vote on everything
Total Nerd
36 voters

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

September 23, 2020 418 votes 36 voters 1.5k views22 items

List RulesVote up the details from 'Coco' that make you un poco loco.

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!

  • 1

    The Window Frames And Lightbulb Coils Are Shaped Like Skulls

    From Redditor /u/MostlyMovieDeets:

    In Pixar's Coco, inside the family affairs office the coils in the light bulbs look like skulls.

    Great detail?
  • 2

    The Skull On Ernesto De La Cruz's Guitar Resembles Its True Owner

    From Redditor /u/MostlyMovieDeets:

    In Pixar's Coco, the skull at the base of Ernesto de la Cruz's guitar is the same shape as Hector's, suggesting it was never Ernesto's to begin with.

    Great detail?
  • 3

    Hector's Older Bones Show Signs Of Wear, Like Arthritis

    From Redditor /u/Tappyy:

    In Disney’s Coco, Miguel’s skeleton hands show little sign of use or age since he is a kid. However, Hector’s hands show wear and look potentially arthritic, since he was an adult when he died.

    Great detail?
  • 4

    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.

    Great detail?
PollsCocoParentingtop 20Kids EntertainmentTotal NerdLivingPixar