Disney and Pixar, your favorite animated-films-that'll-make-you-cry-like-a-baby dream team, is back with a trailer for their new movie Coco , and it looks absolutely adorable. The movie, which comes out on Thanksgiving, centers around a young Mexican boy named Miguel who, although a lover of music, isn't allowed to play it because his family considers it a curse. Miguel goes to the grave of his great-great grandfather the "greatest musician of all time" to get answers on how he should pursue his dreams without upsetting his family. There, he finds a magical guitar that transports him to the Land of the Dead, where the dead "live" as skeletons. There, Miguel has a limited amount of time in the Land of the Dead to find his great-great grandfather and unearth his family's secrets before he's never able to return home.
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It has to be cheerful. After all, its a cartoon for kids starring black and white bones. Generations of them, full skeletons, some with eyebrows and goatees, welcoming young Miguel Anthony Gonzalez into the afterlife with a wistful hug. But to his living relatives, he might as well be.
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