Actually liked it. Wasn't really blown away but liked it's vibe. Some good jokes, and funny off references. Overall story was maybe a little simple and not totally polished, but I wouldn't call it bad. Also the show didn't shy away from showing some deeper topics, so I can certainly respect that. So overall a enjoyable experience and I'll probably be checking out the upcoming series.
7/10: pretty good.
Reviewed by GiraffeDoor8 / 10
Everypony should see this.
Thoroughly enjoyable addition to the franchise with new characters and a new look.
Its narrative of ethnic tensions and prejudice is not only on brand, it provides an agreeable message that I dare say is still somewhat relevant in a way that's not as sanctimonious or pandering as things usually are lately.
The characters are delightful even if they are familiar types. I did notice that the protagonist undergoes very little character development and somewhat like a Miyazaki protagonist basically gets to enjoy and adventure of being proven right.
But it's still a vibrant and engaging story that doesn't really feel fresh enough to be a theatrical release but it enjoyable for any fan of the franchise even if they haven't seen the whole of the FiM era yet.
Reviewed by rannynm10 / 10
A continuation of the My Little Pony series, this is more modern and filled with great music
My Little Pony: A New Generation is a continuation of the My Little Pony series. It will remind you of the original, but it's more modern. It is very entertaining and interesting. If you have watched the My Little Pony series before, you will enjoy this.
The storyline follows Sunny (Vanessa Hudgens) who is an Earth pony and she meets a unicorn named Izzy (Kimiko Glenn). Unicorns, Earth ponies and Pegasi aren't friends anymore and it is unlikely to see them together. Sunny and Izzy realize that all the ponies don't have any magic and they need to find out why. They travel all through Equestria to find out how to get magic back for everyone.
The songs in this film are very catchy and creative. My favorite song is "Glowin' Up'' performed by Sofia Carson, because it is upbeat, sets the mood and is a good song all around. The storyline is fun and shows us how the times are much more different than it was with the original ponies. My favorite character is Sunny, because she doesn't believe what others want her to believe and she never gives up. She grew up with people always telling her that the other ponies were bad, but she knows how to see the good in them, so she thinks differently. Also, when times get tough Sunny never gives up.
The message of My Little Pony: A New Generation is friendship is magic. If you have been a My Little Pony fan since earlier shows, this message will pop right into your head. This is a great film to watch with the family. Is an awesome film to watch.
I rate My Little Pony: A New Generation 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 6 to 11. You can watch this film on Netflix starting September 24, 2021. Be sure to check it out!