My Little Pony: The Princess Promenade

My Little Pony: The Princess Promenade

Wysteria is beaming with pride! Her gardens are in bloom, her little Breezie friends are in town, and it's time for Ponyville's fanciest spring parade, the ultimate celebration of flowers, flowers, flowers! But things don't go according to plan when Wysteria accidentally awakens Spike the Dragon, a sleepy, silly, 1,000-year-old dragon!

The ponies' annual Spring Promenade goes awry when a 1,000-year-old dragon awakens and fulfills a royal prophecy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


My Little Pony: The Princess Promenade torrent reviews

Steve W (it) wrote: This movie has good production values and actors, but mostly nothing happens in its lengthy running time. It makes for a depressing movie. Characters walk, then get bombed. Rinse, repeat. Adrien Brody and Tim Robbins have some small roles. but the movie doesn't have a lot in terms of a theme or message to go with its sombre tone. The camera work was splendid, I can say that for sure.

Vasco M (kr) wrote: Emerald Knights is testament to DC's growing and improving quality in the animated sphere, and a great story (or collection of short-stories) in n itself. Despite their length, each section is quite effective at making a connection with the viewer and pulling for their emotions, as well as providing several incredible action sequences have become trademark of this animated universe, which when it comes to Green Lanterns in particular, are full of spectacle and weight.

Connie G (nl) wrote: A verry good movie. Warm and touching. I laughed and crried. Good acting. Good story.

Scott W (au) wrote: The epic, globetrotting life story of flighty model Uschi Obermaier. More proof that looks can get you anywhere you want to go in life, but they can't buy you happiness. Make sure that you're comfortable with whoever you're watching this with - I think the entire cast spends about as much time naked as clothed. Still a pretty interesting, quality film, though.

Sabine W (us) wrote: LOL!!! Greatest worst shark movie in history. This movies was interesting; it made me laugh so bad. I am disappointed in the casting however, only one person could act.

nadia k (au) wrote: The role of Halaleh is now pretty much my favorite role in all movies of all time. Ever. All time. *And the director is a 20-year-old female*.

kelly b (gb) wrote: great for the family

Jon D (es) wrote: Nothing compared to the anime version

Riley H (ca) wrote: Even though his subject matter is of no interest to me (as usual), he is an amazing director. Also as usual, there are a ton of awesome shots. And even though we know what's going to happen to Fox, he still makes it interesting. Far from his best, it's still pretty good.

Bob W (fr) wrote: A brief art house B&W time travel film told in a narrated photomontage form. Ingenious storytelling; haunting music and images. An inspiration for Gilliam's 12 Monkeys, but is itself a delightful treasure and one of the most original sci-fi films and love stories ever.

Jaret M (us) wrote: Excellent, pointed Sci-Fi.

David B (ca) wrote: easy viewing with some laughs hear and there. re.3-4

Kevin J (nl) wrote: An absolute classic, All the President's Men features phenomenal acting from both Dustin Hoffman and Robert Redford, great direction, and fantastic writing. Incredibly intense, it manages to be both dramatic and thrilling. Well-paced and feeling nowhere near its two and a half hour length, this one is incredibly captivating. Well deserving of its status as a classic.

Marissa K (ag) wrote: This is one of the most underrated movies, maybe ever. The cast alone should get people interested, I mean when the least known person in the cast, at the time, is David Strathairn, that should tell you something. Some might see it as slow-moving at points and the plot is extremely detail oriented, so be prepared to pay attention. But overall, I keep going back to this movie.