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Coco follows a 12-year-old boy named Miguel who sets off a chain of events relating to a century-old mystery, leading to an extraordinary family reunion.

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    1. Ethan Wee
      Just because it is about the Day of the dead festival
      Also i love how Pixar has made a good movie about this festival

    2. Zachary Leighton how do u know if it’s good? Are you a time traveler? Take me with you

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  1. Wow this totally doesn’t look like a ripoff of the book of life
    Nope looks 100% original

    1. Jake Ross the book of life was more of a love story. Maybe this movie will be more different

    2. Jake Ross its not because ” The book of life” doesn’t own the holiday “The day of the dead” nor the art and aesthetics that accompanies said holiday.

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  2. I wish that people would stop comparing this to the Book of Life, there are millions of movies about Christmas, Thanksgiving, Valentine’s Day, but nobody seems to complain. This movie looks epic and 100 times better than the Book of Life, and this started long before the Book of Life. seesh.

    1. Andrace John its not just because they are both on the day of the dead. Both movies also appear to have extremely similar plots (boy wants to play music even thought his family discourages it, laters discovers a musical ancestor. Boy gets trapped in the land of the dead, finds his ancestors who are surprised he is there so soon, with the help of his ancestors he returns to the land of the living.) coco also uses a visual theme very similar to tbol, especially in its depiction of the land of the dead. The way these films depict the day of the dead/mexican culture in general is also very unrealistic and could be considered offensive/cultural appropriation

    1. Flaming Plays No, it’s just based about the Day of the Dead just like the Book of life was. It’s like saying all christmas movies are copying each other or ripping each other off

    2. But not all Christmas movies revolve around a guitar playing MC, from a family that disapproves of playing music, leading to him traveling to the Land of the Remembered where he meets his dead family, then resolving the conflict and allowing the MC to play guitar as much as he wants as they break their family traditions. You can base a movie around a holiday, but not all of them are exactly the same. Miracle on 34th Street doesn’t remind me of A Chirstmas Carol or Arthur Christmas after all.

    3. @Darkcloud1111 You left out the whole love triangle plot in BoL and how he has to die to get to the other side, not use a magic guitar. Similar themes, different execution. If it seems similar, cool. Means I have more movies to watch during that time of year.

    4. yes, as we all know there can only ever be one movie about the day of the dead ever

    5. Exactly guys, some of you act like it affects your daily lives when a movie made similar to another movie

  3. people stop saying is a copy. both took Mexican culture as a base, that’s why they’re similar.

    1. I’m mexican and I think they could have used a LOOOOOOT more of research on the topic. They look similar because they only take the surface level mythology and customs to appeal to the global market. (I admit if they used what actually goes on the prehispanic legends it could be a bit confusing, violent and controversial so I understand why disney wouln’t want to explore those aspects).

    2. Gonardtron Vasquez exactly, take the most known things isn’t wrong, USA almost never uses our mythology, so it’s normal that they begin by the easiest.

    3. Thank You! I think it’s incredibly racist to say since two movies both are about Mexican culture they must be copies. As if Mexican culture is only worth one film and anything more would be redundant. Just like someone else said, just because you have two films about Christmas doesn’t automatically make them the same.

    1. StupidCrapyolo No, the xoloitzcuintle (Dante) is a guide dog. That kind of dog guides the death people to the heaven. According to old mexican culture.

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