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Disney's Mulan and Aladdin DVD Reviews

Disney's Mulan and Aladdin DVD Reviews - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Two of your favorite Disney movies are finally on DVD.

Two of your fave Disney animated movies are finally on DVD. You can now find two-disc special editions of both Mulan and Aladdin! Find out what these flicks have to offer right here!

Mulan Special-Edition DVD

Mulan is the tale of a young girl who disguises herself as a boy and fights for the Imperial Army in place of her father. She's joined by her hilarious sidekick, Mushu the dragon and her lucky cricket, Cri-Kee. There's adventure, suspense and a lot of laughter. Mulan is a great example of true girl power.

Mulan Special-Edition DVD Features

This two-disc, special-edition DVD is packed full of great extras. There's an interactive game, deleted scenes and tons of behind-the-scenes commentary. There are also a bunch of great music videos that you'll wanna check out. Catch the original Christina Aguilera video for the song's theme, Reflection and the original 98 Degrees video for True to Your Heart. Not only do you get to see Nick Lachey looking stylin' in his '90s garb, you also get to catch the remake of the song True to Your Heart sung by the one and only Raven. If you think that's cool, you'll also be treated to a music video sung in Mandarin by martial arts guru, Jackie Chan.

Mulan DVD Rating:

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Aladdin Special-Edition DVD

Join Abu, Genie and Princess Jasmine on a magic carpet ride and see a whole new world of wonder with Aladdin on DVD. When a lowly street rat comes into possession of a magic lamp, all of his troubles disappear. He now has three wishes to help him win the Princess's heart and live happily ever after. Think he can do it? You'll have to watch Aladdin on DVD to find out.

Aladdin Special-Edition DVD Features

Just like Mulan, the Aladdin special-edition DVD comes with two discs that are over-flowing with extra fun. Take a 3D tour of the making of Aladdin, journey around the world and even make three wishes of your own! Also, check out a couple remade videos of your favorite Aladdin tunes. Clay Aiken sings Proud of Your Boy and Nick and Jessica belt out A Whole New World. There are hours of fun with this flick!

Aladdin DVD Rating:5

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