot and dialog was humorous throughout. It's dark at times, but with an equal balance of cute. Good music. Kid friendly. Overall it was fun to watch and gives a few life's lessons.
Rated 28 Jan 2018
90
89th
Surprisingly good movie. I honestly didn't think that a movie about Mariachi music, family and Día de Muertos could pull at my heart strings, but oh boy. Yes it is pretty predictable and obvious, but sprinkle on a little Pixar magic and it doesn't really matter. Sweet, fun, quirky with a heart warming message. Well done pixar, well done.
Rated 11 Feb 2018
85
94th
Really impressively done. Has some twists you'll see coming, but it packs Pixar's most emotional core since Toy Story 3. Beautiful showcase of Mexican culture that never panders.
Rated 25 Nov 2017
93
86th
That's funny, that's the same way I feel about death! Coco is simple and predictable, and it's that same familiarity that then sneaks up behind you in the second act and strangles you with your own tears, suddenly turning into a very powerful movie that just hits you so hard in the gut. That might be that even though you see it coming, the plot moves at a perfect pace, so that when a certain you-know-what happens, you get to savor it in all its richness.
Rated 26 Nov 2017
75
75th
not the best of Pixar's output nor my favorite, but arguably their most technically impressive to date, with a strong enough story to keep viewers emotionally invested.
Rated 28 Nov 2017
4
51st
It sucks that even when you're dead you can't escape capitalist murderers.
Rated 29 Nov 2017
93
87th
Lee Unkrich ought to step in as head of the studio now, because every single Pixar venture he touches is the new gold standard of what they're capable of producing. Coco is gorgeous and heartfelt. The words aren't in me right now, nearly a week after my viewing, to emphasize how this film touches the human heart. I could yammer about the characters, the animation, the music, the talent that's beating inside this film, but it would be an injustice to the truth of it. Just go watch it.
Rated 02 Dec 2017
70
30th
Good Pixar movies have real problems to solve, they allow kids to grief, be sad, be confused or ... wrong. Inside Out was wonderful at that. Coco instead creates a "story" in which the oppositions are music and 'music is bad''. What a drama! What a narrative! Also, am I just getting old or are animated movies without any rhythm these days? They just rush from joke to joke and even the melancholic my-mom-throws-shoes-at-me-but-it's-not-abusive-bc-it's-PIxar-moments are hurried.
Rated 12 Dec 2017
86
90th
Like nearly all of Pixar's poignant films, COCO tells a fundamental story in a daring way. What other children's film would have its protagonist literally commune with the dead in order to discover the meaning of family, as well as past's ripple effect on our present lives? Humble and heartfelt, COCO is also a sincere--if overtly commercial--tribute to the music, history, and culture of Mexico; even when the plot adheres to the recent Disney template, it remains visually and sonically distinct.
Rated 26 Dec 2017
91
94th
The artwork and animation make this an outstanding film, and they are so immersive as to make the viewer get right into the semi-annoying story. The vast cityscapes will get the real attention, and they're more impressive a backdrop than the oceanscapes in Finding Nemo and Finding Dory, with an even more amazing display of computing power. I want to see this one again in 3D.
Rated 19 Jan 2018
90
94th
This movie was great.
Rated 21 Jan 2018
9
91st
Coco is yet another delightful experience from Pixar and this is my favourite Pixar release since Inside Out. Both myself and my 4 year old son thoroughly enjoyed ourlesves. We have become accustomed to sequels of mixed quality from Pixar, but I just found the concept and themes of this film incredibly refreshing. I was pleasantly surprised by the maturity and emotional weight of this film. And the vibrant, immersive and beautiful animation is absolutely stunning. Coco is another gem from Pixar.
Rated 22 Jan 2018
85
90th
Frankly a miracle in a dire decade for Pixar - engrossing world-building backed by animation that actually values expressionism over hyper-realism manages to elevate the material above the almost formulaic style the studio has settled into lately. The last 10 minutes might go down in history alongside WALL-E's first act and Up's first 10 minutes.
Rated 18 Nov 2019
70
89th
The songs in this are pretty forgettable, ironically. Save for "Remember Me", will anyone be able to name one other song from this in 10 years time? Thankfully the story is much better than the songs, which is odd, considering the theme being about music as a curse. The animation is great and the idea of the afterlife is pretty cool, but this doesn't crack my Top 10 Pixar films. Criticker predicted a score of 100 for me. Really? C'mon now. Less than 1% of things I've viewed gets 100.
Rated 29 Jan 2018
95
90th
Beautiful movie on a wonderful adventure. The animation is top notch, the story telling is wonderful, and it made me cry. Like ugly sad "Up Level" tears. Pixar embraces Mexican culture amazingly with this movie, that feels so honest and caring. Also the main song in the movie is fantastic with how much meaning it has and how different the meaning is when sped up or slowed down.
Rated 11 Feb 2018
95
88th
Flawless art with a heavy, but heartfelt and touching, dose of liberal philosophy and panentheism. Unkrich is a good person and a good director, and everyone can get something great out of this film.
Rated 19 Feb 2018
100
99th
The best animated film EVER!
Rated 03 Mar 2018
90
96th
Excellent animation, clever and entertaining story.
Rated 09 Mar 2018
95
97th
A beautiful family movie. The story was excellent and it really shows the importance of family.
Rated 13 Mar 2018
90
98th
IMO, one of the best and quite possibly the very best film ever from Pixar.
Rated 04 Apr 2018
8
71st
very cool environments, good story
Rated 25 Nov 2017
77
81st
Gorgeous, rich animation and an exciting, emotional story. Not peak Pixar but an excellent entry in to the canon.
Rated 26 Nov 2017
20
46th
Pixar is getting lazy.
Rated 30 Nov 2017
8
87th
I wasn't too excited about the done and overdone mexican lore in animation films, but this one rose above all my expectations. Not only did it capture the essence of central american culture just right, it also told a beautiful story with strong characters and high quality animation. I had burned out on Pixar for about ten years, but this time, they delivered. This is quality.
Rated 03 Dec 2017
75
81st
It takes a few too many cues from "The Book of Life" and is strangely predictable for a Pixar feature. Nevertheless, it's still Pixar; they might have copied for this one, but damn, what a gorgeous and heartwarming copy.
Rated 06 Dec 2017
81
82nd
One of the weaker Pixar stories... it was a bit predictable. But the music and settings and characters were beautiful and well-rounded. Others in the theater were crying and I was definitely laughing and clapping and it was a joyous experience. I loved the Mexican world brought to life with so much care.
Rated 08 Dec 2017
85
86th
Pay attention, WDAS, THIS is how you use foreshadowing to tell a great story.
Rated 14 Nov 2020
6
34th
For someone coming from a family of humble shoemakers, that kid has a pretty sweet man cave. Technically the same movie as Ratatouille, but as opposed to that amazing film, it eschews complexity of character and theme for shallow Disney shenanigans. If this movie taught me anything, it's that I should've bought Disney stock 10 years ago.
Rated 27 Aug 2018
65
50th
Mostly forgettable and very ugly design choices. The last 30 minutes or so were good and emotional though. All in all one of the blandest Pixar releases.
Rated 31 Dec 2017
76
57th
Not bad, some good songs.
Rated 02 Jan 2018
17
94th
W4E2P2S1V2M2A1R3. This is like a perfect combination of Inside Out--using animation to personify something spiritual or psychological--and Kubo--highlighting the importance of family and history. It's not quite as innovative as Inside Out and feels (unfairly) derivative of Kubo. But it's a thrill and has the best soundtrack of the 3.
Rated 09 Jan 2018
85
63rd
I was concerned it would be a clone of "The Book Of Life" but luckily it wasn't. The story was good, not great, but the animation was beautiful.
Rated 25 Jun 2018
81
71st
The film starts a bit too slowly and in such a way that it's hard to care for Miguel's living family. It's really the latter two thirds of the movie that it picks up, has a few good twists, and starts to get you involved in the story. I consider it one of Pixar's sleepier titles, but it assuredly has its moments.
Rated 21 Oct 2018
93
89th
might fuck around and buy yet another guitar i don't need.
Rated 16 Jan 2018
76
14th
The dialog an plot came straight out of generic kid movie cliches. Disappointing for Pixar but what you might expect from the post-Disney takeover era. There were some nice visuals but not much else here for adults.
Rated 31 Jan 2018
78
69th
The representation of Mexican culture is surprisingly genuine and honest. It was hard to rate this objectively because I was entranced by the loving detail that so honestly reflects the beauty of my country and people; past and present. The plot might be a little lacking, I guess, but I found myself hardly caring about that.
Rated 01 Feb 2018
90
99th
A better The Book of Life (2014).
Rated 04 Feb 2018
75
65th
Not Pixar's best, though better than their last three.
Rated 13 Jul 2018
81
65th
A good example of how Pixar can mine the deeper trenches of common children's movie themes (the importance of family, following your dreams, etc.) while bringing life to cultural and traditional mythology, providing only the highest production value in visuals, music, and voice acting, and tapping into a universal emotional framework that can so satisfyingly guide the audience through joy and sadness alike. The movie is not their best, of course, but surely their best in a while.
Rated 28 Aug 2018
68
76th
I wanted this movie to make me ugly-cry, but it just teared me up. I blame the overblown hype. It is a beautiful, beautiful film and has a heartfelt message, but it's just a feel-good nice film.
Rated 22 Feb 2018
6
56th
In a classic case of blowing your wad too soon, pixar burned through their budget right before getting around to the lion spirit animal. Seriously, what was with that horrifically out of place, early 2000's, PS2 quality lion amidst an entire cast and world which is expressively and articulately animated. Pulled me out of the movie every time. Hector's bone-juggling antics get old as fast as the lead's handicapped spirit dog does. It's not innovative to make an american adaptation of latin ameri
Rated 14 Jul 2018
67
76th
Coco (or how I overcame the matriarchy and was oblivious to a plot twist) is entertaining but not groundbreaking. The animation is spectacular, particularly with regards to the field depth and shadowing. However, the plot is a little lacklustre. At times the film feels like a Mexican Alice in Wonderland, and shares similarities with 2014’s The Book of Life (though neither as epic nor original). My biggest gripe is the focus on the "twist". Enjoyable, but far from great.
Rated 07 Mar 2018
70
82nd
Good film but could have been a true Classic.
Rated 12 Mar 2018
95
99th
Coco was a surprisingly good movie that probably should have won picture of the year. An amazing movie that I'll be happy to watch again!
Rated 23 Mar 2018
78
75th
While the movie was pretty boring in the middle and used some lazy plot devices, it did pay off with a strong finish.
Rated 06 Apr 2018
86
96th
Great traditional set up. Fine visuals, lovable characters. But we never heard a mexican song as hispenic. All songs were english. Even in Moana we had 3-4 OST that was polanezian. Twist was too obvious. But still one of the most emotional pixar pieces of all time...
Rated 07 Apr 2018
70
53rd
I am embarrassed to say Coco overall did not work for me. Perhaps it was the downright ludicrous way Miguel's family treated music, which never felt genuine to me, or the fact that this Hell has the same feel, logic, and border security as Disneyland, which again felt wanting. But when Miguel finally returned to Coco for a simple climax... there wasn't a dry eye in the audience, myself included. When Pixar wants to, without all the razzle-dazzle and sheen, they can still draw blood from a stone.
Rated 07 Apr 2018
90
98th
The 2nd viewing was even better. What a beautiful film! The themes and delivery is just magic. You expect nothing less from Pixar but they deliver again. The music is also fantastic and adds a lot to the film, as it is a key plot point. You'll want to make sure you have some tissues for the last 10 minutes, as the pay off and emotional finish will surely have you in tears.
Rated 23 Apr 2018
5
73rd
not the most thorny or surprising pixar film of recent years, but probably the most beautifully constructed, and an impassioned explanation for their longstanding obsessions with mortality and memory, suggesting that traditions--art, myth, culture, family--are the healthiest response to our temporary existence, tools for building bridges between the past and present so that nothing is lost. heavy stuff, mostly (not always, e.g. the 2D villain) granted the texture and weight it deserves.
Rated 14 Aug 2018
90
87th
Coco explodes with color, sounds glorious, and is equal-parts sorrowful and achingly joyful. It has the narrative simplicity and thematic universality of a timeless song.
Rated 30 Apr 2018
58
68th
Charming story.
Rated 01 May 2018
96
99th
Top tier Pixar.
Rated 10 May 2018
70
91st
This was good. It managed to celebrate Latin American culture without being too cliched. The world of the dead with all the details is really ambitious and looks great visually. It really felt fresh in the middle of all the sequels and re-boots. My only gripe is that I didn't really enjoy the songs as much as I thought I would.
Rated 02 Jun 2018
98
88th
Pure Pixar gold.
Rated 02 Jun 2018
80
84th
It’s hard to find negatives in a film as gorgeous and intelligent as ‘Coco’ is. But if I had to find something I’d probably say it simply isn’t very funny (relatively speaking) when compared to Pixar at their must powerful. It’s a great film, and I am nitpicking, but nitpick I will.
Rated 07 Aug 2018
95
85th
Heartfelt, funny and gorgeous, this is a film that represents the fact that Pixar still can churn out amazing pieces of art if they want to.
Rated 10 Jul 2018
75
89th
Wow, even though I saw that ending a mile away, still cried rivers. It hits the right tones at the right times and balances everything just perfectly. Another great one for Pixar and a great family watch.
Rated 18 Jun 2018
75
64th
Probably a film that I will remember on the higher end of the Pixar canon, but something still felt oddly incomplete about it. Though low is not the word for it, it doesn't hit the same highs that movies like The Incredibles or Inside Out do, though I guess it is partially my fault for even attempting to compare the films. It's alright and the twist is amazing. Also helps that I'm a sucker for music films. Good, but not out of this world.
Rated 18 Jun 2018
78
88th
Pixar gets it right. Again. It took me some time getting into the mood of the film, but once I was in it 'Coco' never lets go. A couple of scenes are unforgettable.
Rated 23 Jun 2018
79
77th
This is a visually stunning and original film. The voice actors do a good job with their roles in this animated film. There are only a couple of scenes that drag in this script. Overall I would recommend this film.
Rated 22 Nov 2017
65
65th
I hope someone else noticed the irony of the Land of the Dead border patrol.
Rated 08 Dec 2017
12
16th
I'd love it if someone could explain to me what the hype is all about.
Rated 26 Aug 2018
8
50th
Mexican Spirited Away. If that sounds great to you, this is a great one for you!
Rated 07 Jan 2018
6
40th
Pixar on a 'bad' roll is still nice enough, and animation is top notch. And of course, everything's so beautiful to watch. Pass.
Rated 03 Jan 2022
90
92nd
I somehow forgot to rate this when I saw it a few years ago. My main memory is how emotionally devastating this film is. I am hesitant to ever rewatch because I don't think I can take it.
Rated 31 Jan 2018
50
50th
Coco left me feeling conflicted. It's a typical Pixar movie in many respects: vivid, imaginative, rollicking, winsome and tender. And the filmmakers never waver in their focus on the importance of family. But is it possible to focus on the family ... too much? And the surprising answer here is, I think, yes. Coco unpacks a theological system with Aztec roots that arguably steps over the line from honoring the family to worshiping it. The living bring gifts for the dead.
Rated 20 Jul 2018
82
74th
The plot is familiar, almost to the point of being boring, but the family-history message is treated differently from anything I've seen. Life is worth remembering.
Rated 11 Apr 2019
78
90th
Surprisingly good. The story or should I say plot was very generic and tired and there's nothing really new. The music was hit and miss but it never got bad by any means. However when the movie works its great and the ending carries a lot of emotion and most of my high score.
Rated 16 Aug 2018
50
39th
Great for learning about Dia de los Muertos and visually neat. I do not know much about the holiday, but the concept of "dead dead"-- those in the afterlife still being susceptible to death, would have terrified me as a child. Additionally, the climax is ridiculous and needlessly/illogically strung out.
Rated 18 Feb 2018
45
61st
No one, even Donald Trump, can build a wall between you and your desire... Don't allow them do that. Get your dream land. But, never also forget your homeland. Send your remittances to your family; so that they can prepare such plenty fiestas and eat and enjoy themselves, too.
Rated 01 Mar 2018
65
64th
Very disappointed with this one. I didn't care about the characters or the music, and every twist was insanely predictable. It did love the colors though.
Rated 05 Mar 2018
70
25th
Takes too long to throw the hook. Only at the last part of the movie you can find some relations. But the whole point of the movies is very moving. Only it seemed there is too much happening and it's hard to get the turning points or see how events are related in the storyline.
Rated 16 Mar 2018
89
46th
Nice
Rated 30 Mar 2018
60
21st
Lighting engine is absolutely insane and the character movement is spectacularly complex. This is a technical marvel, but I'm not sure I like the aesthetic beyond the color palate and world design. 3D animation is always fighting an uphill battle with me in this regard and everything occupies that unfortunate too-smooth-and-plasticy-to-be-real-but-trying-really-hard-anyway-space. The humor and the characters are really stock in a they're-this-way-because-that's-how-animated-movies-are way.
Rated 07 Apr 2018
70
48th
Coco is as heartfelt as any of Pixar's classics, though in its dedication to its own plot, there just isn't much room for its characters.
Rated 21 Apr 2018
85
83rd
Disney'in en iyi animasyonu olmasa da, klişelerle dolu da olsa tahmin edilebilir bir hikayesi de, yine de mesajı, animasyon kalitesi ve müzikleri ile çok keyifli.
Rated 12 May 2018
70
54th
Pretty OK Disney I guess.. Not one of my favourites and kind of overrated. Cool unexpected feelgood twist-moment at the end though.
Rated 10 Jun 2018
70
40th
Vivid colors, the centrality of music to life, and the importance of remembering those who have gone before are all well-done aspects of this film. I am a bit troubled by the way the film seems to affirm that our longevity in the life beyond depends upon how well our descendants remember us, as it seems rather anxiety inducing for a child. But overall, the film hits is notes well, even if (beyond the visual) it does so in unspectacular, formulaic kinds of ways.

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