Moviegoers get emotional about Encanto, Disney’s newest musical


Disney’s Encanto premieres today and love is pouring in from all over the world for the musical animated comedy.

Encanto means “seduction” in Spanish and the film tells the story of the magical Madrigal family, all of which have some kind of power except for one exception. Stephanie Beatriz (Brooklyn Nine-Nine) plays their normal daughter, Mirabel.

Lin-Manuel Miranda (Hamilton) composed the original songs for Disney’s 60th animated feature film.

Beatriz said NBC News that Mirabel’s play brought back memories of growing up in her extended family.

“When I think about my childhood, there were a lot of people talking at the same time, animatedly, talking to each other — yes, like, 10 conversations going on in one room and as a kid, you just Try to keep track of what’s going on. “Beatriz, whose parents are Colombian and Bolivian, said. “It was huge and super rhythmic. I think the taste of that, the feeling of that, is really captured in the music of the piece.” this cartoon, which I think is very special.”

Miranda also said that the experience of making the film reminded him of his own family.

“It’s the most matriarchal family,” he said of his father’s family in Puerto Rico. “Everybody still lives in the house, and everyone brings checks to Abuela, and she reallocates the money as she sees fit.”

Melissa Fumero, Beatriz’ Brooklyn Nine-Nine co-stars, saying the film was “pure magic.”

One fan who found the movie relevant tweeted: “There are no words to describe the joy and pride.”

The film’s fresh Rotten Tomato score is quite impressive.

One viewer called it “another winner.”

Honestly this is just sane. Where’s dad?

We’re starting to see a pattern here.

The movie is doing well on all fronts and even beats over hyped movies Gucci house at the box office.

Encanto is currently in theaters with a Disney Plus premiere to be announced. Have you seen the movie yet? Does it live up to the hype? Let us know below! Moviegoers get emotional about Encanto, Disney’s newest musical

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