Atom User Reviews for Coco
next time don't play frozen before the movie
I haven't left a theater feeling this way in a long time!
It leaves you with a sense of wanting to spend time with your family and make every second count it reignites your love for movies
bring the tissue box... seriously
finally getting back to great movies for kids. it was amazing.
it was a great movie
beautiful movie with an even more beautiful story. definitely something I'd buy when it's out on bluray. tearjerker, plot twist, comedy, I love this movie !
Worst movie ever watched
this is definitely a must see & one of the best movies of the year
One of those movies you wish you never saw, just so you could watch it again. literal amazing.
great family film. they really capture the essence of what it means to be a family
Love your family and see the movie with them!
The Frozen short at the beginning wasn't short.
WAY better than the trailers!!!
Pixar always nails it. What a cute, fun, and well thought out story! Funny too!
So many plot twist that lead up to a heartwarming ending. My favorite Disney movie by far!
This is amazing!!!! Please go and Support this Film. This is an amazing family film.
this movie is great. it was funny, exciting, sad, it is just awesome it had everyone in the theater crying at the end. highly recommend it.
Omg I loved this movie everyone has to see it ❤️
Take a box of tissues with you
I’d watch it over again, I loved it so much
it was alright.
Movie was awesome!
I love this movie it made me cry
Just go and see it for yourself
It's a Pixar movie. Enough said.
saddest movie ever I cried 😭😭😭 I wasn't expecting that. my great grandmother died also.
The movie slips into a familiar rut and the scenery fades into the background.
At every imaginative juncture, the filmmakers (the screenplay is credited to Pixar veteran Molina and Matthew Aldrich) create a richly woven tapestry of comprehensively researched storytelling, fully dimensional characters, clever touches both tender and amusingly macabre, and vivid, beautifully textured visuals.
In its zeal to pay proper respect to Mexican traditions and to avoid any hint of appropriation, Coco fails to give as much attention to its perfunctory characters or mediocre plotting, resulting in a family film which is reverent rather than inspired.