Coco Tamil Dubbed TamilRockers is an 3D American computer animation film from 2017, produced by Pixar Animation Studios and published by Walt Disney Pictures. Based on the original idea of Lee Unkrich, it is directed by him and co-directed by Adrian Molina. The voice of the film with Anthony Gonzalez, Gael Garcia Bernal, Benjamin Bratt, Alanna Ubach, Renee Victor, Ana Ofelia Murguía and Edward James Olmos.
The story revolves around a 12-year-old boy, Miguel, who accidentally transferred to the land of the dead, where the deceased’s great-grandfather would bring him back to his family. Ban on family music.
Coco IMDb Rating : 8.4
Coco Movie Story Line
In addition to the prohibitions of the older generation who combine his family with music, Miguel dreams of becoming a great musician, such as his model Ernesto de la Cruz. Miguel wanted to prove his talent and pursued a series of mysterious events in the incredible and colorful land of the dead.
In Santa Cecilia, Mexico, Miguel dreams of becoming a musician, but his family strictly prohibits him. Her great-grandmother, Imelda, married a man who allowed her daughter and daughters Coco to continue her musical career. When he never returned, Imelda gave up his family’s music and opened a shoe store.
The film starts a few weeks before the day of the dead, October 20, to open the Morelia International Film Festival. Gael García Bernal (Mozart in the forest) takes part in the Morelia Mobile Film Festival on the Mexican stage. García Bernal also directed a Mexican feature film with his production partner, Diego Luna (Rogue One), under the slogan Canana Films.
Coco Tamil Dubbed
The film has compiled by Michael Giacchino. Germaine Franco, Adrian Molina, Robert López and Kristen Anderson-López wrote songs. The score starts on August 14, 2017. This score will published on November 10, 2017.
Unkrich returned to Coco’s latest Pixar project, a powerful family adventure about a boy named Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez) who crossed the Land of the Dead and was looking for his idol singer, Ernesto de la Cruz, in the chair of the director. The film is primarily based on Mexican language, music and culture, especially on the tradition of coming to Honor the Dead.