I admit I preferred My Little Pony as a child, but as a young adult re-visiting them as I do with most of my childhood favourites I don't think the franchise is anything to scorn at either. Twinkle Wish Adventure is a nice enough entry of the direct-to-video releases, most of which are corny but also surprisingly good with the best being Princess Promenade and A Very Pony Place. What I didn't like so much here in Twinle Wish Adventure was some embarrassingly corny dialogue, some of the teaching moments are too brief especially with the apology for lying one(I also took notice at how surprisingly un-remorseful the character was) and some of the ponies' personalities, perhaps in an attempt to give some depth but the whole sticking out tongues, sneaking around and lying dimensions were a far cry from the caring and sweet friends in the older episodes. However, the animation is colourful and looks very pretty overall, the music is both catchy and whimsical, the voice acting is solid and the story is sweet and charming with the morals of friendship and honesty valuable and proving good lessons indeed. All in all, nice enough but not one of the best for me. 7/10 Bethany Cox
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