History Disney / Mulan

5th May '16 1:11:44 PM TrollMan
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* ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill: In the mountain scene, Shan-Yu basically leads his entire army of thousands on horseback in a charge against a platoon of less than a dozen people ''that he came across only by coincidence''.
25th Apr '16 1:30:14 PM PerfumePreppy
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* LyricalDissonance: "To Be A Man" gets more pessimistic, even defeatist, the further it goes while still being a chest thumping anthem of masculinity.
-->"You're not suited for the rage of war"
-->"So pack up, go home, you're through"
-->"How could I make a man out of you?"
* TheMakeover: Twice; once in "You'll Bring Honor to Us All" and when she "becomes" a man.

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* LyricalDissonance: "To Be A Man" "I'll Make a Man Out of You" gets more pessimistic, even defeatist, the further it goes while still being a chest thumping chest-thumping anthem of masculinity.
-->"You're -->You're not suited for the rage of war"
-->"So
war
-->So
pack up, go home, you're through"
-->"How
through
-->How
could I make a man out of you?"
you?
* TheMakeover: Twice; Mulan goes through this twice; once in "You'll Bring Honor "Honor to Us All" and when she "becomes" a man.
28th Mar '16 1:08:42 AM damus2300
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* DavidVersusGoliath: Shang, then Mulan, vs. Shan Yu.
27th Mar '16 11:36:19 PM damus2300
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* LyricalDissonance: "To Be A Man" gets more pessimistic, even defeatist, the further it goes while still being a chest thumping anthem of masculinity.
-->"You're not suited for the rage of war"
-->"So pack up, go home, you're through"
-->"How could I make a man out of you?"
27th Mar '16 8:40:05 PM damus2300
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* TheBrute: All but a few of the Huns are huge. Some look LeanAndMean.



* DarkIsEvil: The Huns are gray skinned and wear all-black. Even their horses are black.



* TheHorde: The Huns.



* MrFanservice:

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* MrFanservice: *MrFanservice
27th Mar '16 3:01:04 AM damus2300
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* ArmorPiercingQuestion
-->'''Mulan''': "You said you trust ''Ping''. Why is ''Mulan'' any different?"



* WhamLine: [[spoiler:More like a wham silence at the end of "A Girl Worth Fighting For". Everyone's happily singing about that certain girl that's waiting for them at home (or not!) and then... wham. Pillaged village.]]
3rd Mar '16 11:21:45 PM jameygamer
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* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler: At least one of the messengers that runs into the Huns, the General and his entire army courtesy of the Huns, almost all of the Hun army except for 5 survivors who may or may not have been executed or taken captive for their attempted raid on the Imperial Palace (Shan-Yu also survives the avalanche that wipes out his army, but Mulan and Mushu dispose of him in the Imperial City.]]
11th Feb '16 6:35:27 PM Thorion
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* CompositeCharacter: Starting in the 18th century, French scholar Joseph de Guignes proposed a link between the Huns and the Xiongnu. Since that time there has been a great effort devoted to investigating such a connection but there is little consensus on a direct connection between the two peoples. The film pretty much just combines the two peoples: called "Huns" but their leader is a "Shan-Yu" also represented as "Chanyu" and roughly translates to "Majesty Son of Heaven."

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* CompositeCharacter: Starting in the 18th century, French scholar Joseph de Guignes proposed a link between the Huns and the Xiongnu. Since that time there has been a great effort devoted to investigating such a connection but there is little consensus on a direct connection between the two peoples. The film pretty much just combines the two peoples: called "Huns" but their leader is a "Shan-Yu" also represented as "Chanyu" and roughly translates to "Majesty Son of Heaven." Also, a rather controversial belief is that the Xiongnu are the ancestors of the Huns. What is done in this movie is pretty much the equivalent of calling the Vikings "Normans."
11th Feb '16 6:33:07 PM Thorion
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* CompositeCharacter: Starting in the 18th century, French scholar Joseph de Guignes proposed a link between the Huns and the Xiongnu. Since that time there has been a great effort devoted to investigating such a connection but there is little consensus on a direct connection between the two peoples. The film pretty much just combines the two peoples: called "Huns" but their leader is a "Shan-Yu" also represented as "Chanyu" and roughly translates to "Majesty Son of Heaven."
8th Feb '16 4:20:00 AM Yatagerasu
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** Mushu gets three. The first is [[spoiler: when he accidentally sets off a rocket and Mulan DeathGlares him. His face says it all. The rocket gives away the army's position and they are promptly attacked by the Huns.]] The second is [[spoiler:during the avalanche when he sees that he, Mulan, Shang, Khan and Cri-Kee are about to go over the edge of a cliff.]] The third is after Mulan passes out from her wound, when the doctor treating Mulan tells Shang that Mulan is a woman, as Shang enters the tent to confront her.

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** Mushu gets three. The first is [[spoiler: when he accidentally sets off a rocket and Mulan DeathGlares [[DeathGlare death glares]] him. His face says it all. The rocket gives away the army's position and they are promptly attacked by the Huns.]] The second is [[spoiler:during the avalanche when he sees that he, Mulan, Shang, Khan and Cri-Kee are about to go over the edge of a cliff.]] The third is after Mulan passes out from her wound, when the doctor treating Mulan tells Shang that Mulan is a woman, as Shang enters the tent to confront her.
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