Diane Guerrero, Stephanie Beatriz - What Else Can I Do? (From "Encanto")

  • Published on Jan 12, 2022
  • Walt Disney Animation Studios’ “Encanto” tells 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 with a unique gift from super strength to the power to heal-every child except one, Mirabel (voice of Stephanie Beatriz). 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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  •  ShortHax
     ShortHax 6 days ago +34780

    This scene deserves an Oscar, a Grammy, and a restraining order

  • BimDaTitanicNerd
    BimDaTitanicNerd Day ago +3812

    Mirabel's power is definitely to make people sing about their problems.

    • Evalie Peterson
      Evalie Peterson 8 hours ago


    • Janice Watson
      Janice Watson 10 hours ago

      That was amazing talent👍😁

    • Miles Prower
      Miles Prower 11 hours ago

      @ramonjun aclan yes i watched but i forgot this scene

    • Miles Prower
      Miles Prower 11 hours ago

      @N R forgot about that scene lol

    • Claire4JJ
      Claire4JJ 11 hours ago

      Or to her the heartsongs of the person. How also get Zoey's extraordinary Playlist vibes?

  • Shady Doorags
    Shady Doorags 17 hours ago +474

    "He told me that the life of my dreams would be promised and someday be mine"
    "He told me that my power would grow like the grapes that thrive on the vine."

    • The bronze Avengers
      The bronze Avengers 8 hours ago

      @lyzamar5305 Nope, you can see it in her mouth shape

    • lyzamar5305
      lyzamar5305 8 hours ago

      @The bronze Avengers wasnt that dolores?

    • Lucas Bastos
      Lucas Bastos 12 hours ago +1

      @The bronze Avengers I literally just noticed that the last time I heard the song! I was soooo shocked! I watched the movie twice and head that song a billion times, but just now I noticed! This whole movie is riddled with the most amazing foreshadowings!

    • The bronze Avengers
      The bronze Avengers 13 hours ago +11

      She actually sings "I'm fine" in a very not fine way after singing that in we donn't talk about bruno

    • Dianne Moor
      Dianne Moor 14 hours ago +17

      And "You just seem like your life's been a dream, since the moment you opened your eyes" "All I know are the blossoms you grow..."

  • VELutke
    VELutke Day ago +758

    Can we appreciate for a moment just how insanely powerful Isabela is?
    This is a woman who can make flowers and later plants and trees grow anywhere (and who is hinted to have extensive knowledge of botany). Which means she can turn barren land fertile. End famines. Change or save entire ecosystems. She is essentially a nature goddess. Yet Alma looks at her and is like "Nah, you're a pretty girl who should make pretty things. Go decorate the town and be pretty". No wonder Isabela feels angry, miserable and trapped.

    • lyzamar5305
      lyzamar5305 8 hours ago

      isabela and pepa’s gift combo could definitely fertilize lands and change lives, but instead they’re both shunned and can’t reach their full potential :/

    • TheCrow_4
      TheCrow_4 10 hours ago +1

      @Trieste08 yeah exactly. Dolores's brothers can do what she does and in a lot of situation, better. She just hear well. And her mother is just a mess, she just suffer from her gift. Thats a huge drawback. Same for Bruno, he doesnt seems to enjoy his gift.

    • Trieste08
      Trieste08 10 hours ago +6

      Dolores is the ultimate spy. No information is safe from her hearing, and if they use written materials instead, Camillo can become ANYONE he wants.

      Plus Antonio can just have a random bird/rat tell him whatever it saw.

      No one in the Madrigal family is weak. Some are just more subtle than others.

    • TheCrow_4
      TheCrow_4 10 hours ago +1

      @Trieste08 And dolores just hear stuff. Seriously one side of the family got some favoritism

    • Trieste08
      Trieste08 10 hours ago +5

      Meanwhile, Luisa can lift things up WITHOUT BREAKING THEM.
      Julietta can heal by cooking, so why not make huge batches of food?
      Pepa can control the weather, enough said.

      So many possibilities, so much potential.

  • Meredith Pancake
    Meredith Pancake 2 days ago +1766

    I love that when they first hug Mirabel snuggles into her shoulder. She's not even thinking about the prophecy or the miracle at that moment- she's just enjoying the hug from her big sister

  • sunday
    sunday 6 days ago +20429

    I personally love this song, it sounds really nice and it shows how Isabela changes and in my opinion it expresses a lot of emotions. Thank you Disney I really enjoy and appreciate a film like this.

  • TigerKirby215
    TigerKirby215 2 days ago +2643

    "It doesn't need to be perfect; it just needed to be."
    I think everyone needs to hear this once in their life.

    • SoftMoxyMuffin 23
      SoftMoxyMuffin 23 15 hours ago

      Mirand's Sondheim is showing haha

    • jormaine atasha quindo
      jormaine atasha quindo 16 hours ago

      wow good

    • Guido Mista
      Guido Mista 18 hours ago

      Some things you have to at least try to be perfect in thought

    • uh
      uh 19 hours ago +2

      @Miles Fairchild every person with a brain, you must have horrible parents if you honestly think you're perfect

    • Miles Fairchild
      Miles Fairchild 21 hour ago

      @sunflowerdogs And where'd you learn that from?

  • FishInDaBucket
    FishInDaBucket 2 days ago +230

    Isabela has actually a very strong mentality. And they showed that throughout the show. The way she remains calm and perfect infront of abuella and everyone says a lot

  • Aquarius Crystalwave
    Aquarius Crystalwave 2 days ago +801

    I love that throughout the song mirabel desperately tries to get isabela to hug her at almost every second to fulfill the prophecy, but the movie shows you cannot hurry fate and the pace of life and that all things will happen when they are meant to and in flow

    i love that the embrace comes at the end when both are in the moment and let go and genuinely flow with who they authentically are, with no ulterior motives but just truly bonding and being in the present moment, and then and only then, does the prophecy of the embrace get fulfilled

    really reminds us to just let life flow and trust in it, no matter how bleak or desperate things may seem in our heads, understanding that peace comes from within our own minds in how we perceive the things that happen externally and to not try and push or need things but instead have faith that whatever is meant for us will eventually come to us when they are meant to and what isnt will exit or never be

    It's been a tough few years for everyone, but hope everyone has been hanging in there, you got this - be proud of yourself, you are loved and you are exactly where you need to be right now and everything will flow how it needs to 💚💙❤️

    • Linzey Koch
      Linzey Koch 20 hours ago +1

      I also like that, in the end, it's Isa that pulls Mirabel in for the hug. Mirabel was the one who wanted to hug for the fate of the magic, Isa had no idea that was something that needed to happen, she was just so happy and in the moment.

    • SteleexLS
      SteleexLS 21 hour ago +1

      my ex-boyfriend and I are taking some time before deciding if we will go back together or stay separated, we first want to solve some of our own problems, we are both taking therapy separately, sometimes I just want to go back with him right away but deep down I know I'm just not ready nor him, and your comment is just what I needed to hear omg.
      (sorry for my bad english btw lol)

    • Lucas Melgar
      Lucas Melgar Day ago +2

      really needed to hear this 😭

    • dennis Talingting
      dennis Talingting Day ago +4

      Wtf holly you almost maid me log out of youtube holly hell

  • Medo K
    Medo K Day ago +163

    I love how throughout the song Mirabel encourages Isabella to loosen up and have fun. 2:10 is especially my favorite because Isa accidently creates the power which ruins her dress. She's like "Oh no what did I do" but Mirabel nuges her to do it again so that she can have fun while singing this fantastic song.

    • void.
      void. Day ago +12


  • Gabriel Avila Jr.
    Gabriel Avila Jr. 6 days ago +7558

    No one's mentioning it but these scenes also demonstrated just how powerful Isabela is. She doesn't just control "flowers". It's all sorts of Colombian and non-Colombian plants in general. She swings on vines like Spider-Man, punches holes with their stems, summons giant venus fly-traps and who knows what else.

  • feitocomfruta
    feitocomfruta Day ago +376

    Interesting fact: every plant she sings about in the chorus is either a climbing plant like a strangling fig, or a tree like a Palma de cera. The whole time she’s been forced to grow flowers and small plants, like she herself cannot truly grow past what’s expected of her. But since she’s being allowed by Mirabel to be herself, you see the true heights (literally) of her gift.

    • tabi_karasu
      tabi_karasu 18 hours ago +23

      This fact is also interesting from the perspective of Bruno's prediction about her that her "power would grow like grapes that thrive on the vine". I don't know about winery grape cultivars but wild grapes grow in prolific vines that will often cover fences, the sides of buildings, and frequently other bushes and trees.

  • Zen Lee
    Zen Lee Day ago +93

    I hope Disney will continue to make this kind of film, like discussing actual problem in our society and also exploring other cultures all around the world.

    • mastersword12345
      mastersword12345 9 hours ago

      This movie is actually a combination of other Disney movies.

  • SkyMatron
    SkyMatron Day ago +293

    Mirabel's facial expressions during the first part while Isa's singing are pure gold. 00:13

    • Kristelle Kylle
      Kristelle Kylle 21 hour ago +2

      I kept on replaying that part for like million times already!😂😂😂

    • RAMBO_
      RAMBO_ Day ago +3

      And this 0:16

    • Miko Vercetti
      Miko Vercetti Day ago +4

      That's her face when Isabelle was going down on the swing on WDTAB 😅

    • S-L *
      S-L * Day ago +5

      I love that part too! Her sister was a cactus person all along and Mirabel just found out.

    • IM MoOocus
      IM MoOocus Day ago +24

      when she holds up the cactus, mirabel is like: "dafuq you talking about"

  • toijg avnnr
    toijg avnnr Day ago +33

    This is one of the most adventurous and emotional films Disney has ever made. I'm amased, great job Disney.

  • AshleyBunni
    AshleyBunni 6 days ago +10486

    I audibly gasped the first time I saw Isabela’s room, everything about her character and what she represents is so aesthetically pleasing 🧘🏾‍♀️

  • Blue
    Blue 2 days ago +128

    "This song never gets old. No matter how much I listen, I never get bored."

  • gumibear131313
    gumibear131313 Day ago +27

    I just love the detail of Mirabels trust of Isa. She starts off asking by asking if Isabela knows where shes going, and is nervous around her new plants, and clutching to Isa when they first start swinging around. Then as she starts to understand Isabela more, Mirabel begins to realize they're alike and that she can trust Isa, and starts swinging freely and even trusts her when they leap off the roof together. Just love those little details that improve the message

  • 秒倒王偉哥
    秒倒王偉哥 Day ago +33

    What this song wants to tell everyone is that you don’t really need to be who others want you to become, you only need to be yourself, and it’s ok if you are really sick of the situation, it’s ok to express how happy you are or how sad you are. Accept your own weakness, appreciate your own talent, you can find who you are.

  • Vino
    Vino Day ago +11

    I love this song, but let’s not forget that those aren’t just lights on the walls, but the flowers are literally changing color one-by-one creating the illusion of lights! They really played around with the unique design of Isabella’s room, and I loved it!

  • Dtoons
    Dtoons 6 days ago +12510

    This song is a lot like “Let it Go”: both songs about characters shedding away people’s expectations, and letting their true selves shine.

    • FloofDaDoof
      FloofDaDoof 19 hours ago

      @Slice Bread Bro. You act like you know me. How do you know I intend to ignore EVERY movies message. Keep in mind you said every. What you doing stalking me?

    • FloofDaDoof
      FloofDaDoof 19 hours ago

      @Slice Bread Bro. you need to understand everyone has different prefences. I didn't like the characters and their story, so I didn't like the movie. I didn't lime specific details they added in the movie because I don't like those. If you really can't understand I don't k ow what to say.

      Just know I don't like frozen for the story and characters that's it.

    • Slice Bread
      Slice Bread 21 hour ago +1

      @FloofDaDoof Elsa didnt neglected anna for no reason,see people like you just tend to ignore every movies message and compare it to another who is completely different.

      You cant just enjoy a movie with people like you.Seems everyone had a different taste

    • FloofDaDoof
      FloofDaDoof 21 hour ago

      @Slice Bread You're assuming I don't like frozen because it's popular? Maybe you should actually ask why I don't like it before you assume that.

      I personally hate frozen because the characters are terrible. To me, Elsa just neglected her sister for no reason. Sure you froze her by accident, at least act like you care bro that's just rude.
      Anna is too naive for my taste. Hans was the only character that was eh
      But he was dumb too.
      Kristoff is ok. Not too much development. I thought the paving of the relationship was trash as well.
      Olaf. I don't like stupid things. I don't like stupid characters. I don't like naive characters. I don't like airheads.
      Sven is cool.
      Other than that the story is mediocre.

      "Trend of hating frozen because it's popular"

    • Slice Bread
      Slice Bread 21 hour ago +1

      @Jaoi exactly theyre making it a trend to hate frozen because its popular

  • Sam Zheng
    Sam Zheng Day ago +20

    This movie is so pretty. The animations went above and beyond here.

  • Azizlovesbirds
    Azizlovesbirds 2 days ago +172

    Her power is not that she can control and make flowers, she can control and make plants

    • Shannen Dellera
      Shannen Dellera 15 hours ago

      She's practically a nature goddess

    • oh_ omo
      oh_ omo 18 hours ago +7

      this makes me realize how powerful isabela is. she can literally save deforestation, ecosystems, and so much more

    • Maraa
      Maraa 20 hours ago +3

      Nature for that matter

  • capable_ melancho
    capable_ melancho Day ago +16

    "im so sick of pretty, i want something true"

    i love this lyric, because it shows how isabella has been lying to herself to please her family, even to the point of marrying a man she didnt love. just by creating something new and out of the ordinary brought her a feeling of freedom

  • vanesitacomida
    vanesitacomida 2 days ago +227

    Its so crazy how Disney movies are supposed of be for little kids but for some reason the movies are enjoyed by all ages🤩

    • MelanieRoblox
      MelanieRoblox 20 hours ago +6

      They aren't meant for kids. Disney is fine with kids watching their films but they are also trying to get adults into it to.

    • Jeazreen De Guzman
      Jeazreen De Guzman Day ago +6

      Same my mom loves it

    • Novelie Gomolon
      Novelie Gomolon Day ago +4

      Yes! Thats true! My mom loves it too.

  • Bet0360
    Bet0360 6 days ago +5466

    It's so cool how Mirabel stops forcing it and starts understanding her sister in the midle of the song. So she pushes Isabela to grow higher, and finally gets a true hug.

  • Michael Davis Jr.
    Michael Davis Jr. 17 hours ago +6

    Isabela has coerced into the role of being the perfect child, as she is the first and oldest grandchild. Her gift is growing plants not flowers, but she has always grown flowers because it’s pretty and perfect, symbolizing her. When she finally lets loose she grow anything to her will. Isabela was legit going to marry a man she didn’t love for her family, which shows how much she is committed to her role as the perfect child.

  • Elizabeth
    Elizabeth Day ago +19

    I know it's not necessarily the target of the song but I can kinda relate to this as an artist and how freeing it is to let go of the pressure to make something perfect and just have fun in the moment, my art always turns out better with that mindset since it is a way to express myself and not just trying to make a pretty picture to impress people

  • Spyro Shurtagul
    Spyro Shurtagul 2 days ago +291

    As the oldest sibling, I first thought I connected with only Luisa (thinking at the time that she was the oldest). But after listening to the songs more and more, it's quite apparent that I feel a mixture of both. Dealing with the family pressures and having to be the strong one is where I connect with Luisa but then realizing that I too had to be the "perfect" example for the family like Isabela, holding in any semblance of emotions to myself in order to keep the drama from continuing.... Both songs are anthems for older siblings to be sure.

    • JossAle R
      JossAle R 18 hours ago +2

      As the oldest sibling, I totally agree

    • jjj7790
      jjj7790 21 hour ago +3

      Both Luisa and Isabella have the same story but their songs are at different points of their story. Luisa sings about being under the pressures of the family’s expectation of her, while Isabella’s song is about letting go of those expectations to be herself.

      So through songs with both of her older sisters, Mirabel learns what is wrong with the magic and how to fix it.

    • elli steele
      elli steele 23 hours ago +1

      Yes I can totally relate what you’re saying. Oldest of 4 and the age gaps are HUGE

  • Dusty Boggeman
    Dusty Boggeman Day ago +33

    No one’s talking about mirabel being the best cheerleader ever, especially during “go” and “grow”

  • Jae
    Jae 6 days ago +5923

    “A hurricane of Jacarandas, strangling figs, hanging vines. Palma de Cera fills the air as I climb and I push through” what a powerful verse 😭👏🏽

    • Kattie V.2
      Kattie V.2 2 days ago

      Random unnecessary relations to hispanic words. But I can't expect much from Disney. I know the movie is supposed to be hispanic but it's just the most last minute add-ons with hispanic words just to bring the fact that it's hispanic 🤦‍♂️. Not to mention one of the only good parts of this song is when Isabela says says what else can I do, mostly like 2010 lady gaga songs. More of a retro vocal. The songs all have that one good verse that brings it all together. Don't even talk about what about we don't talk about Bruno because the lyrics were ridiculously random and had no simular parts at all.The song did base up to the lead topic though. Each part of the song had 1 good verse.
      Pepa : Bruno says it looks like rain, and married in a hurricane.
      Dolores : Prophecies they couldn't understand, Do you understand.
      Camilo: When he calls your name it all fades to black.
      Isabella: Like the grapes that thrive on the vine.
      Why did I even comment this???
      Anyways this is my opinion on it Hate if you like but just know I'm not going to respond 😚💕

    • ella vaneynde
      ella vaneynde 5 days ago

      @Albert Lopezrare dingen dingen doen die ik heb heb ik het al ik ben nu bij de 🐝 en ik heb heb ik

    • Fathima Beevi
      Fathima Beevi 5 days ago

      @Albert Lopez h a u mn

    • Fathima Beevi
      Fathima Beevi 5 days ago

      V. From hHgyy

    • broncos3321
      broncos3321 5 days ago +1

      "Bring it in Bring it in" was also powerful 😭😭😭

  • Levi Ackerman
    Levi Ackerman 2 days ago +18

    I love that the theme Isabela uses in We Don’t Talk About Bruno becomes the bridge for Mirabel to cross in understanding her sister (“You just seem like your life’s been a dream”. . .) and the pivotal moment where both of Bruno’s prophecies for Isabela genuinely start coming true.

  • itz_zelda
    itz_zelda Day ago +12

    Character observation:
    She could’ve grown anything other than a cactus. Maybe it was because she was so angry at mirabel because she was attacking mirabel with just flowers at the start.

  • Christian Lockmann
    Christian Lockmann Day ago +9

    I like what this song did for Isabela, before I really just didn't like her, she was just mad at Mirabel for silly things and blaming her for a lot of her issues, but this song lets them see that they both are dealing with rough stuff. I still think Isabela needs to just say sorry to Mirabel for the past, but this song was at least a thank you for the future.

  • Nuka Ninja
    Nuka Ninja 20 hours ago +4

    I adore the visible change that Mirabel goes through when Isa says the line “I wanna feel the shiver of something new” Mirabel specifically stated earlier in her own song that she wanted to show her family this very feeling and as soon as she realized that Isa wanted it too, Mirabel embraced it!

  • Florr Corr
    Florr Corr 6 days ago +3772

    Something I really appreciate on this song is the voice acting while singing. During "We Don't Talk About Bruno" Isabela sings in a very airy way, like any other Disney Princess. Here her voice has more grit, it's even a lower pitch I think, which really helps the narrative of her shedding the pretense of perfection.
    When Mirabel sings her verse she even uses the same melody Isa used in "We Don't Talk About Bruno", since that perfect girl is all she knew her sister as.
    Also love how it's more rock (90's spanish rock) inspired than the other songs in the movie.

    • Leira Rekceb
      Leira Rekceb 23 hours ago +1

      i also thought it was 90s inspired!

    • Daniel Kang
      Daniel Kang 3 days ago +3

      Also when Mirabel sings "all i know are the blossoms you grow" its the same melody that Isabella uses in her part in "We dont talk about Bruno"

    • Elipsaun Films
      Elipsaun Films 5 days ago

      @Florr Corr ohh ok. I see what you’re saying rn. I thought you were referring to American rock music

    • ♏ ScorpioStar
      ♏ ScorpioStar 5 days ago

      Speaking of 90s pop, anyone else catch the verse "Deeply, Madly, Truly"? Title of an 90s hit.

    • Maria Ximena Otalora Cordoba
      Maria Ximena Otalora Cordoba 5 days ago +6

      @Kairi1416 Spanish pop rock from the 90s and even early 2000s, early Shakira for example, I even thought of Spanish bands like La Oreja de Van Gogh slightly.

  • Brooklyn _ T[A]P Me!! To Have [S]EX💞 With Me

    “Changing minds”
    “You’ve changed mine”

    As an elder sibling, this hits hard.

    • God
      God 10 hours ago

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  • Maoma Cabriiox
    Maoma Cabriiox 21 hour ago +4

    This is one of those songs that just radiate happiness, even if you don’t listen to the lyrics. Amazing work from everyone!!

  • Hannah McAdie
    Hannah McAdie Day ago +11

    i love how the initial hug demonstrated how bringing the family back together is what needed to happen to save the family and the magic

  • Tiger Bears
    Tiger Bears 2 days ago +17

    I don’t know enough about music theory and analysis to make a coherent though here, but to me there’s something really cool about the way that Isabela changes how she lists off the things she makes.

    It starts of with “Rows and rows of roses, flor de mayo, by the mile”. Listing off things in a really neat and well done rhyme.

    By the end it’s “A hurricane of jacarandas, strangling figs, hanging vines, palma de cera fills the air as I climb”. She lists more things, not all of it rhymes. It feels more like she’s listing things off as she comes up with them, and instead of “rows and rows” being neat everything feels more chaotic.

    I dunno if there’s a better way to explain all that, I just think it’s a really cool touch to show how she changes throughout the song.

    • Jared Elwart
      Jared Elwart 2 days ago +3

      Your interpretation is nice but I’d like to add that there are rhymes in the choruses. This doesn’t clash with your interpretation though, because the rhymes are imperfect, asymmetrical, or they’re completed by Mirabel.

      “A hurricane of jacarandas
      Strangling figs (big), hanging vines (this is fine)
      Palma de cera fills the air as I [rhyming the “I” with “vines”] climb…”

  • Jelly Jess
    Jelly Jess 4 days ago +6577

    I think we can all agree we love Isabela’s self growth ✨glow up✨

    • Moon Galaxy Wolf
      Moon Galaxy Wolf 22 hours ago +1

      @Limon Lx man, I somehow thought they meant chemistry as in all the plants that were created ; - ;

    • A Knight of Cybertron
      A Knight of Cybertron 2 days ago

      @Shane Dog yes we do disagree lol

    • Shane Dog
      Shane Dog 2 days ago +1

      @Xap Ete think what you will, but I and everyone else would have to disagree

    • Luna Is Gaming
      Luna Is Gaming 3 days ago

      Also hiii jelly jess!!!😁

    • Laret Cummings
      Laret Cummings 3 days ago +1

      Thx 🤩

  • giggle_snort
    giggle_snort 2 days ago +6

    THIS IS MY FAVORITE PART OF THE MOVIE. The whole thing is great, but Isabela opening up and letting her true self shine hits deep. And her true self isn't so radically different from her facade, she's still beautiful, and the plants she creates are still beautiful. The difference is, they're UNRESTRAINED. It's wild, it's colorful, it's fun, and she's the happiest she's ever been. If only we could all be so lucky to find and show the parts of ourselves that we hide.

  • Lora
    Lora Day ago +69

    this song is just so underrated. this song is better than we dont talking about bruno (in my opinion)

  • Sour Pastels
    Sour Pastels Day ago +7

    I loved this scene so much, because when the cactus showed up, I had a moment of panic where she was gonna blame it on Maribel for it being “different” but she got excited and this scene happened and it felt so freeing. The animators and song writers really knew what they were doing with this movie 😌

  • Empty Chair
    Empty Chair 2 days ago +15

    i love when it says “how far do these roots go down?”. i could be wrong but i think it’s talking about how she’s been stuck being perfect for so long that she doesn’t know who she truly is, and the roots show how much she’s been covering up for so long by being perfect all the time. i rlly wanna know what other people think about it

    • Marialla
      Marialla Day ago

      The depth of a plant's roots also equate to its strength. She was testing her own strength and wondering what she had the depth, the grasp, and the leverage to accomplish.

    • Caitlin De Neve
      Caitlin De Neve Day ago

      I love this thought. It's similar to "under the surface", in a way that Isabella also feels pressure to be perfect all the time, just like Luisa feels the pressure to carry all the burdens. The line about the roots, symbolizes this, like you said.

  • Haley Gabriel
    Haley Gabriel 6 days ago +9390

    I love that she’s clearly studied plants other than pretty flowers but didn’t think she could make them herself because of the pressure to make something perfect

    • Lourdes Page
      Lourdes Page Day ago

      @Ryppl ouch

    • Arnelle Diane
      Arnelle Diane Day ago

      @FoodPlayzGames and BlahThing someone did not watch the movie

    • Jake Riviera
      Jake Riviera 2 days ago +1

      @Ryppl Mirabel does have a gift, which is being able to instill hope and help resolve issues of other family members, basically being the one who fixes people’s gifts. The reason she doesn’t have a door or room is because her room is the entire casita and her door is the front door. It prob comes from her optimistic personality and determination because she always tries to look at the root problems that cause issues in each of her family members, and reminds them about hope.

    • FoodPlayzGames and BlahThing
      FoodPlayzGames and BlahThing 3 days ago

      @❤️MICI’S WORLD ❤️ did you even get that it's a joke

      Well I think it's a joke

    • khymera915
      khymera915 3 days ago +3

      @Laura Stimpson You’re not wrong but there’s never any reason for Encanto to undergo a drought; there are few things easier than getting Pepa wound up, and telling her that, “OMG, we’re all gonna starve” would probably be extremely effective.

  • Ishidoro-0002
    Ishidoro-0002 2 days ago +16

    I simply adore the scene where Isa knocks the pollen out of the flower the first time, because she panics for a second, she broke character for just a moment, and for that moment, she wasn't perfect, and seeing Mirabel not be mad or upset tells her it's okay to drop the perfect act and just be every now and then

  • Glitter Dash
    Glitter Dash Day ago +12


  • astralaurora
    astralaurora 2 days ago +6

    “What could I do if I just knew it didn’t need to be perfect? It just needed to be? And they let me be?” is an underrated part of the song

  • Ashlynn Lally
    Ashlynn Lally Day ago +8

    This song shows that you don't need to be perfect or beautiful, you just have to be you. I feel like that's something people are always worrying about- the way they look, not the way they act. (Before the song when Isabela was saying she was just marrying that one guy because she was doing it for the family, that shows that she doesn't want to be perfect, she just cares about her family- "It's not symmetrical or perfect but it's beautiful and its mine" is also showing that she's trying to do something different than being perfect. This is why Isabela is my favorite character, she's really caring sometimes. Sorry for long comment, I just realized what this song meant)

  • FanOfAllThings
    FanOfAllThings 6 days ago +2909

    I love how this songs shows that it’s OK to express negative emotions as well as positive ones and how cathartic it is to do so. I love how it shows Mirabel going from trying to hug Isabella to save the miracle, to her just cheering her on as she comes into her own. It’s beautiful!

    2.7K likes?! I can’t believe this!!!! You guys are awesome!!!!

    • KarmaticKiwi
      KarmaticKiwi 2 days ago +1

      @FanOfAllThings one of those bot channels

    • FanOfAllThings
      FanOfAllThings 2 days ago

      @RaylanLevin Lumibao Who?

    • RaylanLevin Lumibao
      RaylanLevin Lumibao 2 days ago +2

      Someone copied your comment

    • LORD PVT
      LORD PVT 6 days ago +2


    • root / ringy
      root / ringy 6 days ago +23

      Yeah, I love how at the end the hug comes from Isabela naturally, not from Mirabel forcing it to happen, all she had to do was support Isabela when she needed it.

  • MlgEpicCar
    MlgEpicCar 2 days ago +57

    as someone who adores story games, this song felt like an unlocked ending in a weird way, and i really liked that feeling

  • Kirsh Unreal
    Kirsh Unreal 2 days ago +829

    The song finally proves Isabella is pushing herself from her interests and wishes just for the family and abeula which was understood by mirabel and helps her unlocking the second part of her power.

    • oh_ omo
      oh_ omo 19 hours ago

      @Abyz not just roses just anything pink or considered “pretty” to abuela

    • lance patrick
      lance patrick 21 hour ago

      @Abyz oh amazing!! I didn't get it at first. thanks for this 🤩

    • Abyz
      Abyz 22 hours ago +2

      @lance patrick Well at first it was only roses. Now she realizes she can grow and control plants in general not just roses.

    • Jeazreen De Guzman
      Jeazreen De Guzman 22 hours ago +2


    • *-querida-*
      *-querida-* Day ago +5

      @lance patrick maybe what she’s capable of, people thought the only thing she could do is keep herself together but she can do as much as luisa can.

  • xxprologan Cool
    xxprologan Cool Day ago +14

    I love how in Surface Pressure and What Else Can I Do, Luisa and Isabela are pouring their hearts out with their internal struggle. While Mirabel's is struggling to stay alive and with her sisters.

  • Crazygamer Gal
    Crazygamer Gal Day ago +5

    Knowing this is probably the first time they’ve properly acted like siblings and just having fun together 🥲

  • I O
    I O 6 days ago +3252

    "What could I do if I just knew it didn't need to be perfect, it just needed to be and they let me be." That is such a powerful line in a song.

    • Under_the_blanket
      Under_the_blanket Day ago

      @Never gonna give you up. Never gonna let you down. yeah I wanted to see how people would really react to that I’m sorry I just wanted to see

    • Never gonna give you up. Never gonna let you down.
      Never gonna give you up. Never gonna let you down. Day ago


      Also I don’t really like those kind of comments even if they’re well intention. As someone who struggles with those thoughts I can’t speak for everyone but the feel insensitive in a sort of way like you don’t actually understand what’s happening but say all these deep messages and just spew it without understanding how hard these thoughts actually can be

    • Never gonna give you up. Never gonna let you down.
      Never gonna give you up. Never gonna let you down. Day ago


      What did that have to do with the comment.

    • Lia Lia
      Lia Lia 2 days ago

      @pifflie c8yhjjshkskkļlkkkkklllm

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      Princes Barbie 2 days ago


  • AWEtistic
    AWEtistic Day ago +60

    I think Isabela used to love plants as much as Antonio loves animals, but she kind of lost it in her struggle to be perfect. The interest remained, but all she was allowed to do was creating perfect, beautiful flowers without any chance of being creative and free. When she was reminded that her gift is about plants, not perfection, she regained that connection and became even stronger.

  • Aubrey Chaides
    Aubrey Chaides 2 days ago +141

    I just made something unexpected
    Something sharp, something new
    It's not symmetrical or perfect
    But it's beautiful and it's mine
    What else can I do?
    Bring it in, bring it in
    Good talk, bring it in, bring it in (what else can I do?)
    Let's walk, bring it in, bring it in
    Free hugs, bring it in, bring it in
    I grow rows and rows of roses
    Flor de mayo, by the mile
    I make perfect, practiced poses
    So much hides behind my smile
    What could I do if I just grew what I was feelin' in the moment?
    (Do you know where you're going? Whoa)
    What could I do if I just knew it didn't need to be perfect?
    It just needed to be? And they'd let me be?
    A hurricane of jacarandas
    Strangling figs (big), hanging vines (this is fine)
    Palma de cera fills the air as I climb
    And I push through
    What else can I do?
    Can I deliver us a river of sundew?
    Careful, it's carnivorous, a little just won't do
    I wanna feel the shiver of something new
    I'm so sick of pretty, I want something true, don't you?
    You just seem like your life's been a dream (whoa)
    Since the moment you opened your eyes
    (How far do these roots go down?)
    All I know are the blossoms you grow (whoa)
    But it's awesome to see how you rise
    How far can I rise?
    Through the roof, to the skies
    Let's go
    A hurricane of jacarandas (woo)
    Strangling figs (go), hanging vines (grow)
    Palma de cera fills the air as I climb
    And I push through
    What else, what else?
    What can you do when you are deeply, madly, truly in the moment?
    (Seize the moment, keep goin')
    What can you do when you know who you wanna be is imperfect?
    But I'll still be okay
    Hey, everybody clear the way, woo
    I'm comin' through with tabebuia (she's comin' through with that boo-yeah)
    Making waves (making waves), changing minds (you've changed mine)
    The way is clearer 'cause you're here, and well
    I owe this all to you
    What else can I do?
    (Show 'em what you can do)
    What else can I do?
    (There's nothing you can't do)
    What else can I do?

  • The Baka Lord
    The Baka Lord 2 days ago +23

    “Careful its carnivorous” That shows how much Isabella cares about Mirabel. Despite their strained relationship due to Isabella seeing Mirabel free of everything that shackles her and Mirabel seeing Isabella having everything she wanted, Isabella still cares about Mirabel where she doesn’t want to see Mirabel hurt.

    • Zhung36
      Zhung36 13 hours ago

      Siblings: Find you annoying and stupid but still protects and loves you no matter what

  • Kyrell Fly
    Kyrell Fly 2 days ago +5

    I've been re-watching and listening to the songs all weekend, I think Mirabel's gift could be uplifting, the family's encourager and she helps heal the roots from within. ❤️

  • Book Thoughts
    Book Thoughts 4 days ago +4284

    This is not just a Isabella growth song. But it also is Mirabel growing. Mirabel realizes that there's more to her sister than she saw. She saw someone spoiled and thinking she was perfect, when in reality the perfect and beautiful was just a mask, like her sister Luisa's strong and tough.
    I see both sister's sides too because my mom's expectations forced me to perfect and I was always never as good as my siblings.

    • Husk
      Husk 2 days ago

      who cares bruh

    • Olinka Blevins
      Olinka Blevins 2 days ago

      @Book Thoughts you’re welcome 😇

    • Ivanna Claudette
      Ivanna Claudette 2 days ago

      @NVS_ Tanky well, you're getting kinda mad at someone appreciating a ''kids'' movie

    • Hirai Momo
      Hirai Momo 2 days ago

      Thas why mirabel said "You changed mine"

    • Book Thoughts
      Book Thoughts 3 days ago

      @Olinka Blevins I didn't notice autocorrect corrected me when I typed that. Thanks.

  • bryan ._.ishere
    bryan ._.ishere 21 hour ago +3

    1:17 "Can I deliver us a river of sundew" is my all time favorite line in the whole movie, just the way she sings it!! I literally just find myself singing that part at random😅

  • Zach Mayar Beats
    Zach Mayar Beats Day ago +2

    I just made something unexpected
    Something sharp
    Something new
    It's not symmetrical or perfect
    But it's beautiful and it's mine
    What else can I do?
    Bring it in, bring it in
    Good talk, bring it in, bring it in (what else can I do?)
    Let's walk, bring it in, bring it in
    Free hugs, bring it in, bring it in
    I grow rows and rows of roses
    Flor de mayo
    By the mile
    I make perfect, practiced poses
    So much hides behind my smile
    What could I do if I just grew what I was feeling in the moment?
    (Do you know where you're going? Whoa)
    What could I do if I just knew it didn't need to be perfect?
    It just needed to be? And they let me be?
    A hurricane of jacarandas
    Strangling figs (big, big)
    Hanging vines (this is fine)
    Palma de cera fills the air as I climb
    And I push through
    What else can I do?
    Can I deliver us a river of sundew?
    Careful, it's carnivorous, a little just won't do
    I wanna feel the shiver of something new
    I'm so sick of pretty
    I want something true, don't you?
    You just seem like your life's been a dream
    Since the moment you opened your eyes
    (How far do these roots go down?)
    All I know are the blossoms you grow
    But it's awesome to see how you rise
    How far can I rise?
    Through the roof, to the skies
    Let's go
    A hurricane of jacarandas (whoo)
    Strangling figs (go)
    Hanging vines (grow)
    Palma de Cera fills the air as I climb
    And I push through
    What else, what else?
    What can you do when you are deeply, madly, truly in the moment?
    (Seize the moment, keep goin')
    What can you do when you know who you wanna be is imperfect?
    But I'll still be okay
    Hey, everybody clear the way, whoo
    I'm coming through with tabebuia (she's coming through with tabebuia)
    Making waves (making waves)
    Changing minds (you've changed mine)
    The way is clearer 'cause you're here, and well
    I owe this all to you
    What else can I do?
    Show 'em what you can do
    What else can I do?
    There's nothing you can't do
    What else can I do?
    Quelle: LyricFind

  • JellyApple
    JellyApple 22 hours ago +2

    “it’s not a mistake”, ✨ITS A MASTERPIECE✨
    I love this song btw

  • Sofia Lara
    Sofia Lara 2 days ago +4

    -"what else can I do?"
    -"There's nothing you can't do"
    I almost cried in that line

  • Maurício Babilonia
    Maurício Babilonia 8 hours ago +1

    The rhythm is so catchy and the lyrics of the song is really deep without mention the visuals in this video. It’s one of the best moments of the movie.

  • Danger Lovesong
    Danger Lovesong Day ago +4

    This is not my favorite song from the movie but this isabella and mirabel's scene do resonate with me on a spiritual level and can't stop grinning

  • Omar Aga
    Omar Aga 19 hours ago +1

    hard as it may to imagine any song from Encanto being underrated. but this gem is so underrated.

  • Leigh Huggins
    Leigh Huggins 19 hours ago +1

    Isabela and Luisa's songs both speak to my perfectionism and bring up a lot of emotion in me every time I hear them. Great songwriting, great singing, amazing storytelling. Keep unpacking generational trauma and unattainable expectations and standards!

  • TimeBucks
    TimeBucks 3 days ago +4653

    This song really show’s Mirabel’s strength

    • Gamer H
      Gamer H Day ago

      @Beysment™️ nope you are right you not wrong

    • Kafu and Yoshi
      Kafu and Yoshi Day ago +1

      I also interpret the line like this: for years, Mirabel for years always suffered at the hands of Isabela’s verbal and sometimes physical abuse. But when she sees that Isabel is at this certain breaking point where she needs support, she helps her. Instead of spiting her and ignoring her for all the abuse she had given her, Mirabel decides to help Isabela instead and help her grow. And this ends up being a good decision, because it ultimately mends their relationship.

    • elizabeth davis
      elizabeth davis Day ago +4

      Mirabel is the emotional healer of the family while her mom heals physical injuries
      Mirabel is like a therapist

    • Victoria De Guzman
      Victoria De Guzman Day ago

      And her empathy

    • Zayed Alseraidi
      Zayed Alseraidi Day ago

      @Naoko I JUST-

  • shroomie !!
    shroomie !! 2 days ago +6

    I really love that when she saw the cactus, she actually was fascinated by it and not disgusted.

  • Christian Bolgado
    Christian Bolgado Day ago +1

    "a hurricane of jacarandas" keeps playing on my head... I can't help it. This song is infectiously good!

  • Kenjirō
    Kenjirō Day ago +2

    It’s cool how Mirabel’s ‘you just seem like your life’s been a dream’ and ‘all I know is the blossoms you’ll grow’ has the same tune as Isabela’s opening part in we don’t talk about bruno

  • Marialla
    Marialla Day ago +1

    I love that this movie is so unique, in that it has no actual villain. It had drama and conflict, but no real bad guys. It is very wholesome, and a good example of love.

  • Adrianexe
    Adrianexe 6 days ago +4302

    1:33 PLS THIS PART IS SO GOOD ISTG ITS LIKE ADDICTING TO HEAR IT Also I love how mirabel help Isabella to be her true self

    • Josias Lourenço
      Josias Lourenço 5 days ago


      3:16 'For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.

      3:17 For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him.

      3:18 Whoever believes in him is not condemned, but whoever does not believe stands condemned already because he has not believed in the name of God's one and only Son.

      3:19 This is the verdict: Light has come into the world, but men loved darkness instead of light because their deeds were evil.

      3:20 Everyone who does evil hates the light, and will not come into the light for fear that his deeds will be exposed.

      3:21 But whoever lives by the truth comes into the light, so that it may be seen plainly that what he has done has been done through God.'

      14:6 Jesus answered, 'I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.

      14:7 If you really knew me, you would know my Father as well. From now on, you do know him and have seen him.'


      12:14 Make every effort to live in peace with all men and to be holy; without holiness no one will see the Lord.

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      citrusbear 5 days ago


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      Rainbow Butterfly 6 days ago


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    • 25KBanana
      25KBanana 6 days ago

      Because it switches up to a slow down and starts the duet

  • Amerie Rios
    Amerie Rios Day ago

    Diane has such a great voice, and this movie has a great storyline, and I’ve watched this movie every day since the day it came out! This movie is amazing!

  • Fjorzek
    Fjorzek Day ago +1

    I am well aware We Don’t Talk About Bruno is undoubtably the best song in the movie, but this is probably my favorite.
    Isabela’s transformation into expressing the person she didn’t realize she wanted so badly is just so inspiring and heartwarming to me

  • Cevele Chiquiñius
    Cevele Chiquiñius Day ago +3

    I love this song because it makes me feel free. I tend to think ‘what if it’s not good enough’ or ‘what if it could be better’.When Isabella just breaks that part of herself that makes her ‘perfect’ and starts being herself, in that moment I feel free. I feel she just muted those what if’s and it feels amazing. Thank you if you read this, even if you didn’t have to.

  • Kimmy
    Kimmy 2 days ago +7

    Isabela is the most powerful IMO.
    She can grow any plant so she can end world hunger by growing fruit-bearing plants and vegetables. She can also cool Earth's temperature by growing thick forests. She can prevent soil and sand erosion through her plants. 😌

  • Presto Povs
    Presto Povs 6 days ago +2425

    this movie is just amazing! kudos to Disney

    • sol
      sol 3 days ago

      @Darkvader 2319 i think cruella is pretty decent

    • Darkvader 2319
      Darkvader 2319 5 days ago

      Disney should stick to animation, not live action. Marvel can stick to live-action.

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      1k challenge with 4 video 6 days ago

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    • Sterrow
      Sterrow 6 days ago

      @Jonathan Pinzon nope don't believe it.

    • Abbygayle
      Abbygayle 6 days ago +3

      And kudos to Lin-Manuel Miranda and Germaine Franco for writing these fantastic songs and lyrics! Without them I believe that this movie wouldn’t not have been the same

  • Tova
    Tova 2 days ago +11

    My favorite thing is that they literally have a family member who can heal people with her cooking, and they still sent Marino home with a broken nose lol

  • Mari P
    Mari P Day ago +4

    This scene reminds me a lot like Elsa's let it go. Can definitely see the both of them being friends.

  • All About Ana
    All About Ana Day ago +9

    I can’t believe that the same person who’s play Rosa in Brooklin 99 can sing like this. I already see her in Washington Heights and now in Encanto. Such a beautiful voice.

  • Danica Saldon
    Danica Saldon 17 hours ago +1

    “I’m so sick of pretty. I want something true.”

    Yes. This. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

  • Roxo
    Roxo 6 days ago +3436

    I love how their relationship isnt just magically fixed cause Isa admitted she was behaving for the family. Mirabel isnt really LISTENING at first, still focused on fixing the magic, but as the song goes on, and Isa pulls her up, including her in her struggle, Mirabel's focuses shifts naturally to helping Isa and THAT heals the magic. It's so subtlety done, I love iiiiiiiit

    • A name
      A name 20 hours ago

      @starstreek wdym

    • Mr. Robloxiano
      Mr. Robloxiano 20 hours ago

      @Josias Lourenço ?

    • starstreek
      starstreek 21 hour ago

      It wasn’t really subtle :/

    • DakkaDakka
      DakkaDakka Day ago

      Well, thats usually called MAGICALLY FIXED. Older sis who put me down for several years but after know her real intention, just emphatize with her and all old grudge disappeard? I guess that should be called true magic lol

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  • ashley
    ashley Day ago +1

    God knows how many times i listened to encanto songs, it's addicting and always in my head 😌

  • Originally Jalen
    Originally Jalen 2 days ago +29

    This song connects with me personally, I think a lot of teens struggle with being the “perfect” child and Isabella can now really be herself with no regrets

  • SciFi Samurai
    SciFi Samurai 10 hours ago

    That first “WHOOO!” from Mirabel for some reason just makes me so emotional. In a good way of course!
    Like she’s so ecstatic that she finally has a true connection with her sister. Beautiful.

  • Lay Tae
    Lay Tae Day ago +1

    apart from the song even the background shows how Isabella is finally letting go of all the chains of being perfect and finally showing her true feelings that came out like an explosion of colors shown in the last scene

  • AeroLMS
    AeroLMS 6 days ago +1401

    Mirabel's mashup of an excerpt from Isabella's verse in "We Don't Talk About Bruno" is just so beautiful.

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      `jeandemonke 3 days ago

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    • Nick Forest
      Nick Forest 6 days ago +1

      Yeah, as well as Abuela's part at The Family Madrigal song alludes to Dos Oruguitas

    • shelly
      shelly 6 days ago +1

      omg i've never noticed that

    • AeroLMS
      AeroLMS 6 days ago +7

      @TheOfficialoddity It takes off the weight off her shoulders and expectations as a golden child and she can be what she truly wants to be by being free from guilt and maintaining the image. The progression of the song adds to that detail, and I love it!

  • cocolemon
    cocolemon 12 hours ago +1

    this shows how the 'perfect' child in every families also struggles and tries to be the best in order to reach the high expectations for them. It saddens me so much :( Well played Disney

  • Athena Playz ♡
    Athena Playz ♡ Day ago +1

    Whenever she like says certain words it kind of sounds like an 80s song and I love it

  • TheKkf1015
    TheKkf1015 2 days ago +10

    2:27 the flower in her changes to something different from what was there before, helping to emphasize the change in her. I also love that in "we don't talk about bruno" her voice was pitched higher because that's the tone that's preferred, or most popular, or what's suited to her perfect persona. here she gets into more of an alto and it helps show her true self. awesome use of visual and musical combination!

  • Brendon’s Life!
    Brendon’s Life! Day ago +2

    This song is actually brunos vision "He told me that the life of my dreams would be promised and someday be mine." And "He told me that my power would grow like that grapes that thrive on the vine." SHE BECOMES HAPPIER AND BREAKS FREE BUT ALSO SHOWS SHE CAN BREAK THROUGH WALLS ANS HANG FROM VINES WITH HER POWERS.

  • Tamara
    Tamara 5 days ago +5452

    “It’s not symmetrical or perfect but it’s beautiful and it’s mine. What else can I do?” Truly words to live by.

    • Iman Nidzar
      Iman Nidzar Day ago

      @Josias Lourenço excuse me sir, this is a disney music video and not a church

    • Alexander Martin
      Alexander Martin 4 days ago

      she thinks that ot belongs to her last, becuase all could would grow were flowers becuase she needs to look good for *others*

    • Girtle
      Girtle 4 days ago +6

      I think the greatest thing here is the double meaning... "what else can I do" can be Isabela realizing that she can do more than just beautiful, perfect flowers and her desire to explore that, but you can also interpret it as her crying out "what else can I do" to her family because she feels as if she can't reach the bar of perfection her abuela and society has set for her. That might be a stretch but that's just something I thought of :) have a great 2022 everyone!!

    • Huh Ok
      Huh Ok 4 days ago

      @Katerina Horelik LMAOO

    • Huh Ok
      Huh Ok 4 days ago +1

      Me to my cat

  • Caleb Valentine
    Caleb Valentine 22 hours ago +1

    I love this song, its about becoming the best version of yourself, learning important life lessons and learning to embrace not just everyone else but yourself, i think we need that in 2022. And Diane's voice is so satisfying.

  • Pink
    Pink 2 days ago +39

    I don’t understand why people are comparing this song to Frozen’s Let it go when it’s a totally different concept Elsa is isolated as she reveals her powers while Isabella expresses how pressured she is as a PERFECT FIGURE and how she can’t use her powers to their full potential to her sister.

    • RogueK
      RogueK Day ago +4

      Both are character songs that display a further understanding of not only each character's abilities, but also there then newly acquired freedom. Both have had potential this whole time but are now free from the pressure that was causing them to suppress certain qualities of their abilities (more so for Elsa with her powers). It's similar tothe general ruling of musical theatre when it comes to songs. If words arent enough for emotions, then the character sings, if singing is enough , they dance. In both cases they start with a slower song, gradually getting faster and more excitable while their abilities also increase in power

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    histxria Day ago +4


  • Sumon Ovee
    Sumon Ovee 2 days ago +3

    I dont know how but Disney's films get better and better as they make

  • Cayden McCann
    Cayden McCann 2 days ago +1

    Isabela: I'm coming through with tabebuia, making waves, changing minds
    Mirabel: You've changed mine
    So beautiful 😭 I love this song it has an amazing meaning.