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LMOST ev­ery­thing about “Coco,” ex­clud­ingthe fim it­self, is un­der­whelm­ing. Ire­mem­ber see­ing the trailer for the ful­l­length an­i­mated project by Pixar for the fist time, where a stray dog was chas­ing a skele­ton for its bones. It was okay. Sure, it’s not the best Pixar project to ever come out. It’s not the most orig­i­nal con­cept out there. But it works re­ally, re­ally great within the con­text of a fam­ily flck. I re­mem­ber the last “fam­ily flck” that tugged at my heart­strings be­fore see­ing “Coco” was Adam San­dler’s “Click.”

But the lat­ter pales in com­par­i­son with the for­mer in terms of ex­e­cu­tion. And while I have my own thoughts and share them to a group of friends who I usu­ally watch movies with, I don’t publish them with a la­bel of a re­view. But I was grate­ful for one thing that “Coco” pushed to the global

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