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My Little Pony: Equestria Girls: Legend Of Everfree (Bluray/DVD Combo) [Blu-ray]
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What Could Be More Fun Than A Field Trip To Everyponys Favorite Camp?
When Canterlot High School goes on a field trip to Camp Everfree, they're surprised to find a magical force is causing strange things to happen. Twilight Sparkle , with the help of the Mane 6 and especially Sunset Shimmer (who refuses to give up on her), must confront the dark "Midnight Sparkle", within herself and embrace her newfound magical abilities to save the beloved camp from closing down for good!
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 7.25 x 5.75 x 0.5 inches; 3.2 Ounces
- Item model number : 43212267
- Director : Ishi Rudell
- Media Format : Animated, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
- Run time : 1 hour and 13 minutes
- Release date : November 1, 2016
- Actors : Ashleigh Ball, Tara Strong, Rebecca Shoichet
- Studio : Shout Factory
- ASIN : B01JNMF4QA
- Number of discs : 2
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I don't get the dislike for this movie. It does a great job at exploring Twilight's character.
This movie takes place just after Season 3 but just before Season 4. At the end of Season 3, Twilight becomes an Alicorn and in this movie, you get to see how she deals with it a little (the first 5 minutes or so of the movie) and then later how she deals this new world and how she tries to solve things in that (Equestria Girls) world.
I am making this review after seeing all three Equestria Girls movie so far (2015). I know some fans don't like the movie but honestly, I don't understand why. The movie does a great job at exploring Twilight's character (at least the first half).
Now I admit that in the second half, the sense of struggle with Twilight is gone but I still appreciate the movie for adding more depth to Twilight's character.
Personally I love this movie because it touched me.
The scene that did it (some minor spoilers) is the scene where Twilight couldn't figure out how to use a vending machine and she looked so sad and said how she didn't know much about this world or if she can find a way this time. Another scene was when Twilight wasn't sure whether the others would believe she is a Pony Princess.
Those two scenes alone (alone with the rest of the movie) made the movie worth it. It adds a lot to Twilight's character. You get to see another side (well you do sometimes in FIM but not as much) of Twilight. You feel her struggles and you want her to succeed.
In the regular MLP: FIM show, I find that characters aren't explored (in terms of conflict) as much The movie does a great job with exploring Twilight and giving her a conflict that she kind of struggles with (something that shows another side of Twilight that isn't as explored as much).
I admit though, Twilight only kind of struggles during the first half of the movie. The second half kind of doesn't have as much sense of a conflict or struggle (but it's still touching all the way through). Regardless though, I found the movie enjoyable throughout.
One negative though is that there is a few dull moments in the movie but I'd say the majority of the movie is enjoyable.
Personally, I like it more than Rainbow Rocks and it is equal with Friendship Games. The problem I have with Rainbow Rocks is that while there is more things happening (and more characters), there isn't as much sense of progression in conflict.
The majority of Rainbow Rocks were characters arguing (or aimlessly trying to find some way to win against the Sirens), then near the end of the movie there was a 2 minute pep talk that suddenly switched things around and let the Mane Six + Sunset Shimmer win. That's why I don't like Rainbow Rocks as much (I did enjoy it though). Not only that, (personally) Rainbow Rocks didn't really show a specific character struggling in the way that it touched me (and I wanted them to win). IMO, both Equestria Girls (this movie) and Friendship Games does a better job at that than Rainbow Rocks. I rate Rainbow Rocks 4/5 though, it was still enjoyable but personally I didn't like it as much as the other two.
Overall, that's why I give this movie a 5/5. It does a great job at exploring Twilight Sparkle's character.
With all this said, there is a strange audio difference between the blu-ray and the digital copy. The digital copy's audio sounds like the movie is being played through a window, it sounds distant. My only guess is that the file is of lower quality to keep costs down. The blu-ray's audio is perfect, I watched it three times in a row just to make sure. Just to make sure.
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This is the 4th MLP film. I recommend getting them in order - Equestria Girls, Rainbow Rocks, Friendship Games and then Legend of Everfree - since the story continues. Age wise, probably best suited to 5-9 year olds.