Live Action Mulan About to Hit the Theatres

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So, the release date of Mulan is 27th March 2020 that means that it's right around the corner and ready to give us a new topic to discuss here
But one thing that bothers is that why did they change the story to some old historical Chinese mythology when we all just loved the Disney classic. My personal favorite character from the Disney princesses has always been Mulan and I think Mushu has been a great partner in creating that image of her's in our eyes. It's sad that there would be so many changes in the movie and above all, NO MUSHU!!




28 days...6 hours...42 minutes...12 seconds
No Mushu or musical numbers because the director wants to convey realism....so they went with a magical sorceress instead?

What is more tiring? Superhero films or Live-Action Disney remakes?
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They did it because it's the only way they could sell the movie in China. But you want to know what else they had to do to sell in China? Use an actress who supports police brutality in Hong Kong. So when you see this movie, just remember that Disney has become so corporate that they'd rather host propaganda against the freedom of millions of people than lose a few dollars. (Which in Disney terms IS a few dollars) Funny how it's getting tougher for them to keep up the prim and perfect look.
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No Mushu or musical numbers because the director wants to convey realism....so they went with a magical sorceress instead?

What is more tiring? Superhero films or Live-Action Disney remakes?
The remakes. The MCU is basically a television series. It was good when it started but now it's just bloated, embarrassing and needs to end. But Marvel has earned each and every fan it has still keeping the series alive through its beautiful, original opening. And even though the attempts are poor, they at least try to push boundaries and introduce new ideas.
The remakes? Soulless. Pointless. No one has ever asked for one. No one remembers them. No one really likes them and if they do they're a power point presentation compared to the original. They add nothing to the story, nothing to anyone's lives. They are big fat nothings. They're somehow lower than the time Disney was LITERALLY selling the same films. At least they weren't trying to convince you that you were watching something else.



Even though there were some strong reasons for such extreme changes but I just loved the original Mulan and I felt sad when I learned about this.



Urgh. More like how much Disney can grovel and simp to every demand china can make to make more money