Princess And The Pony
Suitable for any age.
Video Release: 1/25/2011
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe
Writer: Rachel Lee Goldenberg, Bill Parker
Producer: David Rimawi, David Latt, Paul Bales
Director: Rachel Lee Goldenberg
Runtime: 87 min.
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Starring: Fiona Perry, Bill Oberst Jr., Ron Hajak, Bobbi Jo Lathan
A young princess is sent to stay with her aunt in America, where she befriends a shy pony held captive by a villainous carnival owner.
Here is a charming movie about one young princess on an adventure. As Evelyn travels to her aunt's American home in a small town, she has to keep her identity a secret until she can come out of hiding to appear to her country for the first time since she was born.
Our young princess finds her only friend in this new world is a mistreated pony named Echo. The two brave their circumstances to find confidence in themselves as they help to capture the group that is trying to kidnap the young Evelyn. Along the way Evelyn learns a lot about the world outside the palace and Echo makes the important jump that saves them both.
This is an entertaining movie for the entire family. We award this film our Dove "Family-Approved" Seal for all ages.
Sex: A couple share a kiss.
Violence: Men try to kidnap princess; man and woman try to shoot a pony; young girl tied up; woman steals sheriff's keys.
Other: Mistreatment of a pony.