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Year: 2017

Original Title: Coco

Country: USA

Length: 109 minutes

Genre: Animation, Fantasy, Adventure

Studios: Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar Animation Studios

Distributor: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

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Release Dates

United Kingdom: January 19 2018

United States: November 22 2017


Ranking: 7 out of 13,390 movies (up 8)


7.9 by 22 users

8.0 by Movie'n'co

8.5 by 2 media


'Coco' tells the story of 12 year old Miguel, who lives with his family on a farm in rural Mexico. Miguel wants more than anything to learn how to play the guitar much to the annoyance of his family who believe music is a distraction. With this in mind, Miguel plays the instrument in hiding in the attic of his home where he has an altar to honour his idol, Ernesto de la Cruz, a famous dead actor and musician. Miguel uses Ernesto?s music and performances to memorise chords and compose music. On the Day of the Dead, Miguel investigates an old family story which leads him to Ernesto?s mausoleum where he plays the artists famous guitar. Before long, Miguel finds himself trapped in the underworld with his best friend and dog: Dante. On his journey through the underworld, Miguel, with the help of his ancestors must help him escape. Not only does Miguel get an unforgettable adventure, but he manages to bring the whole family, dead and alive, together for one of the oldest and most important celebrations in Aztec country. Hide full plot... Show full plot


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Cast Coco

Anthony Gonzalez

Miguel (voice)

Benjamin Bratt

Ernesto de la Cruz (voice)

Renee Victor

Abuelita (voice)

Sofía Espinosa

Mama (voice)

Jaime Camil

Papa (voice)

Herbert Siguenza

Tio Oscar / Tio Felipe (voice)



Trivia Coco

Directed by Lee Unkrich, and produced by Darla K. Anderson, the same director and producer of Best Picture Oscar nominee 'Toy Story 3' (2010), with 'Coco' (2017) being Lee's second directorial effort, and Darla's fifth producal effort. Both of these films had a film directed by John Lasseter come next. In Brazil, the title name was changed to "Viva", for the original title "Coco" could be easily mistaken by the Portuguese word "cocô", which means "shit". Formerly referred to as 'Dia de los Muertos'.