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Mulan II, the direct-to-video sequel to the Disney hit Mulan, begins with the title character becoming engaged to General Shang. Before they can begin a life of wedded bliss, they must escort a trio of princesses to weddings of their own in order to facilitate a peace between warring nations. Mulan begins to believe her mission may be less than noble upon discovering that the women are being forced into arranged marriages against their will. Mulan ends up opposing her beloved General Shang in order to fight for ...
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Mulan II, the direct-to-video sequel to the Disney hit Mulan, begins with the title character becoming engaged to General Shang. Before they can begin a life of wedded bliss, they must escort a trio of princesses to weddings of their own in order to facilitate a peace between warring nations. Mulan begins to believe her mission may be less than noble upon discovering that the women are being forced into arranged marriages against their will. Mulan ends up opposing her beloved General Shang in order to fight for what is right.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Backstage Disney: Voice of Mulan II - a star-studded feature highlighting the voice cast; The World of Mulan - take a fun-filled tour of China's rich history and culture with your host Mushu; Deleted scenes; Games & activities: Mushu's Guess Who - play a guessing game as Mushu shows off his shadow puppet skills; Music & more: "(I Wanna Be) Like Other Girls" Video - with music by pop sensation Atomic Kitten; Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound; Widescreen (1.78:1) enhanced for 16x9 televisions; French and Spanish language tracks
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Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
Mulan II begins one month after Mulan has saved China. Now worshipful throngs of young girls clamor for this brave, strong, and beautiful heroine to teach them how to "kick butt." And that's reason enough for this direct-to-DVD sequel, which charts the further adventures of one of Disney's new generation of grrrl-empowering heroines. Mulan II lacks the epic scope of the majestic first film, but the scaled-down story does amp up the comedy, as well as the romance between newly engaged couple Mulan and General Shang. Before they can be wed, the emperor commands them to escort his three daughters to a rival kingdom, where they will be wed in a strategic alliance to stave off a Mongolian invasion. The forward-thinking Mulan believes that women should only marry for love, and she is torn between her duty and her heart, especially when the three princesses in her charge fall in love with the rascally Yao, Chien-Po, and Ling along the way. Meanwhile, Mulan and Shang must learn to work in harmony. Most of the original voice cast is back, including: Ming Na as Mulan (sung by Lea Salonga); B. D. Wong as Shang (sung by Donny Osmond); Queen of Cartoons June Foray as Grandmother Fa; Harvey Fierstein as Yao; and Pat Morita as the emperor. A welcome addition to the cast is Lauren Tom as the most impetuous of the princesses. Sorely missed is Eddie Murphy; sound-alike Mark Moseley does the honors as Mushu, but as written, the diminutive dragon quickly wears out his welcome, acting out of character by trying to drive a wedge between Mulan and Shang (it turns out he loses his guardianship if she marries). Among the new songs, "Lesson One" is a good workout along the lines of "I'll Make a Man Out of You" from the first film, and "Like Other Girls" is a girls-just-want-to-have-fun treat. It has been a seven-year wait for this Mulan sequel, which fans will likely welcome as a worthy continuation of the tale.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/1/2005
  • UPC: 786936231403
  • Original Release: 2004
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  • Source: Walt Disney Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Sound: Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Time: 1:19:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Ming-Na Wen Voice Only
B.D. Wong Voice Only
Mark Moseley Voice Only
Lucy Liu Voice Only
Harvey Fierstein Voice Only
Sandra Oh Voice Only
Gedde Watanabe Voice Only
Lauren Tom Voice Only
Jerry Tondo Voice Only
Noriyuki "Pat" Morita Voice Only
George Takei Voice Only
Lea Salonga Voice Only
Technical Credits
Darrell Rooney Director
Lynne Southerland Director
Jennifer Blohm Producer
Michael Lucker Screenwriter
Donald J. Malouf Sound/Sound Designer
Joel McNeely Score Composer
Chris Parker Screenwriter
Roger S.H. Schulman Screenwriter
Robert St. Pierre Production Designer
Jeanine Tesori Score Composer
Jamie Thomason Casting
Lin Hua Zheng Art Director
Pamela Ziegenhagen-Shefland Editor
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Opening Credits [3:12]
2. "Lesson #1" [5:19]
3. Shang's Proposal [3:40]
4. Mushu's on His Way Out! [2:03]
5. Yin & Yang [3:00]
6. The New Mission [2:41]
7. "A Girl Worth Fighting For" [5:09]
8. The Princesses and Their Guards [6:44]
9. Mushu's Meddling [6:08]
10. "Like Other Girls" [4:18]
11. Mushu's Puppet Show [8:53]
12. Breaking a Vow [10:55]
13. Fulfilling the Duty [2:48]
14. The Wedding [5:15]
15. Back on the Pedestal [3:10]
16. End Credits/"Like Other Girls" [5:17]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play
   Disney's Fast Play
   Scene Selection
   Bonus Features
      Deleted Scenes
         Battle Sequence
         Mei Flirts
         The Escape Part 1
         The Escape Part 2
         Play All
      Music & More: "(I Wanna Be) Like Other Girls" Video
      Games & Activities: Mushu's Guess Who
      Backstage Disney: The World of Mulan
      Backstage Disney: Voices of Mulan
      Register Your DVD
   Set Up
      Audio Options
         English
         French
         Spanish
      Captions
         English for the Hearing Impaired
         Captions: None
   Sneak Peeks
      Play All
      Bambi Special Edition
      Pooh's Heffalump Movie
      Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Clitch
      Disney Princess (DVD & Video)
      The Incredibles
      Disney Princess
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    As good as the first

    Mulan 2 is a great new movie from Disney. If you liked Mulan then you will love Mulan next fun fille adventure in Mulan 2. It has the same amout of comedy and action as Mulan 1. Kids will 100% love this new adventure because the same characters we all know and love. I recived this wonderful item as abirth day present and I fell in love with it from the star to the end. Adults will also like it . It is a great family movie that you should buy at Barnes & Nobel. It is also a better price here.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Very good movie can't wait for my copy

    this is a absolutely great movie great story line and great moments with characters and I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 23, 2012

    this bring back alot of memories i use to think it kool how disn

    this bring back alot of memories i use to think it kool how disney made mulan a sequal showing ppl tht like the show how love and life are balance. in order for luv to work u need 2 hearts not 1

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Don't ruin the original!!!!!!!!!!

    I hate it when they take a good classic, like Mulan, and make an unnecessary sequel out of it! It was not necessary to make Mulan 2. I agree with one reviewer who says that Toy Story 2 is the only good sequel so far. I also like the Lion King sequels too... the Toy Story sequel and the Lion King sequels are the only ones I really like. But Mulan 2 was just not great! Okay, it wasn't as bad as "Tarzan and Jane", but I would have given it two stars if it weren't for Mushu. In the original, Mushu is so lovable and sooooo hilarious!!! I loved Mushu ever since he first came on the screen he was my favorite character! But the sequel just changed his personality. Now, in Mulan 2, he is totally obnoxious and unfunny. I was so upset about how they ruined his character! I did not like how he went around trying to ruin Mulan and Shang's relationship. In the original, he probably wouldn't have done something like that. Yes, I would have given this movie TWO stars if they hadn't made Mushu so mean and annoying. If you want to know about the film quality, here it is: The animation is okay. It's better than "Tarzan and Jane" and "Cinderella 2", but Peter Pan 2's animation was better. The script was average, but the plot line was so predictable and I wish the script writers threw in a few surprises for you. The songs were okay, but I did not like the remake of the song "A Girl Worth Fighting For". That is such a classic song, and they could never re-write and change it to make it improved. Only a few of the original voice talents are in the movie. To wrap this up, I do not recommend this movie to any fans of the original, especially if you are a big fan of Mushu like me. Trust me, if you do not like Mushu at ALL, you will enjoy this movie better than I did.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Not Bad for a Disney Sequel

    Even though "Mulan 2" isn't as amazing as its predecessor, it's still better than most Disney sequels. It doesn't feel like a reincarnated TV show, the dialouge isn't cheesy, the new characters aren't intruding, and the animation is pretty good. The only things that were wrong were the movie's opening and the Mushu subplot. The best parts were the songs sequences and the wedding scene. If you liked "Mulan", be sure to give "Mulan 2" a chance. You might be surprised.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Unfortunate

    Normally, saying that a sequel was generated only to squeeze the proverbial last drop wouldn't NESSAIRILY suggest a filmmaking travesty, but in this case I have only 4 words: This is the archetype.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Actually hurts to watch

    With only Toy Story 2 being the good Disney sequel so far, I didn't have high expectations for this movie. But somehow it managed to disappoint me more. The animation is terrible, the songs are boring remakes of the original's, and there is virtually no plot. At times it's so corny it's painful. This movie is dreadful!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Terrible sequel

    Mulan is one of my favorite Disney characters and I loved the original but the sequel is extremely disappointing. The animation is ok, but the story line is terrible and the characters are completely different from the original. Don't waste your money on this one. Just watch Mulan again.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    This makes me wish you had a zero-star option!

    If you feel the way I did about this travesty, wait before throwing it out -- remove & toss only the DVD & jacket, & save the case to hold one of your more worthy DVDs that for some reason was given a cheap cardboard 'case'.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Disney has done it again

    I almost wasn't going to watch this movie, knowing that Disney has never made a good straight-to-video sequel. Unfortunately, my curiosity got the better of me. I am still having a hard time accepting the fact that the movie I watched was actually a continuation of Mulan. First off, the characters were extraordinarily different in personality from the first movie. Mushu was high strung, Mulan completely contradicted herself from the first movie, and Shang was spastic and awkward (very different from the strong upstanding forbidding character of the first movie.) And the animation was awful. The characters didn't even look the same. Mulan looked more 'American' and everyone else just looked stupid. The funny thing about this movie is they copied the first Mulan. Much of the dialogue was just watered down dialogue from the last movie. The worst part about it was that there was absolutely no plot. Nothing. There was no motivation for the characters to act in the ridiculous ways they did. Disney should not have tried. They have a knack for making great movies and then completely messing them up with sequels. Don't watch this movie.

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    Posted March 11, 2009

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