The original MULAN (1998) was heralded for adding a spunky heroine to the Disney canon of distressed princesses, but despite its excellent voice cast, this sequel merely apes the success of live-action martial arts films. China's first feminist, Mulan (Ming Na), postpones her wedding plans to fellow warrior Shang (B.D. Wong) when they're summoned by the Emperor (Pat Morita) to serve as bodyguards for his three daughters, Mei (Lucy Liu), Su (Lauren Tom) and Ting Ting (Sandra Oh). To avoid internecine rivalry and forge a united front against the Mongols, the Emperor has betrothed his daughters to the sons of a warlord in a far-off kingdom. To safeguard the royal travel...