About the Film. . .
Mulan II is a Disney direct-to-video animated feature released in 2004 and a sequel to the 1998 animated film Mulan. It was directed by Darrell Rooney and Lynne Southerland, and features Mulan, and her new fiancÚ, General Shang, on a special mission: escorting the Emperor's three daughters across the country to meet their soon-to-be fiancÚs.
A month after the events of of the first movie, General Shang asks Mulan for her hand in marriage, which she accepts. Hearing about their engagement, Mushu is thrilled for them - until the leader of the ancestors informs him that if Mulan gets married, he will lose his job as a guardian dragon and have to leave her and his pedestal, his place of honor as a guardian. The reason for this is because Mulan would be getting married to Shang, thus she becomes a part of his family which requires her to have his family ancestors and guardians. Wanting to keep his job and his friend, Mushu attempts to tear the couple apart (especially for selfish reasons).
Meanwhile, the Emperor calls upon Mulan and General Shang to escort his three daughters---Princesses Mei, Ting-Ting, and Su across China to be betrothed to three princes so that an alliance can be formed with the kingdom of Qui Gong. If the task is not completed within three days, the alliance will crumble, and the Mongols will destroy China. Mulan and Shang set out, along with Chien-Po, Ling and Yao (from the first film), to safely escort the princesses to their new kingdom. However, due to Mushu's interferences and the fact that the three princesses are upset by their arranged marriages and actually love Chien-Po, Ling, and Yao, Mulan decides to go against her orders and, despite Shang's wishes, stop the joining of kingdoms.
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About the Princesses. . .
Although Mei, Su, and Ting-Ting are dedicated to their father the emperor and know that, as princesses, they have a duty to serve their country, they dream of being able to live their own lives. Each of the three princesses has her own distinct personality, and dreams of her own about what kind of happiness she could have if she was able to live like an ordinary girl. It is only when they meet the strong-willed Mulan, however, that they realize that they don't have to sacrifice their dreams in order to honor their father. The three sisters shine brightly in the movie, and for me are what make it a cut above the usual mediocre Disney sequel.
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