When my daughter was going up she loved her my pony’s, everything was about them. Now as my younger niece is growing up she is so into them. Having the chance to share movies and play time with her. My Little Pony – Friendship Is Magic: Cutie Mark Quests is so adorable we had so much fun watching this together.
In Equestria, being true to yourself is the key to earning your cutie mark. But staying true to yourself is just as important! Join Twilight Sparkle, Apple Jack, Pinkie Pie, Rarity, Fluttershy and Rainbow Dash (as well as everyone’s favorite Cutie Mark Crusaders, Scootaloo, Sweetie Belle and Apple Bloom) as they journey to find their own Cutie Marks, take on the spirit of chaos and disharmony and visit a village where… everypony has given up their Cutie Marks?! It’s all here in Cutie Mark Quests!
These are some of the lessons we teach the kids, and it is so great that the movie does just that. The artwork in this was fun and the colors just explode from the screen. Also, the characters were memorable and the writing was strong.One of the things I enjoy is how subtle the writers make the lesson being taught. There’s no “lesson learned” speech at the end of the episode (well, not since Twilight stopped writing letters to Princess Celestia) and kids still get the point.
The Cutie Map is my favourite episode on the DVD, and takes a look at cults in a subtle way that children will understand. The ponies are led by a map to a village filled with ponies sporting the same cutie mark and giant creepy smiles.
A great movie and there a couple of things the kids learn. And that is all I ask for, Something that’s cute to watch and they are told some kind of a lesson. We all enjoyed it.