Coco (I) (2017)
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|MPAA||Rated PG for thematic elements|
Sex & Nudity
- Discussion of Mama Imelda and her husband's love story.
- A "nude" skeleton poses for an artist. This scene is brief and played for laughs.
- Two characters kiss in a movie and the main character watches.
- The announcing woman's dress in the music competition can be revealing.
- The skeletons are shown nude but nothing is seen as they are covered in sparkly lights and designs, some also wear low cleavage
- There is a subtle reference to large breasts in the French version of the song named « Juanita » but no « sexual » word is said of course.
Violence & Gore
- A grandma chases after a child and adult men hitting them with her shoe.
- Infrequent use of words like: "stupid", "dumb", "jerks" etc.
- One incomplete use of "son of a bitch". While Cheech scolding Hector angrily (pronounced: "Where's my femur?! You son of a-!).
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Characters drink from shot glasses, but it's never said what's in the shot glasses. No one gets drunk.
- A character poisons another character's drink to kill him.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- Some tense chase scenes. A character falls from a great height.
- The ending of this movie is heartwarming and emotional at the same time.
- A murder scene is played out and is sensitive to some viewers.
- Overall, one of Pixar's darkest films, next to 'The Good Dinosaur', 'Toy Story 3' and 'Up', mainly because of the thematic elements and emotional moments.
- It's implied that an elderly character has passed away off screen, though nothing explicit is shown.
- Pepita's roar can startle viewers.
- Many skeletons lose limbs and their skulls and other body pieces throughout the second half of the movie. Eyeballs also fall through the head into the mouth of one skeleton.
- Pixar's #1 saddest film. Extremely emotional moments, deaths, (not graphic) intense moments, etc. I cried big time on it.
Violence & Gore
- It is revealed that a family member was murdered by poisoning and we see him dying onscreen.
- A giant bell falls on top of a Ernesto De La Cruz, two times.
- A grandma intentionally smashes a child's precious belonging.
- Two skeletons in after-life are shown being forgotten by family members and it is represented as being very painful, like electric shocks. One skeleton "dies" this way and collapses into dust.
- A child is pushed off a high ledge by an adult, and he falls for a long while until he is caught by a spirit animal.
- A spirit animal chases and attacks an adult skeleton, and flies away with him in his talons. The creature throws the skeleton into a bell, which falls on him and crushes him.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- A giant bell falls on De La Cruz and kills him twice. Hector is poisoned and is briefly shown dying on screen.
- Imelda is shown to suffer from PTSD, due to the trauma inflicted by her abandonment caused by Hector, which heavily affects her and leads her to decide that music is meaningless and decides to ban it. To prove this point, she's shown having fits of rage and a few panic attacks when someone shows her a musical instrument. The depiction is slightly realistic, and might be a bit distressing for some.
- After trying to steal an item from a tomb, a child becomes invisible to his family members around him, and he is running and scared as he passes through them.
- A child discovers that his great great grandfather is a different person.
- A grandmother intentionally smashes a child's prized possession.
- A father is shown to abandon his wife and small child.
- A boy is kicked over the edge of a high ledge and falls for a long time before being caught by a spirit creature.
- A male skeleton whips a female skeleton around in a violent dance on stage in front of an audience as he tries to take a photo away from her hand.
- While in the spirit realm, a child's hands and stomach area start to dematerialize and his bones become visible as the night goes on and morning approaches.
- The scene where Miguel is being scolded by his family may be upsetting to some, and may hit close to home.
- At the end mama Coco dies but she is a skeleton
- The character Héctor's backstory may upset some, and when he is being forgotten and is shown to become weaker and weaker, this might upset viewers too, as most viewers may grow to like him.