My Little Pony
- 1hr 39m
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THE RIDE NEVER ENDS
It was fun. The animation was really impressive, the musical numbers were really good and it was generally entertaining.
While the main characters appear to have been given a bit of Powerpuff Girl sass by screenwriters Meghan McCarthy, Rita Hsiao and Michael Vogel, it ultimately does little to goose the limited hand-drawn 2D animation.
My Little Pony: The Movie falls apart in the end because it resolves its conflict the way that conventional blockbusters do, and not in the way that My Little Pony does.
Yes, My Little Pony: The Movie, like its television predecessor, is all dressed up in bubbles and cupcakes and rainbows. But it’s so jam-packed with rousing girl power, it passes the Bechdel Test with (literally) flying colors.
Movie Info & Cast
- Emily Blunt
- Kristin Chenoweth
- Liev Schreiber
- Michael Peña
- Zoe Saldana
- Uzo Aduba
- Taye Diggs
Did You Know?
- This is the second "My Little Pony" theatrical film in the saga's history, after My Little Pony: The Movie (1986).
- After Pinkie Pie jumps into the water by the giant water lily and then resurfaces saying "She's gone!", her mane is still dry.
- [from trailer]
- Twilight Sparkle: I'm Princess Twilight Sparkle, and this is my home, Equestria. A land filled with magic, music, and most importantly, friendship! Life is perfect. I mean, what could possibly go wrong?