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  1. Agreed. I hope that there's a convention that'll play it with some of the movie staff on the panel to do a live commentary on it. That'd be great. Hell, it'd be great with certain members of the fandom. But then again, that's what the Bronies React will be for.
  2. That's a very small few. Again, it seems like the majority of bronies found the movie just fine. Yes, it has problems, but even the best movies do. No movie is perfect. In the end, all that matters is what you thought of the movie. Don't worry about what other people think, good or bad.
  3. I think that most are in agreement that the movie was definitely not as good as the show (and even then I'm sure there's plenty of people who think it's just as good or even better than the show, that's just how fandoms work), but that still doesn't mean the movie was necessarily bad. It wasn't a masterpiece either, but it was at least enjoyable for the demographics it was meant for (both little kids and bronies). And I took a look at the most upvoted comment and the replies that followed and the highest number I saw was 12 upvotes. That's nothing compared to the number of bronies I've seen who absolutely love this movie. To give an example, while I was at EQLA, the MLP Movie panel was damn near full, housing what was probably more than 100 people, and when Mike Vogel asked if the audience enjoyed the movie, the entire room cheered and applauded. Just based on that, I agree with you that the movie will be considered a cult classic, but another reason I think it'll last is because of another Hasbro movie that was releases to mixed reviews still remaining a cult classic among the fanbase and that's The Transformers The Movie. Of course, it got better mixed reviews than MLP (55% vs 47% respectively), but I've already mentioned in another thread that while I felt the movie could've been better, I do still feel that some of the critics were watching the film with a cynical eye and couldn't consider the movie to be at least passable because it couldn't stand up to things like Coco or The Lego Movie.
  4. Speaking as someone who actually didn't like the movie on the first watch, I enjoyed the movie after subsequent watches personally and the majority of the fandom from what I've seen really liked the movie. If you liked the movie on first watch, more than likely you'll still like it on your second and on. Plus, if there's anything I've learned from this fandom, it's that there's a different opinion on pretty much every new piece of media the staff releases be it an EQG movie, short, or new episode both good and bad. Again, speaking from experience, there's numerous episodes that seem to drive the fandom crazy that I'm pretty lukewarm towards personally. At the end of the day, what matters is how you feel about them.
  5. Same here. Also would've liked some tears, but what can you do? :/
  6. So I took a listen to SilverQuill's review of the special and I have to say that it made me appreciate it much more than I did after watching it the first time. I didn't think it was bad after watching it the first time, but I did feel it was just ok. Definitely making me look forward to the "Director's Cut" that'll be released on YouTube soon.
  7. Overall, I thought the special was pretty good. By far the best part was Sunset reuniting with Celestia and the interactions between the two in Equestria thereafter. My one complaint though, is that I wish the special revealed from the beginning that it was Wallflower who took Sunset's memories and took time to show her on her own every once in a while mostly because it was obvious that she was the villain from the word "go" (I literally called out "She did it" when she started talking). I just would've preferred the special acknowledged how obvious it was that the audience would figure it out and ran with it instead of pretending like we'd have no idea who it was.
  8. Answer The Question Above You

    Discord. I found him the most entertaining to watch and the epicness that he added to the Season 2 premiere is what made me realize the potential the show had. Favorite villain in any animated show?
  9. Favorite Season of MLP:FiM [Includes Poll]

    While I think Season 4 is the best season, Season 2 is my favorite season mostly because of how much it stepped up its game from Season 1 and it being the reason I stuck with the show when I binged it way back in 2011. But at the same time, I don't think that any season of the show is bad. Personally, I think the worst is Season 3. Again, I don't think the season is necessarily bad, but I do think that because of the length of the season being only half of every other season of the show, it made the good and bad episodes stand out more as being good or bad, making the season seem more hit or miss than the others. In my case, the season is about 50/50 in terms of quality. Half the episodes are really good, but the other half is anywhere from meh to ugh.
  10. I was introduced to MLP through Friendship is Magic back during the mid-season hiatus of Season 2 when "Hearth's Warming Eve" was the most recent episode and have been a fan ever since. I had been familiar with the MLP brand for a number of years by reputation, but it wasn't until FIM that I adopted any sort of interest. My earliest memories of acknowledging anything before that only refers to G3 and I don't recall them being very favorable. Between the main series, Equestria Girls, and the movie, I definitely prefer the series. While the other two aren't bad (in most cases), the series is what I started with and the series is what keeps me coming back. The other two are fine, but I'd find it hard to believe that someone got into the series as a result of seeing either EQG or the movie first since the series has been around longer and has more potential to win over new fans due to how much more varied it is than most of EQG or the theatrical film.
  11. Answer The Question Above You

    They should only be done on movies/tv shows that had the potential to be good, but never made it to that point or were unsuccessful for other reasons. They should not be done on movies/tv shows that were already good or successful, but it depends on the property being rebooted. Favorite reboot of any movie/tv show that isn't MLP?
  12. Answer The Question Above You

    Yes. Do you think you will remain a brony after G4 ends?
  13. "Friendship Always Wins" Music Video

    I think it could be done. Uzo Aduba is not only from a current television series, Orange Is The New Black, but also played a role in Steven Universe not too long ago. And Kristen Chenoweth has been in her own tv roles from shows like The Good Wife, Pushing Daisies, and Glee. I think it's got more potential to happen than some of the other actors like Emily Blunt or Zoe Saldana.
  14. Dragon Ball FighterZ

    More like DBZ version of Pinkamena. Them girls be cray cray.
  15. Dragon Ball FighterZ

    Seeing that this game has been out a while and nopony saw fit to post anything about it, I will take it upon myself to right this wrong! But in all seriousness, I've been playing the crap out of this game since the open beta and I love it. The story is the weakest aspect of the game if only because it's rather repetitive and many of the battles don't give much of a challenge (especially when you consider the AI difficulty in the arcade mode). But overall, I have to say that I firmly believe this game to be the best Dragon Ball Z game ever made. Guess I'll start out with some questions: What's everpony's favorite character or team to play as? Any DLC characters you want to see in the future? For me: any team combo with Goku, Vegeta, Gotenks, Frieza, or Cell. Those are the characters I play best as and they're the characters I enjoy playing the most overall. And while I feel these characters are kind of a given, I'd like to at least see Broly and Cooler. I think Bardock would be a pretty cool addition too.