If you watched Encanto, You must have had at least one of its soundtrack bangs ringing in your head. The series has generated a lot of success, much of it focusing on the strength (and intergenerational baggage) of each member of the Madrigal family. This includes the fact that the Madrigal family – poor, poor Bruno – whose “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” has been abandoned for 10 weeks has been on the Billboard Hot 100 list, mostly in the top 5. This song has been in my head without rent since the movie came out. And the YouTube algorithm helped me capture a lot of replays Official music videoso it served me some choice fan editing.
Here’s the initiator: It’s all about mice. Any fan edits that appear on my homepage involve the rats Bruno uses as pets, friends, and helpers. I don’t know how or why there are so many of them (fan edits are mouse-centric, not mouse-centric), but I feel compelled to share them, since they’re the opposite of a mouse. true symbol of beauty.
In “We Don’t Talk About Bruno,” the supposed villain of the man is depicted by his “seven-foot-long frame” and “rats along his back.” It sounds exaggerated, but here’s the thing about Bruno: The latter accusation is more or less true. These rats are his friends. They live with him and play between his things – like running along a vinyl record on a record as it plays, or piling into a pair of his hanging pants. The man created an entire box of balls for his mouse friends, which he calls his “entertainment”.
I really can’t rate him. (Okay, maybe a little.) But the rats actually seemed like better friends than his real family, choosing to drag his name into the mud, rather than trying to understand. the nature of his strength.
This is a version of the “7 foot rat” video that includes Snapping a picture of a rat’s face on Bruno’s face, every time he says “rats”.
And here’s the full-length version of the song with the “rats” constantly being edited.
I won’t deny lighting the algorithm’s fire. Every time I click on one of these, YouTube serves me a few more – you could tell they keep coming, like mice.
Disney is no stranger to animated films about rodents. These little boys have appeared in movies like Zootopia. Some even aspire to be chefs, as in vegetable soup. Here’s a real fan edit incorporating Remy, Pixar’s little chef.
Honestly, in the Disney mouse power ranking that’s always in my head (don’t ask me about this), Bruno’s mice don’t rank that very high. There are so many of them, I don’t feel any attachment to the individual mouse characters. But as a unit? Unstoppable.
https://www.polygon.com/22967174/encanto-we-dont-talk-about-bruno-rat-fan-edits Enjoy this rat fan’s ‘We Don’t Talk About Bruno’ rat edit amount