Atom User Reviews for My Little Pony
THE RIDE NEVER ENDS
It was fun. The animation was really impressive, the musical numbers were really good and it was generally entertaining.
Great cast, fun-loving and sweet. This movie is 20% cooler! 🦄⚡
it was not quite what I had expected but it was enjoyable none the less. Though if you are used to the TV animation, it takes a while to adjust to the new style. Other than that, I would recommend it to all my bronies~
the only thing i will say....i understand its a kids movie but young kids (4 and under)should not be allowed in any movie after 9:30 or 10
my daughter loved it!
7 year old loved it, 3 year old was bored at times but still enjoyed
I was disappointed that Starlight Glimmer snd Discord were not in the film. But it was fantastic regardless!
Actually surprised it was better than expected! Simple story to follow but some surprises thrown in there made it a great movie. And they're cute af.
Kids loved it...I suffered through until the end!
The villians were honestly the best characters in the movie. There was also too much singing.
Somewhat boring for parents, but there were a couple of innuendos for the grown ups too.
Really cute and the songs were really catchy
I Loved it!
Definitely a kiddy film but WAY TOO MUCH singing! I thought I was watching a Disney film.
This movie sucks !!!
Way better than i thought it would be. my daughter loved it and it teaches good morals
Should of waited for the Netflix version
Like watching really colorful paint dry - to music! Really uninspired music.
They just put this movie out because little girls love the show and they knew it would probably be a big seller. But the movie was overall terrible. 0 stars. It was rushed
good for kids.
Have no idea why this is in theaters. Should've been direct to DVD. #ByTheNumbers
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.