7 Animated Films You Can Watch Before You See Pixar’s Coco
Pixar is releasing its first original film in almost two years with Coco.This latest Pixar offering comes out 24 November. But if you’re like us and can’t wait any longer – these are some animated movies like Coco you can watch while you wait.
#1. Book of Life
Book of Life is a romance rather than an adventure like Coco, but it also prominently features the Day of the Dead. It also manages to respectfully show the famous Mexican tradition in a way all kids and adults will love.
Both Coco and Sing are animated movies with music rather than musicals that are a signature of Disney. It’s just as colorful and light-hearted as what Coco seems to be. Plus, it has an amazing cast of Scarlett Johansson, Reese Witherspoon, Taron Egerton, and Matthew McConaughey.
Just as Coco is an authentic representation of Mexican culture, Moana shows Maui culture in all its glory. It also has all original songs by the Hamilton creator – Lin Manuel Miranda.
Perhaps the only Pixar film apart from Coco to heavily feature another country’s culture, Brave is a fantastical adventure set in the backdrop of Scottish Highlands. It not only has an inspiring message but it’s also a wild rollercoaster ride of pure fun.
#5. Spirited Away
If a cute version of the afterlife and ghosts are what you look forward to in Coco, you will love Spirited Away. With memorable characters, a young main character, and an adventure through a magical world, this might very well be the Japanese Coco.
#6. Nightmare Before Christmas
There’s no other famous animated skeleton in movies that can come close to Jack Skellington. If you loved the sneak peek of the trickster skeleton, Hector Rivera, this film is for you. While it doesn’t have Day of the Dead, it does have another famous holiday – Christmas.
#7. Toy Story
The release of any new Pixar movie is a perfect time to revisit the film that launched the animation studio to a whole new level. Very few films have come to tug at your heartstrings like this one. Before you see Coco which claims to do it plenty, this is a must-watch.
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