Join Katsuma, Poppet, Mr. Snoodle, and the other Moshi Monters in an action-packed, song-filled race against time. Together they must stop evil Dr. Strangeglove and his incompetent Glump ...
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After a dark force conquers Canterlot, the Mane 6 embark on an unforgettable journey beyond Equestria where they meet new friends and exciting challenges on a quest to use the magic of friendship to save their homeland.
In this midquel to The Fox and the Hound (1981), Copper the hound dog, here still just a pup, joins a canine music band, and spends less and less time with his best friend Todd the fox. Is their friendship in danger?
Join Katsuma, Poppet, Mr. Snoodle, and the other Moshi Monters in an action-packed, song-filled race against time. Together they must stop evil Dr. Strangeglove and his incompetent Glump sidekick Fishlips from pulverising the recently discovered Great Moshling Egg.Written by
Right. For starters - the animation's INTENTIONALLY the way it is. Colourful, and FUN! It's not pretending to be Pixar or anything else, it's just a swirling, ego-boosting, uplifting, bubbling Saturday Matinée champagne fun movie. The songs are great and work as an integral part of the movie - it would have been nothing without them. Someone here said the first song comes in for no apparent reason - watch that bit again, it's perfectly timed and placed. The adventure's wonderfully fun and silly in just the right mix and places. And I loved all the little creatures.
BUT - you've gotta go into it the way its creators went into it - with the mind of a child. Go into it as an adult and you just won't get it, same as all the other adults here. Go into it as a child and it'll blow you away. Leave your adultness at the ticket barrier, open your mind to pure enjoyment and this movie'll absolutely get you.
I went to see it because I loved the trailers. I don't know anything about Moshi Monsters. I'm 49. And I don't have any children. I just went to it by myself and had the best time I've had in a cinema for ages. Cinema going isn't about being scared/shocked/startled or nauseated. It should be about having a good time. And if you leave your adulthood behind, this movie will give you the best time you've had in years.
And the Bollywood song? I'm wondering if Mind Candy is owned by Indians, they got the Bollywood number perfect. Both times they used it in the movie. I wished I'd had a child to watch it with at the end and if they do a sequel I'll be there for it! It's a Very Good Movie. It's just not for adults. Let your inner child love it as much as did mine.
Moshi Eggs Forever!! ulrichburke
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