I’ll concede the point about the new Mulan not seeming distinctly Disney. In This Office We Are Nurses Poster. I guess that’s not really what I’m looking for.
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Aladdin did feel kind of fake to me, sorry to say. I still enjoyed it, but I think in future I would go back to the original. I’m hoping Mulan is more like the remake of Lion King—preserves the spirit of the original, but updated in ways that made it work better for the medium. I have read the actual legend. And nowhere in this write up does it say they are following the original legend, but they have clearly cited reasons as to why General Shang’s character has been scrapped off. In This Office We Are Nurses Poster. Mutambo that’s because they don’t understand that it’s basically a different movie about the same person. Just more accurate to the original story. He isn’t a character in Mulans balled tho … Disney added him because for some reason she needed a love interest SMH… In the end one shouldn’t be in a relationship with a senior officer. He’s not a main character. They are telling the Chinese legend, not remaking a copy paste Disney musical that white girls have been belting out poorly for about 20 years. What’s the point of having a remake of it’s a carbon-copy of the original? The Lion King is the biggest offender of this. That’s because they’re “remaking” the movie to be more accurate. Realistically, it’s because they couldn’t come up with a better word and just had a bad headline. He wasn’t even in the original poem, and the new film is based more on that (thank goodness for actually getting it right.