Hi, I'm PoZOBLoZO and I'm an anti brony, I'm winnerinfinity from YouTube and I troll lots of bronies. This show is so girly, No one likes it, it just sucks, I don't like it, all of these stupid bronies need to grow up.
(Edit) Keep on reporting me, c'mon, I'm fucking waiting...
First of all, I want to thank the amazing and wonderful people who created this show. Not only did it touch me from the inside but it also changed my life to the better. At first, I thought this show was just for girly girls under the age of 10 and I thought whoever watches this show might have psychological problems. But NOW I realized that this is the best SHIT that ever came out on the Television. ( I meant that in the kindest way I could, I'm not kidding, this show is soo damn good that I just had to swear to let my emotions come out ) THANK YOU MAINLY TO LAUREN FAUST AND HASBRO!
to all those haters out there, here's what I have to say " Haters Gonna Hate" GOOD DAY :D
I am not a brony, but I am still giving it a green. The show is OK, but it's not the best. I understand bronies and pegasisters and all that, but, to me, It's just not quite there yet. The show stars six ponies/unicorns/pegasi named Twilight, Pinkie, Rainbow, Apple, Flutter, and Rarity. They go on either exciting or dangerous adventures. I watched a few episodes, and they were only OK. Overall, I am giving it a 7 for not terrible, but not the best either.
Rainbow Dash is awesome, and not to mention that i have a huge crush on her. This show reminds me of every good cartoon i used to like. Fluttershy is cuter, hotter, and friendlier than the cutest things possible. Rainbow Dash is my favorite character though. If youre talking fame, this show deserves 100000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000% + 20% of it. I LOVE THIS SHOW SO MUCH AND I CANT STOP WATCHING IT AND DONT TELL ME TO STOP.
I love watching this show!! My favorite characters are the Mane Six (of course!), The Cutie Mark Crusaders, Trixie, Big McIntosh, Shining Armor, Spitfire, Cherilee, Princess Celestia and Luna. My least favorites are Diamond Tiara, Silver Spoon, Snips & Snails.
I love how satisfying the show also love how it doesn't have to rely on mean-spirited humor, gross-out jokes, and quick writing to be a good show. I also love the majority of the lessons delivered.
The plots and the art is superb. Keep up the good work, my little pony!
Yeah, I'm honestly quite afraid to state anything wrong with this show, and to be fair, there isn't much. It only gets a lower rating because of the Brony Movement taking over my school. Characters, plot, everything is decent. Again, really scared of Bronies...... yeah that's a recurring theme. PLEASE DON'T KILL ME D:
Let's say it was good. But the season 2 finale got me down. Let me tell you why in the ratings by season.
RATINGS BY SEASON:
Season 1 (2010-2011) This season was good, but I see nothing superb with it, unlike season 2 which was a smaller waste of time. 6/10
Season 2 (2011-2012) It was a bit better than the previous season, but this season also had a few troubles. Mainly because of the finale (Which was a very bad finale) So I give this season an 8/10. Just for the problems, & the final that may have caused these problems.
Season 3 (2012-2013) It's actually better than I thought. Although, the animation errors ruined it so I give it a 7/10. The animation improved though.
I can't wait for season 4. I rate this show (so far) a 7/10.
I am amazed at you "boys" and "men" who like this show. I was told by a friend to watch the show and see if I would like it. He is a brony. And this shows sucks for someone my age ESPECIALLY since I'm a boy. I give this a low score because I don't like it and in all honesty the show itself is not very good. Writing is average. Animation is as good as anything else on TV. I came here to see what this is rated and I am shocked at an 8.8. It does not deserve this.
Oh my gosh, I can't believe it, I absolutely love this show. It may look like a show for young girls, however it has a huge fanbase. The plots are adorable, cute and funny. It's good for teaching younger kids lessons about friendship and is actually for all the family, I think my mom is becoming a fan. (I'm She sat down and watched it with me the other day. She's taken a liking to Fluttershy. However, my favourite pony is Rainbow Dash. She does represent me a lot. I'd say my favourite villain from this show is Discord.
The designs look good and interesting, and it doesn't make the ponies look disturbing. I got nightmares from G3. Although it's a bit overrated, I will sit down and watch it anytime. I like '''The return of Harmony'', ''Find a pet'' and ''One bad apple'' the best. The first episode I watched was ''Call of the Cutie'' However Scootaloo is my favourite CMC. Not only are they all likable but even relatable!
When I heard about this show about 1 year ago, I thought it was just something cute for 6-year old girls. But then, videos about this show suddenly appeared on the internet, and they grew more and more. Then I saw reviews on tv.com praising it. I couldn't believe my eyes. I thought, "How could people like something meant for 6-year old girls be this popular." So, finally, I put the show on. And I have to say, this is incredible.
The story is about Twilight Sparkle, a young pony who enjoys learning and studying magic. However, she has become an antisocial horse, who refuses to make friends, and focuses more on reading books. That is until she moves, with her pet dragon Spike, to Ponyville, Equestria, where she is told by her mentor Princess Celestia to study friendship. While there she meets the strong, hard-working Applejack, the brave, yet brash Rainbow Dash, the shy, scared Fluttershy, the crazy, random Pinkie Pie, and the fashionable, beautiful Rarity. While there she learns compromise, acceptance, teamwork, and more.
Now the plot is a tad dull, it makes up for it with all the characters. Not only are they all likable but even relatable. For example, Twilight Sparkle is so wrapped up in learning, she's avoided all social interactions. This is something that's happened to me when I was a kid. In fact, we all can identify with being wrapped up in something we're passoniate, we isolate the people we know, and sometimes even ourselves. I also love how the messages are very subtle. It isn't shoved in, and talked about briefly.
However, a very minor problem is the songs. Don't get me wrong, some are pretty good, and catchy, but others aren't that memorable to me, and they kind of drag on.
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic is a big surprise. It's something I strongly recommend to give at least one watch to. My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic gets a 9.5
Well well well, it's been a few years since I wrote a review on my account. I only came back to write one last review and that is about the great and amazing My Little Pony Friendship is Magic. A show like this can really bring my mood to higher extensions, it's not a show just to watch when you're bored, it's more than that, it's a show that you watch because you love it so much and realize how lovable the characters are. Speaking of lovable characters, Fluttershy is without a doubt the most adorable character on the show in my opinion and definitely my favorite pony. I have been a brony for almost 2 years now and completely happy that I am. The fact I have been catching up on every new episode and being able to enjoy it while it's still on the air makes me feel pleased. I really don't think any show, quite possibly not in the future, will ever touch the slightest hair of this show, it has changed my life since the day I first watched the pilot episode. Friends, hear me out and please watch the show, if you don't want to that's fine, I'm just saying it's literally one of the very very few cartoons that are great. If you watch the show, I also want to recommend watching Dan vs. which is on the same channel as mlp. Those two show have made the Hub a A+ channel for me. I thank you for reading my review, MLP will always be god tier in my eyes.
As much as The Hub would have prefered MLP:FIM's primary demographic to be young girls, there is something about this show that has earned the attention of people of all ages and genders.
I'll admit, I've found this show charming and I'm an adult male, but not a full-on Bronie like those who are fanatic about the show. But I've also watched a lot of cartoons as live action has fallen into three groups: deadpan sitcom (where the comedy is a laugh track and you are in your room silently watching), Cop Drama, Reality TV Pap, and the News. So Animation continues to be my favorite genre. Even more so when Lauren Faust places her hands on paper and makes magic, be it three girls made of Sugar, Spice, Everything Nice and Chemical X, Imaginary Friends looking for a new home, or a small heard of ponies making their way in the world.
There's no shame in liking this show. Even if you are the most "manly man" or a dad stuck watching shows with your daughters, you'll likely find something to like about this show.
It may look like a show for 5/6/7 year old girls, but it has a really big fanbase, the bronies. It has great voice acting, original episodes, learns you life lessons and I could rant about this forever. There is always a character you can relate yourself with (for me it is Twilight Sparkle) and its not only, "look its the villain. Bang he's dead, but the ponies even make mistakes at sometimes crucial moments. Also breaking of te fourth wall (thank you Pinkie Pie). But what i'm trying to say, don't hate something you've never watched. Try it out!
At first glance, you'd think My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic is just another failure of a TV show for 5-10 year old girls, another clever market ploy created by Hasbro to make more money. It's more than just tea parties and dress-up though, this show has something more than that; it has a connection to the audience. Literally, anyone can connect to one of the characters. That is what makes this show so magical, and what attracted this brony fanbase. Unlike many shows, this show explores the main chararacter's faults as well as their good side. Also, they're not too hard on the eyes (Generation 3 of My Little Pony was absolutely horrible). Underneath the dirt and grime of the TV world, there lies a hope, a glimmer for love and tolerance. That is what we call 'My Little Pony: Friendship is
The show is not just for little girls, it can be good for lots of people even guys like myself. I thought the first time i saw this show it would stink just because of the theme song and the toys but it turned out well for me and i thought it was pretty good. I think the show's art is quite amazing too and that it has good voice actors. I used to not like stuff like this but now i kinda do.
Cutie mark? I can get you a rainbow mark in a dash! Hey, who are you going to listen to? Somepony who does this all day, or your sister. The answer is ME! I always liked rainbows and all, but I was dashing nowhere in a dash. It wasn't until my very first dash that I rainbowed a rainbow me to dash! And rainbow! Dash rainbow dash rain dash rainbow rain dash dash! Follow me!
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic is that rare case in which it can find an audience in anyone that's open-minded enough to look past its girly structure and to give something a chance. Once you do, you realize that the characters have... character. Something lacking in TV nowadays, especially educational media, the main characters in the show are actually realized, and have consistent character traits making them memorable. It also helps for me that the show is vastly cute. It is honestly one of the cutest shows out there. Though its first couple episodes and some season 2 episodes are kind of "eh" quality, it's definitely a good show for kids, teens, and adults alike. I would show this to my kids if I ever had one, it's better than that Disney/Dora/Barbie/Brats garbage that treats kids like they have a mental illness, and it's one of the few kids shows I might want to actually watch with them. Though not perfect, it is good, especially for a kids show designed to sell toys. Now, with the brony culture, it's... a good one, I suppose. The ones that don't take their love and toleration too far, announce it around every corner, and spam message boards with their Pony love is all right with me. The community also shows it knows how to make fanfiction as well with My Little Dashie, a sadfic that is surprisingly strong, albeit very depressing. It also shows that it can make creepy shit like any other community with Cupcakes, among others. Avoid at all costs, if you're not into that stuff. Now the cloppers... eh, whatever floats your boat, I guess. I don't have a problem with it, I suppose.
I love this show. It has awesome writing, crisp animation, great voice acting, relatable characters, morals, AND a fun fandom. A lot of things previously mentioned aren't easily found in kid's shows these days. For some reason it just doesn't matter anymore, and the same, overused elements are slapped onto a show to label it as great. Plus, there aren't lots of lessons and morals expressed, the shows are usually encouraging kids to "have fun and not be so worried" ( though the way it's expressed, it should be translated to "let loose and be irresponsible"). Also, regardless of the disturbing/sexual content Bronies produce (which, need I remind you, ISN'T from everyone and can be found in ANY fandom), many fans create beautiful art, through music, fan fiction, and visual masterpieces. The Brony fandom is one of the most welcoming, accepting everypony regardless of gender, race, disability, sexual orientation, etc. Also, they actually TRY to follow the show's lessons, even creating organizations to help others (Bronies For Good). My Little Pony is a wonderful show, and teaches many good things about. It isn't perfect, but then again, no show is.
Honestly, the thing that upsets me the MOST about the show and fandom is that I can't be a brony/pegasister because I'm a twelve year-old girl. :P
This is the BEST show EVER!!! I think that it's mostly appropriate for kids. It teaches lessons about friendship, family, etc... It also has a wide variety of characters with completely different personalities, it is also the kind of show that can easily make you smile. It has great voice actors that are very, very talented at it. Also, the show is actually really entertaining to watch! I recommend this to everypony. ^-^