Small But Meaningful Details In 'Coco' That Prove It's Time For A Rewatch

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It'd be tough to trust anyone if they didn't cry at the end of Coco. This feat from Disney and Pixar was a well received love letter to an entire culture, illustrating what it means to celebrate Día de Muertos. These small but meaningful details prove why Coco might be Disney's best in years. 

Between the neon colors and fantastical architecture in The Land of the Dead, there are a ton of hidden details and Easter eggs to discover. Vote up the most impressive details fans found in Coco!

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    The Creators Honored Their Loved Ones In The End Credits

    From Redditor /u/kinglauti:

    Coco's creators honoring their loved ones who have passed away on the last post-credits' frame.

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    Hector Finally Has A Pair Of Shoes At The End

    From Redditor /u/blackmachine312:

    In Coco (2017), Héctor spends the movie with torn clothes and without shoes. It's only at the end when he is welcomed back to the Rivera family that his clothes are clean and has access to the family's legacy: shoes.

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    'Remember Me' Is Meant To Be Played ‘Rubato'

    From Redditor /u/hesperidae:

    In music, rubato indicates a more fluid tempo that allows the musician to speed up and slow down for greater expressivity within the piece, though without altering the overall tempo. Together, the meanings of the word add up to ‘stolen time,’ which is exactly what has happened to Hector.

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    The Bricks Making Up The Sidewalk Are Shaped Like Bones

    From Redditor /u/hecticpillow:

    In Coco (2017) the sidewalk tiles are shaped as bones.

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    Marigolds Traditionally Guide The Spirit Of A Loved One

    From Redditor /u/Tokyono:

    In Coco (2017), Marigolds are the only living plants in The Land of the Dead. During their preliminary research trips to Mexico, the filmmakers learned that marigolds play a huge role in Día de Los Muertos: guiding the spirit of a loved one home.

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    The Year The Rivera Family Started Their Business Is The Same As Disney

    From Redditor /u/MrBetoJoker:

    In Coco (2017), the “Rivera Family of Shoemakers” started in 1921. The same year Walt Disney made his first animation.