I appreciate it even more the second time around.
The enchantment Encanto has just...never fades.
Top 3 banger songs:
1. "Dos Oruguitas"
2. "Surface Pressure"
3. "We Don't Talk About Bruno"
(previous review here)
It creates a room to emphatize with the nomadic life as it lets you experience it, instructing you to lend your ears and eyes with what it has to tell. In all fairness, the film looks amazing—well paced, well photographed, and well acted out—but, to me, it just doesn't feel great as it should have been. I can't seem to form a firm connection with the characters considering the fact that the lead was played by a professional, multi-awarded actor…
i'm crying. that moment when the trio were asked to write an essay about their character: Emma wrote about 12 pages, Dan wrote about half an A4 paper, then there's Rupert with nothing because he believed Ron wouldn't actually do it either.
what a great time to be kids.
The way this is quote-unquote "uncannily gorgeous" coupled with quirky humor and decent theme is a serve of a delightful treat.
That's pure artistry for you right there.
"Foxes traditionally like to court danger, hunt prey, and outsmart predators. That's what I'm good at. At the end of the day, I'm just... we're wild animals."