My Little Pony: Equestria Girls - Outer Spaced (FAKE)
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My Little Pony: Equestria Girls - Outer Spaced is a 2020 Irish-Canadian-American animated science fiction comedy film directed and written by Jacob S. Lee. Based on the My Little Pony, Littlest Pet Shop, and Transformers: Rescue Bots toy lines, it is a loose standalone sequel to 2016's My Little Pony: Equestria Girls - Legend of Everfree and was produced by United Artists Releasing under the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer label.
- The film's story is cliched, unoriginal, and predictable. It also rips off certain elements of Muppets from Space.
- Very bad grasp of the source material.
- Whereas previous entries of the franchise take place in a high school setting, this film takes all of the characters and the setting of Canterlot High School transports them to a metropolitan society.
- Few of the main characters act nothing like their TV show or feature film counterparts. Sci-Twi, instead of being a sad and nervous nerdy character who was corrupted by magic, is now a stern, worrisome, and overprotective owner. Sunset Shimmer's personality from the previous four films is completely gone, as she is reduced to being a sci-fi nerd. Rainbow Dash's personality is that she's laid-back and careless, where she's supposed to be speedy, irresponsible and well-meaning.
- All of the Mane Seven characters live together in a large house, which is a baffling move.
- There is a scene involving toilet humor, which was not in the previous four films.
- This film creates some major plot holes. For example, how does the Mane 7 and the Littlest Pet Shop characters know each other? Have they been long-time friends? When did they meet? How did they meet? When did the Mane 7 move to Downtown City? Also, didn't we see all of the LPS characters go their separate ways at the end of Season 4? If so, why are they still together? None of these have been given a full explanation.
- It takes almost FORTY minutes to get to the film's central plot, which means we have to deal with a lot of padding.
- Some of the humor in this movie isn't very funny.
- All of the voice actors, ranging from Tara Strong to Kathleen Barr, all return to reprise their roles.
- The film's animation is actually pretty good, as it was done by Boulder Studios Ireland.
- The idea of a non-musical My Little Pony movie is pretty interesting.
- It is pretty cool seeing characters from the My Little Pony and Littlest Pet Shop toy lines together.
- At least Applejack, Rarity, Fluttershy, and Pinkie Pie keep their personalities from the previous films and the original TV show.
- This is the only film in the Equestria Girls series to receive a PG rating (for sequences of action violence, rude humor and mild language) by the MPAA and is the first film in the series to get a wide theatrical release. The last four films were given limited theatrical screenings without any MPAA rating.
- This was Jacob S. Lee's second film to be based on a popular toy line. The first was 2004's Pound Puppies.
- It uses the 1986 MGM lion logo with the 1982 lion roar audio track. The decision was made by Lee to pay homage to the MGM films he watched during his childhood.