Watch: Mộc Lan: Hoành Không Xuất Thế 2020 123movies, Full Movie Online – Disguising herself as a man to take her father’s place, Mulan is a wild and rebellious soldier in the army. As a gifted swords-woman, she also dreams about going out and exploring the world. One day, she is sent on a mission and unexpectedly begins an exciting adventure where she discovers a conspiracy against her country. In the end, she comes to understand the true meaning of being a swordsman and makes herself a hero for her country, and also discovers her true self..
Plot: Mulan grew up in a martial arts family, has a dream to become a female warrior in the Kingdom. By forced to join the army in her father’s stead, she finds a way to express herself. However, during a mission that she was supposed to assassinate the Crown prince of a hostile kingdom, she never knows that this decision changed her life entirely. They fell in love. From then on, she has a new goal, not to fight for her achievement but to bring peace for the people of both countries. In the end, she triumphed over the villain and also understood the true meaning of being a warrior.
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If Mulan was a computer game made 10-15 years ago…
Nah, you might want to skip entirely on this 2020 rendering of the “Mulan” tale.
I wasn’t familiar with the existence of this movie, and I must say that I enjoyed both the animated movie from 1998, and the live action movie also from 2020. So as I stumbled upon this 2020 animated movie, of course I took the time to sit down and watch it.
First alarm indicator that should have raised an eyebrow was the title of this animated movie, as it has the words “Kung Fu” in it. Not really what you would immediately associate with the “Mulan” story. But hey, still sat down to watch it. And yeah, the Kung Fu part definitely made sense here, as there was an abundance of fighting throughout the course of this animated movie.
As for the storyline, well it was fairly weak and sort of bland. Sure, it was watchable, but hardly entertaining. Yet, I did manage to sit through the entire ordeal with my son, though none of us were overly impressed or entertained by writer Roger Chen’s movie and the delivery of director Leo Liao.
This is a CGI animated movie, and it had that late 2010s computer game graphics look to it, for better or worse. I will say that the art was passable, but it wasn’t the most of detailed textures in the scenes, especially for the environments and backgrounds. And at times the animation itself is wobbly or questionable.
The voice acting in an animated movie is everything, and I have to say that for the majority of the movie then the voice acting done by the actors and actresses in this particular animated movie were doing adequate jobs.
Ultimately, then “Kung Fu Mulan” was an animated movie that had managed to sneak in under the radar for me, and it is will just as unnoticeably return back into oblivious without having left as lasting impression on me.
This movie is not something I would recommend you rush out to get your hands on, because it wasn’t really worth the effort. I am rating “Kung Fu Mulan” a generous four out of ten stars.
5/10 it’s not that bad
5/10 it’s not that bad
It’s pretty obvious that the $15 million budget was for money laundering, and for the actual movie only $100,000 was used. Just kidding, maybe they threw out the window $15 million 🙂
Anyways, I was surprised to actually enjoy it. There were bits and pieces of brilliancy here and there. I would say children under 10 would enjoy it no problem. Yes, voice acting is uneven. Yes, the animation is kinda choppy. Yes to any fault you find.
But in the end, once again, I actually enjoyed it. I kept feeling I’m watching an extended cutscene from Bioware’s Jade Empire, and if you are patient to the end of the movie and you also know the game I mentioned, you will see why 🙂
Original Language zh
Runtime 1 hr 40 min (100 min)
Director Leo Liao
Writer Roger Chen, Guo Maoqian
Actors Danny Fehsenfeld, Vivian Lu
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