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cupcakeslushie · 7 months
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Dick relates to Surface Pressure too much. Meanwhile Jason has “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” stuck in his head for some weird reason, and Tim is kinning Isabella.
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gelbraddy · 11 months
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“Was Hercules ever like ‘Yo I don’t wanna fight Cerberus-,?”
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ben-m-l · 11 months
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*everyone in the crowd waiting to find out what Dolores's gift is*
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opheliashes · 11 months
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On Being an Eldest Daughter
Surface Pressure, Encanto // Mother, Florence + The Machine // Class of 2013, Mitski // Breathe, In the Heights // Mama Who Bore Me, Spring Awakening // @queeerpride​ // Mirrorball, Taylor Swift // Mommy Issues: Unlearning Inherited Pain, Joan Tierney
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lookimadeasomething · 9 months
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"And I glow 'cause I know what my worth is..."
Luisa Madrigal 💙✨
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se-shat · 11 months
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I love that when the house starts to fall apart and they watch the candle, it isn't just Mirabel running to save it. She's the only successful one because she's used to doing everything without a gift so the powers fading doesn't deter her, but she wasn't the only one wanting to try despite being the only person actively doing things to save the miracle. Throughout the movie, her sisters and cousins help. Dolores pushes Mirabel towards Luisa because of her twitching eye, Luisa pushes Mirabel to Bruno's tower, and Antonio lets Mirabel and Bruno use his room to see the future. Then we see Isabela and Camilo running to try and save that candle just as desperately as we see Mirabel run for it. The movie is centered around Mirabel trying to save the miracle and the family, but seeing all these moments that show she's not as alone as she seems to feel is beautiful
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neo--queen--serenity · 11 months
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Thinking about when Luisa tells Mirabel, “last night—when you saw the cracks—I felt weak,” I was struck by how she said “WHEN,” not “if,” not once questioning if what Mirabel said was true, and how it’s the first, possibly the only time she got verbal affirmation that someone in her family believed her and took her seriously the night she told them something was wrong with La Casita.
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Surface Pressure
It's pressure like a drip, drip, drip, that'll never stop,
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Pressure that'll tip, tip, tip till you just go pop,
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Give it to your sister, your sister's older
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Give her all the heavy things we can't shoulder
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Who am I if I can't run with the ball? If I fall to
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Pressure like a grip, grip, grip, and it won't let go,
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Pressure like a tick, tick, tick till it's ready to blow, 
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Give it to your sister, your sister's stronger
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See if she can hang on a little longer
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Who am I if I can't carry it all? If I falter
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Give it to your sister, it doesn't hurt and
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See if she can handle every family burden
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Watch as she buckles and bends, but never breaks
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No mistakes
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Under the surface I'm pretty surе I'm worthless if I can't be of service
So Surface Pressure is both a bop and full of trauma and I love it. I know Luisa is the middle sister, but the song gives some major eldest daughter vibes 
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em-gray · 11 months
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“my child is fine” your child is relating to every single one of the madrigals’ songs
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giulscomix · 10 months
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“Welcome home, Tìo” - Part 3    Luisa
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"Welcome home, Tìo" - Part 3, Luisa. Part 4 with Camilo coming soon...
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centipeettle · 11 months
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An animatic I have been working on for a while :o) !!! It took around 2 weeks to finish, so enjoy!
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nicothepoet · 11 months
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"my eldest child is completely fine" your eldest child keeps listening to the song Surface Pressure from the Disney film Encanto
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clownmoontoon · 10 months
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YOOOO MORE ACCOLADES FOR ENCANTO!! 🦋
"WE DONT TALK ABOUT BRUNO" AND "SURFACE PRESSURE" ARE CERTIFIED PLATINUM RECORDS!!!!! 💿💿💿💿
"THE FAMILY MADRIGAL" AND "WHAT ELSE CAN I DO" ALONG W THE ENTIRE REST OF THE SOUNDTRACK ARE CERTIFIED GOLD!!! 📀📀📀📀
THIS IS INCREDIBLE AND UNHEARD OF FOR AN ANIMATED MUSICAL!!! AND SO SOOO WELL DESERVED
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marauders4evr · 11 months
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"Why does Luisa work out if she already has super strength?" and "Imagine how hilarious it was when this five-year-old got super buff!" These takes are both missing the point, you fools! (You are not fools.) But I'm pretty sure the miracle didn't just automatically give five-year-old Luisa toned muscles. It gave her super strength and over the next fourteen years, she used that super-strength to work out, every day, until she was muscular. (This is also the reason Mr. Incredible went 'soft' until the montage where he worked out.) The movie implies that Luisa doesn't think she's strong enough, so she's constantly under pressure to work out, building her muscles more and more, so that she will never be 'weak' and 'let the family down'. Hence why she is extremely muscular. It was all her own hard work.
(That being said, all of these depictions of five-year-old-super-buff Luisa are adorable and hilarious, so keep making those.)
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encanto-side-blog · 11 months
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saiscribbles · 10 months
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I can’t be the only one whose thought of this.
Yes I picked this part with these lyrics for the irony.
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