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My Little Pony: The End of Flutter Valley [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

3.8 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000AAP7LC
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 222,052 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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My Little Pony - End Of Flutter Valley

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You shouldn't judge a DVD by it's cover, and that holds very true for this one in particular. Look past the scary-looking, round-nosed ponies, and you will actually find a really enjoyable movie. Originally televised as a ten-part My Little Pony episode, it has everything you'd expect from the first couple of series; Nancy Cartwright as Gusty(hooray!), Bushwoolies, Fizzy, Spike, an annoyingly-voiced baby pony, and even a late cameo from Megan (of course!).
The plot begins some time after the events of the movie, (so I would suggest watching that first if you don't want to be horrendously spoiled), with a bunch of Little Ponies (and Spike) on their way to visit the Flutter Ponies, a bunch of fairy-like ponies with gauzy wings who live in a lush green valley called, imaginatively enough(!), Flutter Valley. I shan't reveal too much here, but the villains from the Movie are in persuit of the ponies, seeking revenge for their defeat, and in doing so, enlist the help of some other local baddies...
The animation is lovely throughout, bar the odd few 'quirks' (things randomly changing colour in the middle of a scene, one of the adult ponies speaking Baby Cuddles' lines, mud disappearing in the blink of a frame), but I think these little things add to the film's charm, somehow. This is a really sweet film, and a nice return to the proper My Little Pony series. It's a shame there are no special features, as I'd have loved to have seen some of the storyboard sketches or original reels, but the film is priced accordingly, and the film doesn't lose anything because of it.
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The main problem wi this DVD is the show on it is split into ten parts, rather than flowing constantly, as it's taken from the series, rather than the rented videos we all used to pile into video libraries for, at least, that's how I watched every G1 MLP show I ever saw as a child...Apart from that it's as good now as it was then...
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My daughter is 3.5 and totally My Little Pony crazy lol She loves this latest DVD Santa got her though mummy has now been set the terrible task of tracking down some 'flutter ponies' at a reasonable price so be warned lol!
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Length: 9:18 Mins
first time doing this, be gentle

the dvd; is just how i hoped. there are no special features, but unlike previous video releases, what your buying here isn't a feature length movie, but the ten episode story that it originally was. you can select an episode from the main menu, or play all the way through. sound and picture quality is greatly improved from VHS versions. the cover, like all of the metrodome pony releases, leaves allot to be desired, but is enjoyable in its own right. other then rosedusts wings...

the movie; in my opinion this is the worse MLP episode from the original run, and it lets the brand down. it is supposed to be a direct sequel to the theatrical movie, and has much of the same characters, notably rosedust and the flutter ponies, the witched and oddly, the spider. we are also introduced to the bush woolies cousins. oh, and few if any of the voices are the same as in the actual movie. draggle, in particular, sounds awful, in both voice and acting

the story manages to be both bland and all over the place. very boring. the animation is so terrible that it might serve as the only enjoyment you'll get from this, to find all the mistakes. there are instances of flutter ponies hovering back and forth, but their eyes remaining completely static, of angle changes where the backdrop stays the same resulting in nonsensical characters diapering and emerging, issues with scale, slide show style animation when the flowers die - and then come back to life ET style, and more besides. i'm glad i didn't catch this one as a young child, as this sort of thing would often petrify me from the whole brand, and i might have missed out on allot of pony

overall, i'll give this three stars. one for the dvd presentation, one for the young Mohican rebel bee, maybe the only good character. and one for putting a pony that looks like fluttershy on the cover. i don't think posey is in this, but i could always be wrong
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