Wednesday, 16 March 2016

Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks and Friendship Games 2 Movie DVD Box Set Review and Giveaway

This Easter there's a brand way to entertain your children for almost 3 hours thanks to the latest Equestria Girls release from Hasbro. A double movie box set, it features both Rainbow Rocks and Friendship Games in one money saving bundle and will be available to buy from Monday 21st March.
We've previously reviewed both movies, and my young boys enjoyed them. Equestria Girls is a little more 'grown up' than My Little Pony, with slightly more intricate storylines to interest children of school age.

Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks tells the story of a meteoric rise to temporary fame achieved by the Canterlot High pupils Twilight Sparkle, Rarity, Rainbow Dash, Fluttershy, Applejack, Pinkie Pie and Sunset Shimmer. They enter a Battle Of The Bands competition at school with their new band, The Rainbooms, but soon find they may be about to be cheated out of a fair competition - and on top of that the whole school is put in jeopardy. Will they save it in time?  You can read our full review of Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks here...


In Equestria Girls: Friendship Games the regulars - Twilight Sparkle, Rarity, Rainbow Dash, Fluttershy, Applejack, Pinkie Pie and Sunset Shimmer are taking part in the 4-yearly Friendship Games against Crystal Prep. There's a bit of cheating and stealing involved, and it's up to the Cantrerlot High students to see that justice is done, but first they have to reopen the portal to Equestria and get back their magic. You can read our full review of Equestria Girls: Friendship Games here..

Both of my reviews also have links to where you can find free Equestria Girls Printables for the more crafty or artistic among you...


The Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks and Friendship Games movie box set is available to buy from Monday 21st March, Certificate U and has a runtime of around 160 minutes. Available from DVD retailers in store and online priced around £9.99.

Hasbro have very kindly offered a copy of the The Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks and Friendship Games movie box set for one of my readers. Entry to the giveaway is by Gleam form below. UK entries only please, the giveaway will end at midnight Sunday 3rd April.

Please see the full terms and conditions at the bottom of the Gleam form. For help with Gleam and to see all of my other giveaways, please visit my giveaways page...

Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks and Friendship Games movie box set giveaway


82 comments:

  1. I loved my My Little Ponies Show Stable!

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  2. It was actually My little Ponies .. I was and still am horse crazy .. now I am getting it from my two daughters aswell !

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  3. Margaret Clarkson
    My dolls house

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  4. My favourite was my Barbie doll and horse!

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  5. I had a pull along snoopy dog with wonky wheels that I absolutely loved ...

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  6. My favourite toy was tingling trudy who always carried a phone
    Still got her in the attic xx

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  7. I loved the my Little Pony Majesty's castle, with Spike the dragon.

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  8. my fuzzy felt set @msedollyp

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  9. I had a beaten up old red metal truck that I absolutely loved, especially in the sandpit.

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  10. I had a Sindy doll that I loved .x

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  11. I adored my Knex sets! I could build anything with them and use my imagination!

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  12. My lifelike dolly

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  13. I was quite arty ;) so my fave's were Spyrograph and Etch-a-Sketch. x

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  14. My brother's Millenium falcon!

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  15. I loved my Weebles and their playground

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  16. Lynsey Buchanan19 March 2016 at 10:21

    My Big Yellow Teapot

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  17. Favourite toy as a child was a talking doll. I think she was called Chatty Katie.

    Rachel Craig

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  18. My Wuzzle called Hoppo! My daughter Faith has it now! Xxx

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  19. growing up in late 70s and early 80s i have to say i loved my buckaroo game and i had a china tea set which i looked after so much in fact i still have it and its original box in the loft and i love it

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  20. My cuddly elephant toy - Ellie. (@PeanutHog)

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  21. Claire Elizabeth Noke22 March 2016 at 22:39

    I loved my "Skip-it" - hours of fun and a great way to keep fit! LOL

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  22. My Little Pony, and all things Barbie

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  23. My mum once bought me a monkey that use to hang off the table or chair ect I loved it

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  24. I had a really big Emu puppet like Rod Hull's, I was evil with it!

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  25. My favourite toy was Lego, we had lots of it, just the plain bricks back then though x

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  26. I had a pink and white dog called 'Poochie' I loved her

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  27. my story telling mother goose and i still own her 30 years later

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  28. That would have to be my View Master and Muppet Show slides

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  29. My dolls house and roller boots. loved them

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  30. one of my favourite toys was my sindy dolls.

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  31. I loved Care Bears - I had quite a few!

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  32. I had a push button till and plastic coins and paper notes, hours and hours of fun.

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  33. I love my Sindy doll, my Sindy house and my Sindy doll's horse :)

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  34. My collection of my little ponies

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  35. my big brothers star wars figures :D

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  36. Lego all the way. I used to love playing with it.

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  37. I loved Carebears and My little pony :)

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  38. Sadiyya maryam3 April 2016 at 13:48

    My Sindy sailor do, though I do remember giving her a punk look makeover!

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  39. i loved my Wuzzle teddie. Think i still have it somewhere and i had an Epid Troll collection, some were huge!

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  40. I used to love my Cindys. My cousins had a cupboard full and as they were older I used to play with them when I went. One year just before Christmas we visited and I went to the cupboard and they weren't there. They had been sold apparently. Of course I was too young to realise, but Santa had left them at our house on Christmas Day.

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  41. My Finders Keepers Penguin toy :) I took it everywhere!!

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  42. Steven Beasley3 April 2016 at 21:35

    My favourite toy was a stretch arm strong

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  43. I loved to play Hungry Hippos x

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