epoca dorada

Me and Coco

The premiere of Cococ was almost one month earlier than in United States because Dia de Muertos.

Well, the main complaint of the spectators in Mexico was “Frozen”, yeah, we did not like the length of the short film, We thought we had made a mistake in our tickets. I was a long wait

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The colours,the landscapes,the plaza…

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La chancla (Every Mexican knows what that means) 

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The references to our culture, La Epoca Dorada del Cine Mexicano (
Golden Age of Mexican Cinema, I used to watch these movie in my grandparents house) Viva Mexico, Cabr*nes!

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The ending had me like

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Everyone identified their family with Miguel’s, my Abuelita for example, the story is simple, with a familiar plot twist, blue when they made you cry you forget that, is not a master piece, but is Great, and people COCO IS NOT 
DEFINITELY THE BOOK OF LIFE.

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100 reasons to love Mexico - #16

Por las figuras de esta era dorada: Los hermanos Soler, María Félix, Dolores del Río, Pedro Armendáriz, Jorge Negrete, Pedro Infante, Ignacio López Tarso, Joaquín Pardavé, Mario Moreno “Cantinflas”, Germán Valdés “Tin Tan”, David Silva, Silvia Pinal…

Those who made possible such Golden Era of Mexican Cinema: The Soler Brothers, María Félix, Dolores del Rios, Pedro Armendáriz, Jorge Negrete, Pedro Infante, Ignacio López Tarso, Joaquín Pardave, Mario Moreno “Cantinflas”, Germán Valdés “Tin tan”, David Silva, Silvia Pinal, Silvia Derbez, among others…