I think the "technical specs" link for Coco is broken.

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WHen you click on Technical Specs nothing happens, and the animation related to the movie is excuciatingly annoying when you're trying to browse to find information.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2380307/technical?ref_=tt_dt_spec
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Hi Esteban -

The link appears to be working fine for me.  Can you refresh your browser and try accessing the page again? 
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Esteban Burke

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Hi Michelle,
I have tried a fresh browser (Firefox first, then IE) and still get the same, a big blue window with no information. If you take a look at the Tech Specs for Cars 3 (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3606752/technical?ref_=tt_ql_dt_6), ignoring for now how much tidier and less buggy it is and how much quicker it loads (and I'm on gigabit internet connection), I'm trying to find out what the Cinematographic Process and Printed Film Format sections say. They are hidden in the preview window which has the "see full details" link on it and it disappears altogether when you hit "See full details" - I can see the audio mixes in the preview and the aspect ratio, but when I try to expand to the link I posted originally, everything disappears (even the first line which is the audio properties)

This is what I see - https://s10.postimg.org/96vzq1pll/Coco.png

Thanks for helping so quickly!
~Esteban
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With ad blocker ON, here is what I see (the left & upper 2/3rds of the screen):
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Great thank you! Looks like they haven't updated with the Digital Intermediate resolution yet, Cars 3 was released on Ultra HD Blu-ray but was an upscale from a 2k DI so I was wondering if Coco might be the first Pixar production to have a full 4K DI. Guess I'll check back closer to the physical media release.

Ad blocker ON, never thought to check that! Thanks. =D

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