“Coco,” the new film from Disney Pixar, concerns young Miguel Rivera, a Mexican boy from a family of shoemakers who loves music, contrary to his family’s dislike of the stuff. Naturally, he ends up in the land of the dead to address the problem at hand. (And yes, there’s more plot than that.)
Already the all-time highest grossing film in Mexican history, “Coco” is now screening on this side of the border in Spanish, both dubbed and subtitled.
Barton Creek 14 is doing both, while the Alamo Drafthouse Slaughter and the Galaxy Highland 10 are showing the film dubbed. Check their respective websites for showtimes.