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My Little Pony: A Very Minty Christmas (2007)

My Little Pony: A Very Minty Christmas (2007)

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The beacon that draws Santa to Ponyville has been broken, and it's up to Minty and friends to repair it so that Christmas will arrive as scheduled in this family oriented animated holiday film. Minty has broken the "Here Comes Christmas Candy Cane," and with out it odds are Santa won't be able to deliver his abundant holiday cheer this year. As Minty strives to get the beacon back in shape so all of her pony friends will have a memorable holiday, her friends gather to support their clumsy but well-meaning friend and the group soon learns that the true meaning of Christmas goes beyond the arrival of Santa and the giving of gifts.

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Hasbro toys await Santa; preschoolers only.

December 14, 2010 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for My Little Pony: A Very Minty Christmas

The animation looks particularly shoddy, but he film's greatest crime is the annoying, generic, craptastic protagonist. Why do kids shows usually have some annoying twat of a character we are supposed to care about? Monty is one of those people that can't leave anything alone. She's always touching stuff and pissing about, only to act surprised when she breaks something. After this, she then acts like some victim. Her great idea is to commit greater felonies, such as breaking in to the homes of her friends. At least the title song is a catchy little ditty, but past that it's annoying kiddy crap. Only show this to particularly dumb kids.

Luke Baldock
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