Coco Read-Along Storybook and CD by Walt Disney CompanyBasic Plot: Miguel wants to play music but his family is opposed to that. His quest to play leads him to the land of the dead.
This book was based on the new Disney/Pixar movie by the same name. The audio includes actual actor voices doing dialogue and a little music from the movie. This was all done really well. The story itself was also pretty interesting. There are a lot of twists and turns to the plot. You think its going one way, then it pulls a switch on you. Its actually got a bit of murder-mystery element to it. The illustrations are really stellar, making me really look forward to seeing the movie!
Behind the voices of COCO - Disney Pixar Animated
Pixar’s Amazing ‘Coco’ Voice Cast Is Entirely Latino
The Oscars are taking place on Sunday , March 4 at 8 p. The movie was a huge success for so many reasons, one of them being its all-Latino cast. In the breakdown below, find out what the talented voice actors look like in real life. This year-old breakout star plays Miguel, who is desperate to play guitar, despite his family's generations-old ban on music. If you're not crying every time she hits the screen, something is seriously wrong.
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The film, which is centered on the Mexican tradition of the Day of the Dead, features a bridge between the land of the living and the land of the dead decorated with marigold petals. They have claimed it as their own, visiting it in theaters on multiple occasions, like they would a close family member. One of those visitors is writer Carlos Aguilar, who has seen it three times, twice in English and once in Spanish. Since Aguilar cannot return to Mexico because of his immigration status, the film resonated all the more powerfully. She felt proud to see the portrayal of loving, hard-working Mexican families, as did her relatives spanning several generations in Michoacan. Who would have thought that a Disney movie about a boy who loves to play guitar could provide the hope and cultural pride to make a swath of beleaguered Americans feel whole again? Our heritage has been just so challenged these past couple of years.