The Mulan experiment

Would you pay $30 to watch a new movie at home?

Mulan.
(Image credit: Illustrated | IMP Awards, iStock)

Over the past 48 hours, a question has swept through social media as swift as a coursing river: Would you pay $30 to see Mulan?

It turned out to be as divisive a topic as how dogs wear pants. Fans fractured into groups that thought the price tag was "worth it," and those who called the fee a "rip off" or a "scam." "For 30 bucks, you should be in it," quipped the Today show's Savannah Guthrie.

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