FREE Houston screening passes for Disney Pixar’s movie COCO!

Disney Pixar Coco movie poster
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Hey Houston friends! I’m so excited to share this with you! Not only is next week when we celebrate Thanksgiving, but it is also the release of the new Disney Pixar movie “Coco”! And I’m excited to share movie passes to the Houston screening, sponsored by Allied Integrated Marketing.

Disney Pixar Coco movie poster

I have 10 movie tickets (admit 2) to the Houston screening for my blog readers! Post in the comments below for your opportunity to come and enjoy the movie before it comes out. First 10 comments get the passes.

Here are more details:


Tuesday, November 21 @ 7:30 PM

AMC Gulf Pointe 30

11801 S. Sam Houston Pkwy. E.

Houston, TX 77089

Please plan to arrive at around 5pm. The passes are for 2 people each and first come, first serve. Let me know in the comments if you have any questions.

Our family loves having Disney movies to kick off the holidays! And just in case you’re wondering about the movie’s “Day of the Dead” theme, this movie review from Common Sense Media may help. As a Christian mom, I like to check movies out before taking the kids to make sure it’s something we are ok with as a family.

On a cultural level, as a puertorrican, I did not grow up celebrating “El Dia de los Muertos”. But I definitely want to teach my kids to learn about other cultures and respect what others believe, even if it’s not exactly what we do. Hopefully, this movie leads to a celebration of culture and family in a beautiful way!

Laughing (and singing) thru life,


14 thoughts on “FREE Houston screening passes for Disney Pixar’s movie COCO!

  1. Hi Coppelia! I’ve been waiting for this movie for months!! Love listening to you on NGEN btw! God bless you!

  2. I have been looking forward to see this movie! The trailer looks cute. We didn’t do día de los muertos in Dominican culture either but it’s a big thing in Houston so doesn’t hurt to learn a little. 😘

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