‘My Little Pony: The Movie’ Film Review

Grade: D+

I may not be a huge Brony (Male fan of ‘My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic’, in case you were out of the loop) enough to have seen every episode of the popular sensation, created by Lauren Faust, and based on the toy line by Hasbro; but from what I have seen, there was no reason for ‘My Little Pony: The Movie’ to exist other than to provide fan service. No deposit mobile casino bonus codes online casino deposit 1 euro it just seems slow for an hour-and-a-half children’s movie; and despite its shoehorned musical numbers being toe-tappingly fun, the forced comedy barely helps; I barely heard any laughs from the few children in the audience. I cannot say I did not chuckle at a couple of its lines; ‘My Little Pony: The Movie’ has its cutesy elements that made ‘Friendship is Magic’ entertaining.

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‘La La Land’ Film Review

Grade: A-

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They sure don’t make musicals like they used to. At least that’s what Damien Chazelle’s newest movie ‘La La Land’ wants you to think. It is a beautiful, whimsical, artsy, emotionally packed throwback to the classic “great” musicals of the 50’s and 60’s. From its cinematography presented in CinemaScope to its show-stopping opening number. (which would have made it in my ‘Top 10 Musical Intros’ list if it had been released at an earlier time.) Almost everything about ‘La La Land’ is great, except that I expected it to lean more toward a musical side, and focus less on being a rom-com it is cleverly trying to satirize.

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