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  1. I'm not so sure about that. I think all of the ponies on the show are herbivores, but eat eggs and dairy products. The chickens obviously provide the ponies with eggs, the cattle with milk, the sheep with wool and I think the pigs could sniff out truffles and mushrooms. I don't think any of the sapient animals are in slavery or anything. I think the cows and animals voluntarily provide the ponies with their services (e.g. milk) in exchange for shelter and protection; kind of like a mutual symbiotic relationship. The cows appear to have a degree freedom and independence. We've seen Daisy Jo roaming about Ponyville like the donkeys. I love seeing non-pony animals which are sapient, especially when they're other hooved animals. I'm really hoping the deer from the comics also appear on the show.
  2. Andrea Libman She voices my two favourite ponies: Pinkie Pie and Fluttershy
  3. Yeah, this as well! It's good that she actually has a family.
  4. Being too kawaii ^_____^
  5. Depends on how much I got. But I would probably: Donate 1/5th or 1/4th to Alzheimer/cancer/poverty/animal welfare charities Share my wealth with my close family member Purchase my own house Buy a car Pay off my student debt
  6. For sure! Although it's hard to imagine Pinkie Pie disliking anybody for that long without a good reason to.
  7. I think it's cool that My Little Pony finally has gay characters. I'm hoping Scootaloo's aunts will appear on the show and that they're written well. It's disappointing that some fans are responding badly. It's far from the first time gay characters have appeared in children's cartoons. Take The Legend of Korra and Star. vs the Forces of Evil. I think it's a good thing that the franchise isn't going to shy away from having gay characters. It's not something kids don't understand. The show's writers have always had progressive social views as far as I'm aware, and accepting your friends and their little quirks has always been a big part of the show.
  8. DID SOMEBODY SAY CANNON? In all seriousness, I've never seen anything suggesting it isn't canon. We even have an idea where it fits in with the timeline of the show. According to Big Jim it's set between season 7 and season 8.
  9. I don't think that sounds bad. The movie's budget probably won't have been $65 million. That's not far off from Despicable Me 3's budget (although Illumination's movies are cheaper to make in comparison to their competitors). I don't think Hasbro thinks it will be that much of a success or compete with anything from Disney, Dreamworks or Illumination. Not to say that I don't think the movie was good or well animated. I actually love the new character designs, 3D models and the animation. It probably had $15-25 million budget range like others said. I predict the film will probably break even soon enough and make a moderate profit. It's got a long way to go and it still hasn't opened in some places (like the UK). Even if it doesn't break even, the revenue from toys and merchandise will surely help. There's a reason these kinds of films were treat as feature-length toy adverts. I don't think there's anything to be gloomy about yet.
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    (Bear in mind I haven't seen the film myself. It's not out in my country yet. But I've seen parts of it and have read a loose summary of the plot.) Personally, as far as plot holes go, it doesn't sound that bad since it doesn't concern the core story told within the movie. Characters like Discord were probably omitted to cater towards a general audience. It's understadable given that they're trying to cater to the largest demographic imaginable, and expecting people to be familiar with all of these characters could risk alienating viewers not caught up with all the episodes. I'm personally glad they didn't feel too constrained by the events of the show and gave us new stuff. There's only so much you can do in 99 minutes. I did think it was nit-picky of that IGN review to bash the film for not being 100% consistent with all of the episodes. Realistically, stuff like that is only going to bother huge nerds like us. Not that the complaints aren't valid. But as I said, it is understandable why the movie didn't take the time to introduce the dragons, yaks and Discord. Perhaps we'll get an explanation for the absence of these characters if we pester question the crew enough.
  11. Their sexuality is never really brought up, and the creators probably intended for them to be straight so as not to arouse any controversy. Although there's been a lot of advancements in how LGBTQ+ people are treated over the last decade, it's still a sensitive issue, sadly. But as far as head canons go, I've always figured: Twilight is asexual (but heteromantic) Apple Jack is straight Pinkie Pie is bisexual/pansexual Rarity is straight Rainbow Dash is a lesbian Fluttershy is bisexual (female preference)
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    Don't forget King Sombra. I think he just flat-out died at the The Crystal Empire. I'm not really against it killing off the Storm King. Tempest already fulfilled the role of a redeemable villain. It would have been too schmaltzy and unbelievable to redeem all of the bad guys. I don't think it's inappropriate for a villain to die in a children's movies since it happens all the time and I think most kids are pretty accustomed to it. They'll have to be if they've ever watched a Disney film. I do like how the show takes an optimistic perspective towards villains and offers almost everybody a second chance. But it won't work for everybody because, as much as I hate to say it, some people just won't change. I'm glad there that there are exception were a character doesn't change. It makes each redemption much more meaningful.
  13. Correct me if I'm wrong, but the My Little Pony Movie has been in production for years. I think they first formally announced back in 2014-2015? I don't think they would have managed to successfully pitch a movie within the first few seasons. Or it would have been hard to since the show was still somewhat new. The first SpongeBob movie didn't begin until after the production of season 3 in 2002. Yeah, it would have been better seeing as it would a debuted during the fandom's peak around 2012-2013. It might have improved the film's performance financially. I'd have much preferred an actual movie over Equestria Girls, which I thought was quite tepid at best. I thought it was a wasted effort because I didn't like season 3 all that much and EQG probably detracted from its quality; it wasn't really worth the trade-off in my opinion. Season 3 actually put me off the show for a few years. But I am glad that a film was made at all. And that it's a good movie given that most of the fan responses seem to be fairly positive.
  14. I didn't imagine them playing a major role in the film. Maybe just appearing in the epilogue as foals or babies. Just like the ending of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows were Harry, Ron and Hermione are now parents and are shown taking their kids to Hogwarts for the first time. I don't think it would be a bad way of setting up the next series.