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Rated PG · 109 minutes · 2017

Adventure, Animated, Comedy, Music
Disney/Pixar’s animated tribute to traditional Mexican folklore is a hyper-busy, blazingly colorful carnival of souls, as misunderstood young would-be musician Miguel (voice of Anthony Gonzalez) takes a dreamlike trip to the Land of the Dead on El Día de los Muertos, and gets in touch with his randy, rowdy, skeletal deceased relatives – with plenty of singing, dancing, and show-stopping visuals. Also among the large cast of voice actors: Gael García Bernal, Benjamin Bratt, Alanna Ubach, Renee Victor, Alfonso Arau, and Edward James Olmos. Directors Lee Unkrich and Adrian Molina, helped out by writers Jason Katz and Matthew Aldrich and a full-size city of technicians and crew, hit the right chords, gracefully (104 min., 2017, rated PG) (K.V.)
Official Site: movies.disney.com/coco
Director: Lee Unkrich
Producer: Darla Anderson and John Lasseter
Cast: Anthony Gonzalez, Gael García Bernal, Benjamin Bratt, Alanna Ubach, Jaime Camil, Alfonso Arau, Sofía Espinosa, Selene Luna, Ana Ofelia Murguía, Renée Victor, Luis Valdez, Herbert Siguenza, Carla Medina, Edward Olmos, Lombardo Boyer, Gabriel Iglesias, Cheech Marin and Blanca Araceli

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