I’ve got something to say about this guy:
Storm King is awesome! He’s the villain every child and MLP fan has been waiting for in the franchise.
Liev Schreiber did an awesome job at performing the character, and it looks like he had a lot of fun with the role he played. Storm King practically fit the actor like a glove, and I never even heard of him until now.
I can also tell that the people who created him also had a lot of fun with the character.
I felt so engaged by every moment he had and every line he said. If anyone asks me who I think is the best and most evil villain in MLP, I’ll say with all honesty that my vote goes to the Storm King.
I know his defeat at the end seemed like he’s now dead, but, I really hope the Storm King comes back …Read more >
I know that the last time I made a blog post here, it was on a very deep, personal, and emotional subject. But this time, I’d like to ask you guys something concerning the MLP Movie.
You see, on Wikipedia the Free Encyclopedia, I often go to the page about the movie, and when I get there, I find that the Critical Reception part of it completely lacks in actual critic reviews, both negative, mixed, and positive. All it has is it’s status on Rotten Tomatoes, but, I find that that barely compensates.
I’m interested in adding in actual reviews, but I need your help concerning that.
Many of the reviews made (especially the negative) were based on it being made from a toy line and the series as a whole rather than actually reviewing what the movie …Read more >
When I first heard about Scootaloo having a lesbian aunt through some book, I was immediately startled and exasperated about the whole thing.
I felt like I was in a similar situation as these guys here:
Really Hasbro?! Really?! I thought you guys would be better than this! Don’t you think this would affect your ratings and toy sales in a negative kind of way?! Do you want to draw controversy and outrage among parents and fans who wouldn’t approve?!
It’s bad enough so many other cartoons and studios began pushing in subjects that I don’t like and kids shouldn’t know about yet, but MLP, I thought people like Michael Vogel and Nicole Dubuc would be more mindful of what they can and can’t do and who they’re aiming this…Read more >
At last! After all these months and moments of waiting, I finally got to see My Little Pony: The Movie! Let me just tell you, it was worth the wait!
This movie is based off of the Friendship is Magic TV series, and stars Tara Strong as Princess Twilight Sparkle, Ashleigh Ball as Applejack and Rainbow Dash, Andrea Libman as Pinkie Pie and Fluttershy, Tabitha St. Germain as Rarity, and Cathy Weseluck as Spike the Dragon. The film also features guest performances by Emily Blunt, Kristen Chenoweth, Michael Pena, Liev Schreiber, Taye Diggs, Uzo Aduba, and Sia.
In this story, the ponies of Equestria are getting ready for the nation’s very first Friendship Festival, with pop star pegasus Songbird Serenade (played by Sia) as the main attraction. But…Read more >
I feel so relieved now. For a long time, my head was spinning with the questions I had about My Little Pony: The Movie. They kept coming and coming, and no matter how hard I tried, they just never seemed to leave. As a matter of fact, I became so desperate for answers that I decided to write a letter to Hasbro.
But now, after all these days, weeks, and months of wondering, thinking, and asking, my questions about the upcoming movie have finally been answered. In case you all forgot what they were, I'll repost them here for you.
1. In the early stages, it was at one point said that Joe Ballarini was writing the script for the MLP movie. Nowadays, it has often been said that Meghan McCarthy was writing the script, along with Rita Hsiao as co-…
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