Coco

Movie • 2017 • Animation  Report
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ProfessorProcyon
Actually, there are a few horses seen in the movie; there is a horse in one of Ernesto's movies, and several skeleton horses are also seen briefly. However, none of them die.
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Alyssa Villarreal
The dog dante is never harmed but he does turn into an alebrije in the movie and it's implied he stays in the spirit world however he does return on the day of the dead (with a kitty!)
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AspieBean
No. There is a stray dog but he is not abused.
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Does a pet die?
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Are there bugs?
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Lynxwithaharpn
It is possible that some of the alebrijes are spirits of deceased animals, though.
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Lynxwithaharpn
A few dragon-like alebrijes can be seen, but they survive (and they're likely immortal, anyway).
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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AtarahDerekh
No animals die onscreen, but skeletal animals are shown in the Land of the Dead.
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AtarahDerekh
There are some dragon and snake-like alebrijes.
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Sarah Elizabeth
Though they're not scary, there are short glimpses of snake and insect alebrijes.
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Alyssa Villarreal
A spirit guide Pepita comes back as a cat on day of the dead, she is never harmed.
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SiRenfield
A wife and child are led to believe this is the case and it affects the family for generations but a twist reveals that it’s not the actual case though
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Lynxwithaharpn
(Spoiler!) The main villain is portrayed as a good character for most of the film and he thoroughly denies that he ever did anything bad. He also tries to convince his old friend, who he killed, that he did not kill him. When his old friend makes a connection to one of the movies, the villain says "You're confusing movies with real life."
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AtarahDerekh
Yes and no. Two characters shown to be best friends/close as brothers live and work in close proximity to one another and travel together until one poisons the other to keep him from leaving. The characters aren't related by blood, but it's implied that they grew up with a close enough relationship to be considered domestic.
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ConsueloHigdon
Miguel is forced not to participate in his favorite hobby and a member of his family destroys his homemade guitar, then immediately becomes sweet in an attempt to manipulate him. This is emotional abuse.
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16Dork01
Some of the characters are shown drinking and [SPOILERS] it's revealed that one of the characters died after drinking a poisoned drink, but nobody seems to be addicted to alcohol.
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AspieBean
No, although there are damaged teeth
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Lynxwithaharpn
Not really, but skeletons are sometimes seen detaching their body parts, most notably Héctor (one of the main characters). It doesn't appear to harm any of them.
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aranel
Someone is crushed by a giant bell, it's played more as comedy and it's not graphic.
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thespianscreed
One character is twice shown to have their entire body squashed under a giant bell that falls on them, although there is no blood or gore.
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ProfessorProcyon
Nobody is buried alive, but a character falls into an open grave and is also trapped in an afterlife for most of the movie.
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CorbinTerry
A skeletons eyes drop into his open jaw
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AspieBean
When a character is being forgotten he makes a labored breathing noise.
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alba04
The people inhabiting the spirit world repeatedly get their skeletons disarranged, but they always reassemble and it doesn't hurt them. It is comical rather than scary.
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Sarah Elizabeth
Though probably technically not a seizure, Hector displays some very seizure-like movements when the final death" starts affecting him.
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pippabaker303
there is a moment where a character falls but they are saved quickly
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AtarahDerekh
One character does intentionally bypass a flight of stairs by jumping, and has to reassemble himself at the bottom. This is a conscious decision to show off his abilities.
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Sarah Elizabeth
No, but we get glimpses of dead children as skeletons/ghosts. And Miguel comes very close to becoming a skeleton.
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Destiny Talo
In a flashback, we see a man die--there is no blood or other violent imagery, but he falls over in the street, obviously dead.
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ProfessorProcyon
Miguel's grandmother finds his handmade guitar, and later smashes it after Miguel tells her that he doesn't care if he's "put on some stupid ofrenda". Miguel becomes upset and runs away after this.
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Lynxwithaharpn
A nude skeleton model is briefly shown, but it's a skeleton and therefore doesn't actually have any NSFW body parts.
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Arlo
There are spirits, but no ghosts. Not scary at all.
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Are there razors?
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Crow75
There are spirits in this movie, but they do not possess others.
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ProfessorProcyon
There is occasional spitting, but nothing serious.
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ProfessorProcyon
There is a scene where Dante eats paint and is briefly heard gagging, but the camera immediately cuts to another scene.
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ProfessorProcyon
Whenever skeletons fall apart, you can often hear their bones hitting the ground. It sounds more like a rattling noise rather than snapping.
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SiRenfield
A subplot of the movie basically involves Miguel trying to avoid the afterlife’s equivalent of customs. Otherwise the closest we have to cops in the living world is a security guard at the cemetery. Either way these people are obstacles albeit presented as “just doing their job”
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Lynxwithaharpn
There are a few parts where the main character loses his temper and gets mad at a few other characters (especially his family), though. He also gets really upset after a major plot twist in the movie.
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Lynxwithaharpn
No characters are even confirmed or heavily implied to be autistic.
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Mal_eficent
Two characters end up in a phone booth or something similar when the first meet. It doesn’t fit them well.
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ProfessorProcyon
There are vibrant lights, but nothing that'd trigger photosensitive symptoms.
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Does a baby cry?
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ProfessorProcyon
There are a few scenes with a pregnant woman, and there is later a baby/toddler shown towards the end of the movie.
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Maktopus
A male character dresses up as Frida Kahlo as a disguise, it is played for laughs.
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SiRenfield
Unless you count a fictionalized version of real life bisexual Frida Kahol dying before the events of the film, but there aren’t any confirmed LGBTQ+ characters in the text
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thespianscreed
For much of the movie, a man disguises himself as a woman. At one point when he removes his disguise, another male character audibly hesitates before addressing him as a man.
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Lynxwithaharpn
All characters who live and die in this movie are Hispanic.
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CorbinTerry
there is a naked skeleton, but technecly ALL skeletons are naked so i guess not
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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ProfessorProcyon
There's a brief scene where a skeleton is posing nude for a painting, but it's not explicit or anything because... well, it's a skeleton.
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Coco, Miguel’s great grandma has dementia and forgets who her daughter is. (spoiler) end of movie, Coco remembers and tells a story about her father
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Lynxwithaharpn
It comes very close to not having a happy ending, though.
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AtarahDerekh
Ghosts, alebrijes, the Land of the Dead and vitamins are all confirmed to be real things. Sorry, kids.
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ProfessorProcyon
About half of the way through the movie, Miguel crosses in front of a train. He is not hit, but comes very close to being hit.
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ProfessorProcyon
There are skeletons, but no blood/gore.
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pippabaker303
there is a couple moments where a character falls into water but they are either able to swim or are rescued immediately
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