The spirited Mulan gets the thrill of her life when General Shang asks for her hand in marriage, but the surprises are just beginning. Throwing a wrench into their plans is the mischievous Mushu, who tries to keep the happy couple apart as long as possible in order to retain his job as her guardian dragon.
Adding to their adventure is the fact that Mulan and Shang must escort three princesses across China to their own arranged marriages. When she discovers that these three women aren't looking forward to their upcoming weddings, Mulan makes a bold decision that will change the course of history.
DVD Special Features:
Deleted Scenes, Voices Of Mulan, The World Of Mulan Hosted By Mushu, Mushu's Guess Who Game.
The adventures continue. Fa Mulan is now a Hero of China, and the star of her village. Her relationship with now-General Shang is ready to progress when he proposes marriage... but as the saying goes, opposites attract. Mulan and Shang are like the Sun the Rain, each unlike the other in very fundamental ways, but without the other, nothing will grow between them.
Mushu is the same old Mushu, always looking out for himself in his 500-year goal to reclaim his pedestal and return to duty as one of the Family Guardians. Even if that means destroying the budding relationship of Mulan and Sheng.
A great tale, well told and with the consistantly stunning artwork form Disney's finest artists. A little more of a musical too, with *4* couples by the end of it.
Our 4 1/2 year old test audience was quite taken with it, and gave it his personal seal, the '4 replays in a row' of approval.
Overall, another winner for Disney.
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