“My Little Pony, The Movie”: A terrible, cringe experience

This is a picture of me ordering the tickets online Photo Credit: Eric Pacheco

By: Erik Pacheco ’20

The one movie that I do not recommend is the “My Little Pony: The Movie.” Director’s added “The Movie” incase you did not know this was a movie. This movie is filled with simple animations, terrible names for each pony, and songs that disrupt you while watching the movie.

Movie was so low price and I could tell why. This movie is like 3 episodes of My Little Pony crushed together to form a one hour movie that does not make any sense. I am still trying to figure out why it took so long to write this movie out. Directors must have been trying to figure out terrible names for each pony.

This film has the most simplest animation that I have ever seen. There was nothing different from the film to the actual episodes of My Little Pony. As I said, they probably thought of crushing three episodes into one full hour of plain boredom. This movie was just a cliche from every other episodes that was made from My Little Pony. This film is just like every Disney Movie out there: predictable and very redundant. My Little Pony Movie has no good animation in it, but the producers took their time to create a supposed movie that seems like every Disney and other episodes of the My Little Pony series.

The My Little Pony Movie has the most weirdest and terrible names for ponies. For example, one of the main villains in the movie was named, “Fizzle Pop Berry Twist.” I mean we waited 3 years for this movie, instead we got “Fizzle Pop Berry Twist.” There are other names that I found terrible and weird including: Songbird Serenade, Grubber, and Captain Celaeno. The other ponies are the same ponies from every other episode from the My Little Pony series.

Now, there is the soundtrack towards this movie. It is just an absolute NO. First of all, the songs in this movie just completely disrupted me from enjoying this movie, not like I enjoyed it. At the end of the movie, it contains a performance of Songbird Serenade, played by Sia, and that is the only part of soundtrack I actually enjoyed hearing because she is a professional singer and the rest are not.

People would disagree and say this was the best movie ever, has the best animations, and creative names for each ponies. Well, this movie has simple animations looks like every pony movie out there, and it just looks like they named each pony from what popped in their head and sounds like a family friendly name.

  • Total of $8.77
  • 1 hour and 39 minutes
  • Director – Jayson Thiessen
  • Soundtrack – $9.99