My Little Pony. Friendship Is Magic

My Little Pony. Friendship Is Magic

Keys of Friendship

DVD - 2014
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Faced with the new responsibilities of being a princess, Twilight Sparkle is anxious to prove herself. By protecting Equestria, with her best friends: Rainbow Dash, Rarity, Fluttershy, Apple Jack and Spike, Twilight Sparkle realizes the most important lesson of all. Though some things change, the strongest magic is that of friendship.
Publisher: Los Angeles, CA : Shout! Factory, c2014.
Branch Call Number: MYL
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 110 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Additional Contributors: Shout! Factory (Firm)
Hasbro Studios

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Nov 19, 2014

i love my little pony for its grate script work and its detail to the backround and all the ponies and i like all of the six but my fav pony is rainbow dash rainbow is my because of her attitude she is confident in her self and she is bad a** but she is cool when she is around other ponies but she is a hole new pony when she is alone she is kinda like flutter shy when she is alone i like both side's thou. but what i was trying to get at before i started all of this is the finale battle with twilight sparkle vs the other guy i cant remember but the battle was epic that's when twilight fine's the object that she got thru her talent witch is magic and after she unlocks the chest that is when she got her castle after her tree library got burnt down because of the epic battle.

EmilyBoban Nov 18, 2014

I love all the ponies even more! In "Rarity takes Manehattan", the pony that she buys a flower for has "Grumpy Cat" as his cutie mark! :)

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Sep 11, 2014

And the references go WAY over their heads. Lauren Faust created this series with the intent that parents could watch it with their children. An unintended consequence was the older male and female fans who enjoy the animation, story, and characters, taking the lessons de jour to heart. True, some fans do things that were unintended by the show's creators, but those who contribute to charitable works and create new works exemplify exactly what 'FiM' is about.

So a word of advice to Bronies and non-Bronies alike: This is a fandom that exists, so it is best to accept that there are those who like it and those who don't.

Bronies, please follow Pinkie Pie's advice: "the only thing that should be shoved in anypony's face is chocolate cake." So don't shove the fandom in others' faces, because it's like chocolate cake anyway. Don't try to get others to 'join the herd' because that just frustrates people.

Non-Bronies, if you do get the motivation to give the show a try, please watch it with an open mind. That is all anyone else could or should ask of you. Take a few episodes, if you can, to make your judgement for yourself.

My own judgement is that 'MLP: FiM' is very watchable and enjoyable. I just wonder why Hasbro releases these DVDs with 5 or so episodes across seasons, and not chronologically by season?

By the way, the cover seems to indicate that the season 4 finale is included. That plus all the 'key' episodes should be 6 episodes. This implies the DVD is missing something. Also, the finale is one of those episodes that challenges, very loudly, the supposition that 'FiM' is for little girls: Tirek is back from G1 Purgatory.

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