Mulan II

DVD Release: February 1, 2004
Mulan II
Dove "Family-Approved"
For All Ages

Synopsis

Preparing for their wedding Shang and Mulan are suddenly sent off on a secret mission Mushu starts to meddle and a surprise attack by Mongolians doesn’t help either.

Dove Review

This is an enchanting movie! “Mulan ll”, like its predecessor, the first “Mulan” movie, is another terrific film with great animation, wonderful characters, and a strong story.

Mulan becomes engaged to Shang but the road to bliss will not be easy. A jealous Mushu plots to break them up as he is afraid he will be out of Mulan’s life if they tie the knot. Also, the Emperor’s three daughters are promised to three men from another country but they fall for the guards who are sworn to protect them and the guards in turn fall for them. Will this complicated situation be resolved? You will have to watch the film to see but rest assured the ending will be a happy one.

We are pleased to award this wonderful film our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages. This is a movie you must see!

Content Description

Sex: Young woman kisses man on cheek; Kissing by a few couples.
Language: Fool-1; Butt-1
Violence: A character is hit by a pot; girl punches man; during the montage of a song titled "A girl worth fighting for" we see a few punches thrown at each other by male characters; a comment that a character "kicked her booty"; characters go over a cliff in a carriage but they are okay; a fight including swords and some punches.
Drugs: None
Nudity: A shirtless guard cuts wood.
Other: Old woman mentions what spirits say about the future; a joke by a character about not wanting to see another character's drawers; a meddlesome character causes a couple to argue but he apologizes and they make up.

Info

Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter
Source: Video
Company: Walt Disney
Writer: Michael Lucker. Chris Parker
Director: Darrell Rooney, Lynne Southerland
Producer: Jennifer Blohm
Genre: Animated
Runtime: 79 min.
Industry Rating: G
Starring: Voices of: Ming-Na Wen, BD Wong, Mark Moseley