Get Free Family 4 Packs of Passes to the Screening of Pixar’s ‘Coco’ at AMC Mission Valley in San Diego 11/6

Pixar Coco

Disney•Pixar’s “Coco” Celebrates

Family and the Art of Being Remembered

Get passes to see Pixar’s upcoming movie, “Coco,” at AMC Theaters in Mission Valley, November 6 at 7 pm. Use my link below to claim a family 4-pack to see Pixar’s Coco before it opens in theaters November 22, 2017.

Pixar Coco

Movie Synopsis

“‘Coco’ is about a 12-year-old boy with big dreams,” says director Lee Unkrich. “It’s about a hardworking family with great traditions and a lot of love. But what’s so cool about ‘Coco’ is that the boy could be my son. That family could live next door. The sweet, bossy grandmother who insists on one more bite might be your grandma. There’s something familiar to us all in this story. That’s what makes it so special.”

Pixar Coco

“Pixar Animation Studios’ 19th feature film introduces Miguel, an aspiring singer and self-taught guitarist who dreams of following in the footsteps of his idol, Ernesto de la Cruz, the most famous musician in the history of Mexico. But Miguel’s family forbids music. Many years ago, his great-great-grandmother and great-great-grandfather came to an impasse: She wanted to raise their family together in Santa Cecilia, but he couldn’t let go of his dream, leaving his family behind in his quest to be a musician. Passed down from generation to generation, great-great-grandmother Mamá Imelda’s consequent ban on music is strictly enforced—much to Miguel’s dismay. “When Miguel unearths a secret from his family’s past—a connection to Ernesto de la Cruz, he rushes to share the news with his family, thinking it will clear the way for him to be a musician,” says screenwriter Matthew Aldrich. “To his surprise, it only makes matters worse.”

Adds Molina, “Miguel feels like he has to choose between his passion for music and his love for his family. He really wants to share his talents with his family—to prove to them that making music is both beautiful and honorable. But he goes about it the wrong way.”

Miguel’s impulsive actions spark a magical event that renders him visible only to those who have come to visit from the Land of the Dead on Día de Muertos, also known as Día de los Muertos. This lively and colorful parallel world is populated by generations and generations of people who long ago left the Land of the Living, including Miguel’s own ancestors, who instantly recognize him and offer to help—but only if he agrees to give up music forever. “That’s just not something Miguel can accept,” says producer Darla K. Anderson, “so he teams up with a scrappy, streetwise skeleton named Héctor and they set out to find Ernesto de la Cruz—who they believe holds the key to Miguel’s baffling and decidedly unmusical family history.”

As a Mamarazzi Knows Best reader, I’m excited to offer you family 4-packs of passes to an early screening of Pixar’s Coco.

Click this link, and you’ll be taken to the page to claim your passes!

And, do come back to let me know what you think of the movie.

“Coco”

Rated PG

Runtime 1 and 49 minutes

 

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