“Encanto” follows Mirabel, a “girl with no obvious gifts”, who tries her best to fit into a family that is so extravagant that her decision to make Abuela Alma (Maria Cecilia Botero) only renders her dismay at every turn. does. For Mirabelle, it’s hard to stand out when her mom, Juliet (Angie Cepeda), can heal wounds with her cooking—specifically, her arepas con queso, her sister Luisa (Jessica Darrow) with ease.
|Director:||Byron Howard & Jared Bush|
|Release Date:||24 November 2021|
Can lift the heaviest objects, and her sister Isabella (Diane Guerrero) can grow the most beautiful flowers without a second thought. Mirabelle notices that cracks are beginning to appear in the family casita, but no one believes her and eases her concerns as her quirky eccentric uncle Bruno (John Leguizamo) would say. It’s up to Mirabel to figure out what’s going on to save both her family and her home.
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Finding something the whole family can see during the holidays is a perennial challenge. It’s as much part of the tradition as the turkey on Thanksgiving and the Christmas carols on the radio soon after. This holiday season, Disney is serving up a warm, idyllic family-friendly film called “Encanto,” a Colombian magical realist tale of a family who receive special powers after surviving a tragedy.
Now, a few generations later, they live together in a magical house and each member develops their own talents, such as the ability to control the weather, transform shapes into other people, and talk to animals. His casita (home) responds to the requests of the family and responds to their mood. Each bedroom is magically tailored to the relative and their magical gift. Everyone except one, Mirabelle (Stephanie Beatriz).
Directors Jared Bush and Byron Howard (“Zootopia”) and co-director Charis Castro Smith (“Rae and the Last Dragon”), who bear more than a passing resemblance to the film’s main character, wrote a story about misfits. And made a kind of heartfelt film. to do the right thing. Most notably, there are no villains in this Disney movie, just an obscure “unknown” threatening the family and their home.
The conflict is at least the best, which allows Mirabelle to spend more time discovering what she can do despite her lack of powers, but it does make the film feel a little sinister. To make up for the lost action, the film shines in its animation and design, actually making use of new world doors and home with musical sequences that allow for a bit more abstract artistic freedom.
Speaking of those music scenes, I think it’s time for Lin-Manuel Miranda to take a break. After hitting it out of the park with “In the Heights,” “Hamilton” and “Moana,” his 2021 offering has been a little underwhelming. For this review, I finally watched the movie “Vivo”, in which he voiced the title character and took over the songwriting duties as well. Those numbers seemed weak and forgettable.
n one song, he sang “Drum” along with “Drum”. In “Encanto”, the prospects are slightly better, with more songs being better than others, but there is still a feeling that these musical numbers are leftovers from other projects. They sound like his work, but don’t offer anything new or exciting to get stuck in our minds. Isabella and Luisa’s disposable pop song “What Else Can I Do?” And “surface pressure” is slyly repetitive.
“The Family Madrigal” is a less effective version of the opening song of “In the Heights”. Only Carlos Vives’ rendition of Miranda’s song “Columbia, Mi Encanto” sounds like a memorable stand-out.
Unflattering songs are an unfortunate thing to have to influence animated music like “Encanto.” Thankfully, there are other elements to enjoy like the film’s loud voice cast that includes Carolina Gaten, Renji Feliz, Ravi Cabot-Connier, Wilmer Valderrama, Mauro Castillo and Latin music stars Maluma and Adasa to name a few. It’s also impressive to see an animated Disney film, ultimately featuring different skin tones and hair textures in the same family, while featuring ponchos, flowing embroidered skirts, colorful dresses and guayaberas as part of a character’s description.
Like Colombian fashion has also been included. Beatriz is brilliant as Mirabelle, her voice oozing both pain and love throughout the film, yet never losing the sense of goofy playfulness that makes her character so appealing. Abuela’s singing voice comes from solo Olga Meredez, another “In the Heights” alum.
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Just as Pixar’s “Coco” paid homage to Mexican culture, “Encanto” owes its Colombian roots to its use of flowers and animals, to crafting songs specific to the regions, including the music of their respective countries. Palette is included.
In both stories, the matriarch Abuelas also undergoes (if not more) an emotional journey than the young protagonist in the film. It’s an interesting development to see both Pixar and Disney Animation in the world tour phase of their storytelling, but I hope they avoid repeating each other in thematic and narrative elements.