Spoilers regarding the main thing I disliked in the movie (trying to be as non-specific as possible):
I'm very curious to know what Mexicans or people who know Mexican culture well felt about the depiction of Dia de los Muertos.
absolutely nothing wrong with watching cartoon movies, anyone who shames you for it is a bad person who should feel bad.DidierAubin87 wrote:Although it is cartoon movies, but I still enjoy it :oops:
oh jeez. I guess I'll skipZohar wrote:For comparison, I felt this was much sadder than the opening of Up
suffer-cait wrote:One day I'm gun a go visit weeks and discover they're just a computer in a trashcan at an ice cream shop.
Kewangji wrote:I'd buy you chili ice cream if you were here, or some other incongruous sweet.
natraj wrote:i have a bizarre mental block against the very idea of people enjoying mint and chocolate together.
Zohar wrote:The more time goes by the more I dislike how emotionally manipulative this movie is. Someone at Pixar said "We need everyone to cry at the end, no matter how in-line with the rest of the film it is" and they decided to go with what they did. It's some Lars Von Trier-level bullshit.
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