“Coco” in 4DX Taps in to the Essence of Animation Syncing the Films Soundtrack to Motion
4DX’ Signature "Rhythmical motion" gives the impression of seeing the musical performances with all the senses.
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January 12, 2018 - The cold days of winter have driven fans to the theatre and Disney Pixar's latest film, “Coco” is there to warm them up. Combining the "rhythmical motion" of 4DX with “Coco” gives the impression of seeing the musical performances with all the senses. "Coco” in 4DX is the perfect way for a family looking to take a quick escape for the frigid winter.
Disney and Pixar's masterpiece, “Coco” is a wonderful adventure to the underworld directed by Michael Giacchino who has already swept up Academy, Golden Globe, and Grammy Awards for “Up”. The original soundtrack for “Coco” by composers Robert Lopez & Christine Anderson-Lopez flows throughout the movie. “Coco” is a quintessential Disney and Pixar animated movie that features music. To be specific, 4DX will sync with variety of musical instruments, as well as various sounds in the film through the melody of vibrations. Whenever skeletons walk, 4DX will also add a "dumb-bang" sound to the 4DX motion. “Coco” in 4DX not only offers excitement with music, but also stimulates the senses by producing the sweet fragrance of flowers and fruits found at the festival of the dead.
“Coco” is a Disney Pixar film about the adventure that happens when a boy, Miguel, dreams of becoming a musician and along the way is forced into the world of the dead and needs to escape. 4DX is a next-generation movie watching and is located at 475 theatres in 57 countries around the world. “Coco” in 4DX takes some of the world's most beautiful visuals and rhythmical music that has ever been seen and combines them with the many amazing effects of 4DX.