Let's admit it: I've never watched Legends of Everfree ever, but I decided to look into the plot of the movie and the transcript.

So, yeah, I don't know about this movie, but since this is a just a movie that is not being streamed live, it's not my type for now.

Maybe when I check Neflix I will (and there might be another blog regarding this movie). But this is just my review on this movie (that I didn't watch) + today's episode.

My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree

*looks at the transcript*

*looks at the plot*

*looks at images*

Yeah...I don't know about this movie...

Are Hasbro running out of ideas now? Because if a camping trip-turned nightmare fuel for kids isn't enough, then I pass.

This is a movie right? Are we defiinately going to talk about the movie? Yeah, with Midnight Sparkle becoming a thing now and Gloriosa becoming Gaia Everfree and turns the camp into a nightmare.

*sigh* If only this was on TV, I would watch it.

Since it's not though, I can't watch it, despite having Netfilx.

So, if you know what the hell is going on this movie, let me know.

For now, I'll give my ratings...

But only the final score (for now until I finally watch Legends of Everfree) since I don't even know how to sum it up. Somebody please tell me the basics of this movie.

Final score: 7/10

P.P.O.V. (Pony Point of View)


This is just like The Saddle Row Review and What About Discord? combined to make this abomination of mankind.

So we have three candidates for president: Applejack, Pinkie Pie, and Rarity.

Applejack said that Rarity and Pinkie Pie are to blame for wrecking the ship.

Rarity said that Applejack was god crazy to wreck the ship.

But Pinkie Pie said that Rarity was the culprit.

So who I am voting for in the 2016 election? Pinkie Pie. BECAUSE RARITY SUCKS.

But seriously, this episode was kinda good, but bad at the same time.

So I'll give my results on this episode:

Writing: 5/10
Character: 8/10
Comedy: 10/10 (Take that Rarity!)
Replay value: 7/10
No-Rarity: 0/10

Final score: 8/10

Alright, see you next time with Where the Apple Lies. Bye.