Though my looks might deceive me, I’m not someone who can claim to hold a great deal of knowledge on the expansive mythos and lore of My Little Pony . The original series was before my time, and admittedly, my college days weren’t spend obsessed with its more actively silly, playful reboot. In short, I’m not a brony, and I never understood the newfound cultural fixation on this re-imagination of the popular Hasbro toyline. The addictive, seemingly bizarre infatuation it spawned — particularly among young girls and, weirdly enough, grown men near my age — was one that perplexed me. What was it about this newly rebooted show that caused viewers to be so wildly enamored with My Little Pony , something that was considered … well, kinda lame when I was growing up? What am I missing? To find out, I made a choice. In the spur of the moment, I ponied up, hoofed it to my theater and I attended my Saturday screening of My Little Pony: The Movie . How does it fare? I’ll quit stalling. Or horsing around. Pick your pun. My Little Pony: The Movie is almost exactly what you’d expect, while simultaneously being […]