There's a little magic in all of us ...almost all of us.
The tale of an extraordinary family, the Madrigals, who live hidden in the mountains of Colombia, in a magical house, in a vibrant town, in a wondrous, charmed place called an Encanto. The magic of the Encanto has blessed every child in the family—every child except one, Mirabel. But when she discovers that the magic surrounding the Encanto is in danger, Mirabel decides that she, the only ordinary Madrigal, might just be her exceptional family's last hope.
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Movie ID : 568124
Movie Language : en
Original Title: Encanto
Popularity : 292.298
Release : 2021-10-13
Movie Title : Encanto
Rate : 7.7
Vote Count : 8053
Genre IDs : 16,35,10751,14
Genres : Animation, Comedy, Family, Fantasy
Tagline : There's a little magic in all of us ...almost all of us.
Revenue : 253000000
Runtime : 102
Status : Released
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Movie Production Studio
Company Name : Walt Disney Animation Studios
Budget : 50000000
HomePage : https://movies.disney.com/encanto
IMDB ID : tt2953050
Country Code : US
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Spoken Language : English
Company ID : 6125
Company Logo : [COMPANYLOGO]
Company Country : US
Casts and Crews
- Stephanie Beatriz ( Stephanie Beatriz ) Acting as Mirabel Madrigal (voice)
- María Cecilia Botero ( María Cecilia Botero ) Acting as Abuela Alma Madrigal (voice)
- John Leguizamo ( John Leguizamo ) Acting as Bruno Madrigal (voice)
- Mauro Castillo ( Mauro Castillo ) Acting as Félix Madrigal (voice)
- Jessica Darrow ( Jessica Darrow ) Acting as Luisa Madrigal (voice)
- Angie Cepeda ( Angie Cepeda ) Acting as Julieta Madrigal (voice)
- Carolina Gaitán ( Carolina Gaitán ) Acting as Pepa Madrigal (voice)
- Diane Guerrero ( Diane Guerrero ) Acting as Isabela Madrigal (voice)
- Wilmer Valderrama ( Wilmer Valderrama ) Acting as Agustín Madrigal (voice)
- Rhenzy Feliz ( Rhenzy Feliz ) Acting as Camilo Madrigal (voice)
- Ravi Cabot-Conyers ( Ravi Cabot-Conyers ) Acting as Antonio Madrigal (voice)
- Adassa ( Adassa ) Acting as Dolores Madrigal (voice)
- Maluma ( Maluma ) Acting as Mariano (voice)
- Rose Portillo ( Rose Portillo ) Acting as Señora Guzmán (voice)
- Juan Castano ( Juan Castano ) Acting as Osvaldo (voice)
- Sarah-Nicole Robles ( Sarah-Nicole Robles ) Acting as Señora Ozma (voice)
- Hector Elias ( Hector Elias ) Acting as Old Arturo (voice)
- Alan Tudyk ( Alan Tudyk ) Acting as Toucan (voice)
- Olga Merediz ( Olga Merediz ) Acting as Abuela Alma Madrigal (singing voice)
- Shannon Mills ( Shannon Mills ) Sound, Job: Supervising Sound Editor From Department of Sound
- Clark Spencer ( Clark Spencer ) Production, Job: Producer From Department of Production
- Byron Howard ( Byron Howard ) Acting, Job: Director From Department of Directing
- Byron Howard ( Byron Howard ) Acting, Job: Story From Department of Writing
- David E. Fluhr ( David E. Fluhr ) Sound, Job: Sound Re-Recording Mixer From Department of Sound
- Jamie Sparer Roberts ( Jamie Sparer Roberts ) Production, Job: Casting From Department of Production
- Germaine Franco ( Germaine Franco ) Sound, Job: Original Music Composer From Department of Sound
- Jennifer Lee ( Jennifer Lee ) Writing, Job: Executive Producer From Department of Production
- Lin-Manuel Miranda ( Lin-Manuel Miranda ) Acting, Job: Songs From Department of Sound
- Lin-Manuel Miranda ( Lin-Manuel Miranda ) Acting, Job: Story From Department of Writing
- Justin Doyle ( Justin Doyle ) Sound, Job: Sound Effects Editor From Department of Sound
- Nancy Kruse ( Nancy Kruse ) Directing, Job: Story From Department of Writing
- Nancy Kruse ( Nancy Kruse ) Directing, Job: Head of Story From Department of Writing
- Jared Bush ( Jared Bush ) Writing, Job: Screenplay From Department of Writing
- Jared Bush ( Jared Bush ) Writing, Job: Director From Department of Directing
- Jared Bush ( Jared Bush ) Writing, Job: Story From Department of Writing
- Gabriel Guy ( Gabriel Guy ) Sound, Job: Sound Re-Recording Mixer From Department of Sound
- Nia Hansen ( Nia Hansen ) Sound, Job: Sound Designer From Department of Sound
- Jason Hand ( Jason Hand ) Directing, Job: Story From Department of Writing
- Jason Hand ( Jason Hand ) Directing, Job: Head of Story From Department of Writing
- Samson Neslund ( Samson Neslund ) Sound, Job: Sound Effects Editor From Department of Sound
- Charise Castro Smith ( Charise Castro Smith ) Writing, Job: Screenplay From Department of Writing
- Charise Castro Smith ( Charise Castro Smith ) Writing, Job: Story From Department of Writing
- Charise Castro Smith ( Charise Castro Smith ) Writing, Job: Co-Director From Department of Directing
- Rebecca Perez ( Rebecca Perez ) Visual Effects, Job: Animation From Department of Visual Effects
- Nathan Curtis ( Nathan Curtis ) Lighting, Job: Associate Producer From Department of Production
- Tony Bonilla ( Tony Bonilla ) Visual Effects, Job: Animation From Department of Visual Effects
- Yvett Merino Flores ( Yvett Merino Flores ) Production, Job: Producer From Department of Production
- Mehrdad Isvandi ( Mehrdad Isvandi ) Visual Effects, Job: Art Direction From Department of Art
- ( garethmb ) give rating In a magical area of Columbia surrounded by mountains; exists a magical town watched over by the Madrigal family. The family lives in a magical home that is the center point for the community and is loved by the community.
- John Critic ( kdumers ) give rating Disney’s marvelous computer animated feature since Coco!!!
- ( r96sk ) give rating 8 A strong new entry into the Walt Disney Animation Studios canon.
- SpotaMovie.com ( bastag ) give rating 8 Full Analysis at Spotamovie.com - Intro - Encanto is a movie for those looking for purpose and those families seeking the secret for true happiness. We know it! Discover it with us. Encanto won 16 awards and collected 89 nominations in total. In addition, it is worth mentioning that Encanto won “Best Motion Picture Animated” at the 2022 “Golden Globes” and received two nominees for “Original Score in Motion Picture” and “Best Original Song in Motion Picture. At the 2022 “Academy Awards,” Encanto will compete to win three Oscars. - Story - It’s the tale of a magical Colombian family where each member received a unique gift to be used to help and support their community, from strength to the power of healing people. But, unfortunately, just one girl didn’t receive her gift from the Encanto, Mirabel.So, why she didn’t get her superpower? Can this be dangerous for her family? And what are the ingredients to build a perfect family? - All the answers at https://www.spotamovie.com/encanto-movie-review-and-explanation-2021-movie/
- ( Priya97 ) give rating Nice!!!
In the new Disney film “Encanto”; audiences are told the story of how the family patriarch founded the community with a magical candle and how upon reaching a certain age; all members of her family receive a “gift” from the magical house which gives them an ability to help the community. From being able to heal with cooking to talking to the animals and super strength; the family Madrigal is the beloved pillar of the community.
To every rule there is an exception and young Mirabel (Stephanie Beatriz); is the only member of her family not to receive a gift of powers. As such she is seen as a pariah from the family and believes she is more tolerated than loved especially compared to her siblings who are endowed with amazing abilities.
Things change when a new member of the family goes through the gifting ceremony; the first one since Mirabel was denied, and receives an amazing gift and basks in the love of the town and family. Mirabel has a vision of the house cracking and falling into ruin. She tries to warn her family but they see the house in its usual pristine condition and blame Mirabel for being jealous for not having a gift and wanting to take attention away from those who do.
Mirabel believes in what she saw and learns that members of her family may know more than they admit and that they hold the key to saving the day. This leads to a quest to find the absent Uncle Bruno (John Leguizamo); who has been absent as many believe his gift of prophecy only leads to bad things coming to fruition and has gone into hiding as a result.
Mirabel is soon forced to look deep inside herself and find her strength to overcome her own insecurities and save her family and community.
The film has great animation and is awash in color as it brings the magical community to life. The music is lively and is what you would expect from Lin- Manuel Miranda as it brings joy and energy to the film that is in keeping with the Disney tradition of amazing music in their animated films.
The biggest issue that I had with the film is that while fun and entertaining; the story never took the next step forward and at times dragged. This is not to say that “Encanto” is a bad film as it is lively, colorful, and fun; however it does not reach the heights of Disney classics like “Frozen” “Moana” and other classics. Think of it this way; “Lilo & Stitch” is a fine animated film but few would hold it in the same regard as “The Lion King”, “Beauty and the Beast”, and “The Little Mermaid”.
In the end “Encanto” offers a fun experience for the family and fans to enjoy and shows how even when they do not hit the top of the mountain; Disney is still the Gold Standard in animation.
4 stars out of 5
'Encanto' is an enjoyable and meaningful 102 minutes. The animation, as you expect from Disney, is superb and the world really comes alive beautifully and vibrantly. I like the character designs and their story, with each one having something unique about them which is neat.
I had heard that some of the music from this 2021 flick has entered the charts here in the United Kingdom, though I purposely avoided listening to it as I wanted to keep it fresh for when I watched the film. Now I've done just that, I found the music to be very good - aside from "Surface Pressure" (no. 3 in UK), I don't think I'll be listening to any of it on my own time but - more importantly - it's impressively effective for the movie itself. "We Don't Talk About Bruno" might grow on me, mind.
The cast are fun. Stephanie Beatriz leads comfortably as Mirabel, while John Leguizamo is a great choice to play Bruno. The rest of the cast, though nothing extraordinary in my opinion, are all entertaining enough in their respective roles - namely María Cecilia Botero and Jessica Darrow.
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