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Fa Mulan gets the surprise of her young life when her love, Captain (now General) Li Shang asks for her hand in marriage. Before the two can have their happily ever after, the Emperor assigns them a secret mission, to escort three princesses to Qui Gong, China. Mushu is determined to drive a wedge between the couple after he learns that he will lose his guardian job if Mulan marries into the Li family. 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. This contradicts the Emperor's orders and forces him to put Mulan's relationship with Shang into question. They are attacked by Mongolians, and the fate of China hangs in the balance. —Megan Burney.
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Aug 15, 2021 at 09:47 PM
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One of the Worst Disney Sequels ever made
This was one of the Worst Disney Sequels of all timeMushu goes from being a likable comic relief as he is in the first film to a despicable, self-centered jerk for no apparent reason other than to not lose his job. In fact, he's so despicable that he could very well be the film's metaphorical antagonist. In fact, the moment he succeeded in breaking up Mulan and Shang turned him into one of the most hated Disney characters of all-time.Shang is also ludicrously cowardly in one scene: he runs away from four small animal critters - a squirrel, a skunk, a porcupine, and a mouse. Really? Skunks lives in America, not ChinaSome laughable lines due to the poor writing, like Mulan's "Duty to my heart" line.While the animation looks pretty great compared to other direct-to-video Disney movies, the way the characters are animated is a huge contrast from the first film. In the original, the main characters move realistically and the comic relief characters move cartoon-ish. In this film, however, all the characters move like comic reliefs which are out of place compared to the first film. Facial expressions can be awkward at times. For example, when Shang says "And next time, don't leave your post!", his eyes shrink as if he just turned into a Moron. the Angry Face what Shang made when he tells mulan to don't leave her post is so over the top and it also made Tommy Wiseau's Yelling from The Room Movie sounded more Dignified.While the first movie has more songs, this movie had only 3 songs while the new ones are not as good (except for "Lesson Number One").The plot is nowhere near as exciting as the first movie. Speaking of the story, it completely abandons the main plot towards the end of the movie as it supposedly and accidentally dooms China by three days by the Emperor himself, without even acknowledging it. There are only two action scenes, and only one of them has a fight scene. In fact, what makes this even worse is that certain countries changed the title to Mulan II: The Final War, and we simply have to ask "what final war?", if not, This film should be called "Mulan II: the Death of China".It is never explained who are the bandits (even its meant supposedly look like Mongolian spies, judging their clothing?) that attack are and are just there for a fight scene. Speaking of Which, the first mulan film had famous action scenes, here, the scene where Mulan and Shang are fighting off the Bandits is the only action scene in the movieThere's really no danger or main physical antagonist to the plot of the movie except for Mushu due to worrying he'll lose his job if Mulan gets married, and those probably Bandits/Mongolian spies(?) in the fighting scene as the only closet thing of antagonists.Shang's fake-out death is a blatant rip-off of Cliffhanger.The fact that the Mongols will slaughter millions of people if the arranged marriage doesn't go through is treated more like an afterthought and not a big deal.Some moments are mean-spirited, like the punch-in-the-face cliché scene.Anachronism: despite the film taking place a month after the first movie, somehow the Huns in this film become quickly the Mongolian Empire all within those 30-31 days, despite being eight-nine centuries apart in real-life as the first film is loosely take place in the final years of the Han-Xiongnu War.This movie was an insult to the original Mulanit's way Worse than Belle's Magical WorldI'll just pray that the live-action remake will be so much better than this movie.
Entertaining, surprising, yet a little off
I didn't think Mulan II was awful and I certainly didn't hate it. I found the material to be pretty sophisticated for a Disney movie, particularly for a sequel. The relationship issues were were complex and thoughtful, and I agree with a previous comment that the movie does a good job of building and expanding on what we saw in the first movie. I enjoyed the addition of the the three daughters as characters as well and the return of Ling, Yao, and Chien Po. Overall I thought the movie was charming, entertaining, and it made me grin. There were also some very dramatic scenes in the movie that I thought were just outstanding and ground-breaking for a Disney animated feature.Having said that, I also have to say that I was disappointed that the feel of the movie did not match the first. In fact it was completely different, and I found many of the characters to be extremely out of character, particularly Shang and Mulan. They just did not seem like themselves, based on our understanding of who they are from the original film. There are moments in which the way they react to events is completely over the top (for example, Shang's anger when he thinks Mulan is gossiping about him to the princesses). His facial expressions even become exaggerated in cartoon fashion. Basically, the movie did not have the serene, serious, yet beautiful feeling of the first. Instead it was like the movie was completely thrown to a group of writers and directors who were given semblances of who the characters are and then ran off with it. Shang, Mulan, and Ling acted so off sometimes that it seemed like their voice actors changed. I was surprised that B.D. Wong, Ming-Na, and Gedde Watanabe were still doing their parts, despite how familiar I am with their voices.Mulan II is enjoyable, but it's nothing like the first. I think I could best describe it as watching a Mulan fan fiction come to life.... entertaining but with a few ummms in there.
Heart & Humor great sequel *spoiler*
Mulan 2 has a tremendous amount of heart and humor. I think the directing and the wonderful script go a long way to make up for some of the animation quality and actually it's really only one scene in particular where the animation is only so-so. There are scenes that are breathtakingly beautiful like the images of rice paddies which look like beautiful pastel paintings. The script is far better than most direct to video films. It is certainly as good, if not better, than most animated films that you'd see in the theaters. The jokes are fabulous and laugh out loud funny. There are moments of true suspense and warmth. I saw a special screening of the film that was not for employees and the audience had a wonderful time- laughing and teary eyed. Many little girls were playing Mulan after the lights when up. It was really adorable. The scene in the beginning where Mulan is practicing her fighting techniques with the little girls of the village is make-your-face-hurt-from-smiling wonderful.I also liked that Mulan seems to have grown from the first movie to this one. She seems to have learned life lessons and made choices in this film that show this growth. Yet she still remains the Mulan that we love who follows her heart. Often it really captures eastern ideas, other times it just brushes upon them. But come on, it's a Disney film not a philosophy lesson.
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