This weekend I took at trip to the local cinema [possibly not the closest, will check . . . . . yep, second closest, about two miles further than the Odeon in Maidstone] to see Coco. Here’s a picture so I don’t have to write about the state of the tide:
Today the weather is back to boring grey. I preferred the white and cold. At least now I can turn the heating off for a while!
I rated the film on the IMDB website and there’s a guide to the rating system within this communication.
I have to say I thought the film was far better than the trailers had made it out to be. I was concerned it was going to be a religious load of rubbish but it turns out to be a lovely touching film about death. Seriously, that’s what it is about. It tells the story of how Mexico copes with death. It allows the world to picture that death is coming for us all and we only live on in the memories of those we leave behind. Coco tells us how fleeting this life is and how ultimately useless our lives are if we can’t get to be with those we love.
Along with looking just lovely, it’s Pixar, this film made me laugh and smile and want to cry. It was very good.