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At first glance, Disney-Pixar's latest, "Coco," seems a lot like the 2014 Fox film "The Book of Life".In this otherworldly place, Miguel uncovers a mystery, connects with a quirky guy named Hector (Gael Garcia Bernal), and meets generations of relatives he's only known through old photos.He encounters magical alebrijes – fantastical spirit animals that help guide the lost, and he realizes that his musical dream could be more meaningful than he thought – especially for Mama Coco – but he'll need his family's support to return to the land of the living.Like the multicolored, flying tiger-dragon that swoops through Miguel's adventure into the land of spirits, "Coco" is a joyous vision, a celebration of life and the loving tradition of the Day of the Dead.
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