I saw Equestria Girls 2 over the weekend. That would be the My Little Pony movie, which is a knock-off of Monster High. In fact, the main reason the movie exists is so Hasbro can sell dolls and take away that particular market share. They don't like Mattel having complete dominance in the "weird half-human preteen doll" field.
1. Katie and I agreed that it is super awkward and disturbing that all the girls are...shall we say, curvy. I know most pre-teen material is oversexualized--1980's Nancy Drew is a good example--but we're talking about horse women here. It's gross.
2. My favorite part was where the girls were saved by an unnamed background character who was never introduced and who never had any lines. I don't care if that character is a fan favorite--if she's going to provide a crucial role, at least give her one word of dialogue.
(I would also like to complain that the fans are weird, for making her a fan favorite. She has not had more than twenty seconds of screentime, in the show's four seasons. Why do fans like her so much?)
3. The movie was better than the first, which is not setting the bar very high. Out of all the characters, Sunset Shimmer was the best. That was more or less an accident. Her backstory is that she is a redeemed villain who is trying to adjust to a new life of not killing people. That, in and of itself, makes her a more developed character than everyone else in the film.