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Disney Pixar’s ‘Coco,’ Not Just for Kids

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For the past few years, Disney has been turning our favorite classic stories into live-action films.  These revivals remind us that sometimes, kids movies aren’t just for kids. In theaters this holiday season is Disney Pixar’s Coco, a beautifully animated film that takes place in Mexico. Lucky for us, the companion book Coco: A Story about Music, Shoes, and Family, has been released for us, as well! Twelve-year old Miguel Rivera just wants to be a famous musician, like his idol Ernesto de la Cruz, the most famous musician and film star in Mexico’s history. But Miguel’s family has a generation-old ban on music, and tell him to focus on the shoe-making shop that family runs, instead. A desperate attempt to prove his musical…

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Inside Out: Pixar’s best movie to date perfectly captures emotions

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So you sometimes feel as if your emotions are running your life? Go with that feeling. Because according to neuroscience and psychological research, you may be right. In fact, a new movie—and animated movie, of all things—centers on the role of emotions in our lives. In the story, a young girl’s mind is run by a “staff” of emotions, portrayed in the form of cartoon characters. According to experts, however, the film is not only accurate, but may be about to change a lot of perceptions about the importance of how we feel. The movie is Inside Out, Pixar’s latest release. In it, Riley is an 11-year-old girl whose world is turned upside-down when her family moves across the country.…

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