They are attacked by Mongolians, and the fate of China hangs in the balance. He agrees, but when he meets Mulan, he learns that she cannot be dissuaded and so decides to help her in the perilous times ahead. The one member must be a man, but in Mulan's family, the only male is her injured father. Keep in mind it's nothing extraordinary and you can skip this film with a clear conscience, but if you happen to get to watching it for whatever reason you'll probably find the film entertaining and definitely watchable. Its says u should follow and trust your heart. Disney animation has done it again. I would say it's a movie which must be watched two times.
And while she does share some traits among this list, she stands out because she does something that these do not. Mulan is a thinker, and a do-er. After the princesses unexpectedly fall in love with the Gang of Three, Mulan decides to help them escape the fate of marrying men they do not love. So it is a great pleasure to be able to show my daughter a story of a strong and intelligent girl - Mu Lan and its great that Mu Lan and we are both ethnically Chinese. Reviewed by jmbwithcats 7 Mulan 2 picks up a month after part 1 closes, with Mulan and General Shang receiving special orders to escort 3 princesses to be wed and thus create a joined alliance that protects China. But it took me a while as adult to see how the subconscious message of helplessness in these fairy tales can reinforce the existing values of society and parents that girls are meant to be saved. I find myself treading a fine line between letting her enjoy the fairy tale and occasionally commenting on the fact that perhaps some of these princesses just don't do enough to help themselves and how they can help themselves a little bit more.
If you haven't seen it, then do so, you won't regret it. The plot line isn't really a surprise when you break it down. Rather than punish Mulan with death, the commander sends her away presumably to die. Mushu, meanwhile, is taking full advantage of his status as a hero, much to the disgust of Mulan's Ancestors, who must attend to his every whim. The animation is very good, and the story has good pacing, and care of plot. She isn't like Ariel, who wants to be someone else.
Keep in mind that simplicity isn't necessarily a bad thing when done right. If it were night, I would have. Of the rest of the supporting cast, I will only mention four of them as being memorable in any real way. She pretends to be a man and does the training to go to war against the Huns who invaded China. There's only so much I can enjoy of a barney video. Unknown to her, her ancestors are aware of this and to prevent it, they order a tiny disgraced dragon, Mushu to join her in order to force her to abandon her plan. A movie to be enjoyed by parents and kids alike.
Overall, a wonderful movie to the Disney list. Oh yeah, the film is a musical too. And she sacrifices herself for the sake of others, like Hercules. What is really great about this film is it's overall sense and essence of fun that the first kind of kept mellow and shied away from. I don't want to destroy her pleasure in these fairy tales, after all, I loved them too. The kids will love it, and adults will enjoy watching it with them. After the princesses unexpectedly fall in love with the Gang of Three, Mulan decides to help them escape the fate of marrying men they do not love.
Knowing that he would never survive the rigours of war in his state, she decides to disguise herself and join in his place. The man voice isn't in this movie Thank you. La bella y valiente heroína Mulan, siempre acompañada por su dragón guardián, Mushu y sus nuevos amigos, recibe la noticia más emocionante de su vida cuando el General Shang pide su mano en matrimonio, pero las sorpresas acaban de comenzar… El travieso Mushu intentará separar a la feliz pareja durante el tiempo que sea posible para mantener así su trabajo como dragón guardián. I think we can all guess what happens. Before the two can have their happily ever after, the Emperor assigns them a secret mission, to escort three princesses to Qui Gong, China.
The voice acting is very terrific and did their best with the material they've been given and the animation, while below the original's standards, is obviously quite good and is the best animation I've seen in a Disney direct-to-video sequel this far. It'll just bring you a few laughs. There is nothing on this film that makes it stand out. According to Chinese legend, Mulan, the only child of an aging soldier, disguised herself as a male to take her sickly father's place fighting evil invaders. When Mulan told them she had an idea to help the emperor faster, they were the first to her side, even when Shang was still reluctant to do so.
Do I remember the songs? I didn't find the soundtrack themes as good as part 1, but was enjoyable, and sequence music was fine as well. The story entreats us with a theme of following your heart, which the princesses find is to be like ordinary girls, and not lose their lives even if to save the kingdom. She isn't like Jasmine, who sits in luxury, waiting to be swept off her feet by Prince Charming, just like Snow White, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, and almost any female character that Disney brings to life. Another thing is Shang's lack of personality about halfway through and how Mushu became so incredibly selfish that his character seemed out of place. Chi-Fu, the emperor's consultant, was a reminder of the way many men looked at women in this culture. The story entreats us with a theme of following your heart, which the princesses find is to be like ordinary girls, and not lose their lives even if to save the kingdom. This was a way of telling a story, as any movie is.