“Wonder, ” based on a story by R. J. Palacio, is about a boy with a a facial disorder whose parents (Owen Wilson, Julia Roberts) decide, after years of homeschooling, to enroll him in a mainstream school. Everybody is just going to have to learn to cope. At the end of the day, “this little movie isn’t really about a kid with a facial disorder, but about whatever you and I choose to see in it” Village Voice”. “Coco” by Pixar animation is about a young boy who dreams of becoming a musician despite his family’s disapproval. When Miguel is magically transported to the stunning and colorful Land of the Dead, he meets charming trickster who joins him in a journey. “This is a smart and enduring piece of storytelling’ (Globe and Mail).
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