My Little Pony Friendship is Magic – Princess Twilight Sparkle Review

All hail the….Princess! My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic-Princess Twilight Sparkle is coming to DVD April 30th from Shout! Factory Kids collaboration with a Hasbro Studios. Princess Twilight Sparkle includes 5 episodes from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, focusing on Twilight’s adventures and the grand coronation even from season 3 as well as a sing-along and coloring sheet.


You’re invited to the Coronation of Equestria’s newest Princess, Twilight Sparkle!
Since arriving in Ponyville, Twilight has learned Princess Celestia’s most valuable lesson, the meaning on true friendship. But with ever new adventure comes a new lesson and if anyone is up to more learning, it’s the studious Twilight Sparkle! Join Twilight and her best friend for five royally wild adventures through Equestria that are bound to further demonstrate what every pony already knows, that friendship is magic!

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic-Princess Twilight Sparkle episodes include:

-Games Ponies Play
-Magical Mystery Cure
-Mmmsytery of the Friendship Express
-Magical Duel
-Lesson Zero

Games Ponies Play: The Crystal Empire is nominated to host the next Equestria games. Princess Cadance asks Twilight and her friends to help her welcome the games inspector and show her that the Empire is the perfect place to host the games. But they accidentally welcome the wrong pony!

Magical Mystery Cure: Twilight’s friend’s cutie marks got mixed up due to a spell! The weather is crazy, the animals are put of control, the farm isn’t tended to the right way, the dresses are horrid, and the every pony in Ponyville is either sad or angry. It’s up to Twilight Sparkle to find a solution.

Mmmystery On The Friendship Express: After a cake Pinkie had been guarding for a contest is partially eaten on the way to Canterlot, she starts out an investigation to find out the culprit.

Magic Duel: Trixie returns to Ponyville and defeats Twilight in a magic duel, banishing her from town.

Lesson Zero: Twilight realizes that she has not written her weekly letter on friendship to Princess Celestia. She struggles to find a friendship problem and decides that her only option is to create a friendship problem herself.

This video is great for younger girls, ages ranging from 2-10. My youngest daughter just loved the movie! She watched the whole thing and wanted to watch it again and again. She is quite the fan on My Little Pony.
She clearly had no negative comments about it. Haha

The run time is approximately 2 hours long.

Disclosure I received products in exchange for an honest review. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be good for my readers.

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