In the end, Mulan isn't bad - it's just mediocre, which is particularly disappointing given its Disney pedigree.
"Mediocre" You sir, FAIL at life.
Sep 12 - 01:23 AM
Oct 25 - 01:11 AM
I almost agree with the critic, but I did in fact like Mulan. The final bits of the ending could have had some stronger points, but the story was creative.
Dec 31 - 10:38 AM
I totally Agree, its good, GREAT actually, i wouldn't give it the score you put down.
But lets face it, its no Snow White
Nov 18 - 03:14 PM
Juan Esteban Núñez Vélez
No its no Snow White in fact its better than Snow White
Jun 30 - 10:39 AM
This is a joke, right? Snow White paved the way for the animated film genre. Mulan was instantly forgotten.
Sep 20 - 04:38 PM
That's the exact word I used when I saw it - mediocre. It really doesn't do anything Disney hasn't done before, and it follows a pretty clear formula. Socially awkward protagonist gets a chance to become something great and through a great deal of luck and a wacky but good teacher, succeeds. If you were thinking about Mulan through that last sentence, I was actually referring to the Sword in the Stone.
Jun 2 - 01:19 PM
You might as well direct your fault-finding somewhere else because there are DOZENS of Disney movies that follow a clear formula. Disney aims their animated films at children and the formula is there for familiarity purposes.
Jul 9 - 08:20 PM
There may be a formula, but each film brings SOMETHING new to the table. Except for this one. We've seen it all and there's nothing new to see here.
Sep 20 - 04:40 PM