Everything Changes in My Little Pony

Everything flows, everything changes in My Little Pony “Not a cake anymore!” Someone, somewhere, is always shouting this about something. Because there are always people who joined something new and interesting, looked / read / listened in one gulp everything that was already there, and began to wait with delight for the author to continue to release new materials that magically will give rise to the same sensations of novelty in the soul , unexpected coolness and concentrated power that produced a unified stream of his early work. And they don’t give birth. Because they cannot, physically. Because you can’t endlessly repeat the same “wow effect”. Equally, it is impossible to change – it all the more repels “true” fans. This is why listening to statements like “No longer cake” is one of the most useless things in the world.

However, in its second season of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic – exactly that “is no longer a cake.” Or rather, not that one. And it’s not about the fact that it got worse – but one small, almost imperceptible plot advance, and not so much a clear change in the main concept, together made the second season noticeably different from the first.

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Bottom Line

The bottom line is this: There is no main character in the second movie season. And in the first – there is, Twilight Sparkle. For all the episodes, even those that do not concern her at all, the audience ended up looking through her eyes – the eyes of a girl who every week learned from the world around her lessons about the “magic of friendship” in order to write a report for her mentor.

But in the very first episode, filmed specifically for the second season – the superb schizo Lesson Zero; this concept is dismissed. Twilight, once missed the schedule, loses valuable place to the only pony who has the right to report to Princess Celestia about the morality of the next life situation (which the latter has never seen before), and the letters themselves lose the status of mandatory completions of any good day, turning into pleasant ones. but completely optional bonuses.

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