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

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  • Am 12 Jan 2022 veröffentlicht
  • 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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    Music video by Diane Guerrero, Stephanie Beatriz performing What Else Can I Do? (From "Encanto"). © 2021 Walt Disney Records

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KOMMENTARE • 10 875

  • Dtoons
    Dtoons Vor Tag +14

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

  • Sherwin Muega
    Sherwin Muega Vor 4 Stunden +1

    “A hurricane of Jacarandas” makes me smile when I sing along and I don’t know why but I love it! 🌸🌺🌷🌹🌻🌼💐🥀

  • [Soffy] H0T Girl L!ve Cam
    [Soffy] H0T Girl L!ve Cam Vor 2 Stunden +270

    I love the contrast in this song and her part “we don’t talk about Bruno” because her part in that song is very beautiful but simple, just like how everyone sees her and even in the beginning of this song but as it goes on you hear more emotion and dynamic in her singing and combined with the music it’s not simple and it’s not perfect but it’s beautiful in a way that’s completely different from the rest of the movie. You can hear her letting go of her perfect imagine and just letting herself come through. It’s an incredible song.

  • staynayo
    staynayo Vor 7 Stunden +1

    I love how similar yet contrasting Luisa's and Isabela's songs are. Luisa was overexposed and Isabela was locked up. Everyone utilized Luisa's strength until she burned out, while Isabela was expected to stay in her pretty little mold that she never explored beyond her own powers. Both are very valid issues, and I love how they were able to show it in this movie.

  • Rosemary Reynolds
    Rosemary Reynolds Vor 7 Stunden +243

    My husband and I watched Encanto for the first time last night and I fell in love with Isabela's character and her growth throughout the story!!!! I was raised as an only child in a home where I was not just expected but required to be perfect in order to feel love. I was in a freaking doctoral program with a 4.0 GPA I had since I started elementary school, I won all the academic awards, dressed in black and white and straightened my hair the way my mother liked, wore only silver stud earrings and heavy necklaces she wanted me to wear. She controlled everything: she "proofread" all my emails and messages. I was never allowed to make my own decisions until I was 24 years old. I thought that's how every family worked until I was able to escape, which was just two short years ago. In that time, I've dropped out of the doctoral program I didn't really want to do, bought a fixer-upper house and designed it how I wanted, married the most supportive man who loves me for who I actually am, dyed my hair the color I wanted, bought all the colorful clothes to make a rainbow wardrobe, and started my own wedding floral business where I LITERALLY make beautiful flowers just like Isabella. This song embodies everything I felt when I first stopped mourning the "love" I thought was lost and started healing from my childhood of abuse. I have come so far and have so much to look forward to. Thank you, Disney, for creating this character and all the others in Encanto that are such a wonderful representation of a real-life family and healing from trauma. <3

  • Brayden Tan
    Brayden Tan Vor 2 Stunden +154

    This is seriously the best animated Disney film ever made in a very long time

  • Bet0360
    Bet0360 Vor Tag +15

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

  • Hazelliciouz
    Hazelliciouz Vor 7 Stunden +2

    I really love how ready to accept everyone's dreams and struggles Mirabel is, not just Isabelas and Luisas, but also Brunos and little Antonios, even her abuelas, once she is let in and trusted with their stories. She has her misconceptions, she is jealous and puts them on a pedestal, but at the same time, she's so ready to tear down the walls and help her family members strive for happiness. In this one, the way she sees and understands Isabela is turned upside down, but she's immediately ready to roll with it. I find that so sweet and it really shows that she doesn't just care for the Madrigals gift, their reputation or the service they provide the community with, she really cares for each individual member of her family.

  • John Jaydeen Limpangog
    John Jaydeen Limpangog Vor 18 Stunden +22

    This scene literally shows how powerful

  • ChloeFlower 369
    ChloeFlower 369 Vor 23 Stunden +88

    This power can come in handy. Imagine the fruits and veggies she can provide for the family and village.

  • nicole alexandra
    nicole alexandra Vor 4 Stunden +62

    i love how mirabel sings isabela's theme in we don't talk about bruno from

  • Luigi Rodriguez
    Luigi Rodriguez Vor 4 Stunden +319

    #1 on trending even after 8 days and that’s what this song deserves. The producer made an outstanding job for Encanto

  • Tamara
    Tamara Vor 21 Stunde +6

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

  • Riley Sansoucy
    Riley Sansoucy Vor 7 Stunden +493

    So it just clicked with me. The miracles and gifts the madrigals had were there to help people, that much is true. The reason mirabel didn’t get one was because she didn’t need one to help people. She helps people see themselves as something beautiful and special, and that is a powerful gift that doesn’t need a magic candle to function. Bruno’s prophecy was that if the house fell and the magic died, Mirabel would be there to save the family

  • Carlos Alberto Guevara Galarza

    I love how mirabel is that member of the family that everyone criticize for not following the family traditions but also is the one that all desperately needed :) such a beautiful movie

  • Elithesià
    Elithesià Vor 2 Stunden +24

    What I like a lot in this song is that in contrast to Surface Pressure, where only Luisa sings and unloads her feelings on Mirabel, this one has both Isabela and Mirabel singing. While Mirabel had misconceptions about both of her sisters and their lives, her perception of Isabela was way more negative and she essentially took out most of her negative emotions on her (partially for good reason because I know Isa's initial attitude wasn't the greatest even with all the pressure and misconceptions), even if we mostly just saw silent, unamused glances. It's when Isabela sings "I'm so sick of pretty. I want something true, don't you?" with a sad look on her face that Mirabel really sings and confesses her own misconceptions about her sister, and Isabela looks excited again when Mirabel admits that seeing her grow the way she currently is is awesome to her, and they start enjoying themselves as sisters for what may very well be the first time in years.

  • turiksi
    turiksi Vor 2 Stunden +84

    I think it’s important to remember that being feminine does not mean weak. Isabela is not JUST beautiful. She’s willing to forsake her happiness and marry someone she doesn’t want to for the sake of her family. She has her own struggles and pressures yet she handles them with such poise. She has her own kind of admirable strength.

  • Pink
    Pink Vor 2 Stunden +27

    Isabella was stuck being perfect for 21 years of her life but now she realizes she doesn’t need to all because of her sister whom she disliked before.❤️

  •  ShortHax
     ShortHax Vor Tag +44

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

  • Nellie Rose
    Nellie Rose Vor 2 Stunden +7

    I just realized that the moment Mirabel really starts to connect with her sister, she's singing the same melody as Isabela's part in We Don't Talk About Bruno.