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Encanto Movie Review: Best Disney Animated Film Opens with Box Office $7.5 Million

Disney’s Encanto released on Thursday 24 November on Thanksgiving Day gives one of the best Disney animated films with box office numbers as $7.5 Million.

Encanto Movie Review: Best Disney Animated Film Opens with Box Office $7.5 Million

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  27 Nov 2021 11:59 AM GMT

Encanto which is the 60th film of Disney Animation is one of the best after Disney's animated frozen. The Disney animation Encanto is an American musical comedy fantasy released on Thursday 24 November on Thanksgiving Day.

The film is directed by Jared Bush along with Byron Howard, produced by Clark Spencer under Walt Disney Animation Studios and written by Lin-Manuel Miranda. After its release, the film is receiving good reviews from critics in every sector whether it is the representation of the film, its songs, or voice acting.

Disney's Encanto delivers magical realism showing the Madrigal family which is different and unique living in between mountains far away from civilization. The family seems to welcome everyone and lives hidden in the hills of Colombia in a beautiful place called the Encanto. Disney's Encanto shows a daring and romantic adventure with appealing visual scenes.

The children in the Madrigal family are blessed with the magic of Encanto except one child named Mirable, a 15 years old girl but she's one who becomes the last hope for Madrigals when the magic in Encanto faces danger. This brings emotional depth to the story of the magical house that consists of Abuela Alma, her husband Pedro and their three children Pepa, Bruno and Julieta.

Alma once found a magic candle that established the family members with enchanting powers as all of them get blessed with the gift of magic. Mirable is the grandchild of Alma who notices the danger coming across the family and tries all possible ways to stop the approaching danger.

The musical of the film are voiced by María Cecilia Botero, Wilmer Valderrama, Jessica Darrow, Diane Guerrero, Angie Cepeda, John Leguizamo, and Stephanie Beatriz.

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