Just like the first two films and coinciding webisodes in this series, the film re-envisions all the characters of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, who are normally various types of ponies, as human characters in a high school setting.
Fluttershy eagerly awaiting to see her latest movie
This time the kids of Canterlot High are set to compete against the students of Crystal Prep in the prestigious Friendship Games, but when they realise that one of their opponents is the human world version of Twilight, whose pet dog is their version of Spike, all kinds of trouble and confusion break loose!
Will Twilight ever learn that friendship is magic?
The human world Twilight soon becomes obsessed with learning all there is to know about magic, but it doesn't take too long for the device she made to measure it goes haywire. Through the coaxing of her manipulating principal, who would stop at nothing to win the games, she rips a hole between the human and pony worlds and becomes the evil Midnight Sparkle, and it is up the the Equestria Girls to save the day.
Directed by Ishi Rudell and Jayson Thiessen, this latest installment to the series will not disappoint its fans, both young and old with its stunning animation, all new and exceedingly catchy soundtrack, beautifully written story line by Josh Habar, as well as the all too familiar starring voices of Tara Strong, Rebecca Shoichet, Ashleigh Ball, Andrea Libman, Tabitha St. Germain and Cathy Weseluck and of course, its overall message that the magic of friendship is the most powerful magic of them all!