How film critics rate Disney’s new movie

Disney’s “Encanto” is centered on Madrigals, an extraordinary family hidden in the Columbia Mountains, they have unique gifts.


Walt Disney Animation Studios Since 1937, it has been providing fascinating animated feature films to the public. Critics say that its 60th feature film “Encanto” is one of the best.

The film will be released before Thanksgiving. The center of the film is the Madrigals family, who live in a place called Encanto in the Columbia Mountains.

After Abuela Alma was forced to flee home with her triplets, the family came to Encanto. She was given a miracle, which provided her with a magical house and blessed every child in the family with a unique gift-except Mirabel.

However, when the magic surrounding Encanto was in danger, causing the foundation of the house to rupture and the power of Madrigals disappeared, Mirabell was the one who stood up and tried to stop it.

The film was highly praised by critics for its animation style, diversity and “fascinating” songs. Currently, it has a “fresh” rating of 93% out of 82 reviews on Rotten Tomatoes.

“Disney’s 60th animated feature film is the best among them,” Scott Mendelson said when he commented on the film for Forbes.

He wrote: “Even with some cold undertones and periodic pessimistic theme elements, it is still an overall pleasant and colorful fantasy, which will once again make us realize that we take it for granted in modern animation. What a visual miracle.”

Here is what some critics thought of Disney’s “Encanto” before the premiere on Wednesday:

Maya Phillips, The New York Times

Stephanie Beatriz voiced Mirabel Madrigal in Disney’s “Encanto”.


Caroline Siede, AV club

Irving Grieberman, Variety Show

Ravi-Cabot Conyers voiced Antonio Madrigal, who was able to talk to animals in Disney’s “Encanto”.


Scott Mendelson, Forbes


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