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Overall B-

Lacking in the polish and perfection of the original movie (especially where storyline is concerned), Mulan II picks up the tale of the woman warrior (voiced by Ming-Na) as the now retired soldier accepts a marriage proposal from Shang (voiced by B.D. Wong) and a dangerous mission from the Emperor (voiced by Pat Morita).

Violence B-
Sexual Content A
Profanity A
Substance Use A

MPAA Rating: G

Why is Mulan II rated G?

Official MPAA Rating: Mulan II is rated G for

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Lacking in the polish and perfection of the original movie (especially where storyline is concerned), Mulan II picks up the tale as the former warrior accepts a marriage proposal from Shang and a dangerous mission from the Emperor. Martial arts fighting and training are depicted, along with swordplay and hand-to-hand conflict. Characters find themselves in peril due to a run-away cart that careens over a cliff, an ambush from a group of bandits and a faulty suspension bridge. The ghosts of one of Mulan’s ancestors is headless—although there is no gore, he is often shown holding his head in his hands. Two characters briefly engage in gambling and fortune telling. Mulan’s unconventional behavior (such as pretending to be man and taking her Father’s place in the army) also causes others to question traditional roles, as well as their duty and honor towards parents and country.

Mulan II
Canadian Movie Ratings
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia Not Rated
Alberta Not Rated
Manitoba Not Rated
Ontario Not Rated
Quebec Not Rated
Martimes Not Rated
Canadian Home Video G