Rated PG. AMC Boston Common, Regal Fenway and AMC South Bay are all rated PG.
Computer-generated animated music film “Encanto”, clearly attempts to bring “Frozen” into a warmer climate. It tells the story Mirabel Madrigal (Stephanie Beatrice “in Highland”), who is the father of Mirabal. Mirabel is a Colombian girl and the only one without magical abilities.
Antonio, her cousin, can talk to animals. Louisa, her eldest sister (Jessica Darrow), has the power to control a hundred men. Isabella, her other sister (Diana Guerrero), can control and create plants and flowers. Mirabell’s aunt Pepa (Carolina Gaitan), is grumpy and can control weather conditions. She often wears dark clouds on her forehead.
Mirabell is unable to do more than sing and dance, and she has to make a fuss about her grandmother Abuela Alma (Maria Cecilia Botero).
The family has always been dedicated to the welfare and well-being the mountainous communities. They call their house La Casita. It is quite charming. This floor makes it easy to move between places. There are also automatics, windows, doors and windows that can be spiritually operated. light. Once the children of the family turn 18, they will take part in a ceremony to discover what magic power they have. Mirabell, still upset by her failed ceremony, tried to calm Antonio as she was about to finish the ceremony.
Mirabell’s uncle Theo Bruno, John Regizamo) is able to see the future. However, Mirabell has been missing for a very long time and his room seems out of bounds. Mirabell must take a risky journey to save her family when their home crumbled and the magic began to fade. “Encanto” looks more like a sequel than a Disney movie.
Lin-Manuel Miranda has almost all the songs in “How Great You Are”, despite Disney’s dominance of this market. I know children need constant reinforcement. However, I find that the repetitive and arrogant statements of “you are great”, “I am great”, or “we are all great” are tiresome and a bit too arrogant.
Mirabel is not only a heroine, but she also has no magic powers. She is also wearing glasses. However, the children who play the role of the Greek chorus have nothing to do. Isabella, the narcissistic Isabella can control flowers and plants, just like Elsa in “Frozen”, but she can’t control ice or snow. She is angry about Mirabell and eventually agrees with her. A boyfriend’s marriage proposal is no big deal. Later, Isabella will gain the weight that she didn’t earn through the plot. Disney wants to recreate the magic of “Frozen.” Let go, guys.
(“Charm” contains rude humor.)