Mary Poppins Returns
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My Little Pony: Equestria Girls continues the appeal of Friendship Is Magic, as the heartening lessons of Ponyville-on friendship, leadership, morality, etc.-transcend its equine-dominated world.
At the end of the day, this is still a show for kids. There are elements that you can enjoy as an adult, but it's still for kids...If you love My Little Pony, you'll love this film.
Ponies turn into teens in cute but highly commercial 'toon.
I wouldn't suggest paying to watch it, but if you held a gun to my head and told me I had to see it again, I'd say, "Sure, fine whatevs." It's far from the worst movie based on a TV cartoon I've ever seen.
Spin-off is as good as the TV show. The idea of sending Twilight Sparkles to the human world was very well crafted. The animations and character design were exquisite, the plot was nice. The musical numbers were catchy. It paid a great deal of homage to the first episode of the series which was a nice surprise. Nearly all the major characters from the TV show were in the movie. However, I do complain that the high school setting was slightly far-fetched, but again, it's a movie for kids. MLP forever!
My Little Pony has had an unprecedented cult following in the last year due to the fact that just about everyone of every age and gender can honestly enjoy it. I'm not even ashamed as a guy to say that I enjoy it, and this film is no exception. This is more like a fan's dream of perceiving favored cartoon characters as people like us with real life problems and factors in quite nicely to what was meant to be the plot here. It just deserves credit for what it was supposed to be and what it brought to the table.
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