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Coco is at the very least one of the prettiest animations I've seen in quite a while. Makes me want to go get a 4K TV. But it also somehow manages to pull a tear or two out of me each time I watch it. SOMETIMES three. Here's everything right with Coco! Next week the complete opposite of Coco.

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Nick the Dreamer
Nick the Dreamer 3 yıl önce
Discovered a win that got missed: when Hector is still kicked out of the shoe-making family, he's barefoot for the whole film...until the end when he's welcomed back into the shoe-making family.
bhavani jayant
bhavani jayant 4 aylar önce
Oh yeah I remember that
bhavani jayant
bhavani jayant 11 aylar önce
Right that explains why he had magically had shoes on
Lotie The Bunny
Lotie The Bunny 2 yıl önce
Oh my true!!!....
Blue-flare 2 yıl önce
also to bring up as a miss win that is a miss when Imelda was singing was base around le llorona from a ghost Mexico’s that would drag kids to a lake.
Jaye Millichap
Jaye Millichap 2 yıl önce
Maybe the reason Hector couldn't cross the bridge is because they have a covered feet policy
Ravenhaven Gaming
Ravenhaven Gaming 2 yıl önce
I also love the fact that your spirit guide is in relation to your personality. Imeldas is this big strong cat, because she was super strong for her family once her husband disappeared (died) and De La Cruz's are just some very clumsy and weak Chihuahuas which reflects his weak personality. Miguels is Dante, because he is a loyal, friendly character, with great bonds to his family and animals.
TheUnfortunateCat Aylar önce
@Alano Mcin huh, alright. hope hector gets one eventually then lol
Alano Mcin
Alano Mcin Aylar önce
@TheUnfortunateCat when you steal from the dead you enter the world of the dead. Dante stole food off of the ofrenda in the beginning of the movie. It could also be that he is miguels spirit guide so wherever his soul goes, dante can follow
TheUnfortunateCat 9 aylar önce
@Deciradox YTP why does Miguel already have one if he's not dead then? is it just a preemptive thing? genuinely curious
Deciradox YTP
Deciradox YTP 9 aylar önce
@TheUnfortunateCat No ofrenda photo, no alebrije.
TheUnfortunateCat 10 aylar önce
i wonder why Hector doesnt have one?
Lewis van slyke
Lewis van slyke 2 yıl önce
"You're not so bad yourself Gordito" - He's calling him chubby. It's a term of endearment in some places; but in this case he's probably referencing the fact that he actually has a body. Which compared to Hector and everyone else who are skeletons, would definitely qualify as chubby!
Addison The Cat
Addison The Cat 2 aylar önce
I just saw it as normal because I’m Mexican and my family uses nicknames like that.
moonie is tired
moonie is tired Yıl önce
I just kind of laughed at that part because I’m from a Hispanic family and my nickname ever since I was young was "Gordita" since I was very chubby when I was younger I just thought it was a really cute Easter egg and kind of threw me back to my childhood memories when my grandma would call me that
dokja0 Yıl önce
@Lewis van slyke ty!
Stupidbro Yıl önce
@Lewis van slyke Ty!
NeighborhoodNobody 2 yıl önce
Another win for this- Dementia in its later stages are when most memories are the hardest to recover. But, doctors have reports of their patients humming their favorite song, or melody. The fact that Miguel playing the song "Remember Me" was the key to help her recover her memories was an amazing connection to me. But, it could just be a coincidence. Who knows?
imjustelm 2 aylar önce
nope, this is true! there was a documentary I watched for one of my music classes where the families of patients in a nursing home compiled playlists of music their elder listened to with the help of some researchers, and compared the memory, behavior, and overall functioning of the patients from before they were reunited with the music and after. drastic memory improvements were made, patients were more responsive and social, and other positive effects were displayed (it's been a few years, I don't quite remember the details anymore). I think it was called Alive Inside, and it dealt with Alzheimer's patients, if I recall correctly, so not quite the same, but still impressive!
1NK_EDd 2 aylar önce
There actually is a form of Alzheimer's/dementia therapy called music therapy the strongest connections the brain makes are the emotional and music can help temporarily strengthen these pathways this playing music from their youth can help them temporarily regain some level of memory specifically how they feel about the song and strong emotionally charged memories surrounding the song
Diamond 2thing
Diamond 2thing 3 aylar önce
I mean, it's Pixar
Some Guy
Some Guy 8 aylar önce
At my work, we show pictures or special songs and dance with them (as far as it's possible) with the residents. Sometimes nothing happens but sometimes they really bloom and are a VERY different person.
Mouse Pariah
Mouse Pariah 10 aylar önce
Also there's the matter of "sundowning" which is when people with degenerative memories become more confused/combative later in the day. Since Miguel is singing to her first thing in the morning Mama Coco would (in theory) be at her most present/aware. That's why she not only remembers her Papa but she remembers/recognizes her daughter Elena. ANd yes music has been pretty consistantly shown to invoke memories
Anonymous Weirdo
Anonymous Weirdo 2 yıl önce
I like how he says "there are children present", in the plural, possibly referring to the audience? Possible fourth wall break that I love.
•Rita Pizza•
•Rita Pizza• 4 aylar önce
@Anjali I was thinking the same thing lol
Moondra! 4 aylar önce
Thats how we say the phrase even if its just one Kid we say: hay niños presentes, in plural
dyandra dragon pony
dyandra dragon pony 4 aylar önce
Anjali 5 aylar önce
Or the dog?
Mary Udomah
Mary Udomah 7 aylar önce
Pretty sure he meant the dog, too. Lol.
Chips Are-Yummy
Chips Are-Yummy 2 yıl önce
Missed win: When Miguel realizes Coco can't keep up with his singing he slows down the tempo ಥ_ಥ
JellyMooshy Aylar önce
welp time to cry
dinosarecool 4 aylar önce
fish enjoyer hello
Blue_cat _in_ahat
Blue_cat _in_ahat 7 aylar önce
aggresively sobbing ROUND 2
James Harrell
James Harrell 8 aylar önce
Yo I never noticed that and after seeing this I can’t not notice it
OrphanCloud113 10 aylar önce
Daggnabit! Who's chopping onions?!😭
Eliza Jones
Eliza Jones 4 yıl önce
Another win: Hector being a father is foreshadowed multiple times, like when he’s applying Miguel’s skull makeup and calming his stage fright before his performance! You can really see those dad instincts shining through.
melynn_03 2 aylar önce
also the fact that the guitar head had one gold tooth, just like hector
Dream_Walker 4 aylar önce
Yet another reason why Hector is my favourite character
Gem Cake
Gem Cake Yıl önce
Oh my gosh yes.
Kat Yıl önce
“My family hates music, but it’s not my fault! It’s Ernesto de la Cruz’s!” With the context of what he’s saying, he’s saying that he loves music and his family doesn’t, and it de la Cruz’s fault that he loves music, but with the order that he says things, they just tell you that it’s de la Cruz’s fault that Miguel’s family hates music
ZeldaWolf2000 2 yıl önce
@雨 purpleisraiyen 雨 And that's exactly why I love this movie so much! You get something from it every time! And they can either make the story more sad, more happy, or both! And it's usually both! 😀
ZesPak 2 yıl önce
Honestly, this movie made me cry so many times. My boys 3 and 5 were obsessed with this movie for months... and then my wife's grandfather passed away. They insisted on having a picture of him always in sight so that they can remember him or he'll fade away... hits hard.
Greg 3 aylar önce
Always learn what you can from and about your parents and elders. That’s the lesson I got from my grandad passing away
Dream_Walker 4 aylar önce
Now I’m crying again. At least it’s for something real this time
Emily KeepSmiling
Emily KeepSmiling 9 aylar önce
Aw wow that's so beautiful. The messages of these movies really stick with kids and clearly yours have wonderful souls ❤️
Velvet Sparrow
Velvet Sparrow Yıl önce
I think it’s best to incorporate a little bit of everything from different cultures into your life, I always ask about my parents lives and try to hold on to what their families were like in life. The dead are only gone when you forget them, after all
Lauren Frey
Lauren Frey Yıl önce
Honestly, one of my favorite moments was when Hector went to the Departure Agent again at the end of the movie. We saw that he made her job difficult, I’m pretty sure he caused her extra paperwork when he tried to run by, and it was well established that what we saw wasn’t his first attempt. She gave him a slight look, but she still checked to see if his picture was on an ofrenda, and when she saw that it was, she sounded genuinely happy for Hector in that he got to cross into the Land of the Living.
Jacob Mayer
Jacob Mayer 2 yıl önce
Can we add the fact that Miguel is consistently fading into a skeleton the duration of the movie without it feeling to abrupt and having the transition be smooth the entirety of the movie?
jjman9 2 yıl önce
I love when the living grandmother calls Miguel flacito (skinny) but the skeleton calls him gordito (chubby) 16:24 brilliant!
GayJayy Aylar önce
​@CharlieBowsAlso, it is an older woman thing, especially grandma, to look at their young relatives and say "You're skinny. Eat up." as a form of love.
Jack Of All Trades
Jack Of All Trades 10 aylar önce
I'm glad I'm not the only one who noticed that.
CharlieBows Yıl önce
Yeah since hector is a skeleton so HE is the skinny bitch When Miguel's grandmother is pretty Chubby compared to her grandson Miguel. Mm Makes sense
Cuenta extra
Cuenta extra 2 yıl önce
Its flaquito. With a qu
Prof. Toast
Prof. Toast Yıl önce
One thing I really loved about this movie is how well it showed how different the exact same song can feel depending on the context. De La Cruz's Remember Me is all about the immortality gained through being famous, while Hector's original version is a beautiful simple ballad to his daughter as a way to reassure her on the fact that he'll never leave her forever.
The Daily Bullshit
The Daily Bullshit 3 yıl önce
10:15 Something that adds to the cuteness overload: for when Young Coco sings with Hector, they had Gael Garcia Bernal's (voice actor for Hector) actual daughter, Libertad, sing with her father. And I love that so. Much.
JellyMooshy Aylar önce
welp time to cry
ellie Yıl önce
Libertad like liebe istg😭😭
PhoenixRising87 Yıl önce
That is sweet; also, Libertad is a lovely name,
dokja0 Yıl önce
Morgan Yakko fan
Morgan Yakko fan Yıl önce
moth man
moth man 2 yıl önce
1 detail u missed: At the beginning, Hector doesn't have shoes. But when he's welcomed back into the family he now owns shoes!
Sweet Retreats
Sweet Retreats Yıl önce
Yeah, and Héctor also has non-ripped clothes as well.
moth man
moth man 2 yıl önce
@Cuenta extra Its fixed now :)
moth man
moth man 2 yıl önce
@Cuenta extra sorry ill fix it
Cuenta extra
Cuenta extra 2 yıl önce
Its hector
Mike Yıl önce
The reason there's so much attention to details for the land of the living is because the core Pixar team visited a Mexican town during Dio de Los Muertos and a family of cobblers. They took thousands of photos and hundreds of sketches to capture details for references, it's that kind of dedication that adds to the beauty that is Coco.
drmnez 2 yıl önce
Something overlooked, When De La Cruz gives Miguel his Blessing at the party, the pedal does not illuminate which foreshadows that he is not his relative
Banufshay 2 aylar önce
@JaxynFr like “so who did I-“
Jaxyn Yıl önce
@PS4 Pat he must have thought "but... which one was-"
PS4 Pat
PS4 Pat Yıl önce
I did notice that myself. When Imelda says his name, the petal glows immediately, but when Ernesto does, it doesn't. Not to mention him being surprised to learn he has a great great grandson.
Depresso Espresso
The thing that breaks my heart (but in a good way) is when Coco finally remembers her father and regains her lucidity, the first thing she does is ask why her daughter is crying. The Rivera’s are *all* about family, even barely cognisant Coco spent her lucid moments making sure her daughter was alright.
Bishop Meridth
Bishop Meridth 2 yıl önce
I love how De La Cruz’s spirit animal/guid is a chihuahua, the most selfish and mean of dog breeds.
GayJayy Aylar önce
The "most selfish and mean" could be said for any dog breed. It ultimately comes down to owners knowing how to train and take care of them on whether they're mean and selfish or not.
Mono Aylar önce
@Giant Pink Cat A lot of people don’t realize this, but when you get a dog, you absolutely NEED to train them. And with Chihuahuas being such popular breeds, they commonly come from irresponsible breeders and into the hands of irresponsible owners, neither of which give such training and eventually the aggression becomes apart of the dog’s DNA.
sushilily58 2 aylar önce
and Mama Imelda has the biggest meanest spirit animal with a hidden soft interior
Dream_Walker 4 aylar önce
There also portrayed in this movie as little clumsy things who tumble over things and relay on the stuffs around them. Just like De La Cruz.
Giant Pink Cat
Giant Pink Cat 5 aylar önce
From what I've heard, one of the reasons many Chihuahuas are so mean to humans is because their owners abuse them and treat them more like cosmetics and purses rather than man's best friend. So they have little trust in humans from that.
Maresci Garza
Maresci Garza 3 yıl önce
Another thing that should be mentioned is that the amount of “ofrendas” that poeple recieve equals their status in the after world. De la Cruz has so many people putting up “altares” for him he even has stuff stuff to spare, meanwhile Hector and Cheech have no ofrendas because their family doesn’t remember them, causing them to live in poverty while De la Cruz lives in luxury along with the other famous Mexicans like El Santo, Pedro Infante, etc.
Cristian Camilo Vengal Stefanell
@Ricardo Lainez they showed cantinflas instead
Juan Campos
Juan Campos 2 yıl önce
I thought that was obvious
Ricardo Lainez
Ricardo Lainez 2 yıl önce
Yet they neglected to show Chespirito
Jackson McKean
Jackson McKean 2 yıl önce
Another thing I like is that it's not just Miguel that gets to play music. In the final scene you can see his cousin playing the violin (possibly viola, not sure) and another cousin on the accordion. Edit: Apparently they're his cousins
Jackson McKean
Jackson McKean Yıl önce
@Amarnur Oh, thank you!
Amarnur Yıl önce
Those are his two cousins, Rosa on the violin and Abel on the accordion!
Sundrysun90 3 aylar önce
I could never get over Imelda “Hector 😠” and Hector just standing there then saying “you look good 😅”
N 2 yıl önce
Coco is actually one of the best movies I've ever seen. It has so many small details, and so much love, dedication, and time put into it. It really shows just how much the people who made it cared.
Depresso Espresso
The thing I love the most is the defining difference between Hector and his family and Ernesto. Take Imelda’s performance of La Llorona Notice how Imelda is clearly singing from the heart, she *is* the weeping woman in this song, Hector’s ‘war’ being his inevitable murder at Ernesto’s hand. Ernesto sings from the lungs but not the heart, his singing is a little too upbeat and even for a song like La Llorona. He is singing like a professional who only cares about the performance. He doesn’t care about the soul of the song, he never did. He cared about fame and glory.
Rhilove1234 Yıl önce
My dad looked JUST like Hector. Watching Coco ALWAYS makes cry because my dad was taken from us right before the movie came out. I'm my dads Coco. I never thought about that until now while watching this video...
•Rita Pizza•
•Rita Pizza• 4 aylar önce
aw im sorry for your loss
Irina Sklyarova
Irina Sklyarova 4 aylar önce
R.I.P. to your dad he seemed like a nice man
Kay! Who Animates!
Kay! Who Animates! 4 aylar önce
I hope your ok
msgreek mythgeek
msgreek mythgeek 3 yıl önce
Like everyone else, I bawled at the scene where Miguel sings to Grandma Coco... but the part that really took my breath away was when Coco sees her daughter and says "'Lena?" Then asks her why she's crying, or what's wrong. That was such a great way to show how strongly her memory had returned, she not only remembered her Papa, but the rest of her family too. Also, I feel I have to add, I don't think Moana did choose her quest "over" her family. I think she chose it FOR them. If she went home, there was no way of knowing if anyone else would restore Te Fiti, and her island was dying without her. She continued on her quest to save her family, her home, her people, and her island. At least, that's how I see it.
DeathnoteBB Yıl önce
@Megan Kidwell Also she went on the request of her grandmother! With her mom’s blessing!
Megan Kidwell
Megan Kidwell Yıl önce
I think you see it that way because that's what happened. She just made her decision and then never brought it up again so I guess people forgot why she went on her quest.
Tails Fumo
Tails Fumo Yıl önce
@arshdeep Oh just because someone doesn’t cry at a heart wrenching scene doesn’t immediately makes them “edgy”
XloisX 2 yıl önce
@arshdeep what?-
arshdeep 2 yıl önce
@XloisX wow ur so edgy and different
Catasros 4 aylar önce
Missed win; the short scene at the end when Hector gets let through to visit the living world. The attendant raising an "eyebrow" when he shows up without tricks or disguises ('cause lets be honest, the one we saw was _not_ the first time he tried a disguise) and Hector just smiles very awkwardly with his straw-hat in his hands in a very humble way and how the attendant gives a genuine, heartfelt smile when letting him through and the sheer relief on Hector's face. It all lasts like, 10 seconds, but it gets to me every time.
Syn'sVids 2 yıl önce
"Crushed by a giant bell.." "I wanna be just like him." So, *you want to be squished by a bell, dontcha boyo?*
Kevin Wu
Kevin Wu 4 aylar önce
someone made a joke about that in a video compilation of funny moments in Coco.
☆𝒥𝒶𝓎_𝐹𝑒𝒶𝓉𝒽𝑒𝓇 ☆
I laughed SO HARD at that part
Katie Scheuermann
Katie Scheuermann 2 yıl önce
Creators of Live Action Mulan: take out Mushu and goofy stuff to show "respect for Chinese culture" Creators of Coco:
GayJayy Aylar önce
​@Dusty RoseYehh. Xiran Jay Zhao did a video and said it was super shocking that the Hua/Fa family were allowed to use dragons. And that, generally, the Chinese audience was split on Mushu's appearance. Some didn't like him because he wasn't what a protector should've been like and the comedy Eddie Murphy used went over their heads, while others adored him and thought it incredibly weird to take him out when the 2020 movie was less accurate.
Dusty Rose
Dusty Rose Yıl önce
@Burning Dwarf I think it was disrespectable because he was a dragon and thats just for nobility
Burning Dwarf
Burning Dwarf Yıl önce
A friend told me Mushu is a part of chinese culture, a small personal protector is just as important as the big family guardians
AtarahDerek 2 yıl önce
Another fun fact about names: The name Hector means "hold fast." Héctor is a very resolute character who clings to that last thread of hope with all his might, never giving up on the notion of seeing his daughter again, or at least knowing his descendants will be alright. Even at the very end, he's not quite ready to let go. Not until Miguel is alive and safe. Héctor's name was very well chosen.
Jibek Mechler
Jibek Mechler 2 yıl önce
My grandmother’s father walked out on her, which left her with a lot of depression. This affected my father, obviously. I think I have a lot more empathy for Elena, as she grew up watching her mother depressed due to her father walking out on her
MisterEroErohim 3 yıl önce
You miss the part where Hector said "If I see my daugther again, I will lift her up and kiss her many times" or something like that, which he did when Coco joined him in the afterlife So fulfilled promise
ZeldaWolf2000 2 yıl önce
@Hayden Berends That hug is the most satisfying hug in animated film history! So cathartic! 😀
XloisX 2 yıl önce
Aliyah Pulido-Roman I’m so sorry to hear that...I really hope everything gets better.
Hayden Berends
Hayden Berends 2 yıl önce
@Aliyah Pulido Ugh. COVID-19 is the gift that keeps on giving😤
Aliyah Pulido
Aliyah Pulido 2 yıl önce
@Hayden Berends And he DID... she ran up to him and he gave her THE BIGGEST hug! This movie made me wish I had a dad growing up, and now I miss my Familia even more (COVID means I can't go from San Diego to Chicago to see them.)
Hayden Berends
Hayden Berends 2 yıl önce
It was actually, "give her the biggest hug", but I hear you
Banufshay 2 aylar önce
I love rewatching this movie over and over again! Catching new things and seeing all the missed wins and things everyone noticed is just so incredible. Personally I noticed a few as well: •Ernesto has f’s on his chin which in music mean forte or loud and he is literally and figuratively loud. Figuratively especially because of his obnoxious and selfish way of singing remember me while Hector’s was soft and comforting •Frida actually using the tunes Miguel came up with when opening the show •The insane amount of detail on everything -Hector’s bones being more worn down in color and texture then Miguel’s I’ll add to the list if if remember any more, but you guys had mostly the same observations I did! Such an underrated, beautiful, timeless movie 🧡🎵
Logan Page
Logan Page 3 aylar önce
Me and my sister went to see this movie when we were going through a tough point of our lives, and we needed a reprieve from it all. Figured “Hey let’s go see that new Pixar movie! I’m sure that will cheer us up!” That’s the story of how we went to see Coco less than a month after our grandmother died of Alzheimer’s disease.
JenJo 2 yıl önce
1:59 "Because of course a shoemaker would treat a sandal like a revolver..." Someone didn't come across "La Chancla" in his research lol
SakuraSasha Yıl önce
Also, during the concert plan, Miguel planned to play “Remember me.” Hector snatches the guitar. It could be taken as him wanting out to win, but I think it was more so him not wanting anyone else to play Remember me, then him and Coco.
Finally a movie I watched that everyone likes. This was one of those movies where O would watch it over and over again. Especially since I remember watching this the first time and crying near the end like they actually did good!
OvenCake Yıl önce
ive rewatched this movie within a week of watching it for the first time... and now im addicted to the soundtrack
Preston Brower
Preston Brower 3 yıl önce
I love the choice of "La Llorona" for Imelda to sing. La Llorona is a famous Mexican legend of a weeping woman who drags kids to the underworld because of something sad in her life, Mamá Imelda is "dragging" Miguel to the underworld for her own sadness in life.
Sofía Isabela
Sofía Isabela 8 aylar önce
Also Penumbra from Villainous is decent of La llorona
Four eyed Snake
Four eyed Snake 2 yıl önce
Oh so thats Whats the Songs about
Raptor Jesus
Raptor Jesus 2 yıl önce
She killed her husband and her children in a river then she killed herself out of sadness and now she haunts rivers in Mexico and southern America.
AroMangle 2 yıl önce
I always loved that scene throughout the whole movie he since La Llarona is my favorite legend and it fits mama Imelda :)
jasper Yıl önce
Something funny about Hector is how you can notice throughout the movie how he acts sort of like a father to Miguel. Like when they were down in the cave and Hector was comforting him, or how Hector was reassuring him before he sang Un Poco Loco. It was Hector's fatherly instincts showing. I noticed it the first time I watched Coco back when it first came out, but never really thought about it till the end of the movie when it was revealed Hector was Coco's father. Nice details!
sarina76667 Yıl önce
I love that her lullaby brought Coco back. It reminds me of when I was in high school and we showed my piano to my grandma on my father’s side. No one told me she used to be in theater and that she could play. I was shocked when she sat down and immediately touched the keys. She didn’t play anything, but I could tell her fingers were comfortable on the keys and that she missed playing. It was the most amazing thing I’d ever seen. When she passed, she left me all her old hat pins, her fox stole, and anything else she thought I could use for costuming. It always reminds me that someone else in the family was an actress and a musician too.
Why 2 yıl önce
I usually don’t cry during movies but that ending was just heartwarming.
Anonymous 73
Anonymous 73 2 yıl önce
I’m gonna be honest, I had low expectations for Coco, but all of those expectations fell away at the very start
Anonymous 73
Anonymous 73 2 yıl önce
@J Lark *cough cough* soul
J Lark
J Lark 2 yıl önce
Pixar movies do that sometimes
Jaye Millichap
Jaye Millichap 2 yıl önce
This is my comfort movie Edit: I also love coming to this video and reading all the comments with people's stories and memories of loved ones, it's comforting
Phoenix Flare
Phoenix Flare 3 yıl önce
this reminded me of another win. the fact that in "La Llorona" Imelda is so good at singing and after some hesitation totally throws herself into it shows how much she missed music and how painful it was for her to give it up. she and Hector probably both adored music but after he left it just reminded her of his betrayal too much
Zekromium Yıl önce
Something I love is how throughout the movie Dante is guiding Miguel to Hector. When Miguel is running away from his Family, he follows Dante into the area where Hector is being processed by the cop. When he is abandoning Hector after the contest, Dante tries to get Miguel to go back to him, tugging on his jacket. All this culminates in the reveal that yes, Dante was a Spirit Guide, guiding Miguel to the person he SHOULD be searching for, instead of the fake idol is trying to get to.
Sweet Retreats
Sweet Retreats Yıl önce
Another one would be when Mamá Imelda was singing on stage, she said "No dejare de quererte (I won't stop loving you)" towards Héctor, and that was just really adorable tbh.
Seth is Live
Seth is Live 2 aylar önce
Dear CinemaWins, when this video was first released I watched the movie Coco, and it became my favourite movie, I wanted to experience Mexican culture so I booked a plane to Mexico with the last of my money(I was also behind on rent, my life was sh*t). so I went to Mexico and met a beautiful lady, I spent a lot of time with her and after a while, I moved in and we got married. after all these years I really have to thank you for everything, without you I would have probably ended up homeless, so thank you CinemaWins
Keegan Torres
Keegan Torres 14 gün önce
Such a beautiful story
Danielle S
Danielle S 2 yıl önce
I cried the first time I saw the scene on the marigold bridge. The moment the music swells, to perfectly match with Miguel’s (and ours) first look at the city of the dead, I got so emotional because it’s just one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen. I love this video and movie so much, thank you for recognizing it!!
Sarah Shandie
Sarah Shandie Yıl önce
I study immigrant family separation and thinking about the bridge between the land of the living and the land of the dead as the literal border (like they kind of do in the movie with CBP) really gets the waterworks going for Hector every time. It's a really well done analogy that I think captures another dimension that a lot of Mexican American families can relate to.
Горацио Втрубудуев
Another win is that villain's spirit animals are tiny dogs as he have no real connections. While Miguel's family spirit beast is a giant powercat fed by family values.
Deciradox YTP
Deciradox YTP 9 aylar önce
@Voltaic Fire For one, he's a Xoloitzcuintli (or Xolo for short as Frida acknowledges), which is an iconic, hairless dog breed famous in Mexico. In Aztec mythology, Xolo dogs were sacred creatures who could move between the lands of the living _and_ the dead. So it makes sense that this seemingly-silly pup is really Miguel's protector. Additionally, Dante's name could very well be a nod to Italian poet Dante Alighieri. Dante penned the famous Divine Comedy, which includes the Inferno. In the Inferno, Dante journeys through Hell, the underworld in Christian theology. That one seems a little stretch, I know, but religion is very crucial to Latins.
Voltaic Fire
Voltaic Fire 2 yıl önce
How would you explain derp dog? Does Miguel have a bunch of bone-headed decisions in his future? :)
zayne deitz
zayne deitz 2 yıl önce
that's a really good observation
DragonGal 971
DragonGal 971 2 yıl önce
@LMSPetRescue Wow, you know a lot about animals
LMSPetRescue 2 yıl önce
Chihuahuas are primarily show dogs, no one gets them because they’re sweet because they’re just not. They’re bred as a status symbol. Cats especially large ones are not, they’re strong hunters with a strong will but lions and such actually do have strong pack mentality. It also shows the matriarchal power of Miguel’s family, lionesses are the ones to do the hunting they’re fierce. Chihuahuas are cowardly, they aren’t hunters or such but they do have a mean bite when they feel threatened. He wants to feel big and important but he’s just a cowardly small dog Who relies on others admiration to survive when it comes down to it. (Chihuahuas are a biological nightmare as well)
Gustavo Said
Gustavo Said 3 aylar önce
This movie is one of the only ones (if not the only one) that makes me cry. The message it is able to get through is really simple yet really important
HereForTheCake 2 yıl önce
i’d like to mention the wholesome and innocent shine in his eyes at 3:12! it shows that he has no idea what his idol did to get there
Jenkins Family
Jenkins Family 2 yıl önce
One of my favorite parts: When Miguel is talking to Skeleton Frida Kahlo, the brass band in the background laughs at some of the things Miguel says. The trombonist laughs into his instrument, and that cracks me up (as a trombone player myself.)
A Dog In a Cowboy Hat
I loved this movie when I saw it, I originally was playing guitar before I saw this movie, but stopped and never played again, but after this I’ve been playing everyday for a year! I hope one day to become the next Clint Black.
FruitSnackBandit 8 aylar önce
I can't believe nobody's mentioning the sheer number of skulls created by the land of the dead's architecture in the wide shots, seriously my favorite detail in this film
kee 3 yıl önce
One more thing is Hector’s head is constantly detached from his body throughout the entire movie, which references the fact that his head was ripped from the family photo
dokja0 Yıl önce
wow I didn’t notice that 10/13/21
Stupidbro Yıl önce
Omg I didn't even notice
Satan Yıl önce
배경미 Yıl önce
But it's the same for every other skeleton character...
moony Yıl önce
Can we also just talk about the scene in 9:36 where de la Cruz is staring at Miguel like *that* ?? This gave me chills when I first watched it and it still does! He just looks so terrifying in that moment istg 😳😳
CreatingPulsars 3 aylar önce
one of my favorite wins was the progression of the "blessings". the first few were constrictive, unfair and controlling with the no music stipulation. Near the end it becomes "Never forget how much your family loves you" which seems very sweet and shows that Imelda has learned something but then the blessing that they are able to actually give was with "no conditions" which is really the most genuine form of love. They love him, regardless.
Christian Marroquin
Christian Marroquin 2 yıl önce
Cool thing about that part of this movie that makes everyone cry: it really happens. Music from someone's childhood or adolescence can actually be used to treat or at least temporarily relieve the effects of dementia. And they're eyes light up exactly like Mama Coco's. It's beautiful to witness.
Ricardo Laza
Ricardo Laza Yıl önce
The scene of Coco singing with Miguel hits me specially hard. My grandfather suffered from Alzehimer, just like Coco. It's a degenerative illness, that makes people forget everything in their lives, and slowly fada away. The worst day of my life was when he no longer could recognize me. Sometimes, through songs, some of that like came back, and that's why i feel so strongly that part.
Trish Yıl önce
I actually only watched Coco for the first time 2 days ago, but it's really amazing and beautiful. Made me cry near the end when I thought Hector would die [final death, you know what I mean].
Jesse G.
Jesse G. 3 yıl önce
When he counted the Spanish words I thought about how I always call my boyfriend "mi amor". He told me that he told his family about it and well his dad looked up what it meant. Together they searched up all the Spanish words I have ever written to him and they were in awe about the translations. He even apologised for not having looked them up sooner. And I quote "I didn't know you were so romantic. I never thought you are telling me all these sweet things in a different language." I told him I have only written them in Spanish because I knew he wouldn't look it up and therefore not understand. The things I have written were embarrassing to me and I was anxious about them. Now he's trying to learn Spanish. xD Edit: noticing how many people are touched by this I just wanted to say that we are now almost 2 years together and we still love each other dearly. He's Spanish is still terrible though.
Gerard Alvarado
Gerard Alvarado Yıl önce
Well Spanish IS a romance language
Thomas Short
Thomas Short Yıl önce
This is why a love reading comments under a video like this
Camellia Salazar
Camellia Salazar Yıl önce
How cute! 💖
Jesse G.
Jesse G. Yıl önce
@Na Da mi amor, mi corazón, mi vida, hermoso, dulzón, precioso, etc.
Na Da
Na Da Yıl önce
What are the romantic names or things u tell him? Ik Spanish but I’m not very romantic. The only nice nickname I have for someone is Guapo/Hermosa 😂
Molly Bloxham
Molly Bloxham 8 aylar önce
8:08 Gotta love that detail of Hector telling Miguel to do a spin as they're performing
cheese_weasel Yıl önce
I remember watching this with my grandmother and we were crying by the end. This movie is beautiful
Heather S
Heather S 2 yıl önce
So I wish he had spent longer on the llorona song, bc (and my Spanish is a little rough) but basically mama imelda sings to hector "I will never stop loving you" but then when ernesto cuts in, he sings that line to the crowd. Really subtle but important animation work that you wouldn't realize unless you knew the translation.
Zipfy 2 yıl önce
This is the movie that sealed the deal that the Pixar branch is better than the trunk of Disney. Pixar knows how to animate SO well to the point where glass looks way too real. I love how realistic everything looks while cartoon-y everything looks
Erin Romanov
Erin Romanov 3 aylar önce
I went with my Spanish class to see Coco in theaters and I was sitting next to a friend, at the end when Coco passed, we both were crying. She was never the type to flat out cry at anything and this movie broke us both.
Jacob Updyke
Jacob Updyke 3 yıl önce
One detail I noticed was when Hector doesn’t have his picture on the ofrenda he has tattered clothes, but after Miguel puts his picture on the ofrenda his clothes are neat and organized.
Heidi Lavender
Heidi Lavender Yıl önce
Honestly I didn't notice that I only noticed that he finally had shoes
Giselle Chausse
Giselle Chausse Yıl önce
Also, his bones are slightly whiter and brighter, as opposed to a dry, musty yellow
StoryMing Yıl önce
Plus it's been pointed out he had *shoes*. For the first time in the film. Significant for his reacceptance into a family of shoemakers.
Sofia Yıl önce
@pianoguy222 Nope, sorry. His state was affected only by Coco's memory of him. She was the only one still alive that knew him when he was alive, that knew anything about him at all. That's why in the end we see Hector close to "dying" and Miguel ran to Coco to make her remember him. Which showed the rest of the family had no impact o Hector on the other side. They didn't count. His bad appearance was related to the deterioration of Coco's memory.
pianoguy222 Yıl önce
@Sofia Not just forgotten; he was remembered as the bum that left his family to chase a music career. Of course they remember him shabbily.
Shiroki Yıl önce
what really got me in this movie was the fact that she could not remeber anyone else other than her father, and she was the reason why Hector was staying strong at the other world.
Anna Maria
Anna Maria Aylar önce
God even seeing the 2 seconds of Coco singing in this video makes me cry. After losing my great auntie, who was like a second grandmother to me, I genuinely cannot stop myself from sobbing. *Every. Time.*
Asheeza Yıl önce
Missed win is the absolute adoration Miguel shows towards music, when hector plays the song, when he plays his guitar in the attic it’s so soft and admirable…the glimmer in his eyes ahhh love it
Briana Davis
Briana Davis 4 aylar önce
Your videos literally make me go back and watch the movies I already loved. It’s so nice to hear someone talk about the detail and greatness in movies. It’s so nice, reinvigorates the love of these films so thank you for the work you put in 🤗🙌🏾
Rainbow 10 aylar önce
The part Miguel is singing ‘Remember Me’ to Coco is honestly one of the most beautiful and emotional moments I’ve ever seen in Disney history 🥺🥺🥺🥰🥰🥰💞💞💞
Jay Exci
Jay Exci 4 yıl önce
This movie was a masterpiece. I've never been hit harder by a movie than I was by Coco. I may have still been wiping away the odd tear 10 minutes after the film ended.
Marcella 3 yıl önce
My words exactly! Coco is now my favorite Pixar movie, and also probably my fourth favorite Disney or Pixar movie of all time!
F 3 yıl önce
completely agreed This is my top 1 "cry my eyes out" movie Second is a japanese movie called "Children who chase lost voice" Watch it
krissy 4 yıl önce
sometimes i think about The Scene randomly and start bursting into tears
Robert Simmons
Robert Simmons 4 yıl önce
This movie broke the Chinese Ratings rules on spirituality, but the censors didn't have the heart to ban it. Such respect for this film
Flower Soul
Flower Soul 4 yıl önce
I share every single word of yours!!! 😭😍💜
Chiffawndue Yıl önce
Coco will always be my favorite Disney movie. It’s so wholesome.
sushilily58 2 aylar önce
I finally saw it this year when I got Disneyplus and I've watched it at least a dozen times. It's my handsdown favourite.
StillNoUseForAName 2 yıl önce
I watched it twice and I cried so hard at the end, each time. Such a great movie ❤️
Alder Blanco
Alder Blanco 5 aylar önce
My favorite part of the movie is one little hint that Hector is a Rivera. The Riveras have a family quirk of adding extra -itos to words to express love. Like Abuela will call him “Miguelititito”. Then later, at the end of Un Poco Loco, they sing “un pocitititito loco.” No other characters outside the Riveras do this, hinting that De La Cruz didn’t write that song.
blueberry 2 yıl önce
This was the only movie ever in my entire life that I’ve cried to at the end...
Spartans are never KIA
This also a great movie with a Spanish "dub". Since a large number of the voice actors are bilingual, they recorded the English and Spanish versions. Given the setting of the movie it's a fantastic option to have.
Rianna Mcintosh
Rianna Mcintosh 5 yıl önce
Another win should've been awarded for Imelda calling the computer a 'devil box'. She isn't used to that sort of technology so of course she hates it and thinks of it as nothing but lies. Classic grandma.
Giant Pink Cat
Giant Pink Cat 2 yıl önce
"Fans turn on you in an instant, after throwing one kid off a building" Why did I laugh?
Victoria D.E.R
Victoria D.E.R 2 yıl önce
The only thing I don't like is that I can only like this video ONCE! Love this movie, and love seeing someone else appreciate it too 🥰
Sam Pepper
Sam Pepper 2 yıl önce
Have you listened to these songs in Spanish You can tell they worked so hard and they all fit and have the same meanings. I mean I love them in both languages Also missed win: You can hear Hector strain slightly for the high note in Remember me not much but just a little to keep it in his Mixed voice instead of his head and then when Miguel sang it he strained less because his voice is higher and less matured. Just a win from your local theater kid
Tynan Gibson
Tynan Gibson 9 aylar önce
Something I noticed- you mentioned that Miguel’s parents are both alive. I realized if one one them were dead, they would have to make that the center of the story, since the entire movie is about him and his deceased ancestors. If they made it about Miguel and his mother/father, not only would it distract the theme of grandma Coco and her father, but the plot twist of her father and the center of the story of acceptance. It’s crazy how that minor detail would have made a huge impact
Kay D
Kay D 2 yıl önce
this movie means so much to me. i’m from mexico but i was actually adopted, so i unfortunately don’t know a lot about my own culture and people. seeing this kind of movie makes my heart happy, because even though it’s animated and fiction, i’m still able to experience what it would’ve been like for me if i wasn’t adopted. like being around family, celebrating these kind of holidays together and remembering loved ones.
Joselynn Kirby
Joselynn Kirby 3 yıl önce
Personally I feel like the emotion in Hector’s voice when Hector says “he’s a living child Ernesto” should’ve gotten a win point
Echo_the_Gremlin Yıl önce
This is very off topic but your name made me laugh very loudly
Stupidbro Yıl önce
@Levi Ackerman Thank you for the time stamp and both of y'all are absolutely right holy crap that delivery!!!
Levi Ackerman
Levi Ackerman Yıl önce
God, yes… 10:58 Gael delivered that line *perfectly.*
TheLostAge 2 yıl önce
The detail about Buzz and Woody's piñatas is VERY accurate, there are tooons of piñatas of them and basically every popular children's character has tons of piñatas of their likeness.
Link The Fox
Link The Fox 7 aylar önce
The real instrument playing deserves an Oscar, honestly no animations bother to make the instruments realistic when they’re being played but you could watch that scene frame by frame and learn how to play the exact song
black heart
black heart 3 aylar önce
I love that at the end, Hector "takes" the guitar like the offerings on graves and immediately starts playing it. Implying to me at least that while the guitar isn't an offering; the song itself is.
E 6 gün önce
This movie made me cry multiple times. I was sobbing...this movie is so beautiful.
A Nameless Lad
A Nameless Lad 9 aylar önce
One detail I love in the land of the dead is how even the buildings form into little skulls that aren't as obvious, at 5:23 there are at least 6, probably even more.
Absolute Nobody
Absolute Nobody 4 yıl önce
Watching this, I realized something absolutely heartbreaking. Miguel was willing to sacrifice music but he needed music to go back and remind Coco. If he was sent back when he first offered to genuinely sacrifice music, there is no guarantee he would be able to get Coco to remember Hector. Trying to play to remind her would just immediately send him back, either wasting valuable time or permanently trapping him. Like it or not, how it went down was likely one of the best ways it could have gone down.
Celina Haas
Celina Haas Yıl önce
I think it’s crazy how, when they show the initial wide shot of the land of the dead, you can see all kinds of skulls in the buildings. It’s just one of those really crazy details.
fnibbit 9 aylar önce
i love this movie. I'm very white but I've been learning Spanish and all the Spanish details are amazing!! it has these little references and Spanish speaking, and it's cool to actually understand them. it's also so fun to watch it en español, y el dub de español es genial. people should watch it with English subtitles just for the amazing voice acting.
Legendary Like Bot
Legendary Like Bot 2 yıl önce
That moment when your daughter literally three times older than you
•Rita Pizza•
•Rita Pizza• 4 aylar önce
thats kinda insane
Alpha Express
Alpha Express Yıl önce
@StoryMing thats nearly 5 times
StoryMing Yıl önce
More like over 4 times. Mama Coco was 99 in the film; Hector died (I believe?) age 21.
Mackie Carver
Mackie Carver 6 aylar önce
This gives me Encanto vibes. Family, one member being forgotten, lots and lots of music, deep meanings and beauty. Way to go, Disney!
Gnome Warlord
Gnome Warlord Yıl önce
Neat little detail i'd like to point out is that when Miguel was put on the spot to try to make music, he actually did with success! He managed to make a wonderful and fitting rise of music to match the tone of the play. And there's the fact that Hector was the composer for what De La Cruz would be known as. A small hint/detail strengthening their family relations.
Bluestem 3 yıl önce
That one guy just jamming out to those nuns kills me EVERY time. I can't help but laugh out loud.
ZeldaWolf2000 2 yıl önce
That guy is me. I love that bit!
Q-mii Productions
Q-mii Productions 2 yıl önce
1,100th like!
Sharissa Sterling
Sharissa Sterling 2 yıl önce
@Sam Pepper SAme, i love the nuns
Sam Pepper
Sam Pepper 2 yıl önce
But that guy is ME. We are the same I started dancing to it cause it was kinda fun and then they showed the crowd and the one guy and I was like "Welp Guess me and him will get along"
Hayden Berends
Hayden Berends 2 yıl önce
Yeah, so good. His dancing is so infectious
Some Guy
Some Guy 8 aylar önce
I volunteered (still do) to be a nurse with people with alzheimer and light/heavy dementia, so every scene mama Coco was in had me in near tears. EDIT : Dementia is not funny at all, but yeah, sometyimes you have to laugh at silly moments, otherwise it's always "dark" and sad to do i'm afraid. Also sad fact is : After all that trouble, Hector is still gonna vanish very soon in land of the dead because Coco died due old age.
TheBitchInBlack Yıl önce
When it came to Coco remembering her family I wasn't crying, I got chokey, but I knew (as it was a Disney film) that that's what was gonna happen, what I wasn't ready for was Hector dueting with Miguel at the end, that had me in tears, and just seeing it happen in your video had me crying again, I can't put into words the emotion this film has that just seeing visuals of it make me cry. Absolutely beautiful.
Xandra Yıl önce
Another win: La llorona is a song that has been played a lot especially during dia de muertos (day of the dead). It's a folk song about the weeping woman, I'm happy seeing that they created an upbeat version of it to fit the joyous colorful theme. Also when we see the bridge of cempasuchil (marigold petals) you see that they had the aztec pyramids as the "platform" to the land of the dead, just thought it was pretty cool!
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