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    With the excuse of the teaser poster release, here’s the thread for the animated feature to beat next awards season, Pixar’s take on Día de Muertos, Coco.

    Coco is the celebration of a lifetime, where the discovery of a generations-old mystery leads to a most extraordinary and surprising family reunion.

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    Teaser Trailer coming next week!

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    vinny
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    This is my fav movie poster in a very long time.

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    Undeniably one of the best movies of the year. Fantastic voice cast, stunning visuals, beautiful colors, multiple powerful twists, extremely emotional moments, amazing score, great music. In a perfect world this would get nominted for at least screenplay, original song, picture, and score. Hell, I’d nominate Bernal in supporting actor before I’d nominate some people in contention.

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    It was excellent. Very good film. Gorgeous to look at. I saw it in spanish so I can’t comment on the cast. It has a good twist, the story and screenplay are great (just a few cliche moments).

    Definitely a contender for Best Song win, should be a contender for a Best Score nomination. I don’t know if I’ve seen another animated film this year, so of course I would say it’s my winner for Animated Feature.

    Sort of surprised at the low expectations for its box office this weekend. We’ll see, apparently it’s beating those expectations but still low.

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    I’d personally nominate this for picture, director, screenplay, score, animated film, and song. I’ll only predict it for animated and song, unfortunately.

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    Amazing amazing movie. So much better than that pathetically overrated Moana. Kinda bummed to see this doing less business than the likes of Moana, hopefully the word of mouth will help it sustain in the long run.

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    I loved Coco. I thought it was an amazing movie, and found it superior to some of the Best Picture contenders that I have seen (Dunkirk especially). I think it deserves a Score nod & a Screenplay nod (though I don’t know who would lose out in those categories). It definitely deserves an Animated Feature WIN and a Song WIN.

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    This movie was AMAZING …. SO good i loved it , i would nominated it for
    BP, Animated, Score, Song

    SOOOOO GOOOD

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    I saw two movies in the theatre this weekend. One was the possible best picture winner “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” and the other, the one I much preferred, was this beautiful piece of work. I was somewhat resistant to this film despite generally loving Pixar films, as it seemed too similar to “The Book of Life” which was a good film. This film is at a whole different level. The brightly colored animation is stunning and looks like nothing else Pixar has done so far. The story is genuinely dramatic and even though I am a rather hard hearted person I was a weepy mess for the last ten or so minutes. Those last ten minutes rival “Up” in their ability to move you. Gael Garcia Bernal gives one of the best vocal performances you’ll ever hear and the child actor in the lead is a real find. I loved it and I did not really expect to do so. I hope the film surprises and makes it into the best picture category rather than just animated film because it is well deserved.

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    Surprised more people aren’t talking about this.

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    Surprised more people aren’t talking about this.

    I know, right?!?! This film was simply amazing and definitely one of the best of the year. Pixar hasn’t been this great since Toy Story 3. Everyone was praising Inside Out, but this blows that out of the water. With this year’s crop of films, this certainly would deserve a Best Picture slot over some of the others…

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