Animated


Coco


MPAA Rating:
PG
Genre:
Animated
Runtime:
109 mins
Stars:
Anthony Gonzalez, Gael Garcia Bernal, Benjamin Bratt, Alanna Ubach, Renee Victor
Director:
Lee Unkrich
Producer:
Darla K. Anderson

Content at a Glance

0

Sex

Approved: 0-2 in any category

 

0:
none
1:
on-screen acts of romance
2:
infidelity; implied pre-marital sex or secondary lead characters with consequences
3:
inappropriate sexual relations without consequences
4-5:
graphic sexual activity is heard and/or seen
×
0

Sex

Approved: 0-2 in any category

 

0:
none
1:
on-screen acts of romance
2:
infidelity; implied pre-marital sex or secondary lead characters with consequences
3:
inappropriate sexual relations without consequences
4-5:
graphic sexual activity is heard and/or seen
×
1
Violence

Violence

Approved: 0-2 in any category

 

0:
none
1:
on-screen acts of romance
2:
infidelity; implied pre-marital sex or secondary lead characters with consequences inappropriate sexual relations without consequences
4-5:
graphic sexual activity is heard and/or seen
×
1
Drugs

Drugs

Approved: 0-2 in any category

 

0:
none
1:
occasional drinking by secondary characters (i.e., man in bar)
2:
historically accurate use of alcohol and tobacco products
3:
continuous drinking and drug use common throughout
4-5:
drug/alcohol used many times by main character(s) shown in a positive light
×
1
Nudity

Nudity

Approved: 0-2 in any category

 

0:
none
1:
baby’s behind; shirtless men, low cut shirts, short skirts seen occasionally on women
2:
rear nudity that is not suggestive such as skinny dipping from a distance; cleavage
3:
sexually suggestive and revealing clothing or underwear is common throughout
4-5:
frontal nudity
×
1
Other

Other

Approved: 0-2 in any category

 

Lead characters that exhibit disrespect for authority, lying, cheating, stealing, illegal activity, witchcraft or sorcery

0:
none
1:
mild-moderate with consequences
2:
moderate poor behavior
3:
moderate-heavy behavior with no consequences
4-5:
extreme portrayals, condoned or excused
×

Sex


No Information

Language


No Information

Violence


a boy is chased, and his life is threatened, all handled lightly.

Drugs


characters toast with presumably tequila

Nudity


No Information

Other


themes about death; afterlife is handled without reference to god; fantastic skeletons (calaveras) are the main characters in the afterlife; we see a skeleton disintegrate when he is forgotten.


Trailer



Synopsis

Aspiring musician Miguel, confronted with his family’s ancestral ban on music, enters the Land of the Dead to work out the mystery.


Movie Message

Coco es maravilloso!

Coco is gorgeous! Pixar has not only created a breathtaking, imaginative universe, but these masters have also swooped us into a culture that sparks endless conversation about family honor, death and heaven, music, honesty and a lifetime of injustice. But first, just enjoy the experience.

We meet Miguel and the Rivera family; proud, hard-working shoemakers. Woven into their big love is a deep grudge that plays out in hatred for the father who left the family generations earlier; his photo torn from their walls and his memory torn from their hearts. Or is it? Through Miguel’s love of the forbidden joy of music, we are carried into a rich and gigantic afterlife. On this special Dia de los Muertos, the worlds of their family’s complex past intersect, and Miguel is introduced to his life’s deepest, most exciting truths. And we’re enveloped in gorgeous sights and sounds through every minute of the story.

In its many layers, Coco elevates a man’s selfless love, commitment and true motivation to honor his family even while enduring injustice. Coco reminds us to adore our elders and listen to our children. And in all that depth, our whole family gets to enjoy fantastic music and a delightful cast of characters that will make you want to stay for the next showing to experience it all again.

Dove is proud to award Coco our Dove Approval for All Ages.

For All Ages

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