Mulan II

Mulan II

Fa Mulan gets the surprise of her young life when her love, Captain Li Shang asks for her hand in marriage. Before the two can have their happily ever after, the Emperor assigns them a secret mission, to escort three princesses to Chang'an, China. Mushu is determined to drive a wedge between the couple after he learns that he will lose his guardian job if Mulan marries into the Li family.

Preparing for their wedding Shang and Mulan are suddenly sent off on a secret mission Mushu starts to meddle and a surprise attack by Mongolians doesn't help either. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ryan R (fr) wrote: Fans of the original will be pleased and it can win over some newcomers but those who already don't like David Brent won't find anything to convert them.

Gwen W (de) wrote: Saw this today at Chicago International Film Festival. Really illuminating film.... buut at 3+ hrs, you really have to be dedicated. People WOULD be interested in this topic, but the movie simply must be edited way down in order to reach a wider audience. I know that Patwardhan cares deeply for the subject and wants to tell the world all about all the politics and figures behind the atrocities committed against the Dalits. But he just tries to cover way too much ground here. More characters than a Russian novel!

Alejandro E (ca) wrote: Sorprendente Burt Lancaster en el papel de un nadador en una surrealista odisea que poco a poco se vuelve absurda y por ultimo, autodestructiva.

Jennifer T (gb) wrote: Worked for me. Fun to watch. Anyone that loves horror movies or has an interest in haunted houses should watch this one.

Fernie G (jp) wrote: Where can we see this movie torrent......anyone know.......thanks

Carol W (jp) wrote: Tour de force for Maggie Smith.

Jacques H (ag) wrote: I thought this was brilliant! I love both Ribisi & Potente. The opening sequence with them having a quiet time at home juxtaposed with the intensity of their public lives is riveting. A+

Brenda C (gb) wrote: u r the god of rap tupac always was and always will be...r.i.p solider xoxo

Tino P (gb) wrote: The topical humor and colorful secondary characters make Shrek 2 a winner in its own right.

Erik M (jp) wrote: Its not Great but it was one of my favorites when I was young and I still like watching it. O ya and the Principal is called Moloney!!

CaptainJosh N (jp) wrote: Richard Linklater really is the master of films that take place throughout the course of a single day.

Matthew J (mx) wrote: 'Rising Sun' provides for an entertaining 2 hours despite it's visual ugliness and a bad script.

Tim S (es) wrote: Having not seen Hell Night since I was about 12 and having found a used copy, I decided to give it a spin. The only copy of the film that I had seen was a squashed full screen VHS tape that was muddy, dark and just nearly impossible to watch and make any real sense out of. Fortunately, the DVD I found of it isn't, and I was finally able to experience it properly for the first time. I found it to be surprisingly effective and creepy. It's not a body count sort of slasher movie as there's hardly any victims to be served up to the unseen force terrorizing these young college students that are stuck in a haunted mansion all night under an initiation for a fraternity. There's actually some very good dialogue buried in there; not always delivered at the highest levels, obviously, but refeshingly realistic at times. The back and forth between Linda Blair and Peter Barton is mainly what I'm referring to. Everyone seems to be having a good time, and it shows in their performances. The movie loses its focus at times and gets a little bit silly towards the end, but overall, it has some great atmosphere and some genuine scares. I can't even really call it a slasher because it doesn't go by that particular formula, but it's a well-produced horror movie that was worth the profits it raked in.

Richard Y (de) wrote: Should have just let it go, sequels usually fall short.

Kyle M (kr) wrote: It shows a nice, somewhat processing chemistry and being funny at times as well with some amusement, but even though it's a remake, it's just too stubborn when trying to be a feature despite the worth-the-wait payoff. (B)(Full review coming soon - with better wording probably)

Bachir H (jp) wrote: An original sci-fi thriller directed by Steven Spielberg ? Sign me up !

Eric H (nl) wrote: I remember watching this film when I was young and I found it a bit hard to keep up with, but now that I'm older, I still didn't find it that great. Like a lot of Woody Allen's scripts, he manages to get his leg over, after failing so many times, but as he's not the main character, Peter O'Toole beds many beautiful women throughout the movie. I know that Woody Allen was really upset that he didn't get to direct this movie , but maybe it was a good idea by the studio because it would have been completely different. Anyway, I'm impressed with Woody Allen because this was his second movie after the strange What's Up, Tiger Lily, but its still weird humour that I'm struggling to find funny.

Dinesh S (es) wrote: I tried hard to review in perspective, even then I find it hard to believe we watched and adored such movies.