Coco (Pixar) Fandom

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Coco (Pixar) Fandom
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Don't take this the wrong way, Coco is a great movie (though not everyone has to like it). It's fandom, on the other hand, makes you want to forget about them.
Nickname: Musician wannabes
Type: Movie Fandom
Status: Active


Coco is a 2017 computer-animated film created by Pixar Animation Studios directed by Lee Unkrich. The film is about a 12-year-old boy named Miguel being transported to the land of the dead where he seeks help from his deceased relatives to help him return to the living world and reverse his family's ban on music. The film was both a critical and commercial success and won several awards, including the Academy Award for Best Animated Picture. But unfortunately, the film's success would later lead to it having a very toxic fandom.

Why We Shouldn't Remember Them

  1. They don't just love the film. They treat it as if it was the next coming of Jesus.
  2. They tend to start flame wars with fans of The Book Of Life.
  3. Shipping conflicts everywhere (mostly with Miguel, who is a child).
    • Speaking of ships, they also made some bad ones such as Miguel x Hector and Miguel x Ernesto. This is considered both pedophilic and necrophilic. Not to mention that Ernesto does reveal his true colors to Miguel. As for Miguel x Hector, it's considered incest since Hector is Miguel's great-great-grandfather.
  4. They claim to not care about the Oscars, yet they went "OMG!" when the movie won. How can they not care about an awards ceremony when they just went bananas over the fact that Coco won.
  5. They rant on other animated movies from the same year like Smurfs: The Lost Village, Cars 3, Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie, The Lego Batman Movie, and Ferdinand. Let's not forget to mention that a chunk of them are from The Emoji Movie Hatedom as well since that's also an animated film released in 2017.
  6. They treat the song "Remember Me" as if it was the national anthem.
  7. A few of them might even come from the Mexico Hatedom, yet they praise this film, despite the fact that it's about Mexican culture. Hypocrisy at it's finest, folks.
  8. If you say that you hate this film, or point out any of its flaws, or even say it's your least favorite Pixar movie, all you just have to do is make a run for it! Is there anything else we have to say?
  9. They spam you to go see this movie. Even though not many people would want to because they are not interested or don't have enough money to rent/buy the movie.
  10. They bash so much on The Good Dinosaur, Cars and Brave to no end. How typical for the Pixar fandom...
  11. When Miguel sang "Remember Me" to Coco, they took it way to seriously and acted like it was real. Yes, we know that it's a very emotional scene and it's very heartwarming to see a relative remember something important from a long time ago, but it's only fictional at the end of the day.
  12. Many of them are part of the Frozen Hatedom. You know why? Because they take their hatred towards Olaf's Frozen Adventure (a short film released before Coco when it was on the big screens) to extreme levels.
  13. Search up Coco 2 and you're going to find out that some actually made some clickbait videos involving Coco 2 when they are just fan-made ideas. Never confuse fanmade with the official.
  14. They complain about Miguel (or Coco related content) not appearing in Disney Infinity. They would push their limits by not shutting up about it. They also forgot that Disney Infinity is discontinued for legit reasons.

How They Can Have The Celebration of a Lifetime

  1. They do give valid reasons to like this movie.
  2. Some can agree about Coco's similarities to The Book of Life.
  3. They make good theories like " Why Coco never put up Hector's photo".
  4. They can also make beautiful fan content, including fan art about the movie.
  5. They do have a point about Olaf's Frozen Adventure (which appeared before Coco) being much too long for a short film.
  6. Not all of them praise the film in a toxic way.

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