Encanto

Movie • 2021 • Animation  Report
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AtarahDerekh
Possibly. The four horses ridden by marauders are blown offscreen by magic.
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MaxSlade
If you count Cerberus as the dog
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lyre
Some donkeys are thrown around roughly in cartoon fashion.
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aranel
A goldfish. It just flops over.
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carturo222
Depends on how you feel about butterflies and bees.
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carturo222
A dead goldfish.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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carturo222
We watch a goldfish drop dead.
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carturo222
A child with the power to talk to animals plays with an anaconda. The shot is brief and there is no threat implied.
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CaitlinSnowLeopard
A little boy who can talk to animals befriends a jaguar. It is not harmed in any way!
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RobinLlama
When Mirabel tells her grandmother that the magic of the family is in danger she dismisses it and loudly proclaims that everything is fine and Mirabel should "stop". Later is revealed that the grandmother already knew that what Mirabel was saying is true.
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alexgrace
A family member lives in the walls but it’s not in a stalking way
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Rainbowunicats
There is some emotional abuse to the children and grandchildren
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carturo222
Emotionally. The protagonist, a teenager, is constantly belittled by her grandmother and her sister.
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AleMata
No but Abuela jokes that a character has
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thesensitivenihilist
Gross-looking bee stings, but nothing else.
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EchoGarden1
A village is burned down, however it seems everyone escaped.
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knightajax
the main character is briefly trapped in a room filling up with sand, however she makes it out alive before it fills completely
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solace
mirabel hangs from a vine and is distressed by this but her breathing is not inhibited
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yaybees
if you’re super sensitive to eye things, there is a scene where maribel’s glasses fill with sand and she has to wipe sand from in her eyelids
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ajmiller03
Mirabel gets cut by a fallen roof tile. She is quickly healed by her mother
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Deny005
Really briefly
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lyre
It shows someone's wrist cartoonishly snapped before being magically healed.
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carturo222
We're briefly made to believe someone falls to their death. One moment later, we see the distance was laughably short.
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LokiPhantom
The stairs turn into a slide while kids are on them but the kids are shown to be having fun (it's sliding not quite falling)
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Does a kid die?
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OneirosDream
In reference to Tadyr's comment, the character in question is supposed to get engaged to someone her abuela approves of, but in deleted scenes she has a secret boyfriend/ male love interest. There's no cheating because she and the almost-fiancé aren't in a relationship: everyone just assumes they will be, and she's afraid to disappoint them.
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TheCassandraComplex
There are two flashback sequences which show the moments leading up to a young father being murdered by men on horseback with machetes. The murder itself is not shown explicitly as it cuts to another character reacting instead. However, in the second flashback, the wife/mother’s pain and grief while holding her infant triplets as her husband is cut down is very realistic and heartbreaking.
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RobinLlama
(Spoilers) Mirabel enters a secret tunnel in the house, everything goes dark and in a flash of light Bruno shows up. He's not an evil character, but the scene is definitely a jumpscare
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Are there razors?
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Fydelia
When Bruno sees the future his eyes glow green but he’s not actually possessed.
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Nikita.Rose
Felix spits out drink after hearing a secret.
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doesthedogdie.comfan
100% safe movie, nothing resembling this in any way.
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KathrenHunter
One of the characters has the power to heal people with food, and a line of sick and injured folks is shown receiving food from her. They all recover after eating the food.
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carturo222
One character whose mood affects the weather is frequently shown fretting and causing storms.
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TheCassandraComplex
There’s a character with preternatural hearing ability but the film does not delve into how she experiences this ability.
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SiRenfield
One of the core themes of the movie is inter generational trauma, such as Abuela regarding the civil war that caused her family to flee their village and the death of her husband
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TheCassandraComplex
Someone self-sacrifices in a flashback.
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TheCassandraComplex
There’s a character with neurodivergent traits who is ostracized by his family but not specifically because of his neurodivergent traits. However, his family does refer to him as weird and creepy and references his way of speaking (muttering, mumbling…) as a negative. ————————— Edit to address other commenter: Being superstitious and neurodivergent are not mutually exclusive. Bruno’s superstitious rituals are incidental to the MANY other neurodivergent traits he has. I don’t necessarily think he’s specifically autistic (which is why I used “neurodivergent” instead of “autistic”) but there’s enough there for plenty of us to identify with him. I think it’s important to err on the side of caution and warn folks if there’s even a small chance they could be triggered by a storyline.
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akoifish
There is a cutting scene, but it's on accident
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carturo222
A very beautiful young woman is stressed that her family expects her to look perfect at all times.
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kayokojiro001
Not in the movie, but in a deleted scene, a character talks about how another character tells his mother that he wants to die after she says that he is dead to her.
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Littleolme
Mirabel gets trapped and almost dies in a small room filled with sand.
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HickoryDickoryProductions
Camilo helps calm a crying infant in his first scene.
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lovelyraincoat
We're shown the announcement of pregnancy and then the babies in the next scene.
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carturo222
No, and there's a male shapeshifter who often takes a female form and everyone accepts it.
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Littleolme
There are scenes can be interpret as metaphors for ableism (though it's potrayed as wrong) - Mirabel is sometimes mocked, excluded and feels useless because she doesn't have any powers and Bruno is completely ostracized for having a "gift" that is completely fine on its own but feels like an inconvenience for others. Both characters get happy endings, though.
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SiRenfield
While there’s no confirmed LGBT+ characters , the only death that we know of is of a presumably straight man as far as we can tell
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solace
a male character who can shapeshift is mistaken for his sister, but this was his intention. because he’s a shapeshifter.
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carturo222
One character laments having gained weight. It's a single line by a very minor character, but the scene is intended as comedy.
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TheCassandraComplex
The four black (Afro-Colombian) characters are all unharmed throughout the film. Only one is ever in any real danger and he is immediately saved.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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carturo222
One character describes a soap opera he made up in his mind, where two relatives have a "forbidden love." It's only described, not shown.
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TheCassandraComplex
Very briefly, the Madrigal’s home is destroyed. It is almost immediately rebuilt in a musical montage. We (the audience) do not not see where or how the Madrigals were housed while the Casita was being rebuilt. Also, a character is ostracized by his family and lives in the walls for years. Technically he is sheltered but he only gets by stealing scraps of food and other discarded goods.
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TheCassandraComplex
No gun violence but I’m not sure where else to put this... In the beginning and near the end of the film, there are two flashbacks which show a village being terrorized by violent maurauders and the villagers are forced to flee as the village burns behind them. They are then chased down by the attackers. The film shows the moments leading up to a young father being murdered by men on horseback with machetes. Nothing is shown explicitly and it’s done in a sorta vague “storytelling” way, but the grief is very realistic and the whole thing might be triggering for folks who lived through La Violencia specifically or even something similar. My brother (a former refugee from El Salvador) had to leave the room for a few minutes after the second flashback.
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carturo222
One character has inflammation from bee stings, exaggerated for comedic effect.
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