Latinos in Texas React to Pixar’s Powerful New Film ‘Coco’

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Pixar’s new film “Coco” was released in theaters this past weekend right after Thanksgiving, and according to the Los Angeles Times, it brought in “…$73 million in its first five days of release, [and it] could retain the No. 1 spot in the United States and Canada until Disney releases ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ on Dec. 15.”

The animated family movie center around Latino culture and Dia de los Muertos, and it’s touching many Texans’ hearts. KIIITV in Corpus Christi spoke with young viewers as they left the theater after seeing the film. One girl stated, “I’m a first generation American, my parents came here from Mexico, so them being able to relate to something and have me be able to make a connection…I thought it was really special.” searched through Twitter for reactions to the film and found that Chris Perez wrote, “Who me? I DON’T cry at the movies!…yeah right…I sure did THIS time. Such a good movie! ‪#Família ‪#crybaby ;)” Twitter user @fresh_seas added, “There is not a dry eye in the house after Coco,” and @JohnPicacio wrote, “Saw it. LOVED it. Shoutout to my Mexican people: This one’s an instant classic & it’s ours. Go see it.”

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