When Sunset Shimmer finds out that her friends have no memory of her, she’s shocked to hear that after Human Twilight was reformed, all trace of Sunset had simply vanished. Desperate, Sunset is determined to bring her friends’ memories of her back to them. But to do so, she must first find the perpetrator who did such a thing in the first place.

Also Known As: My Little Pony: Equestria Girls - Uma Amizade Para Recordar, Дiвчата з Еквестрii 5, My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Forgotten Friendship

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  • franc-leskovar
    franc leskovar

    This Is Another My Little Pony Equestria Girls Special Which Is Forgotten Good Thing Is Sunset She Was Main Characters In This Special And Also We Finally See Princess Twilight,Luna And Celestia In EG Again And Show Up That Sunset Is Celestia’s Daughter Is Best Part Of This Special A Everything Else Nothing Say About It I’m Sorry But Since Added Sci-Twi In This Spin-Off It Started Feel Like Fairly OddParents Added New Characters Is Get Sick Especially For Chloe Not Olny That I’m Finding Odd To Comparison Sci-Twi From MLP: EG With Lloyd From The LEGO NINJAGO MOVIEOh Gosh They Need Visit Twilight And Starlights To Human World Again If Will Be Another Special In 2019Yeah This Special Was Just Super Lame To Me

  • beatriz-dias
    beatriz dias

    “My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Forgotten Friendship” is a 44-minute American animated short film from 2018, from 1.5 months ago at this point actually, so still really new and fresh. the title already gives away that this one once more takes you into the world of My Little Pony, well sort of, because early on and at the end too the ponies are human female teenage characters. This really confused me as if this was some kind of spin-off, but the transformation lets me think that this was just part of the overall story. So yeah, other than that, I was not interested in anything hee really. Animation was decent, story was fairly forgettable and never manages to make an emotional impact really. Humor was basically non-existent. MLP is for cuteness, not for comedy. The thing I found most distracting here were the voice actors. The main character for example has one who is not bad by definition, but felt way too old for me for the part she provides in here. I personally give this one a thumbs-down, but really chances are good you have seen other Equestria Girls stuff or at least other MLP stuff and judging from how much you like that, yoou can decide for yourself here if you wanna see this very recent installment to the long-running franchise. The approach is just the same as always. My suggestion is to skip the watch here though. But then again I am not really a little MLP fan, even if I am a big fan of animated films and shows. Watch something else instead and I am also not sure if this is the kind of entertainment you would want your daughters to grow up with. Baffled by the high rating for sure, even if I know that MLP has a big almost cult-like following that actually includes more boys and males than you’d expect. That’s all, folks.

  • bethany-cohen
    bethany cohen

    Like the MLP universe itself, this movie was destined to be crap. Also, this is coming from me while listening to ‘Careless Whisper’, and I’ve seen ‘Food Fight’, so take this harsh review lightly.Everything about this movie screams ‘Idiocy’. Again, pony Twilight is back, and to me, smells nastier than ever. I don’t know why though, but she does. I still don’t understand why it was necessary for Sunset Shimmer to go to Equestria and interact with that egit(Irish pronunciation of idiot) to fix all the magic loose in the world What about Doctor Strange? John Constantine? Gandalf the Gray? Harry Potter? Don’t they have them in this world?Another thing…the beach scenes. What is the purpose of them? Scratch that, what is the purpose of this movie? What the hell does any of this movie mean to the franchise? Wait a minute, why don’t parents complain about kids seeing teenage girls-in a cartoon of all things-wearing bikinis and skimpy swimsuits? I know its the beach and all, but shouldn’t that give this a TV-PG rating at least? Or was that to attract younger ‘bronies’? ‘Cause if that’s it, then it probably worked.This is crap. Again.

  • norbert-wojt
    norbert wojt

    “…maybe you have to be nice.”Granted, any Equestria Girls adventure is just a they’re-people-in-a-people-world version of My Little Pony, so there’s not really much new in terms of writing, music, jokes, or animation style. What I did appreciate about this adventure was the idea that we can’t always control someone else’s concept of who we are and that ignoring someone can be just as upsetting as antagonizing them.Pros: Trixie gets some development as a character, which is a relief after her being something of a background joke most of the time. She delivers the opening quote (the central theme) while declaring herself The Wise and Moralizing Trixie. Wallflower Blush’s disarmingly relatable song “Invisible” is one of the better songs to come out of the franchise.Cons: Not enough time to really make the mystery plot mysterious. Sunset Shimmer is the focal character at the expense of the other characters. Sunset Shimmer returning to Equestria to face Princess Celestia could have been its own movie, but here it’s glossed over in service to the main plot.Overall: surprisingly good for a 45-minute Equestria Girls adventure and worth a watch with the kids.

  • patricia-arroyo-lopez
    patricia arroyo lopez

    The Equestria Girls are back with their newest special, and their longest one yet up to date. We’re back into the perspective of Sunset Shimmer and her everyday life with the rest of the equestria girls, all of whom have now adapted to their new magic abilities given to them from the previous film of Legend Of Everfree. However, magic is still on the loose in the world of humans and now something is happening to all of Sunset’s friends, when one day they suddenly don’t remember any of her good deeds or even their own friendship with her.I did feel like the other equestria girls had more of a minor role than they usually would, but I really like the character development used in this story for the theme of memories. For instance, there are certain characters introduced along the way in which many people can actually relate to today, and further more about how new memories with others by your side can start at anytime. As for Sunset’s case, we begin to see her as someone who is willing to stand up for everyone’s cause if it means getting back to how things should be.There were many exciting things to be seen all throughout this special, and even some heartfelt, challenging and needed moments to come across for certain characters. It was well paced, nicely scripted, strong animation for both designing and camera shots, great voicing and singing, and there were rarely any scenes that made you feel like it wasn’t necessary to the storyline. All in all, it was definitely an enjoyable worth-watching special that may even come to the likings of fans within the My Little Pony franchise who have yet to see much of the world of Equestria Girls.

  • arhak-el-azatyants
    arhak el azatyants

    This was a TV special about Sunset Shimmer’s friends suddenly forgetting she was her friend and everyone only remembering when she was a bully. A simple story in theory but this turned out to be stronger, both emotionally and plotwise, than expected.Now don’t get me wrong, this is a show for young girls and not Shakespeare. But like most of the MLP:FiM universe, far more effort is put in writing-wise than most girl shows. This special utilizes the history of the characters and deals with Sunshet Shimmer dealing with past mistakes she made at Canterlot High and in Equestria. It also deals a lot with Sunset as a character and her regrets and sorrow at losing the friendships she has built. It is this backstory and characterization that makes the special more compelling that it has any right to be and ending in a touching conclusion.On the downside, most of the main characters in this series are sidelined as Sunset is left alone for the majority of the special. On the plus, the spotlight is shown on the egotistical showwoman Trixie. She is a hoot and has the best lines.Overall, a nice little special.