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My Little Pony: Reign of Buttercup Sprinkles (2009)

Not Rated | | Short, Comedy | 6 May 2009 (USA)
A race of alien ponies land on Earth. Disgusted by humankind's treatment of ponykind, the ponies revolt and attempt take over the planet and make it their own.

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Sid Leevi ...
Girly Foxx
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The President
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Captain Sedona
Jacqualine Quijada ...
Nurse Hotts
Tammy Batshon ...
Girl in Peril
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Sarah Newman
Brad Morriston ...
Ray the Farmhand
Charlie Trepany ...
Baseball Kid
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Dr. Boxer
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Nurse Penny
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Nurse Hatchet
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Pony Bite Victim
Xander McCabe ...
Child on Playground
Sullivan McCabe ...
Child on Playground
Micaela Thorndyke ...
Child on Playground
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A race of alien ponies land on Earth. Disgusted by humankind's treatment of ponykind, the ponies revolt and attempt take over the planet and make it their own.

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Forget the Fallen... Don't Go to Joe... This Summer, Action Walks on All Fours

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Absolutely hilarious!

I just wish there was more of it, but I simply loved this parody. It is constantly hilarious(in its pastiche of Transformers 2 and a couple of other Michael Bay movies), brilliantly written and spot on in delivery with everybody marvellously deadpan. My Little Pony: Reign of Buttercup Sprinkles is sharply edited with wonderfully epic music, good scenery and well-trained and colourful horses for the ponies. Although just three minutes, there is not a simple dull or rushed moment, though again part of me does wish it was a tad longer as I enjoyed it so much.

Overall, a hilarious, spot-on parody. Even if you're intrepid about it, give it a chance without prejudice, it's not what you think and I mean this in a good way. 9/10 Bethany Cox


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