Mulan on Disney Plus: ‘Exciting, vibrant, emotional’
Disney’s live action remake oftells the story of a young Chinese woman, Hua Mulan (Yifei Liu), who dresses up as a man and takes her father’s place in the army. The new film is more realistic than the previous animated film from 1998 and receives the first given to a Disney Live Action restart.
the new film will not be released , but Disney announced that on Tuesday , with an additional price of $ 30.
Critics saw the film for the first time at the Hollywood premiere in March and published their first reactions on social media. The journalists’ reactions were consistently positive. Here are some comments from film critics who were impressed with the action and story.
Slash films Peter Sciretta tweeted“It’s so majestic, the action is exciting, it aims for a level of sophistication and beauty that you don’t expect.”
“Mulan is exciting, lively, emotional and different from the animated version,” says Fandango Erk Davis tweeted. “It’s definitely a thing of my own that I unearthed – a more mature Disney film with stunning production design and combat choreography. Director Niki Caro and star Liu Yifei are the big standouts.”
Mashable’s Alison Foreman wrote: “Disney’s Mulan remake leaves a lot behind, but offers much more in his absence. Many setbacks from 1998 pepper a story full of incredible action, humor and heart.”
However, not every rating was positive. Screen Rant’s Mansoor Mithaiwala tweeted: “There is a longing for films in #Mulan, but it is surprisingly stuck if you adjust the animation. It has its moments, but the poor villains and the inconsistent action quality lead to a mediocre film.”
Satirical reviewer Ben Mekler has a different attitude: “Mulan is shockingly great? The music really works and there is an action sequence that the audience is sure to talk about for a long time. I would not dare to spoil it, but let’s just say Mulan a devours million miles hoagie and when CG was used it was invisible. A +! “
Here are other Mulan reactions posted on Twitter below:
Originally released on March 9th.
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