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My Little Pony Live! The World's Biggest Tea Party (2008)

One day the ponys wanted to do many things which seem there doing too much for one day untill pinkie did the pinkie think and decides to make the worlds biggest tea party at unicornia ... See full summary »
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Kathleen Barr ...
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Spike (voice)
Scottie Haskell ...
Ladybug (voice)
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Pinkie Pie (voice)
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Zipzee (voice)
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Tra La La (voice) (as Britta McKillip)
Elle Newlands ...
Ladybug (voice) (as Pamela Newland)
Tabitha St. Germain ...
Chantal Strand ...
Tiddlywink (voice)
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Rainbow Dash (voice)
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Carmela Adams ...
Pinkie Pie (voice)
Sheila Murphy ...
Pinkie Pie (voice)
Taylor N. Morgan ...
Minty (voice) (as Taylor Morgan)
Danny Mendoza ...
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One day the ponys wanted to do many things which seem there doing too much for one day untill pinkie did the pinkie think and decides to make the worlds biggest tea party at unicornia inviting everypony so they can do everything they wanted for the day

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16 September 2008 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Mikro mou pony: I megali giorti  »

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My Little Pony Live! The World's Worst Tea Party
3 May 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Maybe the summary was a little too harsh, but I'll be honest in that I didn't care for The World's Biggest Tea Party. I liked the franchise as a kid, and as a young adult now I do like the original shows, specials and movies, have been pleasantly surprised by most of the recent direct-to-video efforts and Friendship Is Magic is one of the better animated shows in recent years. I liked the audience interaction, and it was clear that children were loving it, other than that I didn't see much point to The World's Biggest Tea Party. The costumes have a rather ugly and surrealistic look to them, if I'd seen those 15 years earlier I probably would have been freaked out, while the settings are artificial-looking and the lighting dull. The basic story is paper thin, with a very tacked-on moral at the end, the writing is corny, cloying and filled with cringe-worthy puns and the songs are both forgettable and uninspired, with the melodies lacking in whimsy, the lyrics inane and the singing forced and out-of-tune. The characters, that I usually do find engaging and likable if not entirely unique, are now annoying and the voice acting is often on the verge of being too cutesy. Overall, I don't scorn on My Little Pony, but I just didn't care for it. 2/10 Bethany Cox


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