Mulan (2020)

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Mulan
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"She's good at everything, but it isn't earned." — Angry Joe
Genre: Fantasy
Action
Drama
Directed By: Niki Caro
Produced By: Chris Bender
Jake Weiner
Jason T. Reed
Written By: Rick Jaffa
Amanda Silver
Lauren Hynek
Elizabeth Martin
Based On: Disney's Mulan by Tony Bancroft and Barry Cook
Ballad of Mulan by Guo Maoqian
Starring: Yifei Liu
Donnie Yen
Tzi Ma
Jason Scott Lee
Yoson An
Ron Yuan
Gong Li
Jet Li
Cinematography: Mandy Walker
Distributed By: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Release Date: March 9, 2020 (Hollywood)
September 4, 2020 (United States)
Runtime: 115 minutes
Country: United States
Language: English
Budget: $200 million
Box Office: $70.1 million
Franchise: Mulan
Sequel: Untitled Mulan sequel


"Have you ever seen a movie that pissed you off so badly you make a whole YouTube channel just to roast it? That's me, with Mulan 2020."

Xiran Jay Zhao

"I was very much looking forward to seeing this movie. The original animation is one of my favorite Disney movies of the 90s', but this movie is inferior to that film in virtually every way."

Chris Stuckmann

Mulan is a 2020 American fantasy action drama film and is the live-action adaptation of Disney's traditionally-animated 1998 film of the same name. It was directed by Niki Caro and written by Rick Jaffa, Amanda Silver, Lauren Hynek and Elizabeth Martin. Plans for a live-action remake began in 2010 but the project stalled in development hell before filming finally began in August 2018.

The film held the world premiere at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on March 9, 2020 and was scheduled to have a wide theatrical release, but it was delayed multiple times as a result of the currently-ongoing COVID-19 pandemic; it was ultimately released on Disney+ on September 4, 2020.

Plot

When the Emperor of China issues a decree that one man per family must serve in the Imperial Army to defend the country from Northern invaders, Hua Mulan, the eldest daughter of an honored warrior, steps in to take the place of her ailing father. Masquerading as a man, Hua Jun, she is tested every step of the way and must harness her inner-strength and embrace her true potential. It is an epic journey that will transform her into an honored warrior and earn her the respect of a grateful nation... and a proud father.

Bad Qualities

  1. Specific story elements from the original film are absent here, which can lead to people having to rely on watching the original film in order to understand what is going on.
    • Several iconic and memorable scenes are also absent, including when Mulan prepares to join the army the night before; as a result of the absence of these scenes, the film feels less impactful than it should be.
  2. Numerous characters from the original film are missing, specifically the spirits of Mulan's ancestors, Cri-kee and, most infamously, Mushu and fan-favorite Li Shang.
    • Mushu, a dragon (a symbol of masculinity), on the other hand, is replaced with a Phoenix (a symbol of femininity), which does nothing else other than guide Mulan as to where she needs to go. As a result, the phoenix only exists just to advance the plot.
    • Mulan's grandmother is also pointlessly replaced by her younger sister, who only serves to advance the plot.
    • In what is seemingly a desperate attempt to appeal to political correctness, Li Shang was split into two separate characters, Commander Tung and Chen Honghui, as a response to the #MeToo movement.
      • The worst part that Jason T. Reed who is the producer of this film remove him by saying "having a commanding officer that is also the sexual love interest was very uncomfortable and we didn't think it was appropriate". But he later said that Li Shang would become a "LGBTQ icon". You can't just remove him only to make him an LGBT icon.
      • And what's worst that's also not knowing that some army commanders in real life even today can have a love interest. This shows Jason T. Reed's lack of faith in telling an accurate story or showing a serious matter in real life.
    • Additionally, Shan Yu and his falcon Hayabusa were replaced by Bori Khan and Xian Lang.
  3. The film is also far less cinematic than in the original at times: for example, in the original film, when Mulan leaves home to join the army, the scene is set in the night and it is literally stormy, and Mulan is shown suiting up in her father's armor and cutting her hair before leaving, moments before her family discover that she has left during the middle of the storm, which heightens the tension, but here, it immediately cuts to Mulan already wearing her father's armor and later her family wakes up in the morning only to find that she has left.
  4. The story is inferior to not only the original film but also the original Chinese folklore:
    • Unlike in the original film, Mulan herself is rather overpowered from the get-go; as a result, she is harder to relate to and her character arc and is ruined, and thus she comes more across as woke to pander than an actual character.
      • For example, she is able to climb the mountain without any apparent effort or talent; one could excuse this as her Chi abilities manifesting, but it still makes her less relatable.
      • Another example is when Chen Honghui finds her in the lake, she says he is not her friend and he just goes away without their relationship breaking as a result; she also never struggles with what she did and she also doesn't have to pay the price. However, the next time they see each other, they are somehow good as friends as before, which serves as a problem. For a film being about the obstacle of a woman in a man's world, the movie sure doesn't try making such a claim into an obstacle; as a result, everything that Mulan takes is free and easy, which ends up feeling like two hours of forgettable vanilla.
    • Idiot move: During the snowfall battle, Commander Tung has his troops hold still during the battle, which would get them killed easily.
    • Bori Khan, compared to Shan Yu, is intentionally sexist, ending up as more woke pandering, as he horridly treated his right-hand Xian Lang and once dismissed Mulan as a "child." He also feels like a generic warlord who wants to take over a kingdom as revenge for wronging him.
    • Xian Lang suddenly redeems herself out of nowhere without any real build-up whatsoever.
      • Her redemption, followed by her expulsion, means less when her companions do not know the value of her deeds; no one saw her actions to bring down an avalanche, saving all of them (but physically only saving one).
      • Her sacrifice to protect Mulan is also rather pointless, as she could turn into a thousand bats or ravens to catch the arrow heading towards Mulan.
    • In the beginning of the film, Mulan is forbidden from using her powers during battle, but ultimately decides to use said powers later on; this plot element about her being forbidden from using her powers is never brought up again afterwards.
    • The romance and chemistry between Mulan and Chen Honghui feels rather forced.
    • At one point during the battle in the mountains, Mulan baits the villains into shooting the mountains themselves to cause the avalanche, which makes them seem incompetent and thus less threatening.
    • The film ultimately ends up being another generic fantasy action film; as a result, it also becomes unnecessarily intense, compared to the comedic tone of the original film.
      • It even feels more like a European fantasy film more than a Chinese one.
  5. Very poor editing throughout the film, even from an experienced film editor, with one notable example being several of the action scenes repeatedly zipping to different shots just to cover up the botched action scenes.
    • Another example is in the scene where the soldiers are called up to bathe, in which Mulan ends up as inherently different from every other soldier, which creates a big problem. Instead of using the inherent potential of this scene in the film and forcing Mulan to overcome the challenge of not physically fitting in with others, the film skips over the whole thing, effectively wasting whatever potential the prior scene tried to set up; it also seemingly never makes Mulan's physical difference a problem that the viewers have to overcome.
    • Because of this, whenever there is a new opportunity for the story to try out something new and worthy, it suddenly gets skipped over and when the story actually has new opportunities to try out, there are far and few between. Ultimately, the film ends up as a watered-down rehash of the original in which we always know what is going to happen and how it would happen, and as a result, the film is less interesting and more needlessly boring.
      • One example is the commander interrogation scene, which was built on the threat that he would find out Mulan's identity as a woman. Even if there is such a threat (when there is none), the scene still doesn't work, because there is no conflict or dread or anything in it, since the viewer knew that Commander Tung hasn't found out Mulan's identity because it doesn't happen until after the avalanche and the only way to fix this is to give the viewers something new.
  6. Poor choreography and stunt-work during the action scenes which makes it feel like the characters are having a dance-off then fighting.
  7. Out-of-sync sound mixing; an example is when Xian Lang throws her shuriken to kill a soldier, you can hear the sound of it hitting before it could actually hit the soldier.
  8. The movie blatantly copy-pastes the final line of The Ballad of Mulan involving two rabbits running side by side, while missing the whole point of the metaphor.
  9. The pacing of the film is often too fast, with certain sequences and scenes being suddenly skipped, which can throw viewers off and force them to think quickly about what happened in order to catch up with what is going on.
    • One notable example of this is that was hinted that Mulan would be executed if her identity was revealed, but nothing happens to actualize such a threat; as a result, nobody is ever executed, even when Mulan reveals her identity as a woman.
  10. The action sequences were filmed using a higher-than-usual frame-rate to help in making visually impressive slow-motion scenes; while this sounds like a good idea on paper, this results in unrealistically erratic character movement, such as soldiers or horses moving too fast.
  11. Overuse of computer-generated imagery, which results in specific shots and many of the action scenes feeling less realistic than it should be.
  12. Many of the morals in this film feel rather forced, as they are mostly shown through scenes in which a character realizes their mistakes or wrongdoings and tries to change their ways for the better.
    • The film's main theme of female empowerment ends up as being powerless because it was handled in a flat and two-dimensional way.
      • One notable example is when we happen to hear a young Mulan as a rowdy little girl and then her parents begin to overhear the problems her rowdiness is causing, so they want her to grow up and become a real woman before it is too late. However, it turns out that said message is actually the anti-theme, whereas the true message is that a woman should grow up to be who they truly are. In the movie, the viewer actually learns the answer to the core question for five minutes in, but it gets prolonged waiting for the viewers to get it and when they finally do, it does not carry much impact.
    • It was also explicitly stated in the film that if anyone tries to bring a female to the camp, it results in death. There was also the constant threat of Mulan's identity being discovered, but unfortunately, they fail to work, as none of the viewers would buy the commander to hurt Mulan just because she is a woman as there is no logic behind that, even if it was real at the time.
  13. Despite trying to be much more realistic than the original film, there is still plenty of unrealistic bits, such as the questionable grasp regarding Chinese culture, beliefs and folklore, battle sequences lacking blood, the unrealistically small set pieces, or the fact that everyone in the cast speaks perfect English despite the film taking place in Imperial China, which, at worst, comes across as self-contradictory.
    • The setting is unfaithful to the source material. The original folklore was set in Northern Wei, at where Mulan is a servant of a Khan, not in modern Northwest China.
    • The phoenix here is portrayed as a Western one instead of an Eastern one, as Western phoenixes can return from the dead. Also, the Phoenix is also portrayed as the emperor's guardian instead of the dragon.
    • Xian Lang feels out-of-place for a film set in ancient China, as witches canonically do not exist in Chinese folklore.
      • As Xiran Jay Zhao pointed out, while there are women in China who can do magic, such as shamans and soothsayers, those women are respected and generally hold high positions in court. The only way someone would be criminalized for magic-related crimes would be for trying to use their power to harm someone (e.g. using a voodoo doll on someone). Therefore, Xian Lang being ostracized by society simply for practicing magic would make no sense.
    • The appearances of Tulou, which are supposed to exist only in Southern China, not only do not fit the movie's setting, but it causes more plot holes regarding the distances. The Rourans, who come from the north, would have to go six hundred miles to attack the South. Not helping matters is that Mulan somehow got this far just to catch up to them without resting.
    • The inscription of "Loyal, Brave, True" on Mulan's sword doesn't make sense, because truth, in general, is not considered as one of the core morals of Chinese beliefs. A Chinese person also wouldn't have random characters inscribed onto their sword, which would normally have some sort of saying like "Devotion to my country" or simply the name of the owner. The calligraphy also looks like a font created by Microsoft.
  14. There is a lack of music from the original film; as a result, several scenes are much less impactful, leading to a lack of depth.
  15. The inclusion of Chi, which is barely anything more than a carbon-copy of the Force from the Star Wars franchise. It goes off with little-to-no explanation near the end, as Mulan is not physically manifesting her Chi.
    • Also, Chi is not a magical power, as depicted in the movie; it is actually a traditional idea in martial arts and Chinese medicine concerning the life force of a person. It is the basis of a form of treatment known as acupuncture.
  16. Laughable and monotonous dialogue, notably "I'm truly blessed to be in the presence of such enchanting women," as well as "Join me, we will take our place together."
  17. The actors sound extremely emotionless whenever speaking; Liu Yifei's performance as the titular character was also stale for the most part.
  18. Given that the film demonizes Tibetans and the Uyghurs, it makes itself a pro-China propaganda film, regardless of whether or not this was actually the intention of the writers.
    • An example is that the villain, Bori Khan, makes a passing reference to his conquered homeland. The implication, perhaps, is that his father was a leader of the now colonized Northwest China before the reigning emperor killed him. He "unites the tribes", where in reality he plans to displace the colonists and is served by black-clad elite guards who are heavily coded as Middle Eastern assassins, giving out a dash of Islamophobia.
    • The film's imagery is such that when Mulan takes up the sword to fight, she does so to suppress revolt in recently conquered border possessions and defend her empire’s economic dominance of the Silk Road.
    • During the end credits, the film infamously thanks an organization that allegedly imprisons Muslims in concentration camps.
  19. Anachronism: The name 'The Silk Road' dates from the end of the 19th century and was of European origin. This far later than when this film takes place.
  20. The huge problem with this film is it is trying to please all sides of the coin within the audience. (e.g The Chinese who wants an accurate version of the story, SJWs who want the story to be politically correct, and the Old Fans who want the story to be like the original) But in the end it ends up pleasing no one.
    • Also the film was poorly received by Chinese critics and audiences alike. You know you mess up when the audience of your target country is not happy with your film.

Good Qualities

  1. Unlike several of the previous Disney live-action remakes whose plots are simply carbon-copies of their original counterparts, this film's plot at least tries to be different from the original and bring something new and fresh, whilst giving itself a more realistic and darker tone.
  2. The action scenes are passable, despite their issues.
  3. Bori Khan's motives of his intentions to take over China was fleshed out, and his motivation for all of this was that his father was executed by the Emperor, whereas Shan Yu only wanted to take over China in the original film due to a lust for power.
  4. Despite the phoenix being a rather unnecessary character, the idea of a phoenix being Mulan's guardian is amazing symbolism for her character and matches her personality perfectly.
  5. The scenery and environments are visually spectacular whenever the computer-generated imagery doesn't heavily get in the way.
  6. Aside from Liu Yifei and some specific actors, several of the other actors, specifically Gong Li, Yoson An, and Jet Li, give great performances.
  7. Despite her acting being rather mediocre, Liu Yifei was a decent casting choice to play the titular character.
  8. Great musical score by Harry Gregson-Williams, who composed the Shrek films.
  9. The new Christina Aguilera songs "Loyal, Brave, True" and the brand new arrangement of "Reflection" are great.
  10. Some of the new characters are quite interesting, such as Chen Honghui and Sergeant Qiang.
  11. Ming-Na Wen's brief cameo was one of the very few decent things about this movie.

Reception

Despite Mulan received positive reviews from critics, who praised the action sequences, visuals, and performances, but criticized the screenplay, it received negative reviews from audiences as well as Chinese audiences, who criticized it about the character development, acting, editing, pacing, choreography, morals and the handling of cultural elements as well as the absence of Mushu, Li Shang and songs. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film receiving an approval rating of 74% with an average rating of 6.81/10, and 50% audiences score. The site's critical consensus reads, "It could have told its classic story with greater depth, but the live-action Mulan is a visual marvel that serves as a stirring update to its animated predecessor." On Metacritic, the film has a metascore of 66/100, indicating "generally favorable reviews", and user score of 2.7/10, indicating "generally unfavorable reviews". On IMDb and Letterboxd, the film has an average score of 5.6/10 and 2.8/5 respectively.

Chris Stuckmann gave the film a rating of C-, stating that the film is inferior to the original in every aspect. Angry Joe and his friend, Alex, gave the film a rating of 3/10, while Other Joe gave the film a rating of 4/10, with all of them agreeing that the film is inferior to the original.

Sci-fi/fantasy author Xiran Jay Zhao, a Chinese woman, made a video tearing apart the movie, talking about how inaccurate it is to Chinese culture and how it "spits in the face of the culture."

Videos

Trivia

  • Actor Jason Scott Lee, who portrayed Bori Khan in the film, reportedly mentioned that he was tortured to death every day during the production phase of Mulan. He allegedly had done half an hour of bear crawls and took a rigorous dinner of 10 egg whites with a banana as dessert.[1]
  • Ming-Na Wen, the original voice actress of Mulan in the animated film, cameos as an esteemed guest who introduces Mulan to the Emperor.
  • Campaigns to boycott the movie have started from pre-release when actress Liu Yifei proclaimed that she supported the Chinese-backed Hong Kong police force. Even though such a feud didn't last long, controversy has recently struck Mulan in the form of criticism that the film has stated their support of the Publicity Department of CPC Xinjiang Uygher Autonomous Region Committee and the Turpan Municipality Public Security Bureau, which are among many Chinese organizations blacklisted for humans rights abuses, due to their involvement in the Xinjiang re-education camps.
  • This is the fourth Disney+ original film not to use the Disney+ Original logo after Artemis Fowl, Hamilton, and The One and Only Ivan, as it was released in theatres in countries with open theatres and lacking Disney+ at the time of its release.

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Comments


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LancedSoul

3 months ago
Score 22

R.I.P. Greatest Movies Wiki verison.

Press F to pay respect
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MeMeGuYWasLost

3 months ago
Score 5
F
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ACoolBlaze5

3 months ago
Score 8
F
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DeciduousWater534

3 months ago
Score 12

Rest in pepperoni to that dumpster fire of a page.

2020-2020

Cause of death: Got dunked on by me.
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Official-PSASD

3 months ago
Score 3
f
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Athaggard160

2 months ago
Score 1
F
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Caulipower

20 days ago
Score 1

It deserved to be deleted off Greatest Movies Wiki.

Lesson Learned: Tibetans and Uyghurs need love, making a hate film out of them will lead your film on Awful Movies Wiki.
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Stephenfisher2001

3 months ago
Score 18

CaptainJ

Awwww, come on! I had hopes it would be good! ☹

Welp, another live-action remake that sucks and inferior again.
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Stephenfisher2001

3 months ago
Score 6
NOTE: I didn't say that, I took his comment to save this.
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Stephenfisher2001

3 months ago
Score 6
I always knew it's gonna suck.
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Robertoiglesias271

one month ago
Score 0
Same, especially when they chose to throw out realism by throwing in some stupid witch character.
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SkyBlueYoshi

3 months ago
Score 4
Overall it's just another Disney live action remake that take's itself way, way, WAY too seriously
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EijiZeBoi

3 months ago
Score 10
Even China hates this movie.
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NeedsMoreJPEG

3 months ago
Score 5
The president of China, Winnie the Pooh, censors criticism of this movie.
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Paprika

3 months ago
Score 12
Winnie the Pooh censors all criticism of everything.
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ItMeansNothing

3 months ago
Score 5
Like I said, I expected this to suck after hearing the controversy.
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LancedSoul

3 months ago
Score 16

To quote EnnardTrap1987:

Original Mulan’s message: "Girls, you can be just as good as men, if you try harder!"

Remake Mulan’s message: "Girls, you can be just as good as men, if you have magic powers!"
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YosoysNewAccount

10 days ago
Score 0
"...also fuck uyghurs... and tibetans... and just men in general."
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EijiZeBoi

3 months ago
Score 10
My biggest complaint about this dumpster-fire of a movie is that there are literally no Asian people in the production team or at least people who GREW UP IN CHINA. If they hired some Chinese screenwriters or producers or at least have a Chinese director, this movie would be much, much better.
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DJ2006

one month ago
Score 0
I'm British and even I could make a better remake than this!
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DatCoolRedstoneGuy Est. 2004

3 months ago
Score 3
Mulan deserves better than this weak remake
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ItMeansNothing

3 months ago
Score 7

Disney's Mulan

1998: Let's fight for justice! We shall prove that woman can be just as strong as men! Equal rights!


2020:

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DJ2006

one month ago
Score 0
Woman in video: Hello, I'm a sexist.
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Beatlesfangirl15

3 months ago
Score 1
Don't know why this is in Box office Bombs
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Spongebuff1991

3 months ago
Score 4
It was not even released in theaters.
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LancedSoul

3 months ago
Score 2
That's only on China.
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ACoolBlaze5

3 months ago
Score 2
As well as here in Singapore.
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JDM4678

3 months ago
Score 3

Mushu is absent

Everybody disliked that
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QwertyMan'65

2 months ago
Score -3
This movies deserved to be condemned propganda because of hating tibetans and uyghurs. Just to be said that this movies just an example how to carefully doing effort to make this movie optimally good.
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NeedsMoreJPEG

2 months ago
Score 4
English, please.
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FridayMan

2 months ago
Score 4

Fixed version:

This movie deserved to be condemned due to propganda because of hating tibetans and uyghurs. Just to be said that this movie is just an example of how to be careful on doing effort to make this movie optimally good.
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KokoNigel

2 months ago
Score 0
It is a propaganda film because our main character, Mulan, takes on the Rourans not because they want to conquer her empire, but because Mulan wants to prolong her empire's dominance over the Silk Road.
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XXSeph MySpaceXx

2 months ago
Score 6
I was willing to give this a chance, but I still had a feeling this would suck.
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Azure09

2 months ago
Score 0
This is a good thing that Mulan reeboot is on this wiki. I hated that film, because it's lame.
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Declan Kearns

2 months ago
Score 1
I'm going to say that this movie is the unofficial Ultraviolet 2.
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LancedSoul

2 months ago
Score 4

To quote Stephenfisher2001:

To be honest, I think it's better off being on this wiki because being on Greatest Movies Wiki would've got backlash from the fans of the original.
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HETMAN

2 months ago
Score 1
This movie will probably bomb when its in theaters.
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Beatlesfangirl15

2 months ago
Score -2
I hope so!
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Larryding

one month ago
Score 1
Can everyone please beg the government to build a time machine so we can go back in time to fix 2020 and stop other events that were not supposed to happen who’s with me.
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Dr. Nicholback

one month ago
Score 0
I am! I want to stop COVID!
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CreativePenguin50

one month ago
Score 0
Sign me in... BIG TIME!
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Dr. Nicholback

one month ago
Score 3
Ok Disney, one more SJW movie, you'll be hated by me.
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LancedSoul

one month ago
Score 6

To quote NeedsMoreJPEG:

Mom, can we have the Force?

Mom: No, we have the Force at home.

The Force at home: Chi
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DJ2006

one month ago
Score 3
Even AniMat of all people called out the announcement to split Li Shang into two in an episode of AniMat's Crazy Cartoon Cast.
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AnonymousCrusader

one month ago
Score 1

The huge problem with this film is it tried to please all side of the coin within the audience. (e.g Chinese, SJWs, and Old Fans) But it ends up pleasing no one.

I had watched and I did not enjoy it even as it own film.
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AnonymousCrusader

one month ago
Score 0
And is it me but Chi and Ki rhymes.
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AbareKillerFan 2002

one month ago
Score 1
I think I hated Mulan 2 even more than this movie
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EijiZeBoi

one month ago
Score 4
They made Mulan the Asian Elsa.
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Black sabbath

one month ago
Score 0
this movie is doing very very bad right now
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EdEddandEddyFan

one month ago
Score 0
I think this movie show how far misandrists can get.
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EijiZeBoi

one month ago
Score 0
No, it's China. Not "misandrists."
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Dragos133

26 days ago
Score 0
Again with the remakes? What is this? Whitewashing. It's really bad. Avoid it at any cost.
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EijiZeBoi

26 days ago
Score 0
It's made by white people who think they understand Chinese culture.
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ItMeansNothing

26 days ago
Score 1
Alternative title: Emotionless Chinese Woman Obliterates All Men for Being Men
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EijiZeBoi

26 days ago
Score 2
Better: White People Thinking They Understand China For Two Hours Straight
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Robertoiglesias271

25 days ago
Score 0
I didn’t like this film. Mulan was overpowered and dull as hell, Xian Lang was a pointless crappy character, the acting is SO FUCKING LIFELESS AND DULL AND UNINTERESTING, supporting characters are forgettable, lame, and underdeveloped, Chi is a damn magical power for no reason, and there’s just pointless change after pointless change.
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Eric Cartman 2001

24 days ago
Score 1
which is worse, this or Mulan II?
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Black sabbath

19 days ago
Score 0
this
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Portrock1566

17 days ago
Score 0
Everything old stays old. Not a good idea to remake it at this time.
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ItMeansNothing

17 days ago
Score 0
American China: The Movie
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YukariWayne

16 days ago
Score 0
Mushu does not exist in the original story, I understand the changes.
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EijiZeBoi

12 days ago
Score 0
The fact Xiran Jay Zhao made an entire YouTube channel just to roast this movie is surprising.
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LancedSoul

9 days ago
Score 0
Mulan: European Fantasy Edition
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ECWWCWWWF

8 days ago
Score 0
I amazed how make this movie that bad.It shouldn't that hard.
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EijiZeBoi

3 days ago
Score 0
This movie's a "not like other girls" girl's wet dream.
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ItMeansNothing

2 days ago
Score 0

Guys, have you seen the new Mulan movie? It's really cool and amazing.

*gets stabbed by a knife*

People who support Chinese propoganda deserve to rot in hell.
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Black sabbath

one day 11 hours 44 minutes ago
Score -1
get woke go broke
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ItMeansNothing

one day 11 hours 33 minutes ago
Score 0
No. Never say that again.

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