Playing with Fire is risible white-hot garbage.
It’s about 3 years too late, will win no new fans, and never escapes feeling like The Film of The TV Show, but My Little Pony: The Movie serves as an enjoyable microcosm of why Friendship is Magic is so beloved.
In a perfect example of why you should never give anyone any kind of creative freedom on anything, Screen 1 this week is turned into an outlet for Callum to profess his love for My Little Pony. Much to Lucy’s chagrin, this includes an in-depth review of Equestria Girls: Friendship Games, and lots of fan-created… Read More Screen 1 (26/10/2015)
It lacks the surprise “this actually works!” factor of the original, but My Little Pony: Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks is otherwise a better film in every respect.
Callum Petch believes that he may be part of the problem and for that he is not sorry.
Although it’s not bad, Tinker Bell & The Pirate Fairy is dull, forgettable and soulless.
At the end of 2013, the editor of Screened.com asked me to write up a list of my favourite films of the year. This was the result.
I mentioned last week that this was going to be the make-or-break season for My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.
Trying to explain exactly why My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic is so popular is one of life’s great mysterious paradoxes.