5 for Danny DeVito's grundle.
At 0:40 you will see a sequence you would not expect from a My Little Pony cartoon. It's damned weird.
The 1980s, when you could put a toy commercial in the theaters without spending 20 million on computer-generated bullshit.
I also can't help but be perplexed by this. What are the odds that a society built by alien horses would mirror ours so amazingly well? Now I can't stop thinking about it. Why would horses invent a writing system that involves sticking an inking device in your mouth and then writing a letter just an inch or two in front of their own eyes? It must be in some language that can only be read cross-eyed.
Reading cross-eyed probably seems a lot easier to do when compared to the effort needed to breed in the genetic traits that moved their eyes from the sides of their skulls to the front.
That's why horses have long faces dummy.
They're alien horses. That's why their eyes are fucking humongous and face forwards on their freakishly short heads, why they come in impossible colors, and why they lack actual hooves and have heads that look more like that of a pig than a horse.
If some dementedly talented taxidermist built themselves a realistic "life-sized" gaff of one, it'd be far too hideous and terrifying to show to children.
@dead cat: So you're saying they're the same race as the one that gave metahuman abilities to the kids in Marvel Comics' "Power Pack?"
|Shoebox Joe |
I imagine bronies watching this is somehow like "The Last Unicorn" where it's not so much about being curious, but more fulfilling the "80s Fantasy Wave" must watch list.
I watched about twenty minutes in then fell off. Played it in the background for twenty more and dropped again.
However, I do not remember watching "The Last Unicorn" all the way through or if I even enjoyed it.
Nobody cares bro. Star away
Better animation than any three animes you can name
|John Holmes Motherfucker |
Not ashamed to say I did not watch this.
I didn't watch this nor did I when I was a kid. I knew better. I just skipped through this here and there. Looks lame.
|Kid Fenris |
This movie probably holds some record for the shortest production cycle and most errors of any animated film (unless you count Gundress, I suppose). It was thrown together in a few months by AKOM, the Korean studio that went on to produce most of The Simpsons.
It makes the whole "BIG AMERICAN PARTY" and "BEAR WHO DRIVE CAR" from the Clerks animated series a bit more poignant.
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