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Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Giveaway-COCO***CLOSED

We are celebrating the release of Disney - Pixar COCO.  Did you and your family watch this movie?
***Sponsored giveaway.  All opinions stated are my own based on my personal experience.***

If you have not gotten a chance to see it, check out the trailer now:


Synopsis: Despite his family’s baffling generations-old ban on music, Miguel (voice of newcomer Anthony Gonzalez) dreams of becoming an accomplished musician like his idol, Ernesto de la Cruz (voice of Benjamin Bratt). Desperate to prove his talent, Miguel finds himself in the stunning and colorful Land of the Dead following a mysterious chain of events. Along the way, he meets charming trickster Hector (voice of Gael García Bernal), and together, they set off on an extraordinary journey to unlock the real story behind Miguel's family history. 


A pesar de que su familia ha prohibido la música desde hace generaciones y sin ninguna explicación comprensible, Miguel (voz del actor principiante Anthony Gonzalez) sueña con convertirse en un músico experto como su ídolo, Ernesto de la Cruz (voz de Benjamin Bratt). Desesperado por probar su talento, Miguel se encuentra en la asombrosa y colorida Tierra de los Muertos después de una misteriosa serie de eventos. En el camino, conoce al encantador embustero Héctor (voz de Gael García Bernal), y juntos, se embarcarán en un viaje extraordinario para descubrir la verdadera historia detrás de la historia de la familia de Miguel. 

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13 comments:

The Egbert Family said...

My favorite or most memorable abulita moment happened when I was a child. We were visiting my abuelita in Mexico. I said I feel like Caldo de Pollo. I was thinking we would go get the chicken from the butcher shop, but no. My Abuelita Juanita chased after one of her chickens killed it. It kind of ruin everything for me. But looking back, I think how sweet of her to do this for me.

Anel Lestage said...

My favorite memory of my abuelita was getting to take my two oldest kids to spend an entire summer with her in her home. She passed away last year and I am so glad that my children had the opportunity to get to know her and love her too.

Claudia N said...

My favorite moments with mi abuelita, it was always fun spending time with her at her house with my two older siblings.

Keri justice said...

I haven't seen this movie yet, so I can't say my favorite moment. But I can't wait to watch it with my kids.

Keri justice said...

I commented on the TACO TUESDAY - SHRIMP TACOS #TCTACOTASTING post, Keri justice.

Cynthia Reyes said...

My favorite abuelita moment was definetly the scene where she gives Miguel more tamales. Reminded me of my mama Meyo always trying to feed us!!

blueice12 said...

favorite abuelita moment is around the holidays

Laura Carrillo said...

My favorite abuelita moment was seeing her in Mexico it was so fun to go to the plaza with her

Priscilla L said...

My favorite memory is Saturday nights. We would watch Love Boat and Fantasy Island with a big bowl of ice cream!

Naomie B said...

I haven't had the chance to see the movie yet, so I'm not sure about my favorite moment, but I can't wait to see it with the kids.

Trim girl said...

She use to bake the best busquits

kansas_krystal said...

My favorite great abuelita moment is eating strawberries with sugar on the front porch and telling me stories in Spanish about Mexico and her family crossing the Rio grande in the 1930.

Christina London said...

We haven't seen it yet. We want to.