The new pirated version of Mulan movie available widely via streaming, bad reviews received

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Disney fans were pretty frustrated to discover even more movies would be delayed – including Mulan. The live-action movie of the 1990s cartoon has been long-awaited, though some controversial changes to the original have divided some fans. But now fans will have to wait indefinitely to see it on the big screen, will it be available to view online? The answer is yes, many can now watch the movie online at home by streaming online using movie watches that can hide ISP to avoid being caught. According to various news reports, illegal copies pirated directly from Disney+ are widely available in China and viewers have already been expressing their negative opinions of the film online. “It’s a Western film with a Chinese backdrop”, one viewer said. Disney’s Mulan was intended to be a less Westernised narrative of the legendary Chinese tale it told in the 1998 animated musical of the same name but unfortunately. Disney’s Mulan was intended to be a less Westernised iteration of the legendary Chinese tale it told in the 1998 animated musical of the same name.

Mulan has been postponed with no new release date shared, meaning it could be a long while before fans can watch it on the big screen. However, if you are a law-abiding citizen, you can stream the film online via Disney+. The film will cost £19.99 to download through a premier access download, which will then see the film saved to your Disney Plus account for you to watch as many times over after that. Other than Disney+ and other affiliated websites, which includes Roku, Apple and Google Play, any website claiming to have the film for streaming or download is illegal.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the US$200 million film had been delayed for months but it has also been released on the Disney+ streaming service the past weeks in certain territories.


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