Mulan Trailer REACTION today! Beyond The Trailer’s reaction & review of the official teaser trailer! Disney Live Action 2020! Honor to Us All!
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46 COMMENTS

  1. I was braced for it to be disappointed, it's Disney and they don't mind a little racism if "needs be" though luckily China matters enough for them to be forced to respect their sensibilities. I don't mind this, I like what I am seeing, I miss the music but as long as it's a satisfying experience overall I can live without it. Though my bar is high cause this is my favorite of the animated movies.

  2. I had a review in that trailer. If you had spare of time, you can visit my channel anytime. You are very welcome. Excellent review by the way.

  3. No, no, no! No musics, songs, and dances! This takes place in ancient China! No live action of Chinese people singing and dancing in English. It will take me out of the film! Animation, sure, live action, no!

  4. Looks greater than I hoped so far..👏🏻 but I’ve heard rumors that they will replace Shan-Yu with a witch, if that’s the case I’ll be very disappointed and probably won’t watch it.. Shan-Yu is a GREAT villain, terrifying cause he’s a regular human and totally real. And if they add a witch, that will take out a lot of the historical story line and add in supernatural elements that definitely weren't in the legend OR the Disney movie 🙄

  5. They are changing everything that made the disney mulan movie great to pander to china, if i wanted accuracy a would watch the chinese movie of Mulan, not a Disney movie.

  6. As an Asian American with two daughters, I am definitely excited for a disney film with such a large Asian cast. I am sad that people want to boycott the movie because of no Mushu or songs. To me, the character of Mulan and what she represents is amazing on its own.

  7. Stop forcing your western ideals of what strength should be in regards to mulan. You want ronda rousy to be mulan? Their choice was excellent. These live action movies are doing a good job of correcting the animated movies. Do we really want a mushu who sounds like he came from the projects? Disney has grown and is finally starting to show diversity on a global stage. That quick trailer was a breathe of fresh air. Mulan is a woman any little girl can look up to.

  8. I honestly would appreciate the music too because Mulan had some of the best Disney songs in my opinion but either way I respect the respect shown to the source material and will definitely want to see this movie just in support of that.

  9. Gotta respectfully disagree with you on the music choice. Having Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin keep their celebrated songs was an absolute must but I feel with Mulan it is a different story. Not saying Mulan’s songs aren’t catchy but it would severely deteriorate the tone and the subject matter to include them for a live action outing. Not only are Mulan’s songs far less cherished than others but the weight of Mulan’s decision to fight in brutal warfare would be diminished with the arguably silly songs. The stakes have to be high!

  10. It doesn't need the music. Full Stop. You have the animated film for the music, you have this to tell the story of Hua Mulan. Maybe that's the way forward for Disney, you want to remake in live action, bring it closer to the source of the original story.

  11. Some people say Disney didn't make this one a musical because they were aiming for it to have a more serious tone. Miss Saigon is a musical and that sure wasn't a comedy. Les Miserables is a musical and guess what? 90% of the characters there died. Just because it's a musical doesn't mean it can't be serious/darker.

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