A Brony Tale

A Brony Tale

Vancouver-based voice artist Ashleigh Ball has been the voice of numerous characters in classic cartoons such as Care Bears, Strawberry Shortcake, Cinderella and more. When Ashleigh was hired to voice Apple Jack and Rainbow Dash for Hasbro's fourth series to use the My Little Pony name - My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic - she had no idea she would become an Internet phenomenon and major celebrity to a worldwide fan-base of grownups. Bronies are united by their belief in the show's philosophy. This documentary gives an inside view of the Pony fan-world, and an intimate look at the courage it takes to just be yourself...even when that means liking a little girls' cartoon.

When voice artist Ashleigh Ball was hired to voice "My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic", she had no idea that she would become a phenomenon and an idol of a large group of adult fans, who are not expected to see this young-girl show. The film follows Ashleigh to her meeting with fans and take a closer look at the Pony fan-world. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


A Brony Tale torrent reviews

Paul D (ca) wrote: Inspiring story across the religious and political divide of the Middle East. It's certainly the best thing to Stephen Dorff's name.

Bloodmarsh K (ru) wrote: Believe it or not, the movie is actually dumber than the title. There is a bright spot - it looks like Kirstie Alley lost about 300 pounds... My bad, I meant - Kristy Swanson.

Eric H (br) wrote: Large, spacious offices with magnificent views, a cluster of seemingly enviably successful business people.Everything is elegant and stylish, clothes and furniture. Almost like a perfect place on earth. But, this is corporate world, thickly populated with useful sociopaths, the lucky ones that made their pathology not only acceptable, but highly profitable. Well, good for them, but not so good for us. Their ruthless and efficient lunacy, transformed our world into new gladiator arena. Survival of the sickest. No room for compassion or decency. Hence the famous mantra of the demonic new ruling class. It's not personal, it's business. Dangerous saying for dangerous times. A permit to maim and slaughter all who are less deserving, and that's everybody, except themselves.Because who works harder doing nothing useful as this coven of warlocks and witches. New horror for the new era.

Pierre L (ca) wrote: absolutely beautiful and absolutely engaging. A very good attempt to portrait the essence of the book and cross platform

Grg W (br) wrote: all i can really say about this movie is LOL. its a completely ridiculous stoner comedy, and really makes no sense whatsoever. the story is that of the brothers dick, dink, and dave murphy, who decide to go on a trip to kansas from texas with their friends hunter and kevin to find a mystical forest of marijuana to pay off bills that dick has accumulated over the years. for some reason, all of them have something wrong with them too, which makes the movie even more hilarious. examples: dick is insecure about everything and hates goats. dink is handicapped and angry at everyone. dave and kevin are completely and utterly brainless and stupid in almost every way, with kevin saying the most random and odd statements in the most awkward of situations. and last but not least, hunter is narcoleptic. that being said, their journey two states up to kansas is plagued with disaster, as their car's accelerator turns on them constantly causing them to massively speed up at times when they need to stop. or their frequent run-ins with incredibly incapable policemen, including an appearance by the film's director thomas haden church. nevertheless they find oldman, an old man who leads them to their destination. to sum this movie up, it's something to watch when you're completely bored out of your mind.....or just stoned.

Doug S (br) wrote: Wonderful movie for admirers of screwball comedies, the silent film era, and the 1920's-30's. Very original with a perfectly cast hero.

Tyler W (br) wrote: Insane Plot ..Great Movie! Defiantly One Of My Top 3 Favorite Stephen King Films!

claire f (jp) wrote: i loved this as a kid and i still love it to this day

Casey N (jp) wrote: really creepy movie !

Christopher S (br) wrote: Superior entry to Hammer's Frankenstein series - the fourth - keeps things interesting with an original and inventive story by writer Anthony "John Elder" Hinds. The usual solid Hammer production values and great character performances - and, as usual, Peter Cushing is in top form as the mad Baron. The first half is better than the second - it drags a bit in the middle, and the ending is anti-climactic - but for the most part director Terence Fisher keeps things clipping along. A must for fans of Hammer horror.

Jay D (ca) wrote: This is a 2 hour family film which didn't do well at the box office. It was rerun on TV for decades and it's well acted and well liked by people in general. Of course, Doris Day looks great and gives it her all as best she can with the script.

Ian R (us) wrote: A nearly forgotten haunted house classic that holds up well. An under-seen Canadian classic from the tax shelter days that had the unfortunate timing of being released close to The Shining.

Steve T (ag) wrote: Oh Captain, my Captain!

Francisco L (es) wrote: Dead Poets Society portrays poetry with elegance accompanied by an harmonious soundtrack that with the helps of the charismatic Robin Williams and the young cast will captivate, delight and shock the audiences of all ages.

Marcus W (us) wrote: Intriguing, until you find out what's actually going on, at which point it all falls apart and makes little sense.