I also think Coco is pretty winning, though I do think Pixar is now at a point where their films don't necessarily feel like the Events that they did in that great run a decade ago. I think part of this just has to do with their increasing reliance on sequels -- Cars 3 honestly felt like a direct-to-video feature -- but I also think we've gotten so used to the elements of the Pixar story formula, that even some of the stronger recent entries (like Coco) can feel a little hemmed in by template. (Which is to say, I was a little bit ahead of the story before the big reveal, simply because it felt like we were arriving at "insert twist here" time.)
Still, it's such a lively, spirited thing -- I saw it twice in two days and was just as engaged the second time -- one has to salute its triumphs, among them the genuinely dazzling visual design, as well as the detailed portrait of Mexican culture and folklore, both of which give the film a real feeling of freshness and authenticity. And the ending, of course, is obviously moving -- as with the finale of Toy Story 3, I knew exactly what was about to happen in the climax, and no amount of resistance was able to prevent me from sobbing through it.
As I said in the other thread, I assume this takes the Oscar for Animated Feature in a walk. And "Remember Me" is presumably an Original Song nominee -- it's a fairly simple song, but it's performed so many times throughout the movie, it's easy to leave the theater humming it, and its function in the film's most emotional scene makes it doubly memorable.