My Little Pony: The Movie Adaptation Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-04-04 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 4 user ratings

" This was very good. It was well written and the whole thing was beautiful and adorable. " said.

" Again a very magical and artsy graphic novel of the My Little Pony movie! I have seen the movie so the book was nothing new. But I loved seeing it portrayed in comic form. I am just a big fan so I got the book anyways. And I liked the intro of all the ponies in the beginning! " said.

" 3 stars.I downgraded this to 3 stars as it's not the original 80s and I'm a mega 80s cartoon girl 100%. I stay away from all the *crappy* remakes that are now out there but I thought I'd give this a try. I've seen a few episodes and it's not awful and it's definitely not a replacement of the original butttt it was still enjoyable. It was cute and it's a definite must for all fans. " said.

" It's cute and all and followed the movie almost perfect. But slapping together a graphic novel adaptation simply can't do this movie justice. It cuts out most of the sung lyrics to Make it shorter and easier to follow while reading, but it takes away from important characterization you only get through the songs. Also, you can't full appreciate the stunning animation in a book. Still, a decent read. Recommended to very dedicated fans of the mlp. " said.

" This was such a lame book. Sawyer (4.5) loves My Little Ponies. It seems like every page followed the same pattern: “And then they got caught! But then they were rescued.” Without ever explaining how they got rescued. Even Sawyer said, “How did they get rescued?!” I realize it’s hard to condense a movie into a small book but even our “Finding Nemo” board book does a better job of picking the most important plot points and fleshing them out. " said.

"I'm posting this on behalf of a child from school, with parental permission.
My Little Pony Movie Book
By Meghan McCarthy
This is a story about Twilight the magic pony and her friends. They’ve been asked to help save Ponyville from the nasty Storm King who wants it all for himself. With some extra help from Capper the cat they manage to banish the Storm King and Ponyville is saved.
Parts of the story were quite tense, other parts were quite sad but it was always exciting. In the end I was relieved. I am looking forward to reading it to my little sister once she’s a bit older, I know she’ll love it!
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