Princess and the Pony
A sheltered young princess is sent to live with relatives in America, where she befriends a pony held captive by a shady carnival owner.
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Arun G (kr) wrote: Loses steam big time after the initial somewhat-intriguing flashback sequence and ends up being a mere rehash of various other occult flicks but minus the scares or thrills. This movie tries to be too many things at the same time.
Stacey O (it) wrote: Really excellent! One of his best! Dysfunctional, messy, sarcastic...real life.
Barnaby G (au) wrote: Gave it 15 minutes of my time. It was too much. I knew it was going to be bad, but thought that would make it funny (like Shark in Venice). But no, deathly slow, shite effects and appalling acting. Probably what you'd expect with a name like that.
kayleighwhittal w (ca) wrote: that is good so they make crying and hapy
David G (us) wrote: A cyber exploitation film with all the sexuality and violence: enjoyably stupid.
Gordon C (kr) wrote: A sleeper of a film---you should check it out only for the pleasing duo of Stoltz and Parker, plus delightful appearances from Jill Clayburgh and Calista Flockhart (screen debut).
Private U (jp) wrote: very stunning and fantastic!!
Thomas B (ag) wrote: Kind of fun, for what it is.
Gordon I (nl) wrote: This movie's really good. Bye!
Thommy L (ca) wrote: Makes absolutely no sense - a large part of its considerable charm. I laugh and laugh every time I see it.
Indu R (nl) wrote: An OK movie. Not as good as the original. The cast was OK as well as the plot.
Karyn C (mx) wrote: I love a good folk tale, especially those of Isaac Bashevis Singer, but I never understood the fascination with this movie. Seriously. Someone, please, explain why some people are fascinated beyond reason. I found this unwatchable through to its conclusion.
Vadim D (ru) wrote: A camp classic that never gets old regardless of the number of viewings. Betty Davis and Joanne Crawford proved to be worthy of their billing and their real life dislike of each other just plays to the strength of the film.