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Here's the awe-inspiring trailer for Pixar's new film, 'Coco'

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I’ve had to stop watching Pixar films because they’re all really sad and upsetting nowadays – I can’t put myself through that, I’m afraid. I can deal with giant robots, dinosaur theme parks and The Rock driving big trucks, but cute little animated characters experiencing heartbreak is not in my remit, thank you very much.

Unfortunately, the trailer for Pixar’s latest film looks up the same street, so I won’t be watching it when it comes out this November. Here’s the trailer:

Yeah, naaah. Kid on his own, a dog and loads of ghosts – I’m going to cry if I watch this, apols.

The story, which concerns a young Mexican boy uncovering his family’s history whilst stuck in the Land of the Dead, will no doubt please the fans, and the visuals look top notch, but it’s a little hard to see the screen through a screeching waterfall of tears. Next!

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