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    The new adaption of Stephen King's It. It's not a bad film. It's a lot darker than the TV mini-series, and contains some pretty good scares. They made Pennywise a lot creepier and less corny than the old version. I'm not sure how it compares to the book because I never read the novel.
  2. Yeah, I'd love to see. Ah, that's a shame, and quite surprising. I wasn't expecting spoilers, but I'd have love to have read a review of it. (Oh yeah! It's good there's more UK bronies on here. xD)
  3. I'd go with Twilight, Pinkie Pie or Fluttershy. Ooh, maybe Starlight Glimmer!
  4. Aww, that sucks! But don't feel like any less of fan just because you can't go on opening night. I certainly can't. I also imagine that some people can't go at all because of commitments to other things or because they're too embarrassed to. It's good to support the move in theaters. But there's nothing bad you can do except pirate the movie/see it without paying or anything like that.
  5. That's heartbreaking. I'd only ever pay to see the film. I never pirate stuff.
  6. No, I didn't. I'm in England. Did she anything else about it? Or is that just it?
  7. If it does really well, I can see it getting a >70% on Rotten Tomatoes and a moderately good performance at the box office. Although in all likelihood, I think the movie will be in the 40-60% range and just break even. That's okay because all the profits from toys and merchandise would ultimately make it profitable. I can't see it doing that badly either way. I'm not sure how critics will react to it. The show has received a decent enough reception. Perhaps the critics might be pleased if they come in with the lowest possible expectations, much like many of us did when we first watched the show. I guess only time will tell.
  8. Can't you just tell them you're going to the movies? If they asked, you could just tell them about a different movie if you're really embarrassed about it. Or maybe you could go on bus to the cinema if you can't drive there without them? If you absolutely want to tell them, I don't think it's that big of a deal. Just say that you like the show. Accentuate that you think it's a lot better than the previous generations and that it's one of the few animated movies coming out with 2D animation. They might tease you a bit, but if they're reasonable, they shouldn't have any major issue with it. Really it's no worse than you going to see Frozen or Moana or any DIsney movie.
  9. I don't know. I guess I'm just drawn to the show because it contains a refreshing lack of cynicism, the characters are relatable and the world of Equestria is somewhere I could get lost in. It's very cute and a lot better than something you would expect from an cartoon called My Little Pony, much less a show primary aimed towards little girls. Plus the community surrounding it is pretty cool and they create tonnes of amazing content! I guess my reasons for liking the show aren't quite as...philosophical. Not that there's anything wrong for liking the show for reasons like that.
  10. General

    That Disney movie! .
  11. Movies/TV

    I know it would be a complete rip-off, but an episode which explores Twilight's emotions (represented by each of her friends) like that would be a really neat idea for an episode!
  12. I'd like for the 3D platformer ("collectathon") genre as a whole to make a resurgence. People see these types of games as being dated after the 90s, but I still think there's tonnes of potential for them. I love games such as Spyro the Dragon, Banjo-Kazooie and anything by Rare, really. I can't believe Microsoft would just let them go to waste seeing as they're sitting on great franchises like Banjo and Conker's Bad Fur Day. Luckily, we're seeing somewhat of a resurgence with games like Yooka-Laylee and Super Lucky's Tale. I really hope this trend can continue. Gaming today is too saturated with shooters.
  13. Movies/TV

    Ooh, they should get me to produce, direct, write and star in the inevitable meme movie!
  14. Nah, the show probably would have survived for a few seasons and been commercially successful without bronies by virtue of catering well to its target audience. I'm pretty sure young girls have always like cute, colourful unicorns and are always going to ask their parents to buy toys of them. The real question is whether the show would have lasted this long and got movie without bronies. It's hard to say. It's true that FiM is probably the longest running MLP animated series. I don't know if I'd say that this is explicitly because of bronies, but I'd say the show's success among adults helped sustain it. Unlike kids, we have more disposable income to spend on toys/merchandise. That's got to count for something!
  15. Mega Thread

    Very hungry..........