|Formats:||U DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Pat Morita, Ming-Na Wen, Lea Salonga, Soon-Teck Oh, B.D. Wong, Donny Osmond, Freda Foh Shen, Eddie Murphy, Harvey Fierstein, George Takei, Gedde Watanabe, Matthew Wilder, Miguel Ferrer, Frank Welker, James Shigeta, Jerry S. Tondo, James Ho|
|Directors:||Barry Cook, Tony Bancroft|
|Studio:||BUENA VISTA HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
|Collections:||100 Big Adventures, The Disney 50|
|Run time:||1 hour 28 minutes|
|Rental release:||15 Nov 2004|
|Main languages:||English, English Audio Description|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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MagicalBy siaddy from West Yorkshire , 02 Feb 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]This is an absolute must for anyone whether you have kids or not (I just use her as an excuse) fantastic colourful animation, hilarious characters and great if a bit predictable story make for a fantastically enchanting film.
Rent this with 'Mulan 2' for a great afternoon in.
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MulanBy a customer from Cheadle , 03 Feb 2009A great disney film set in china about a young misfit girl called mulan. When china is invaded by the mongols,all the men of china are called up to fight including mulan elderly father.Mulan sneaks in and takes her fathers armour and reports for training.
Mulan is assited in her quest by an ex family guardian moochoo, a lucky cricket and her horse, She attempts the keep up the belief she is a man and protect her fathers and family honour.
My little girl is two and loves this film,it has great humour is well animated and has some great chracters well worth watching.
MulanBy a customer from London , 27 Jan 2009Despite the cheesy feminist 'message' and the Americanisation of China (where even the Emperor does bad jokes), Mulan remains one of the best realised of Disney's exceptional catalogue. It's reassuring to know that modern Disney can compare well with the classics.
Stirring stuffBy a customer from London , 01 Dec 2008Pleasantly distracting Disney cartoon that is unusual in its subject matter - crossdressing and war. Mulan is the highspirited daughter who takes her father's place when he's called to war against the Huns. Anachronistic comedy is provided by Eddie Murphy as a dragon - yet oddly it sort of works. While this may not be the most distinguished from the studio's archives, it still boasts some moments of jawdropping animation, notably a mountainside attack by the invading hoardes.
Great stuff !!By a customer from Dundee , 21 Nov 2008Good clean fun, I watched it with the kids and loved it
Magical!By united853 (49 reviews) from Wilmslow , 14 Jun 2008This must be one of the greatest Disney animation films of all time.
The story is good and the colours and sights even better.
Good for kids and also adults. This film has the ability to keep the watcher entertained.