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  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Release Date: Dec 17 2013
  • ASIN: B00FCAK120
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Surprisingly informative and entertaining Jan. 23 2014
By Paul Donovan - Published on
Nine Things about the Movie “Bronies: The Extremely Unexpected Adult Fans of My Little Pony”

1. This little documentary was much more interesting than I expected. I actually watched it twice in one week.

2. It’s about how the show “My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic” was created to use the classic My Little Pony characters as archetypes for various positive character traits, and challenge female stereotypes. It was aimed at little girls.

3. What nobody expected is that guys got obsessed with the show, too, and began to call themselves “bronies” - which is a combination of “bro” and “pony”. Their favorite form of greeting is the fist bump - which they call the "bro hoof".

4. The movie follows several different bronies from all over the world, and how they found each other. It also goes into the difficulties they face for being open about how much they like a
“girlie show”. It also shows their journeys to various “BronyCons”, which are huge conventions of bronies.

5. People that are uncomfortable with bronies suspect that they are either gay, or the opposite - they like little girls too much. This movie does a good job of dispelling those myths. One of the more interesting scenes is a gathering of bronies in the military.

6. What’s fascinating is how this show has obviously hit a real nerve among men - this is not an isolated phenomenon. We see people from redneck small towns, couples in Germany, a DJ in Israel, and a British kid with Asperger's Syndrome. This is not an isolated fetish.

7. Some bronies feel this documentary is too one-sided, by making bronies all look socially awkward and prone to discrimination. It also tends to ignore grown women that like the show (they call themselves “pegasisters”)

8. Other bronies are upset that the movie doesn’t talk about clopping - which is the porn part of My Little Pony fandom.

9. I’m not a brony, but I support them. This movie makes the point that men can be sensitive and inclusive and loving. In a world where violence among men is “normal”, but friendship and love is “deviant”, the movie shows that the problem is with the brony-haters, not the bronies.
28 of 35 people found the following review helpful
A croud sourced autobiography of the Bronies. March 8 2013
By Dane Jones - Published on
This documentary was funded by a Kickstarter project razing over $322,022. I was one of the supporters of this just received my copy in the mail today.
The production quality was very good and the animation for then segment transitions was show quality and made me laugh. I would recommend this to anyone concerned and wanting to know what this fandom is all about. It doesn’t cover everything but shows the hardships and ridicule some of us face in the fandom. This also shows the creativity of the fandom and just how much we take the lessons to heart. I know these people, I know this community and glad to be apart of it.
37 of 47 people found the following review helpful
Bronies, from someone outside March 11 2013
By Tnpcook - Published on
I was shown this by someone who supported the kickstarter. It's an interesting watch, although the intro is quite lengthy, and it took me a few minutes to figure out how the documentary would pan out. I found the pacing outside of the intro, very good, and the information they presented very welcoming.
If you had told me this came from a kickstarter, and was funded by bronies, i'd be shocked.
I'm shocked.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Finally! March 7 2014
By Tayla - Published on
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Finally there is a documentary on this! People don't counter cultures & feel the need to insult them as often, & cruelly, as possible. MLP:FIM is a really great show for kids & adults. It teaches kindness, friendship, tolerance & a whole bunch of wonderful things that adults forget. Don't judge without knowing the full story. Yea, clopping is rather gross but porn is part of everything single fandom out there. Just ignore it & enjoy the show. It's nice how Lauren Faust points out that guys need to be emotional. This whole tough guy is ridculous & unfair to men. Let them enjoy their emotions. It's fine to feel things. Even if the catalyst for the change is a kids show. At least a positive thing happened. So, overall I'm very happy with documentary but I wish that they had more stories focused on the female bronies. We're part of the fandom too!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
AWESOME Feb. 15 2014
By Luke Schmeltzer - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
truly enlightening and inspiring look into the Brony fandom, great documentary. i recommend it to all people everywhere. BROHOOF /)

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