After its massive upset of Germany in its first game, Mexico feels pretty good about its chances. And without the United States in the hunt, it’s officially North America’s team.
The country’s also been the locale for some pretty great films, including a couple I’ve mentioned here before (Nacho Libre, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre). But one of the most delightful Mexican-centric gem is one of the newest: 2017’s Coco. While the PG film has some spiritual issues to navigate, it’s really all about family and music, and it illustrates Mexico’s vibrant culture in a beautiful, kid-friendly way. And you can stream it on Netflix for free.