In the movie Coco, there was a scene that was really meaningful to me – when Miguel made up with his parents and music was spread in the family again. During the time of Dia De Los Muertos, Miguel (the main character) strums a guitar and he goes back to the land of the dead […]
I was in Governor’s Cup and we got 5th place and everyone was supposed to get a medal and we didn’t and I got really mad, so the first scene (of the short film Spellbound) with the trophy I can relate to.
The scene that was meaningful to me, was the scene where the little sister says she was sorry to her sister. This relates to me, because sometimes I will tell my sister mean things, but then tell her I’m sorry and she will forgive me.
The part (of the short film “The Doll That Chose to Drive”) that got my attention was when she drove by the buffed up stereotyped guy drinking tea by himself at a pink table with a little tiny cup. This part caught my attention because it goes with the topic of sexism, so I think […]
When the ornament was about to crush the car, I felt like it was directly from an Indiana Jones scene. In one of the scenes, he set off a trap, a giant stone ball dropped down and almost crushed him. Just like the movie, when the car was next to the tree, the ornament dropped […]
The movie “Coco” is a very meaningful, yet emotional film. In the movie, Miguel travels to the land of the dead, setting out to find his great-great-grandfather. The scene that was meaningful to me was when Miguel finally returns home to his family. This scene relates to another film that I’ve seen called “Inside Out,” […]
In the movie “Coco,” there are many scenes. One that I like is when a little boy named Miguel in now in the land of the dead. At the beginning, he wants to play music, but his family hates it. They think it is a curse because Miguel’s great-great-grandfather was a music person and he […]
The scene in the movie “Coco” when Miguel’s great-grandma opens her eyes and starts singing is important to me. In this scene, Miguel’s great-grandma, Coco, opens her eyes and starts singing to the song that her dad sang to her as a child. This is a very important event that occurs in the movie because […]
I think the most important scene to me was the scene where Miguel met his family that was dead. This compares to the time when I met my aunt for the first time.
I think the most important part is when he tries to find his dad. It reminds me of “Inside Out” because she is trying to find how to make friend and to do what she loves and that is playing hockey like Miguel wants to play music.