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Old 01-08-2020, 10:41 PM   #1
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Default Mexico in Epcot adds Music from Coco

And I also read that the music in France has been changed to include Beauty and The Beast. Makes sense to me, but I'm sure I'm probably in the minority in Mouse Owner world. Figure China will start rocking the Mulan soundtrack any day now

https://wdwnt.com/2020/01/video-new-...lion-in-epcot/

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Old 01-08-2020, 10:45 PM   #2
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Interesting. Never heard of "coco." Even after reading your link I still have no idea what it is. So I'd probably not notice the difference. But I really enjoy the music all around Epcot (FW and WS).

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And I also read that the music in France has been changed to include Beauty and The Beast. Makes sense to me, but I'm sure I'm probably in the minority in Mouse Owner world. Figure China will start rocking the Mulan soundtrack any day now

https://wdwnt.com/2020/01/video-new-...lion-in-epcot/

Yep, makes sense to me, too. I understand the purist perspective, but as much as they may complain nothing is changing back to the past. It is what it is.

Always a fan of Disney music here, and I very much like the manner in which theyíre incorporating it into the background rather than it being loud and intrusive.
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I finally watched Coco on Disney+ last night and truly loved it. I cried. I was moved. I saw things differently than before. (Never gave the celebration any thought before ... just thought it odd ... now completely moved by it and wish my family had taken greater care to preserve and hand down the stories of our ancestors!)
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First reaction: "There is nothing in Epcot concerning New Mexico!"
Second reaction: "Oh.... now I get it..."
BRP: Coco is one is the weaker offerings from Pixar. But it's still pretty good.
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Glad Iím not the only one thinking this was a post about a state pavilion. Is Arizona next?
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Glad Iím not the only one thinking this was a post about a state pavilion. Is Arizona next?
Maybe Texas? It used to be its own country.
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France should show Hunchback some love.

Disney has some great anime for Japan.

What IP would Canada use? Bambi? Meet the Robinsons?

Italy = Pinocchio- make a stretch and add Hercules?

Germany = Snow White and maybe Tangled

US could be a number of Pixar; Cars. TS, Incredibles, and also Lilo and Stic, P&F, Pohahontas, etc

England has a bunch too including Brave, Mary Pop, Peter Pan, Alice, Dalmations, Pooh

Lion King and Tarzan over in that Africa Outpost

Aladdin and Maybe Jungle Book in Morocco

Of course Frozen
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Interesting. Never heard of "coco." Even after reading your link I still have no idea what it is. So I'd probably not notice the difference. But I really enjoy the music all around Epcot (FW and WS).

Cheers.
I'd have to disagree with the earlier comment that Coco is one of Pixar's weaker outings. We're big fans in this household. You should check it out!
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Old 01-09-2020, 10:24 AM   #10
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I'd have to disagree with the earlier comment that Coco is one of Pixar's weaker outings. We're big fans in this household. You should check it out!

We are big fans of the movie as well. I think the movie is under appreciated by Disney fans. Ranks up there with UP in our family.
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