Coco is a heartwarming story about family and a well-crafted coming of age tale steeped beautifully in the traditions of Mexico’s Dia de los Muertos.

Pixar’s latest offering, Coco, is the animation studio’s second premiere of 2017, following Cars 3 this summer, and the first original, non-sequel since The Good Dinosaur in 2015. Pixar has made a name for itself over the last two decades as an animation house that infuses compelling concepts with a great deal of heart in order to entertain audiences young and old. Though there’s been a debate about whether Pixar should focus more on original ideas over sequels to their beloved films, Coco is proof ...

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