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From humming to the tune of I’ll Make a Man out Of You to crying yourself to sleep while listening to Reflection, we’ve literally gone through every phase in our lives, pretending to be Mulan.
It’s one of those movies that we’ve grown up watching. Considering how iconic the character of Mulan is and how relatable the women of today find it to be, it was a risky move to make a live-action movie out of it. But you know what? It seems like the gamble paid off.
No, really, this live-action movie actually sticks with its core values. We know how attached you feel to the 1998 version but give this one a try.
Don’t believe us? Well, how about we show you the reviews?
So, now that you know that you’re in for a fantastic ride let us just give you a brief.
Staying true to its original storyline, Mulan decides to disguise herself as a man so that she could join the Imperial Chinese Army. After the Emperor of China enlists one man from each family to face Bori Khan’s army, Mulan, being the devoted daughter that she is, takes her father’s place who’s currently indisposed.