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'lo. I'm Nathalie. I'm 25. FYI, I am full on-hiatusing because life is getting busy and I needed it. My queue, however, will be running until it is empty (hopefully I will be back by then <3)

Posts tagged Mulan (1998)

Jul 12 '14

(Source: crazychipmunk)

Jul 9 '14

seriouslyamerica:

CAN WE TALK ABOUT THIS FOR A SECOND? Because this is my favorite part in the whole movie. Mulan is back to wearing traditionally feminine clothing, and Shan Yu is mocking her “Looks like you’re out of ideas.”

BUT Mulan is all FUCK NO and disarms that asshole with a GODDAMN SYMBOL OF FEMININITY.

NOT TODAY SHAN YU. NOT TODAY.

(Source: tomhazeldine)

Jun 11 '14

t-high-la420:

the switch from ‘a girl worth fighting for’ to coming upon the decimated village in mulan is THE MOST kick-in-the-teeth mood change IN ALL OF CINEMA

Nov 12 '13

Sleeping Warrior AU: Aurora falls in love with Mulan and Ping, not realizing they are the same person.

Oct 14 '13

luvr4photography:

YOU HAD TO GO THERE HOW DARE YOU 

(Source: pipeschapman)

Sep 15 '13
Jerry Goldsmith - Short Hair (Mulan Original Soundtrack)
Aug 31 '13
Aug 26 '13
well-thats-ood:

I WAS GOING TO PUT THIS IN THE TAGS, BUT HOLY SHIT I HAVE JUST SEEN THE METAPHOR!! 
There was a calm moment of “…Wait. Did she just metaphorically pick up masculinity and leave femininity behind in its place?” And I was impressed with that symbolism. 
But then the metaphor got better. Because here, Mulan is swapping one for the other. Yet, by the end, when she comes home at the end, her father tucks the flower behind her ear and then her man shows up with the helmet— BECAUSE MULAN IS AWESOME AND KICK ASS AND SHE HAS BOTH FEMININITY AND MASCULINITY AND BEING COMPLETELY ONE OR THE OTHER TOTALLY DOESN’T SUIT HER. 

well-thats-ood:

I WAS GOING TO PUT THIS IN THE TAGS, BUT HOLY SHIT I HAVE JUST SEEN THE METAPHOR!! 

There was a calm moment of “…Wait. Did she just metaphorically pick up masculinity and leave femininity behind in its place?” And I was impressed with that symbolism. 

But then the metaphor got better. Because here, Mulan is swapping one for the other. Yet, by the end, when she comes home at the end, her father tucks the flower behind her ear and then her man shows up with the helmet— BECAUSE MULAN IS AWESOME AND KICK ASS AND SHE HAS BOTH FEMININITY AND MASCULINITY AND BEING COMPLETELY ONE OR THE OTHER TOTALLY DOESN’T SUIT HER. 

Aug 19 '13

catelynstark:

“I’ve heard a great deal about you, Fa Mulan. You stole your father’s armor, ran away from home, impersonated a soldier, deceived your commanding officer, dishonored the Chinese Army, destroyed my palace, and… you have saved us all.”

Jul 20 '13